Monthly Archives: June 2014

Stopped with a Kiss

Said Supergirl to Mistress X ‘I’m getting sick of this – The media are so unfair, They really take the piss!’ Her lover sighed in sympathy And stopped her with a kiss. ‘My sweet and super Supergirl This treatment is … Continue reading

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Diagnosis Monosexual

This blog just reached 10,000 views, which means, I guess, that I’m officially famous. Grazie mille to all my followers and visitors – and apologies to all those who come here looking for pictures of pornstars. Have you ever been … Continue reading

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Now for something completely different.

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
Thanks to Jack Eason, here’s  something COMPLETELY different. A very talented (and unusual) quartet called Salut Salon, from Germany. Enjoy. đŸ˜€

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Summoning the Succubus

I have a great respect for Lilith. Whether she is a vampire, a succubus, the first wife of Adam, or the goddess who seduces us away from the path of enlightenment, she is a figure of astonishing power and independence. … Continue reading

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Cavalier approach to life

Another collection of haiku twittering from @AlinaMeridon… First, following on from yesterday’s guest post (Write the book you want to read), a little collection inspired by Georgiana Derwent’s The Cavaliers trilogy: sweet, bright Yorkshire girl lost in dreams and ancient … Continue reading

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Write the book you want to read

If I’ve been cruel to Georgiana Derwent over the past two years, it’s because The Cavaliers had the potential to be something truly remarkable. Despite my bitching, and often a severe lack of time to read, I have enjoyed this … Continue reading

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What a dream I had!

Her smile was reminiscent of the sun A glimpse of home, of happiness ‘What a dream I had!’ she cried, and laughed ‘What happened there you’d never guess!’ Glowering darkly, Amy sighed, ‘You met a man who burned your lips … Continue reading

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