Thursday, January 7

eBook by Fellow Blogger!

Hey guys, I want to recommend to you a new ebook from one of our fellow bloggers, Lion over at Male Chastity Journal. His book is called Fan Mail and it's really, really good!

Click to preview and/or buy

Lion is writing under the nom-de-plume Kelly Lyon. He helped me to proofread and correct the grammar on my latest book, and I helped him out with some notes as he was developing this book.

The book is a combination of romance, mystery, and female domination. The femdom stuff is very domestic and not at all over-the-top, but will really hit the right note for my audience, guaranteed. It's more intended to try to corrupt a vanilla woman, but it's got enough femdom to titillate us as well while being a real page turner because of the advancing plot.

Here is the blurb off amazon:

Steve Bash writes a fan letter to his favorite actress Les Peters. He catches her just when her agent calls and tells her that the network canceled her hit sitcom under suspicious circumstances. Les responds to his fan letter by email, attracted to the photo Steve included, especially his rugged, soulful eyes and by his dog, Pete, of course.The two begin flirting over email, and on an adventurous whim, Les invites Steve to vacation with her in Maui, all expenses paid. After a flirtatious comment from Les, Steve discretely alludes to needing to take care of certain "urges" Les has induced. On another whim, Les "commands" Steve to refrain from pleasuring himself until they meet in Maui. Les puts no such restriction on herself, using her powerful shower head to great advantage while thinking about Steve and the cold shower he will undoubtedly be taking. In Maui, Les takes the lead for the first time in her life, and Steve is only too eager to comply, especially given his history of having trouble initiating. Les even gives Steve a playful spanking for being naughty, which they both wind up enjoying.

Once back home, they deepen their relationship and continue to explore their sexuality, especially how a woman can take charge and a man can submit to her in the bedroom while still being a complete man outside of it.The couple decides to find out exactly why her sitcom was canceled. Together they uncover a web of dirty dealings and set out to put things right. Excitement, intrigue, romance, and mild female dominant sexuality make this book a real page-turner that appeals to both women and men while inducing some serious blushes in both!

Lion intends this to be the first of a series in the "Leslie Peters Universe". Romance with sexual tension and a light femdom feel emerge early on. Then there is the mystery of why Les's show got cancelled that keeps you interested all the way through the book with various intrigues and plot twists. Throughout, Les and Steve mutually discover the joys of femdom. Poor Steve has to go for a full body wax while Les watches, has his orgasms controlled by Les, and is given several spankings of increasing intensity. Les even meets Karen, Steve's ex, and realizing that Steve has a bit of a humiliation fetish, invites her to watch Steve spanked and then milked. When Les is away, Karen is engaged to "babysit" her boy, as he is not allowed to masturbate but Les still wants him milked regularly, and spanked as needed. The book ends in a fun twist that sets us up for the sequel I am told is already under development.

I've read through it several times now, and each time is more exciting than the last. I can't put it down. Lion has some real writing talent honed over years of daily blogging.

As Lion explains, due to the pandemic his income has taken a hit, and he is trying to supplement with some writing income. Please support a fellow femdom spanking blogger, and a fellow human economically hurt by this darned pandemic, and go buy his book! (It's only $2.99 US, but is a real paperback-sized work).

Also, after you've read it and assuming you love it as much as I did, please leave a nice 5-star review on amazon with a comment. I imagine that helps to boost a book a lot in the rankings. That you can do anonymously even if you use your real Kindle account (at the time of submitting the review you can choose to post anonymously - nobody will know it is you).

In your Kindle library the book does not appear at all femdom, so it's even safe for you scacredy-cats to put it on the Kindle account you share with your wife. If she asks what's this, you can say it's a mystery-romance that was recommended to you on the web. And if she reads it and is shocked, you can say "I had no idea, honey! But it was 'kinda interesting, didn't you think?" You may be buying more than you bargained for. :-)

Congrats to Lion for a great first book!

BUY LION'S BOOK HERE

15 comments:

  1. Do you have other ebook recommendations besides this? Also interested in a good read.

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    1. I like everything by "Rebecca Lawson" - she writes domestic discipline, strict wife stories. Gives me inspiration!

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  2. Thank you for bringing Lion's new book to our attention. If it's as good as the books and short stories you write, I'll be very pleased indeed. Your "CE2047" and "Marriage Counselor" are among the very best I've ever read.

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    1. Mine were a bit more "over the top". Lion's is just a little over the top, but there's a certain delight in that, just reading a good mystery and then having a little naturally emerging domestic girl on top thrown in is a delight.

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  3. Why don't you write about spanking and Melania. She grew up in Eastern
    Europe and I know for fact that they really punish girls bad there.
    Shes been paddled by Donald I know. What about Ivanka and Jared.
    She likes to whip his pale ass I know.

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    1. Alright fine, I let that one through because it's funny (and a bit hawt!).
      But no more for now, peoples!

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  4. Feeling a bit ashamed? Good. You may be a talented writer and
    have an affinity for numbers and graphs, but you sure don't have any
    knowledge of history and fascist regimes. Admit you were just trying to
    egg people on and drive up your blog numbers.
    Stick with what you know.

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    1. No, not in the least! I just saw that tempers were flaring and the rhetoric from commenters on both sides was escalating to unhealthy levels so I put you all into timeout. I'll be back with a blog post about my take on recent events soon.

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  5. Don't feel ashamed at all. You understand the fascist Left very well indeed. It's the Left that is suppressing free speech, that is banning people from Twitter, Facebook, etc. That is trying to suppress religion through lockdowns. You let the speech through. Facebook and Twitter ban it as "hate speech."

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    1. Absolutely! Free speech is the bedrock of civilized society.

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    2. HEAR, HEAR !!

      -Craig

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  6. It is true that Baltic girls (and boys) are not 'spared the rod' when
    growing up. My wife is from Croatia and tells of the harsh discipline
    inflicted at school and home. She married her first husband at 19 and
    had been spanked up until her wedding. Her husband continued the tradition. They emigrated (escaped) to the U.S. and eventually got divorced (not because of the spankings). I met her a couple of years later and we began dating and eventually moved in together. One night we began arguing about some stupid thing and she threw a cup of hot tea at me. She felt horrible and guilty and begged me to 'beat' her.
    She led me into the bedroom, handed me one of her sandals and pulled down her jeans and lay over the edge of the bed. I have to admit that I didn't hold back and only stopped when her cheeks became mottled. The passionate make-up sex was unforgettable. Since that night, she has had her backside warmed on a regular basis. She has also become quite adept at correcting my transgressions. (Sound like another couple you may know??). Eastern European women are the best!

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    1. Yes! I know an Albanian girl who said her Mom would whip their bare bottoms with stinging nettles when they were growing up. Yikes! But she didn't speak of it as abuse, she said, admiringly, how bad it was and how the kids really learned not to misbehave as a result. She's a very self-disciplined, positive, upbeat, go-getter young lady today.

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  7. I hope for all the possible success to Lion and His new book but the pandemic hasn't hurt his income, or anybody else's, the government has. The pandemic hasn't closed a single business, the government has and the sooner we realize that fact, the sooner we will get back to normal.

    AF

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    1. I agree with you in part, but many others don't and we need to respect that.

      My argument would be, yes, it is a nasty infectious respiratory disease that is remarkably deadly for the 70+ crowd, dangerous for others with co-morbidities, and highly infectious for everybody else, but not so deadly for them to warrant any extreme measures. (yes - people die in the low risk group, but at no greater frequency than other diseases). Still, a trick to figure out how to protect the most vulnerable groups while keeping the economy open.

      No easy answers, but I don't appreciate the government reaction of over-simplifying it. While I do think some impositions on our civil liberties can be called upon in such circumstances, they better be scientifically justifiable. Instead we are seeing many knee-jerk restrictions on civil liberties that seem more akin to political virtue signalling than to true damage control (both virus and lockdown-related damage, taken holistically).

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