Not an angel – #wipitup #birching

And so, the last snippet from the first chapter of my Medieval WIP, which I’m itching to call The Stolen Bride. Let’s see if the title lasts the editing process.  Carrying on from last week, Nadia, a postulant (somebody who is not quite ready to be a novice) has been caught absconding from the convent.  The prioress has it in for Nadia and swiftly instigates a birching. *** The cold room had little … Read more…

Contrite #Wipitup

Inching along with my latest work in progress – a medieval romance. Some chapters fly by in a flurry of letters, others are taking their time. The first chapter seems to have settled down and I’m sharing a little more after last week’s WipitUp.  Nadia is a postulant, which is the first stage of becoming a nun. She’s not in the priory of her own choosing – more by the wishes … Read more…

#Satspanks – over she goes!

Hello!  We’re warming up for Saturday Spankings. Over a log she goes and this is just the start of her punishment. Poor Sophia, but if she’d listened to him and not picked poisonous berries, she’d not be outside, naked and in trouble. *** “I know what makes it difficult—your nudity. However, there is nobody here but us.” “I feel vulnerable,” she whispered, trying to shrink her stature into a small … Read more…

#Satspanks – Your bottom needs warming up

Hello and welcome to Saturday Spankings. After some technical glitches, I’m hopping back into this week’s snippet. Taken from Sophia and the Duke, we’re moving on from her slipper moments to an outdoors spanking.  Here’s the preamble… *** He unlaced her bodice, releasing her constricted ribcage and she inhaled deeply, trying to gather her nerves. “Please,” she pleaded. “I didn’t mean… I don’t want to be punished.” “Of course you … Read more…

The birch – then and now

Birching used to be a very traditional judicial punishment in the UK, and across Europe. It was primarily used on young male offenders and involved the police or prison services. The last bastion of the birch, after everywhere else had banned it, was the Isle of Man (Island in the Irish Sea). I remember as a child the news reports as the camps for and against the use of the … Read more…