The Slave Factory

Adult Erotica
Rated 5.00/5 based on 9 reviews
This book is for you if you have ever wondered about BDSM practices and sexual servitude.

"I think I know what you are referring to," said James, after Tonya had asked him if he had ever heard of The Slave Factory. "If you mentioned Per il piacere del Maestro to a hundred thousand different people around the world, you would More
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About I. M. Telling

It occurred to him that perhaps, he might be a better writer of erotic fiction if he targeted his craft towards one person at a time, making love to one reader at a time. [ From I. M. Telling's story Simone and the Writer ]

A little perversion of the mind makes it interesting. It also means we typically lead double lives - one for those who think we're normal, and then there is our real world.
I. M. Telling writes Erotic Fiction

I.M. Telling lives in the southern United States and has been a non-fiction writer for some time. He has always wanted to write erotica and is finally making that dream a reality. His writing includes everything from highly explicit erotica featuring interracial relationships, swinging, and cuckold tales to very sensual stories of bondage and examining the dynamics of open marriage. His work has also started to extend into other genres including adventure, humor, and stories with extreme violence.

Telling states that he prefers to evolve the characters within his tales, making their journey from where they start to where they reach by the last page as the reason for the story.

"I am convinced that the mind is the most powerful sex organ in the body. I hope my stories generate stirrings within the reader, by being somewhat specific with the x-rated portions. Yet I mostly want my readers to make a journey of their own as they follow the changes happening inside the minds of my characters, who I consider to be my friends. I never judge nor fault my characters, as it is their journey and not mine." I. M Telling

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Reviews of The Slave Factory by I. M. Telling

terri appell reviewed on May 4, 2014

I just finished this book. Great read. The interplay of characters was well written and helped define the storyline. I was drawn into the story in such a way I did not want to put the book down. I will recommend this book to everyone.
(reviewed 8 days after purchase)
Nicholas King reviewed on July 21, 2013

For those without a passing understanding of the BDSM world, the idea of slavery, especially sexual slavery, is repellant. It is a fascinating relationship dynamic, built on trust, communication, but most of all consent. Taking a page from Indecent Proposal, this novel asks the questions: Would you consent to be a slave for millions of dollars? Do you have a price? I.M. Tellings The Slave Factory ponders these questions and delves into the motivations of those who choose to serve, those who train, and those who seek to be Masters.
The sordid, blood-soaked history of slavery, of forced subjugation, is well-documented. What is discussed in this book is a far-cry from the abomination of forced slavery. To willingly give of one’s body is an act of submission, an agreement between consenting adults that serves as one of the closest relationships found in the BDSM community. Telling introduces his audience to Per il piacere del Maestro, an international organization that connects wealthy people with those who have a willingness to serve for a price. The name of the group roughly translates to “For the Master’s pleasure”.

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(reviewed 27 days after purchase)
Kristen Collins reviewed on June 30, 2013

Book Review
The Slave Factory by I.M. Telling

I purchased The Slave Factory a week ago, and believe it or not I never even bothered to read the book description. I got the book when a little Twitter tweeted me… to let me know that the new book was out. Of course that meant for me to go check it out. Mind you, it had been a while since I’d read one of Telling’s books…but let me tell you, was I ever glad I did! Six pages into the book I had to stop, go back, and re-read it from the beginning-thinking that I had missed something. Then I blinked and before you knew it, I was on chapter six. My initial intent was not to read, but take a peak, start my Sunday dinner and get ready for the NBA playoffs. But that didn't happen. I kept right on reading. It was a struggle for me to put it down.
The story centers on a mild mannered and very inquisitive Tonya Wilson who suddenly decides marriage just isn't her cup of tea and that she’d rather indulge in pacifying an insatiable appetite than be tied down from 9 to 5. Then there’s Jim & Sheila, a couple which lives on the edge, the two of them together they’re almost impossible to satiate. Next, there’s Jerome his appetite is voracious and he’s just downright greedy. Annie has a ravenous desire but she has it all under control...And Bruce, well he’s just an average guy with a fetish for fun, who’s also proud to be gay. Put all six of these little pretties together and all that’s missing is a little BDSM. All they need now is a little Social Recognition. I love a book that has numbered pages. And this is an ideal book to get introduced to the world of BDSM. And like a reviewer before me put it… “Once you get started it’s a real page turner”, you’ll be close to the middle and trotting like Secretariat or Seattle Slew to reach the finish line, or rather, then end of the book.

My Rating Scale
1 star - for interest peak…now you've got me…but can you keep me
2 stars - author tells a story that flows…it’s either good or not so good
3 stars – author makes you ask questions, questions and more questions…but doesn't stop
4 stars – story has the element of surprise or suspense…
5 stars – now what… a conclusions is reached or anticipation follows

Telling writes the characters in a way that makes you wonder… (is he for real…or, are the characters really made up); This could very well be the boy or girl next door , with a side order of enhanced sexual elements, written in extraordinary ways. I really enjoyed reading about them and the book. Without giving anything away, there are a few twists here and there but you’ll find those inside the book. And that tattoo, let’s just say it’s on the cover for a reason. I was surprised quite a few times during my read, but that just made the intensity of reading that much fun. And the ending, I can honestly say I love a good whammy, I definitely didn't see that coming. Come to think of it, I didn't see that times 3…yeah, it was just that good!

When it comes to storytelling, this is not a first for Telling. He’s definitely been around the block a few times. But I must admit he certainly knocked this one out of the park. Yeah, so he left me hanging…he’ll do the same to you. He has a tendency to make you laugh as he provides amusement to this entertaining piece, which just goes to show… by the way the story ended, he knew by then that he needed a Part II. I can’t wait to hear/read if he can actually top this.
I hope we as readers get to travel more in part two. Either way, I've got my Amazon money ready, and I’ll only be 1-Click away!
If you like The Slave Factory, and I’m pretty sure that you will, you’ll also like reading some of his earlier work; Or, for a variety and/or similar reads try reading works by: Leah Michaels, S. Renea Bates, Curtis Alcutt, Rayna Stone, Michelle Bellon, JC Emery, Morgan Ashbury, Kristin Nelson, Malia Mallory, Kendra Egert, Alexia Haynes, or Robert India.

You can read more about I. M. Telling by visiting him on Twitter… his author pages on Facebook, Smashwords, ALL Romance and Goodreads. His books can be purchased online at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, ALL Romance, ITunes, Kobo Sony and eBay.
Or you can contact him at >> Here on the Smashwords site and @
(reviewed the day of purchase)
M. L. Sexton reviewed on June 27, 2013

I could go on all day about how much I loved this book, but to make it short, this was an amazing read. It wasn't like the hardcore porn writing that most erotica authors write. Each character is developed well. It's mostly about self development and self assurance. Each character grows throughout the story and realize that they are much more capable of things than they thought. Some of them did things that they never thought they would do. I mean if this story was real (which I myself believe it is, even if it's not lol), then I would be very interested in doing it, maybe. The way it ended was a shocker to me but I loved the ending all the same. Had I not had to work all day everyday, I would've finished it in one setting. I really hope to see what happens to the characters during their contracts and what happens with Fitz and Tonya. I. M. Telling is an amazing writer and storyteller. This book is a definite must read.
(reviewed 13 days after purchase)
Siwi Love reviewed on June 13, 2013

I could have finished this in one night if I'd had the time. It was a very hot, detailed story, with a glimpse inside of a whole new world for me. I Really liked the fact that you could "see inside the heads" of each character. I liked knowing how they each feel, their hopes, their dreams. I got to know each character intimately. I loved some, didn't really care for others, but each one was special in their own way. As in some other things I've read of Mr. Telling's there is a little twist at the end. I LOVED IT!!!! I would LOVE to see a sequel to this. I'd love to know where the characters end up.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Aoife Brennan reviewed on June 5, 2013

First of I have to say I read this novel almost in a single sitting. Almost only because I had things to do, like go to work, which interrupted my reading. From the very get go I was pulled in.

Secondly, I loved the concept. Willing slaves tutored in all aspects of BDSM and more to serve their new masters or mistresses. Kinky and special. I also was jealous of their new skill sets. Could I enrol part time for the tuition?
Thirdly, the characters were well drawn and realistic. I wanted to meet Jerome frankly. Actually, may I?

I give this novel a five star rating. And look forward to the sequel.
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)
Josephine McCormack reviewed on June 1, 2013

Wow, did I learn a lot from this one and found it a very interesting story with the abundance of knowledge of the BDSM lifestyle. The author wrote a story with interesting characters and in the telling, explained what is involved with commitment and the love exchanged by the characters. I also enjoyed the humor of the story that made the characters seem like real people, not just characters on the page of my kindle. I really enjoyed this one and hope you will too.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Amanda McCord-Ford reviewed on May 25, 2013

This is the first book I have read by this author and I am now very interested in reading more! If you are looking for a book that talks more about the actual BDSM lifestyle and not just a porno on paper with BDSM flavor, this is a good one for you. It's great to read about the characters finding and learning to overcome their limitations. I laughed a lot and cheered along with them. I love a book that I can really get into, like this one.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Jane Flowers reviewed on May 25, 2013

The Slave Factory is the best BDSM novel I have read. I.M. Telling takes Tonya and five other students through a life changing experience as they are selected and attend The Academy for Per il piacere del Maestro (for the Masters pleasure). After completing the six-month course the Slave students are auctioned to the highest bidder for a year of service. The five students bond and learn limits far beyond any they could have imagined in a safe, controlled environment as they learn to love to submit to the Masters and Mistresses charged with the training for the Company. This is BDSM at its best!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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