February’s first release, “Silver Linings”, covered some really fun ground, and it let me play with some exciting themes. It’s not often that I get to incorporate a race/culture change, so it was a nice change of pace. The story itself follows a middle-aged man (Liam) who, after a messy divorce and an unsuccessful custody battle, decides to pose as his best friend’s daughter so he can be a part of his family’s life. Eventually, the role takes over his life, and he’s completely feminized. It features Maya Bijou.
Last month’s second release was called “Tempest”, and it was a bit more conventional in its themes (if forced feminization can ever be considered conventional). Featuring Dani Jensen, it follows a young man who, after his father passes away unexpectedly, falls into addiction. When he’s arrested and sentenced to house arrest, his stepsisters decide to slowly feminize him via hypnosis, eventually convincing him that it was all his idea in the first place.
And finally, a few days ago, I released my latest book, “A Journey to the West”. This one’s been a long time coming, because I’ve always liked the idea of a western, and I wanted to try my hand at creating my own. That said, it follows Jesse Sommers, a young outlaw who’s forced to go on the run from a posse of dangerous bounty hunters. In order to evade capture, he enlists the help of his father’s former friend and employer, an old teamster named Daniel Kendrick. Without any other option, Jesse’s convinced to pose as the old man’s recently deceased daughter while they embark on a journey to San Francisco. Soon after the trip begins, Jesse starts to notice a few troubling changes in his body, and eventually, he succumbs to complete femininity. It’s available via Smashwords or Amazon.
So – like I said, tons of fun, new content. And I expect March to be more of the same.
Up first (to be released on 3/10/20) is an as-yet-untitled story featuring the incomparable Jessa Rhodes. It follows a down-on-his-luck artist who, despite his best efforts, can’t make any headway in his career. So, his Insta-famous girlfriend makes a suggestion: a performance art piece that would transform them into twins. Desperate for relevance, he agrees, and he’s slowly transformed into his girlfriend’s double.
Next up (to be released on 3/20/20 is another as-yet-untitled story (star is also yet to be determined) which follows a young man who, after falling on hard times, finds himself being forced into feminization and prostitution.
And finally, March’s book release (3/30/20) is another age progression story (but with a bit of a twist) because it follows a college student who, after an ill-advised wish, finds himself slowly switching places with his mother.
I’m really looking forward to this month (don’t I always; I love what I do!) and I hope everything’ll turn out exactly as exciting as I think it’ll be. If you’d like to read any of these stories (or over a hundred others with similar themes), you can do so by becoming a member of my site. To find out more, just click the following link: