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2019 Update Archive / Re: New Releases-September 28th 2019
« Last post by SB on October 13, 2019, 04:37:47 am »

One of the reviews here for Corruption Games got me interested. I did have to go back and catch up, but thankfully the chapters are short enough that it wasn't at all an issue. Green stories aren't quite my forte, but I'm really enjoying the story nonetheless! Since chapter one is new to me, I'd also like to say I had fun deciphering the code on my own. I wonder how many others were able to read that sentence before they knew how it was scrambled? Was a bit tikrcy, but not uklnie slmracnig the mdilde ltretes in a wrod and slitl bneig albe to raed tehm. Eager to see where this story goes! Any story with a sexy woman in a latex catsuit gets a thumbs up in my book.


Only catching up now - where's that follow topic button? - but thanks. Alexandra is a fun character to write. Always glad when someone enjoys something green out of me especially after saying green stories aren't their forte. Lots of surprises in store but it's going to take a while to get through them all. I hope you continue to have fun with it.
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2019 Update Archive / Re: New Releases-September 7th, 2019
« Last post by Merry Brooks on October 12, 2019, 11:18:12 am »
Antithesis by Shadra

Yes, an interesting story coming out of the Hostel idea, though I'm not sure how much Alice would approve of the idea of someone doing this, I must say. Dont worry, Alice, I'd still love to try that brainwashing system of yours in time, anyway.
Its well written, and the way the airport scene plays out is fun, as I'm sure will be their time in Berlin together. Definitely glad the author asked me to read, for sure
High end of definitely enjoyed, based on old rating system
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2019 Update Archive / Re: New Releases-September 28th 2019
« Last post by mr potestas on October 11, 2019, 09:06:23 pm »
Properly Handled (mc mf ff md fd in) (2 new chapters)  by ExodusRex
A brother and sister grow closer over a shared love of mind control and other various kinks and perversions.

It's great to see this up and running again after a brief hiatus. Did need a mental catch up, but whatever. Its truly remarkable how they all evolved up to this point. Perhaps they forced to bloom what was already there: the voyeurism, the aggression. A really hot and detailed update here! It's not always clear what is happening, but that is the point. The layers of MC are wonderfully mind-bending. Of course, it would seem the end is nigh ...
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2019 Update Archive / Re: New Releases-September 21st 2019
« Last post by Lycanthrope on October 09, 2019, 10:16:09 pm »
The Ultimate Hypnotist: A Master PC Story anyone?
I'm not really a writer, but I would merge some of the chapters. It also seems heavy on the technical details and light on characterisation.

Thanks for the read and the suggestions, Wizzy!
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2019 Update Archive / Re: New Releases-September 21st 2019
« Last post by wizzy on October 08, 2019, 01:28:31 am »
The Ultimate Hypnotist: A Master PC Story anyone?
I'm not really a writer, but I would merge some of the chapters. It also seems heavy on the technical details and light on characterisation.
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2019 Update Archive / Re: New Releases-September 28th 2019
« Last post by greyscribbler on October 05, 2019, 04:55:01 pm »

So much praise for On A Train, I of course had to check it out myself. No need to repeat what everyone else has said, so I'll just say that the other reviews are spot on, and if they don't entice you into reading, well... your loss I suppose!


Thanks Shadra, glad you liked it.

Greyscribbler
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2019 Update Archive / Re: New Releases-September 21st 2019
« Last post by Fortunato on October 05, 2019, 08:25:25 am »
Another thumbs up for The Bovide Bus. I'm always a sucker for more physical transformations to go with the hucow subgenre, but this story's relentless focus on the mental downgrade makes it a winner without adding horns and a tail.

-Fortunato
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2019 Update Archive / Re: New Releases-September 28th 2019
« Last post by Fortunato on October 05, 2019, 08:13:07 am »
Just wanted to pop in and say that I've not been reading much lately, but I did take a look over Savannah's Hypnotic Socks and like the servitude aspect that started to come into play. I'm hoping there's another update this week.

-Fortunato
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2019 Update Archive / Re: New Releases-September 28th 2019
« Last post by oshojabbe on October 05, 2019, 07:09:41 am »
Starting with Alter-Right, I really enjoyed the premise. Changes in perception or belief, as shown here, is one of the more enjoyable styles of MC, I find. Unfortunately, the execution kind of killed it for me. Also a bit embarrassed to admit, not sure I understood the last scene. Either way, concept was fun, and I still enjoyed the little twist a bit after the middle.

Thank you for the feedback. You're the third person in this thread with this kind of critique, so I'll have to be more mindful of how I write things like this in the future.

Regarding the last scene, I intended it to imply that Cassie had hypnotized herself as part of role-play, and since she had forgotten her phone when leaving, she wasn't going to get the trigger to unhypnotize herself - mirroring what happened to Ethan somewhat.

However, I firmly believe in death of the author and another valid interpretation of the story supported by the text is that  Cassie's attitude at the end is who she really is. And her forgetting her phone could be hinting at Ethan somehow turning the tables on her.

(In retrospect, the reason for the ambiguity is that we never see things from Cassie's perspective before this point, plus the story is always third person limited. So it's not 100% clear how things actually were a week before the story started. If Ethan didn't actually lose a hypnosis bet, then the interpretation where Cassie is manipulative becomes more likely. If Ethan did lose a hypnosis bet, then the interpretation where Cassie is hypnotized and missing a trigger is more likely.)
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