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2019 Update Archive / Re: New Releases - December 7th 2019
« Last post by fascinated on December 21, 2019, 10:32:12 pm »
And speaking of both stories, the biggest issue I have with both of them is that both are very lacking in eroticism to me.

This is a totally valid criticism of my work. My theory is that is you have likable characters and an engaging story, almost any use of hypnosis becomes sexy as a result. But I understand when the occasional reader does not see it that way.

I'm working on a couple of stories right now that I am trying to make more overtly erotic. But my guiding principle is, and always has been, "write what would turn me on," and it's worked out pretty well so far.
2019 Update Archive / Re: New Releases - December 21st 2019
« Last post by KingdomCome81 on December 21, 2019, 06:58:11 pm »
Petite Scarlett Fleeing Cloak and At the Costume shop in Anne's Harbor both need Furry tags on them. I don't mind because that's what I'm into, but they need to be tagged appropriately.
2019 Update Archive / Re: New Releases - December 21st 2019
« Last post by Shadra on December 21, 2019, 06:25:31 pm »
Decent selection it looks like this week, so I'll join everyone else in the day 1 reviews.

I almost feel bad for not having made my reviews public over the last few chapters of Hostel. While I think 321 knows how much I'm enjoying this story -- and his others -- it's definitely worth saying that it's a story I'd recommend everyone checks out. Things seem to be coming to a head with this latest chapter, with hints of some tense yet hot action to come soon. The only bad thing I can say about it is that the story feels like it might be approaching the end. Either way, I'm sure it will continue to be wonderful.

So, it's not the first time an author has posted something that brings about a reaction on these forums. Le Duc seems to be the winner of such an event this week. With so many people expressing their excitement at a new story for him, I couldn't help but be curious. I admit, the name doesn't sound familiar to me. Same with any of the stories in his catalog, though I can't say for certain if that means I haven't read any. Either way, I gave Somnambulist a shot. This is clearly, as others confirmed, a follow up to a previous story that I have not read. I think maybe I should have, though. Not because the story doesn't make sense, it reads fine as a standalone, but I imagine one would have a stronger connection to the characters if they were familiar with the previous story. That said, it was still well written, and rather romantic and lovely. Though the ending did read like there was 'potential' for something a bit darker to be hiding around the corner. That alone has me rather curious where the story will go. Those more familiar with the author's works may already have an idea, though!

Lastly, Vos Dominus. The first few chapters rather surprised me a bit, and also managed to have some nice scenes of induction and eroticism. This chapter feels more like a bridging chapter, though. Not really in a bad way, but I do kind of wish there was a bit more to it. Either way, it still has me looking forward to what comes next!
2019 Update Archive / Re: New Releases - December 21st 2019
« Last post by Whistle on December 21, 2019, 05:48:24 pm »
After over a decade of reading the archive, it still amazes me how Downing Street does it.

Every. Single. Time.

2019 Update Archive / Re: New Releases - December 21st 2019
« Last post by walter_kovacs on December 21, 2019, 04:33:06 pm »
Starting out slow today with just one.

Vox Dominus (mc mf md) (1 new chapter)  by Mesmerciless
When Seb accidentally enslaves his classmate with his voice, they both get more than they bargained for.

Seems like we might be in for a long haul. This chapter is mostly focussed on the internal state of the two main characters, which works fairly well. Hoping we get to know more information about this mysterious old flame that has been going on in the background.
2019 Update Archive / Re: New Releases - December 21st 2019
« Last post by fumanchu on December 21, 2019, 03:57:58 pm »
Wonderful scenes in this week’s installment of “Hostel” of hypnotized women hypnotizing other hypnotized women.  Also, more of Rebecca’s back story showing how conflicted she is as a heroine.  Her attempts to use hypnosis to clean up messes caused by hypnosis reminds me of the Butterfly Effect.
2019 Update Archive / Re: New Releases - December 14th 2019
« Last post by greyscribbler on December 21, 2019, 03:44:52 pm »

The Internship opens this week with a scene that reminds me of "Attack Angels," with a character brainwashing herself at home, after a long work day. ...  Nichole certainly is a fast learner. I'm not sure how you'd put these skills on a resume, but then again, I get the feeling that her internship is going to end with a job offer she can't refuse.

Thanks 321.  Nichole certainly likes learning.

2019 Update Archive / Re: New Releases - December 14th 2019
« Last post by greyscribbler on December 21, 2019, 03:40:55 pm »
I regret what I said previously about The Internship, cuz this chapter was great. Definitely eager to see where things go, though knowing that we're not even halfway there yet (until next week that is) I can't help but wonder just what might be left in store. It almost feels like Nichole is pretty far into things already, so unless any remaining changes are drawn out, I can't help but wonder if there's a neat little twist coming up soon. Either way, will be looking forward to the next installment on Saturday!

Thanks Shadra.  There is some way left to go.  Ms. Henderson has her pretty much under control, but there's a difference between control and what the controller then makes of someone.

2019 Update Archive / Re: New Releases - December 21st 2019
« Last post by fascinated on December 21, 2019, 02:09:38 pm »

I'm so excited. The Emily/Scarlett stories were such a huge influence on me back in the day. My own characters Kat and Marisa would not exist without them.
2019 Update Archive / Re: New Releases - December 21st 2019
« Last post by br0adband on December 21, 2019, 02:04:59 pm »
EDIT: For those of you who enjoy stats and things, Crossing the Rubicon is now the second-longest story on the Archive at 525,404 words.

Good lord, and here I was thinking I was the only one that cared about the word count. :)

Anyway, yes, it's a monstrosity of verbosity I suppose, and a bit further to go but as I've joked with some people recently: there'll probably be like 5 persons on the planet (not counting me and the Wife) that'll ever read all of it. There are several more chapters to go but it's in the home stretch, one could say.

I dropped a note at the end of Chapter 40 to say the Muse is on a holiday break and I'll get back to it sometime in January.

Happy Holidays to A/all you fine F/folk, and a Happy New Year as well hoping it'll be the best one yet. ;)

Big fan of le Duc de Kavaliere's work in the past, so indeed this new material should be quite interesting to read.
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