This blog isn't about sex. It's about great sex! I set it up because you only live twice, once in your dreams.
This blog is a portal to the wonderful world of web-based erotic writing. It also serves as a filter: finding stories for you to enjoy without worrying. Use both the reviews and the labels to help you identify stories which will suit your tastes. If the idea of ‘oral’ makes your stomach churn, click on ‘romance’ in the label cloud. Use the rating system: from 0 for nonsexual to XXX for eyebrow raising. (Just your eyebrows will do, thank you, sheesh!)
And use the biggest sexual organ in your body: that’s your brain, dumbo! Which bit of you do you think processes the little messages from your nerve endings in a kiss and releases the endorphins that make you go Whoopdidoo! As you read the reviews and choose stories, as you follow up other stories from those outside of this site: Think before you Click. Come Home quickly if you’re not sure about what you find. Some stories out there are far out on the wild side because humans are inventive beings –not always in nice ways.
Remember too that these are fantasy erotic stories and so the sex is always sizzling. In another life, just being close to someone you have always liked is usually enough. They won’t need a 10“ wonger or GG breasts to turn you on.
Take care of your sweet self and enjoy your dreams.
Monday, 14 October 2013
(Oooh Hallowee-een!) Magnum Innominandum - review
This is a gentle romance; there isn't much in it you could call sex, gurrlzz (any boyzzz looking for girl on girl action will be sorely disappointed). However, you do get a fun spooky story for Halloween. Bramblethorn has got eerie atmosphere in this intellectually buzzing story.
Here you will find good gothic writing and mysterious mystic themes, a puzzle box of a story carefully researched and set in early twentieth century America and Europe. Bramblethorn gets an excellent archaic tone to the writing in Magnum Innominandum and offers an intelligent, sensitive exploration of parallels between Lovecraft's "that [great thing] which must not be named" (Magnum Innominandum) and Lord Douglas's "the love that dare not speak its name". In the end there are hints of something beyond woman on woman, in a seasonally spooky suggestion at a twist. Eeek! LOL.
There is excellent balanced structure. Pairs of experiences shape themselves round the central journey to Europe: either side of which is an educational experience (I shall count the Nordic thing with Karin as educational - it's certainly transformational), a hair-raising trip into a strange building and the two dances - if I say more, I'll spoil it; I just do admire the way these structure the narrative for us as readers.
I would have liked a detailed final sex scene. I felt this would have satisfied the heroine Josephine's anxieties (the story is written from her point of view so we readers share these) about not daring to get down and durrrty with a laydee. Bramblethorn thinks it would not be in keeping - you must read the story and make up your own mind ...