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Adult Taboo Erotica
Laura is enjoying the start of her freshman year of college. This is supposed to be 'real life' but things don't feel all that different yet, except for one major difference. Now? She has privacy. Now? She can spend hours doing whatever she wants with no one expecting her to be anywhere or having a chance to interrupt. This means, of course, that she does what anyone does with new privacy... More
Available ebook formats: epub
  • Category: Fiction » Erotica » Lesbian Erotica
  • Category: Fiction » Erotica » BDSM
  • Erotica themes: Rape for titillation, Dubious consent (dubcon), Non-consensual sexual slavery
  • Words: 8,250
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781005548445
About M. Kistulot

Ink on the page, and ink in the blood, I've been writing since I can remember and nothing has ever fascinated me more than playing with the concepts of control, obedience, and the self. Since 2005 I've been using fiction to explore these concepts. This generally involves a copious amount of women being very intimate with other women, but how better to make any journey more fun along the way than with company?

I don't like to write the same story twice, but exploring the same concept from different angles is a must. You can expect my writing to be focused on characters, their feelings, their thoughts (or their lackthereof) and to have these things be challenged, or played with, or explored through intimacy, dominance, submission, hypnosis, and other methods of mind control. As a practicing hypnotist myself I know that it has very real limits, but sometimes in fiction it can be fun to suspend one's disbelief just a little, and my stories tend to reflect that. Fiction should feel real, but also be a bit larger than life. Enticing. Tempting. Just out of reach.

I like to play in different genres, with different styles, but it all comes back to some very simple concepts: women controlling other women, women losing control with other women, and women being very close with each other. If any of this sounds appealing, then I think we're going to get along just fine.

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