A number of years ago I wrote a short story called Punished, for the much missed Oysters and Chocolate webzine. Written from the perspective of a young woman who, with her boyfriend, had been caught having sex without permission by their master, Punished was one of the first BDSM tales I ever wrote.
Sometime after Punished appeared on the web, I was reading some of my other literary wares at the Sh! Women’s Store in London, when a young man bounded up to me- with what can only be described as hopeful enthusiasm! That man was Kojo Black- the owner of the Sweetmeats Press, who kindly told me how much he’d loved reading Punished, and asked if I’d like to write something for him… Something like Punished – but not Punished- and a bit longer…
This was quite a challenge. Obviously I wanted to produce something in the same BDSM vein, but something brand new. The result was The Circus.
This BDSM novella, with a similar voyeuristic bent to Punished, appears in the paperback Immoral Views, as well as being available as a standalone e-novella.
The positive consequences of my writing Punished didn’t end there. After I’d completed The Circus, I had another request from Mr Black- ‘Hey Kay, fancy writing a novel for me now…?’
Well, what could I say…?
So along came my erotically kinky romance Making Him Wait! Still BDSM, but a very different kind- a mind over matter kind- where you’re never quite sure who has the upper hand…
So Kojo’s enjoyment of that first short tale Punished led to The Circus, and The Circus led to Making Him Wait, and Making Him Wait will led to…what next I wonder…?
In the meantime- back to Punished…
A few weeks ago I received permission to reuse all the stories that I’d had on the Oysters and Chocolate site. It seemed only natural to knock on Kojo’s door, and say, ‘Hi sweetie- fancy taking on Punished for your new mini e-story series?’
And his answer? Well, that would be a yes!
If you’d like to find out what it was that Kojo liked so much about Punished, then you can download it from Amazon.com , Amazon UK, and other good e-retailers! And at the bargain price of 77p or $1.22, it won’t even cost you the price of a coffee to find out!!
Happy reading guys!!