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Review: Log In by John Dylena

Log In by John Dylena on October 19, 2017 Pages: 25 Buy on Amazon Goodreads Virtual Reality is one thing, Fully Immersive VR is an entirely different experience. One that all the senses can enjoy. Ted is a hardcore gamer, and when a new game is released that makes even the newest tech seem decades […]

New Story – Trick and Treat 4!

Happy Halloween everyone!  The first story in our spooky celebration begins with another entry into the Trick and Treat series.  Now that there are two witches within Wyrmwood House, I wanted to play with some different types of transformations, including an old reliable or two.  I hope you enjoy it! You can find Trick and Treat 4 […]

Review: Wager Into Womanhood by Ann Michelle

Wager Into Womanhood (Part One) by Ann Michelle on September 25, 2017 Pages: 122 Buy on Amazon Goodreads Max is an arrogant sexist with a submissive wife and an inability to turn down any bet. Will is a househusband with a dominant wife who just caught him having an affair. Both of their lives are […]

Review: Texas Hold ‘Em by Sara James

Texas Hold ‘Em by Sara James on September 23rd 2017 Goodreads The popular saying about everything from Texas being bigger is the main reason Ken’s favorite football team – and their famous cheerleading squad – is from the Lone Star state. When he has a chance to win big at his weekly poker game, he […]

New Story! Becoming Emily!

After a dip into some old-fashioned bimbofication stories, I wanted to return to feminization with something a little more genteel, something inspired by people I know, and, more importantly, roundabout explore the nature of a Mistress.  This will be the first part of a longer series, but this beginning is just what the title suggests […]

Review: Metamorphosis by Stacey Zackerly

Metamorphosis by Stacey Zackerly on September 15, 2017 Pages: 76 Buy on Amazon Goodreads The Brookings Rehabilitation Institute was a radical new concept in the field of criminal justice. With prisons overcrowded and funding constantly cut back it was only natural that someone in the private sector would seize the opportunity to profit from the […]