With the stroke of midnight on New Year’s Eve, my thoughts immediately turned to writing projects for 2012. Yep, no resolutions for me. Just goals.
First up is a blast from the past. I’m back to working on the Purgatory series and in particular Burned.
Each Purgatory book focuses on a different fetish. First there was bondage with Roped, then exhibitionism in Displayed, then flogging with Whipped. The fourth and what I thought would be the final book is about fire play. This book went out of print over a year ago but I hope to get it back out very very soon. I’m digging in and fleshing it out just a bit more before its reissue.
Of course, just when you think you’re done with something a new idea hits you upside the head. Or at least it does me. In fact, this idea happened on a recent New Year’s Eve at a fetish/goth event I attended. Talk about a way to ring in the New Year. How about a long, drawn out flogging to focus your thoughts and wash the remnants of the previous year away? Or the repeated brush of heat across your bare skin as your painted with hot wax to wipe out the old?
Definitely takes “in with the new and out with the old” to a whole new level…
At this point, I guess I have to admit I’m quite the voyeur when I go to these clubs. There is always a lot to do and see and I’m easily fascinated by it all. Even the corset piercings that creep me out. (me no likey the needles)
So after Burned, I will be exploring at least a few more fetishes with my first look at sharing.
I already love to write ménage relationships and have done so many times in different combinations and genres. But that’s not exactly what I mean. I want to delve into the why and how a Dom shares his submissive on a temporary basis. I’m so interested in this story it’s hard not to drop everything and work on it. But those pesky deadlines demand otherwise at least for January.
As for fetishes, I’d love to hear some of your favorites. Do you have a favorite to read? Or wish an author would write about your favorite? Leave me a comment and let me know, I’d love to hear from you.
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