Monday, February 25, 2013


A Classic Dilbert reprinted at gocomics.com today.
Serial recruitment is a classic theme in mind control stories. The first instance [that I know of] was in the movie, Dracula has Risen from the Grave. Dracula enslaved the beautiful Veronica Carlson, who then brings him another girl.

I think the theme is popular because it demonstrates a high level of control over the subject. When one hypnotized girl brings another girl to the hypnotist, she is acting as an extension of the hypnotist, moved by his will or the desire to serve him as he wishes. This makes it very sexy.

To my knowledge, only one of the femdom hypnotists have included suggestions for serial recruitment in her recordings. Lady Lita used to tell her subjects to recruit new subjects for her. Unfortunately, some of her subjects became a bit overzealous. Their efforts were seen as Lita trying to steal subjects from other dommes. And that caused some animosity in the erotic hypnosis community.

But while I enjoy the idea that my listeners would recommend my recordings to their friends, I also respect that most of my customers are very private about their interest in erotic hypnosis. So I
have avoided this type of suggestions in my recordings.

Monday, February 18, 2013

The Pygmalion Hypnotist - 1st draft complete

I have completed the first draft of my second novel,  The Pygmalion Hypnotist. The first draft ended up being 72,700 words; the longest document I can ever remember writing.

Now I set it aside for a while and catch up on some of my other projects, like Pleasure Drone and helping my mother put her book on amazon (which I promised to do 3 months ago).

Oysters & Chocolate - Broken links

I just discovered that the Oysters & Chocolate web site has been taken down. The links from my web site to the reviews O&C had posted are being redirected to Amazon.com. I'll probably have to remove those links, but first I want to see if I can get pdf copies of the reviews from the O&C editors, or if there are copies of those pages in the wayback machine.

Friday, February 1, 2013

Article reposted at Liberator

I was a little surprised to find my article on the Kegel exercises reposted at Liberator today. Last June (8 months ago)  they said they were going to remove all the articles that promoted non-liberator products. And that was the last I heard from anyone there.

I'm glad to see them reposting one of my articles, but also a little annoyed that they listed the wrong author name. I sent an email asking them to fix it, but I've no idea if the people I used to correspond with are even there.