Sunday, December 21, 2014

Dec 2014: Brie Learns Restraint by Red Phoenix

This was a very dear novella for me. I got to walk my readers through Brie living under the rule of another Master as we catch a glimpse into Tono Nosaka's life. He is an exceptional person, both as a man and as a Dom.

The fact is there are times when life does not give us our desire. What determines our character is how we handle those disappointments.

It is during this separation, we also get to see a softer side of Master. Who knew he was a poet? Psst... I did. ;) LOL

Excerpt from Brie Learns Restraint:

“Kneel, facing away from me.”
She did as she was asked, her whole body buzzing with excitement. Tono started with her chest, binding it tightly, framing her breasts with the rope. The subtle touches as he pulled and adjusted the rope were hypnotically sensual. This time there was no music, just the slap of the ends of the rope as they smacked the floor with each pass.
He bound her arms one at a time, covering them in a decorative three-inch diamond pattern. He moved down to her abdomen, attaching a rope from her chest as he bound it in the same ornamental pattern. 
She gasped softly when he reached between her legs and pulled the rope taut against her clit and up the valley of her ass. He fastened it in the back, pulling it even tighter before tying the final knot. The pressure was arousing, causing her body to react.
“Tono, I’ve wet the jute.”

He chuckled under his breath. “To be expected, little slave.”
















Saturday, December 20, 2014

Dec 2014: Brie Faces her Master's Fears by Red Phoenix

As a new couple, there are many adjustments to be made, but most important is maintaining TRUST.

"Without trust, you and I are nothing.”

I tried to emphasize it as I shared this part of their relationship. Brie makes choices she thinks will spare her Master's feelings, but all she ends up doing is causing mistrust between them.

It is a hard, but necessary lesson to learn. In every intimate relationship, trust is key, but is essential in a D/s dynamic where both are exploring new areas with each other not only physically but mentally.

Excerpt from Brie Faces her Master's Fears:


The wickedness of it had her mewing in pleasure. He bit her fleshy ass before giving her one more satisfying slap.
He pressed his cock against her pussy without entering as he straddled her thighs, whispering into her ear, “What do you want?”
 “I want you to fuck me.”
“You want me to fuck you deep enough to hurt?” he growled hoarsely.
She closed her eyes and voiced her deepest desire. “I want my body to resonate with your thrusts, Master.”
He turned her head towards him and kissed her hard, then he held her chin and looked deep into her eyes. It made her shudder, for his gaze reminded her of a ravenous creature’s—one that meant her harm.
Part of her yearned for escape. Despite her fear, or because of it, she willingly opened herself to him. “Take me, Master.”

He mounted her then, ramming in his cock while holding her waist painfully tight. “I’m going to fuck you like you have never been fucked.”


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Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Why Tsu is Good for Authors: By Red Phoenix


If you are an author, this is a great opportunity!

Why tsu is good for authors…

I saw the invitations to tsu and ignored them. Last thing I wanted was to start on a new social site. Who has the time? However, enough people talked about it so I took a peek, but it wanted me to sign in so I balked.
Then I started listening to popular indie authors who were loving this new site. They said the engagement with fans was incredible - like it used to be on FB in the old days. Fans were seeing their posts on their newsfeeds!

Tsu is different than FB because “Friending” someone means you BOTH can see each other's newsfeeds. “Following” means only YOU will see them on your newsfeed. You don't need to do both.

It is also different because tsu gives all members a portion of any sales they make advertising on the side of your page (same ads as FB has) but tsu pays you for it. THAT was the part that made me leery, because I don’t trust that shit.

Well, these author friends who have been on it for a while don’t make but pennies a week, so that is NOT the reason to join. You join because your fans can see each and every post you make on their newsfeeds. (Fans can also make pennies from the ads on tsu – everyone is equal.)

One interesting aspect is the creation of families. You cannot join tsu unless you are invited. I happily invite you (and any of my lovely fans) to join me:

https://www.tsu.co/RedPhoenix69


By joining, you can start reaching your fan base, and experience what’s it’s like to be fully seen by the people who love your work!