Saturday, 26 March 2011

On Punishment and Domination, Cruelty and Heat, Fear and Pain

Some have observed that my earlier books are rather different from the ones I write now. This is unquestionably true. I've been writing for a lot of years, and my attitudes, not to mention my skill as a writer, have changed during that time. My books now tend to be less crude, for I've observed that there is nothing intrinsically arousing in the use of obscene words. That might sound odd given some would suggest my books themselves are obscene. But I no longer use obscene terms in descriptions, and have tried to edit out the worst of these in my older books. Obscene words are present in dialogue, of course, for to not have it there, given the nature of these books would be silly.

Also, my books tend to be much more strongly into domination and submission now, as opposed to brute physical punishment. They contain both, clearly, but my experiences with women have shaped my view of life and BDSM. To me, it is far more exciting to seduce a woman away from her inhibitions, than to force her to do something. It's far more exciting to see a woman who becomes helplessly aroused by her own humiliation, than to read of one who is merely shamed. And punishment which causes arousal and pleasure in both parties seems to me to be a more arousing read - though more difficult to credibly write.

In the books I write today, women are forced by their own excitement, their own arousal, their own heat, not by fear. And yes, their minds can be twisted by coy or cruel men and women, but invariably with the aid of their own hidden desires and the pleasure given to them.

While all my books are copyrighted on the likes of Amazon and elsewhere within the last few years. That's because they've been to some extent, modified and edited from their original, more crude forms. But you have to realize some of these books were written twenty years ago. If you want to see whether a book is part of my earlier works or later works you can find out at, where my books are numbered from 1 to over 200. This is not entirely accurate, but pretty close to reality.


  1. Interesting observations on how your writing has changed over the years. After reading several of your books I've got a question I'm hoping you might address in a future post. Why do you think having white girls having sex with black men is such a taboo? Gay sex and incest I get but this isn't the 1950s when black men got lynched for whistling at white women. Yet in the books I've read the girl is always horrified when a black man has sex with her. As a white girl I personally wouldn't be horrified by what was being done to me simply based on race. That's just me though. Anyway it'd be interesting to find out why you use that so called taboo so often. Thanks!

  2. I don't believe I've had a woman 'horrified' at being taken by a Black man. Do you have a reference/book? I certainly don't write that way now. There is still a sexual mystique about Black men, particularly in America, but also, I think, to some extent, throughout the West. It's rather like the one about blondes, though that isn't nearly as strong as it once was (except, oddly, in places like India and the middle east). Most white women have never had sex with a Black man, so the experience can be, with that mystique, particularly exciting/arousing, and still a little forbidding (or a lot depending on where you live). The physically powerful Black man with his big penis and his attitude, combined with a white woman are a big attraction to some in erotic writing. Black Man's Bitch (an atrocious name but Amazon didn't like the original - Nigger's Girl) is an excellent example of this. It's a longer book I had lots of time with, and the Black man is an angry ex con, while the white woman is a blonde deputy sheriff in rural Georgia. So you can imagine her emotional conflict.

  3. Oh, and why I use this (black/white) as often as I do? Because it's extremely popular. My latest book of that sort, In Darkest Africa, climbed up the top 20 sales at to reach number 1 within less than a week. I expect it to be extremely popular on Amazon when it gets posted there in a few months too.