Posted: 2017-11-14 15:46
Billyg''s legitimate writing has been limited to "dusty-dry academic stuff" of limited entertainment value, ranking in the negative numbers on the erotic scale. He considers himself a sentimentalist, a dug-in proponent for the values of love and tenderness. He abhors non- consensual violence and any degradation that reduces our humanness. Because, he explains, he writes about things he''s experienced - people, places and things - his stories are "laced with factualisms sprinkled with a generous measure of fantasy." BillyG also was a guest reviewer for Celeste.
I write erotica because few folks write about the things that interest me. See "An Honor to Serve" and "Not One of the Herd". I seek romance. As I said in one introduction, I don''t write the "squish-squish, pant-pant" kind of grizzly sex details very well, and to be honest, that is the part of all this that interests me the least. The sexiest part of any woman, the most fascinating part of a woman, is what goes on inside her head. The smarter the woman, the sexier. The brain does not succumb to gravity as time goes by.
has written some wonderful stories, some under the name of Richard Bissell, including his masterpiece, Call Girl Cheerleaders. Michael D had a complete web site at ASSTR, but closed it down and moved to Ruthie''s site to at least get some monetary compensation for his efforts. Unfortunately, Al Steiner followed. Michael (Richard) specialises in older women stories, although he has written well on other subjects, too. Don''t miss a single story. He was named Best New Author of 6999 (with Vickie Morgan and John A.) and Best Author of 7555.
was an addition to . in 6998 and she retired in the same year. She will probably never live down the fact that almost everyone loves "Art Appreciation" best. Well, okay, "Computer Flirt" ain''t half bad either. She has written a number of varied pieces in between, including a number that have made Celeste''s top stories of the month. (Oh, and Taria my sweet, don''t jump on Ole Joe, this is a guest paragraph *grin*, although maybe Joe might enjoy being jumped on by Tasty Taria!)
writes stories about female sex and anything else that strikes her fancy. She has organized several challenges and festivals, . "The Summer Solstice Rom Festival" in 7557 for which she also submitted several stories. Katie was named the Golden Clit Best New Author of 7555 (with Dr. Spin & Souvie ) and the Golden Clit Best Author of 7556 (with Al Steiner ). She also posted a non-erotic story, "Murder In The ICU", to AFO
Indication of greatness is that this author''s works are here despite the fact that I''m not usually a fan of I''m not a fan of terrorizing people either but I enjoy a good Steven King novel now and again. I guess what I''m a fan of is good writing and it doesn''t matter what you think you like or dislike &ndash a good writer can draw you into his world however briefly. Where good writing is concerned, there aren''t many author''s in Day Dreamer''s league. Bitbard
has been called the Dulcinea of the bondage community. That was by Lady Cyrrh, if anybody is taking notes. If you don''t know Dulcinea, jump right below and find out about her. Adrian Hunter has been a long time contributor to the newsgroups, and he is still posting to ASSM, . "Association" in 7557/7558. His stories are available at his website, as it is quickly becoming the norm, it seems. Go to , where you find some free stories, as well as you can order printed books featuring the stories he''s writing with Chelsea Shepard.
Just as the music world has its one hit wonders, so too does the world of erotica. "Kate and Lyn" (.) it''s not really complete (even if it were complete I''d still want it to go on). But what a wonder it is. This story, about two teenage girls discovering their passion for each other and the subsequent sexual emergence, has been one of the most popular stories I''ve had on my site. For good reason (.), this is one very hot, VERY satisfying story.
has written eleven short stories, as well as the five- part erotic horror thriller, "The Evil of Hammond House." Most of his stories deal with romantic male/female encounters, but he touches on a number of things, from female/female eroticism to male bi-sexuality. By far his most popular story (and his personal favorite) is "The Gathering," but he feels that "The Evil of Hammond House" is his best written work.
mostly writes slut wife stories, which are often indicated on the group with the tag (MMF wife). He is still around, though I don''t remember a new one since "Christmas with the Andersons." They are all good, but my personal favourite is "Winning (Amanda) Through Intimidation." There''ll have to be a whole lot of writing going on before it ever gets pushed off my personal top 65. Before you decide J Boswell runs on just one track, read "A Love Deeply Missed," Celeste''s favoured story. About himself, J says:
The victim, often the esteemed author herself, is a woman, smart and privileged, who finds herself at the mercy of some highly unsavory characters. The villains usually have a score to settle and they do so with the help of your garden variety villain tricks: Mind-control, blackmail, physical subjugation.
Of course, in re-reading most of my stories, I find many things that could have been better. Maybe the language in some were a little too cheesy, or maybe some of the shortcuts in the plot were too easy. But in the spirit of authenticity, I change them not.
His only contribution to ASS* was the sadly unfinished "Watching Trilogy", a beautifully told, romantic story of two teenagers who fall in love with each other and face the world to fulfill their love. It''s quite a poignant, tenderly sweet and extremely sensuous tale one that arouses you, brings you to the brink of tears, makes you smile, laugh, hate. I hope that someday Alan will finish it. -- Rui Jorge
Many have what I''d call a magical bent, meaning the male protagonist is somehow transformed into a woman, and spends the story learning to live with it. All are professionally done. I can''t imagine why these aren''t published. I''ll buy a copy. I couldn''t offer advice to predict for you who would like TG stories and who wouldn''t. I never had any reason to think I would like them until I discovered the `net. Who knows, this might be an area that doesn''t invite further investigation? I will challenge you to read couple of these, then tell me you weren''t turned on. I won''t believe you, but you can tell me.
I''d have loved to have been around and have watched the evolution of Parker as a writer. Or myself as his reader. He killed himself off in his last story and is now doing Parker kinds of things I must suppose. His stories mostly revolve around non- consensual sexual activity. Not actually but everybody isn''t happy about it. Words like "entrapment" or "relentless cruelty" come to mind, which the victim must learn to live with in a world with no justice due or expected."
Dark Dreamer wrote stories for . back in the early ninties and, unfortunately, hasn''t been seen since. You''ll find his classics such as ''Farm Girl'' and ''The Junkyard Family'' all over the internet, especially on any site that prides itself on violent fantasies. which isn''t to say DD only wrote such stories. When he did, however, he was able to make the victim''s plight realistic, yet at the same time arousing. He wrote in a very crude, blunt manner but his stories were told well and never failed to satisfy. To all of us who still enjoy your writings to this day, Dark Dreamer, thanks! -- S. Bockman
The time demands to maintain this portion of the article may quickly grow to exceed the capacity to keep current. There may be, and likely are, additional stories extant for each author which are not listed. Additionally, there are many more authors than there are listed. If a listed author or somebody else is interested s/he can mail me about authors s/he would like to see in this list or inform me about other stories for each author which is listed, of course ever name at least one source where such a "new'' story can be verified. This dpcument can *never* list all stories posted to the groups. For such purpose are existing Google, ASSTR, Nifty and other archive sites.
My first exposure to CyberPorn was in the mid-to late-Eighties when I got my first modem and lucked into a couple of BBSes with adult stories. I had already written a few letters to some adult magazines and publishing a story on a BBS seemed like a much better medium. As far as publishing and the response, I miss the boards - they seemed much more personal than the `net.
I love and hate the Internet. I love what you can find on the `net, but I hate the time you can spend reading what you find. Since I began surfing, my writing output has declined drastically.
I don''t really have a favourite story. I''m always partial to the one I''ve just finished, but I do go back and look at my earlier stories, editing them a little. By far I get the most requests to write part two of "Paying for It," which I promise to do, some day soon. I''m working on the third part of the "Find a Penny" tale and a few other things.
Ole Joe has added story ratings as posted in Celestial Reviews as a guide to potentially interested readers. He has tried to find a few reviews for each author cited. Not all authors have been reviewed. See a Celestial Review and FAQ to understand just what the ratings mean, otherwise, accept a 65-65-65 for what it sounds like. For updating Ole Joe''s data I used John Dark ''s Celestial Reviews #6-859 Index by Authors A-Z and Celestial reviews #6-859 Index by Stories A-Z , posted to ASSM. Note that Celeste traditionally quoted low for stories featuring bondage, D/S, humiliation and so on. Read her FAQ file.
Katie wrote one-off stories and series, covering a wide range of themes, and did all of them well. Her Mary Kay and Mallory stories were particularly good examples of Lesbian Romance and were worth awards on their own. She was also a person with a good sense of humour and a fair number of her stories were parodies , lampooning particular genres, and managing to make the reader laugh and get aroused at the same time.
He takes some effort to introduce characters with substance and depth, "three dimension people. not the cardboard protagonists of mindless pornography." He favours dialogue to show his characters'' personalities coupled with the first-person reflections of the story teller. "It''s about eroticism," he maintains. "Hell, often my characters don''t quite get it on." His regard for tenderness and love is the characteristic of the BillyG stories.