Initiation to the Game

The latest book is about a tepid bisexual crossdresser who is taken under the wing of an experienced transsexual prostitute and taught the way of the game in a highly erotic night in the woods. The highly erotic scene gives the newcomer more than a taste what life is like for people like her…

The Amazon description is as follows:

Henry was always happier when he was dressed up and living his life as Sophie. For years he’d wondered how he could live as a woman full-time but it was always one step too far.

Then one night he bumped into a transvestite called Megan at a club who had made her kink, her living. Taking Sophie under her wing, she instinctively knew that deep down, a sissy prostitute was eager to break the shackles of a drab male life.

Megan had to be sure that Sophie was ready for such a drastic lifestyle change. So she decided to setup an extreme first night for Sophie to ensure her new partner could handle it. This story is all about her first night working and became her Initiation to the Game…

This 5,200 word story covers crossdressing, sissy and prostitution themes and is intended for adult audiences only.

You can read it for free using Kindle Unlimited or buy it for $2.99 (and currency equivalents thereof) via any of the following Amazon Locales.

If you live in any other country then you can buy it via the USA link.

USA
UK
Germany
France
Spain
Italy
Netherlands
Japan
Brazil
Canada
Mexico
Australia
India

I’m always delighted to hear from my readers, whether the feedback is positive or even negative. Tell me what you liked and what you didn’t. Tell me what you want to read more about. Tell me what you’d like to read less about.

You can contact me at and I’ll endeavour to get back to you as soon as possible. If you like the book then please do leave me a positive review on Kindle so that other readers can find the story.

Writing Sissy FemDom Erotica

I’ve been writing sissy and FemDom erotica for about six months or so now, maybe a little bit longer and I thought I’d compile some of the thoughts I’ve had over the course of the experience so far.

First of all, if you want to write a story then have a clear idea of the major aspects of the story. You don’t need to have a road map of what each chapter will encompass but you do need to know roughly what the big scenes will be and how the characters will be developed. Sometimes I’ve written stories and as I’ve typed, it has taken on a life of its own but it has always stuck to a similar path to what I had outlined in my mind. I have a couple of scripts well over 5,000 words sitting in my Stories folder that I have no idea what I’m doing with as I just wrote without a clear middle or ending. That is troublesome.

Secondly, write something that will make you excited to read it. No point writing about things that don’t excite you as it is a struggle to convey the emotions this way. Writing erotica is all about getting off and giving people a fantasy that they can put themselves into. If you write on a subject that doesn’t interest you then how can you get across all the parts that makes those who are interested in that particular aspect of the BDSM scene erect or wet? I generally stick to sissy and female domination stories as that is what I fantasise about when I go to bed. This helps me impart emotion into my words. I still sometimes go back to the books I’ve written and get hard reading them, that is the sign I’m doing something right.

Thirdly, don’t do it if you believe it’ll make you a fortune straight away. I’m just over half a year into this project that I do part-time alongside other writing gigs. It has come to the point where in all likelihood I’ll have to go back to working full-time and this is going to be more of a lifestyle hobby instead of a plan to generate a good income. If you are a superb erotica writer, you’ll get fans and they’ll come back for more but that doesn’t happen overnight. This is no get rich quick scheme. Do it for the love and if you make some money then that in a bonus.

Fourthly, keep a track of which of your books are selling well and which don’t work. If you find a particular genre is not doing well then instead of persevering, concentrate on the books that are doing better. I have a whiteboard in front of my desk where I keep a record of whenever I sell a book. Clearly I can see that two distinct genres of my work are doing better than the others, therefore I’ll work on creating more stories of a similar ilk. It doesn’t mean I won’t experiment and grow as a writer but I don’t want to pour hours of work into a book that’ll only sell a handful of copies.

Fifthly, know your marketing strategy. This includes mailing lists, social media, websites, whatever. I only recently sorted out a mailing list and it is something I wish I’d done months ago. I’m not a natural when it comes to developing friendships either in real life or online but if you can get along with people in your scene of choice, then you’ll find it easier to get support, retweets, and importantly, reviews.

Sixthly (which isn’t a word), get reviews. Reviews, positive reviews are key. Not only because it will help a reader get a feel for what your book is about but also it pushes the book up the Amazon search results, making your book more visible. The more eyeballs that see your book, the better chance you have of a sale. My most sold book happens to be the one with one of the best reviews I’ve had. I don’t think that is a coincidence…

Seventhly (like above, is not a word but still), ensure that your front cover and description are enticing. I am no graphic designer but as the months have gone on, I think I’ve found a better style of front cover. Using the Amazon Front Cover Generator is far from ideal. I use Canva and have found it very helpful.

Eighthly (you know the drill) just have some fun with it. It could be a good part-time profession but don’t bank on it. If you write a few books and sell enough to buy you a few takeaways or a weekend break or a new laptop or whatever then you are doing ok. Those that write purely for the money will struggle to get fulfillment unless they make big bucks. Only a few get to that stage so when starting out, just write something that excites you. That is a good starting point.

First Time Sissy Maid – A Descent into Total Submission

The latest book is about a young man whose upbringing was full of strong women, which leads him to have a tendency to want to submit to the female gender. This leads to crossdressing fantasies and suddenly a local dominatrix pounces on his weakness to mould him into the sissy that she desires.

The Amazon description is as follows:

Growing up with strong and dominant female role models, Winston knew no different but to defer to women. When one day he finds out that his new next door neighbour works as a professional dominatrix, his mind is consumed by the thought of submitting to her and wearing women’s clothing.

She quickly spots his weakness and encourages him to explore his crossdressing dreams. Little did Winston know that she had plans for him to join her stable of sissy girls working the area to fund her lavish lifestyle.

Before he knew what was going he, Winston finds himself submitting not only to his new Mistress but also to a man, who was paying her for his time…and services.

This 10,000 word story concentrates on sissy submission and crossdressing themes and is intended for adult audiences only.

You can read it for free using Kindle Unlimited or buy it for $2.99 (and currency equivalents thereof) via any of the following Amazon Locales.

If you live in any other country then you can buy it via the USA link.

USA
UK
Germany
France
Spain
Italy
Netherlands
Japan
Brazil
Canada
Mexico
Australia
India

I’m always delighted to hear from my readers, whether the feedback is positive or even negative. Tell me what you liked and what you didn’t. Tell me what you want to read more about. Tell me what you’d like to read less about.

You can contact me at and I’ll endeavour to get back to you as soon as possible. If you like the book then please do leave me a positive review on Kindle so that other readers can find the story.