Joelle Casteel


I live BDSM, I write BDSM, so announces Joelle Casteel while clinging to the stainless steel, locking collar around her neck. Okay, so not just BDSM, even if that's her main interest. A myriad of descriptive labels to explain his sexual, romantic, and relational ways of being- these and more fit into his writing. Yes, I've used both she and he to describe myself; I'm a non-binary, transmasculine person and only my Master is welcome to call me she. Beyond kink and non-monogamy, words about gender and sexual interest that rest outside the binary of "male/female" are among the things you can expect to read. A rebel with a cause, a distrust of authority outside negotiated BDSM is something you can also expect. While being "other" in many ways himself, he also prizes the inclusion of the "other" in his writing, leaning on the lived experiences of friends and strangers who have experiences not his.

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A Little's New Holidays
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 40,590. Language: English. Published: August 9, 2019. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Erotic, Fiction » Erotica » BDSM
I'm sometimes 4, 12, or an adult. Those are in my head and behavior- I'm physically an adult. Bad memories make most holidays hard so my Daddy let me create 12 new ones. You know you wanna join me for a year of a Little's New Holidays.
Joelle's Chaotic Collection of Screwing
Price: Free! Words: 27,110. Language: English. Published: September 5, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Erotica » BDSM, Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » General
(5.00 from 4 reviews)
Do you like your erotica in as many flavors as I do? 14 separate pieces of erotica, both from "Vala's Story" and not, coming from a variety of points of views, pairings of gender. Some full of love and some just rutting sex. Some are related to my "Vala's Story" series while others are just a collection of characters from my mind. This novel is meant for open-minded adults.

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Smashwords book reviews by Joelle Casteel

  • Paying the Rent on Dec. 22, 2012

    Oh what a fun, little read! I want to see more of Kristine though.
  • Fair Trade on Jan. 20, 2013

    I was delighted recently to see Dylan describe one of his books (I'm not sure it was this or another one) as "not for everyone," or whatever words to that effect that he used. I love how Dylan has a definite understanding of his audience and what they want. Dylan did a masterful job of building his setting and the tone of this story. I particularly enjoyed how Steve repeatedly used Joanna’s "stock phrases" to humiliate her further. The touch of sex and humiliation at the beginning was a brilliant foreshadowing as we got to see Joanna and Steve at the trade show. I loved how he brought things to an end- the most unexpected denouement.