What do you want to read?
That’s an important question for an author. Our genre is both unique and broad. ‘Spanking stories’ come in many different forms. They range from age-play to heavy BDSM, from regency to sci-fi. I’ve read wonderful books from all these different types. A good author’s talent and skill with the written word always comes through.
I feel that our genre is growing darker as time goes on. More to dungeons and cages and very heavy stuff. There is nothing wrong with that, I know for sure there is an audience for these writers. But it’s not what I write and I what to know that there is still an audience for my writing – and most importantly, where and how to reach them.
I write what I think of as ‘realistic’ spanking stories. Things that could be happening with the couple next door to you – or to you! I want a love story behind the spankings – not just passionate sex (although that’s certainly fun) but I want to show love, caring, concern, gentleness, respect… that’s what I want in a story and that’s what I write.
You won’t find the graphic sex scenes in my books. My book are usually classified as ‘sweet romances.’ A description I dislike because it sounds like I’m writing for twelve-year-olds. All my characters have very active and passionate love lives – but I don’t feel you have to have an anatomy lesson and a lick by lick description each time. Some authors write this so well you’re panting as you finish reading it and calling your honey to come home early. But I can’t write it for you. I’m just going to assume you know how sex works, and I’ll go more for the emotions behind the scene.
Here are a couple of reviews from the first book in the Cassie’s Space series and the first in the Cal’s Law series. If this is your type book I hope you’ll leave a comment here or email me. It does help to know I have an audience.
What I like about this book is that it is about old fashioned values mixed in with a feisty fun loving lady who does her utmost to outwit her loving, but very conservative, husband, who by the way, is well aware when his wife tries to talk her way out of a situation. Unfortunately Cassie's description and version of events is vastly different to Tom's interpretation and this leads to some 'over the knee' discussions!
A lovely story and some very funny tales of these two people who love each other dearly.
By Joanie M
I enjoyed this book very much. The characters are deep and the author did a great job of sharing their thoughts. The plot is focused on Jenny trying to get her life on track, but not necessarily making good decisions. I love how the author made her decisions seem reasonable at the time even when results were disastrous. Cal is a great character who takes on the role of mentor for Jenny. He's very set in his values with no grey area when it comes to right and wrong. The contrast with Jenny's way of thinking makes the story interesting. Kyle's character adds depth to the plot giving Jenny a little devil on her shoulder opposite Cal's angel, but Kyle wasn't the bad guy I expected him to be. I'm looking forward to the next book.