Rubber fetishist, rope bondage practitioner and mostly dominant, I write BDSM and D/s erotica from a comfortable chair somewhere in England. When I'm not writing I'll be found behind the camera.

I've been at this for 20-odd years and I doubt I'll be stopping anytime soon.

Smashwords Interview

What are your favorite books, and why?
My favourite book is Neuromancer by William Gibson as it had a profound effect on me. I was starting to work in IT at the time, and reading it unleashed a rebel that started challenging and questioning everything. So if, by some fluke, Mr Gibson is reading this then thank you, sir!

Chaos and Counterculture by Timothy Leary sparked my love of quirky, left field books. It's a collection of essays that include an interview by Winona Ryder. I've had two copies of this as I wore out the first.

The Complete Bizarre is one of those cheap, well put together books Taschen was renown for. This book (by Eric Kroll and John Willie) always reminds me how it wasn't easy being a fetishists in days gone by. There wasn't an internet you could get all the information and toys you want. You had to rely on underground magazines and publications.
What do you read for pleasure?
Sunday mornings I usually sit down with a collection of long-form features on sexuality and psychology and plough through them. If they're any good I'll share them on my Twitter feed.
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