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2019 Update Archive / New Releases - December 28th, 2019
« Last post by 321 on December 28, 2019, 10:38:49 am »
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Absence of All Morality (mc mf md) (1 new chapter)  by browndj98
A man without morals mentally enslaves and fucks an unwilling hair salon owner.

Advent Calendar (mc mf md ma) (new)  by scifiscribbler
Evelyn’s boyfriend brought a calendar home to get her in the festive spirit. It doesn’t seem to be working.

The Armageddon Archives (mc mf ff md fd) (1 new chapter)  by mr. potestas
Life in California is now different after the apocalypse, as that part of the world is now ruled by Demon King Asmodeus.

Binding Rings (mc mf md in) (1 new chapter)  by Sidia
A chance discovery changes a young man’s life—and not always for the better.

Cape City Chronicles: Today the City, Tomorrow... (mc mf ff md fd ma cb) (1 new chapter)  by Jennifer Kohl
Years ago, a supervillain enslaved and then wiped out every male hero in Cape City. Now she’s escaped prison, and unpowered cop Alessandra Alvarez might be the only one who can stop her. But this time, neither of them will be working alone...

Christmas Eve (mc mf md fd) (new)  by 321
The tree is up and the presents are wrapped, and Kate is looking forward to spending a relaxing evening with her husband. A very, very relaxing evening...

Daughter (mc mf ff fd in) (new)  by Pan
Jim and Lauren return home to find someone waiting for them: the daughter they never had.

Drone Metastasis (mc mf ff fd bd ft) (1 new chapter)  by Half Shim
A nuclear family experiences the Hive invasion as it insidiously takes over their city.

Every Woman Has a Price (mc mf ff md) (1 new chapter)  by Redsliver
Owen inherits a set of silver coins from his grandfather that lets him buy anyone.

Free Will Debate (mc md) (new)  by Sen Oluguat
Tom and Rachel have a friendly debate about free will.

How To Pay Your College Loans (mc ff ds bd) (1 new chapter)  by Skaetlett
Clara can’t pay her college loans, or rent, or anything. She’s stuck at a job she hates with no one around her. Her life turns around when she sees an ad on the dark web recruiting “servants”, and takes drastic measures to turn her life around.

Incubus (mc mf ff md) (1 new chapter)  by Jennifer Kohl
Christina summons a demon, who has the ability to grant her greatest desire.

The Internship (mc ff) (1 new chapter)  by Greyscribbler
Nichole is looking forward to learning a lot from her internship. She will.

Invisible (SleepyTimeSlut) (mc ff mf fd ma) (new)  by SleepyTimeSlut
When Kara discovers that she can become invisible at a party, the formerly shy little mouse finds it quite ... freeing ...

Out of Mind-Control 2 — Still A Mystery (mc ff mf ft rb) (1 new chapter)  by Catsuit78
Even five months after their investigations the Inspector and Trish can’t grab a breather as spandex-clad men and women disappear and Trish finds herself in the crosshairs. Is the Syndicate behind this? And what are they up to?

Pact (mc ff mf fd) (1 new chapter)  by Meleva
Truth has tried for twenty years to live quietly, to tend her farm, to forget all about the Pact that she was born to obey and bound to enforce. But an urgent need will pull her back to the magic that she’s spent so long seeking to abandon.

The Picture of Doreen Gray (mc mf md) (new)  by Chrysostomon
Some cultures used to believe that a photo would take their soul away.

Pink Cloud (mc mf md) (new)  by Jukebox
On the last night of a hypnokink convention, Carmella has a fantasy on the wish board. And with the help of a friendly and respectful hypnotist, her wish is about to come true.

A Price Paid (mc mf ff md fd) (1 new chapter)  by Saddle Rider
Losing a prized possession to mages, a powerful man seeks revenge.

Resolutions (Trixie Adara) (mc ff ex hm) (new)  by Trixie Adara
Four friends drunkenly make New Year’s Resolutions which will turn out to drastically control their lives in the coming weeks and months.

The Role of a Lifetime (mc mf md gr) (new)  by TheHandsThatLead
Denise has been a struggling actress in Hollywood for years, only getting bit parts, but a new opportunity has come along, will it be the role of a lifetime for her?

Savannah’s Hypnotic Socks (mc ff ft) (1 new chapter)  by Fibaro
A co-ed gets a pair of hypnotic socks that she uses on her roommate.

The Secret of Brookrose College (mc ff mf in sf la) (1 new chapter)  by Templeton Rose
Who or what is enslaving this all-female college’s faculty and students, and using them to breed futa clones?

Senioritis (mc mf ff fd md ds bd ft hm) (1 new chapter)  by MɛtaBob
Marc explores sexuality with a 19-year-old dominant woman.

Snippets from a Multiverse (mc ff) (new)  by sunt
In a vast multiverse, many stories are taking place at all times. Sometimes, the actors of those stories may bear great resemblance to each other across parallel worlds...

The Society (Chrysostomon) (mc ff mf fd la) (new)  by Chrysostomon
Girls are joining a new group that has sinister plans.

Space Nut (mc mf ff md) (1 new chapter)  by Redsliver
Adam discovers a crash landed alien who shares a taste for women with him, and together they will have them all, no matter the price.

Too Many Questions — Third Wheel (mc mf fd) (new)  by S. B.
Josh, Monica (and Steve) talk about hypnosis, trust and chastity.

A Villainous Deal (mc mf md gr cb) (new)  by TheHandsThatLead
SuperbGal has been captured, yet again, but this time seems different.  Can she overcome the villain and escape one more time?

Waif (mc mf md bd ds) (new)  by Crayz Maddy
A young woman finds herself lost in a whole new life after being kidnapped and brainwashed using a new experimental drug.

Wine Mom (mc ff gr) (new)  by Kallie
Katherine, an overworked businesswoman, experiences a sudden change of pace when her intern gives her some enchanted wine.
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2019 Update Archive / Re: New Releases - December 21st 2019
« Last post by Jeff on December 28, 2019, 10:06:15 am »
Preposterously Posh (mc mf ff fd ft) (new)  by Downing Street
When Lindsey does yoga in a tight cocktail dress and gorgeous six-inch stilettos, she struggles to explain the embarrassing reason why she has to wear them all the time, no matter what, even in the most ridiculous of situations.

Amazing work by Downing Street! I love the descriptions and levels of control in this story. A sexy mix of femininity, fashion, and femdom.

I could have sworn this was in the January 4th, 2020 update. Perhaps it's so good that Simon will post it again next week!  :D
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2019 Update Archive / Re: New Releases - December 21st 2019
« Last post by Limerick on December 28, 2019, 09:48:39 am »
What an amazing week of updates, not just Downing Street but Ice Bear, Quixerotic, TheHandsThatLead, Rawlyrawls, and that's just what I've read so far. The best update of the year.

Somehow didn't mention CNP, my mistake.
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2019 Update Archive / Re: New Releases - December 21st 2019
« Last post by Pan on December 28, 2019, 09:39:19 am »
Finally started (and caught up with) Dick Picture Perfect. To me, it suffers for just having tooooo many characters. The story is alluding to Will overcommitting, and I really hope it follows through on that thread. He's up to what, seven women? Ten? It just expanded insanely fast, and it can be tricky to keep them all straight*.

*no pun intended

Having said that, this tale has some of the best-written sex scenes I've encountered. If you're a regular reader of my stuff, you'll know sex scenes are a real weakness for me (I often skip them entirely), but dang the first threesome is well-written.
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2019 Update Archive / Re: New Releases - December 14th 2019
« Last post by grey_shadow on December 27, 2019, 09:08:04 pm »
"More statistically significant than lottery win" also applies to getting hit by a meteor, but I take your point. :grin: And of course many of the criteria I listed are not independent of one another at all. Just lampshading the improbably perfect scenario. A story about a very probable scenario, where an EMCSA author does something mundane and nothing particularly interesting happens, wouldn't be a story worth writing or reading.

Getting hit by a car, sure, but there have been thousands of lottery winners, while only a handful of recorded incidents of people being hit by meteors (or, technically, meteorites - meteors don't make it down to ground level).

All stories have selection bias - only interesting events get written about - so you need a hugely improbable coincidence (or a consistent pattern of otherwise unrelated coincidences) to have justification for strained suspension of disbelief.
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2019 Update Archive / Re: New Releases - December 14th 2019
« Last post by MCaesar on December 27, 2019, 09:07:06 pm »
Some quick Day-Old Thoughts on Flightback:

...What are the odds of an EMCSA writer meeting an EMCSA reader by chance in the wild?...

Has happened to me exactly once, and I've only been a writer for 18 months or so. I guess I should play the lottery more often.  :)

(Although, as far as I know, this person did not know that I was an EMCSA writer, was not a fan of my work, did not hypnotize me into a deep, relaxing trance, and did not bump me up to a better seat class on an international flight. But, there's the whole 'you will remember nothing' thing, so...)

This has been a very illustrative conversation about, to me, the dangers of asking rhetorical questions. :P Though that sounds like an anecdote I'd be interested to hear. Given that we've been talking about improbability as it pertains to smutty fantasies, I'll try to keep my expectations low. ;)
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2019 Update Archive / Re: New Releases - December 14th 2019
« Last post by 321 on December 27, 2019, 06:44:09 pm »
Some quick Day-Old Thoughts on Flightback:

...What are the odds of an EMCSA writer meeting an EMCSA reader by chance in the wild?...

Has happened to me exactly once, and I've only been a writer for 18 months or so. I guess I should play the lottery more often.  :)

(Although, as far as I know, this person did not know that I was an EMCSA writer, was not a fan of my work, did not hypnotize me into a deep, relaxing trance, and did not bump me up to a better seat class on an international flight. But, there's the whole 'you will remember nothing' thing, so...)
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2019 Update Archive / Re: New Releases - December 14th 2019
« Last post by scifiscribbler on December 27, 2019, 05:07:23 pm »
"More statistically significant than lottery win" also applies to getting hit by a meteor, but I take your point. :grin: And of course many of the criteria I listed are not independent of one another at all. Just lampshading the improbably perfect scenario. A story about a very probable scenario, where an EMCSA author does something mundane and nothing particularly interesting happens, wouldn't be a story worth writing or reading.

Never read any Thomas Hardy, man. Especially The Mayor of Casterbridge.
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2019 Update Archive / Re: New Releases - December 14th 2019
« Last post by MCaesar on December 27, 2019, 04:19:13 pm »
Let's see... there are more than 2500 authors on the EMCSA. If each author has a thousand fans, and meets a thousand individuals "in the wild", then, ignoring all cultural clustering, the chances of some EMCSA writer meeting one of their fans by chance would be around 28%. The fan being the sort of person the author writes about is not that surprising, given they're a fan, and an author who writes about people like himself going into hypnosis quickly, deeply and easily is going to have primed himself to respond well to hypnosis from people like the hypnotists he writes about.

Of course, the things I've left out of that analysis are that a lot more gets written about "magic" mind control than about realistic hypnosis, and that a lot of authors don't go around mentioning the EMCSA to casual acquaintances, both of which will reduce the odds considerably. Still, I'd guess at the actual figure being more "statistically significant" than "lottery win".

"More statistically significant than lottery win" also applies to getting hit by a meteor, but I take your point. :grin: And of course many of the criteria I listed are not independent of one another at all. Just lampshading the improbably perfect scenario. A story about a very probable scenario, where an EMCSA author does something mundane and nothing particularly interesting happens, wouldn't be a story worth writing or reading.
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2019 Update Archive / Re: New Releases - December 14th 2019
« Last post by grey_shadow on December 27, 2019, 08:10:34 am »
Some quick Day-Old Thoughts on Flightback:

I'll echo others saying that the prose and trance are well-done. Warmth and relaxation, unsurprisingly, suffuse the reading experience.

I found my suspension of disbelief rather strained, though. :P What are the odds of an EMCSA writer meeting an EMCSA reader by chance in the wild? And that reader being a fawning fan of that writer specifically? And of that fan being a hypnotist? And of that hypnotist having a profoundly ethical philosophy, which I suspect mirrors the author's own exactly? And that author falling into a deep trance quickly on his first try with little or no previous trance experience? I'm no mathematician, but I think the Venn diagram there is pretty small. :grin:

But then again, I like stories about magic spells, psychic powers, superheroes, and aliens too. Maybe I shouldn't poke too much fun at a premise that's trying to be a bit more grounded. I'm finding the grounded ones more and more appealing the more mature I get. Besides, if people didn't submit their blatant self-insert gratification fantasies here, the archive would be empty. ;)

Let's see... there are more than 2500 authors on the EMCSA. If each author has a thousand fans, and meets a thousand individuals "in the wild", then, ignoring all cultural clustering, the chances of some EMCSA writer meeting one of their fans by chance would be around 28%. The fan being the sort of person the author writes about is not that surprising, given they're a fan, and an author who writes about people like himself going into hypnosis quickly, deeply and easily is going to have primed himself to respond well to hypnosis from people like the hypnotists he writes about.

Of course, the things I've left out of that analysis are that a lot more gets written about "magic" mind control than about realistic hypnosis, and that a lot of authors don't go around mentioning the EMCSA to casual acquaintances, both of which will reduce the odds considerably. Still, I'd guess at the actual figure being more "statistically significant" than "lottery win".
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