I started out as a slave in the Gorean lifestyle and eventually grew to be the best I can be. I have done the leather lifestyle, Gorean, D/s, M/s and everything in between.
I do not do vanilla, but I do expand my horizons by trying new things and if it is something I like, then I add it to my list of things I want to do.
I started my first novel, which is now finished two years later and have now published a children's book.
I have poems that are on poetry.com and they were published in their books, including the audiobooks.
Ask me anything and if I feel it is too personal, I'll let you know.
I am currently working on novel number 2 and possibly a third. I am also going to put all my poems into one book and hope that I can publish them as well.
When did you first start writing?
I started writing when I was younger and decided that I was going to try and publish my first book, which I started writing while pregnant with my daughter nineteen years ago. I wrote "Charlie the Chimp's Day Out" while pregnant with her and finally after much debating, humming and hawing, I decided to polish it up a bit and then published it here on smashwords.
What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
The greatest joy of writing for me is that I get to share my vivid imagination with the rest of the world, or at least those who purchase the books and let them take a peek into what my life was like and how it is shaping up to be the best I can make it.
This book was written as a means to keep the new slaves and submissives entering the BDSM, Gorean or Leather lifestyle safe and remind them that it is not just women that need to take these precautions. This book does not just pertain to how to keep slaves and submissives safe, but also helps those who identify as Dominant safe as well.
Published: January 11, 2012.
Poetry » Canadian Poetry
These are just a few of the poems I have written over the years. Some are sad and others will hopefully bring a smile to the reader's face.
There are a few here that were written from a child's view of life and how hard it is to lose a loved one.