At nearly 50,000 words Spanking Times Eleven is a collection of 11 stories that is a consolidation of two other previously published collections, The Scarlet Society and The Puritan Museum. Priced at only $3.95 this boxed set of stories represents a significant discount. The stories in the collection include:
The Scarlet Society – A girls’ school in the Old South has a prestigious club that harbors a shocking secret.
It’s About Time – A mission to travel back in time requires that an agent impersonate a school girl, but in 1942 the school’s disciplinary regime is a bit different and is decidedly old fashioned.
A Gift from Great Aunt Kate – A painting that is an heirloom in the Rockman family has some unique properties, especially for horny and naughty wives whose husbands are away. But beware. The painting extracts a painful price.
Naughty French Maids – Lisa and Beth are two sorority girls auctioned off as French maids in a charity auction. Their employers are hosting a dinner party and they’d better be on their best behavior or else. The employers have a few kinks the girls don’t know about.
A Fairy Tale – A kingdom being ravaged by a fierce dragon needs the magic of the tears of a virgin princess to defeat the beast. Luckily, the king has three lovely daughters. But how to procure the tears?
31 Hours – A substitute principal must deal with a hot headed female colleague, two naughty cheerleaders and angry parents. A lot can happen in 31 hours.
The Puritan Museum – A tale of supernatural revenge. A young and naive faculty wife spreads gossip and incurs the wrath of the powerful wife of the Dean of Students. But even revenge has its price.
Mission Impossible, The Lost Episode – The MI team must rescue a female agent and two teenage nieces of the ambassador who have been sentenced to a harsh punishment for religious blasphemy in a backward Slavic country.
The Craving – A girl moves in with a guy and must break a bad habit, but it’s hard. It’s a craving. The Spencer Spanking Plan might help.
After the CP Act – What if a criminal offender, say a pretty girl caught driving under the influence, could avoid jail by accepting corporal punishment. What would that really be like?
Romanian Holiday – A guy in a bar relates a lurid tale of sex and flagellation on a vacation in the Carpathian mountains to an avid female listener. Make sure you catch her last name before taking her home, buddy.
- Spanker or Spankee?
I’m a switch. I go both ways, and that features prominently in my writing because I cover all orientations except M/M. In romance it’s always M/F, but I write a lot of F/M and F/F short stories and novelettes.
- What’s your favorite spanking implement? Either for you personally or that you have researched.
The palm of the hand is still the best. It’s the tactile feel, communication by touch, and infinitely variable between pleasure, light sting, mild or serious pain. I’m also fascinated by the birch and I frequently employ it in stories set in historical periods when its use was common.
- What’s the best thing about writing in this genre?
The best thing is that the genre allows me to graft spanking erotica onto other forms of fiction I enjoy such as mystery thrillers, sci-fi and adventure tales. I’m a plot centric writer who likes to tell an intriguing story that would be interesting all by itself, but then I merge a spanking/BDSM theme with it.
- Who is one celebrity that you would want to spank, or have spank you?
Wow! That is a tough one. So many and so little time. Ok, If I’m the spanker I want Jennifer Anniston over my knee. Gorgeous, perky, and a terrific ass. If I’m on the receiving end I want Robin Wright a la her Claire Underwood character from House of Cards. I can see her quite vividly as a cougar domme with a younger submissive man.
- What’s one piece of advice you would give someone who wanted to write in this genre?
I’d advise that someone should avoid the tropes so common to the genre. Many times what passes for “spanking stories” are not stories at all. They are mere scenes. Tell a story that interests the reader, don’t just describe a fantasy scene.