Are any of these photos yours? I'd love to know the artist to give credit where credit is due!
The draft of my second novel, a sequel to Simon Says, is almost finished. At the end of book one, Simon has proposed and Sadie has accepted. The engagement party is barely over when Sadie tells Simon she doesn't think she can marry him. She's looking for reassurance, of course, and Simon knows just the way to win her back.
In book two of the Simon Says series, Simon demands that Sadie ask for a spanking she has more than earned. Will she ask him? And how? Maybe she'll phone it in.
Whenever I’m writing my domestic discipline stories, I find it helps to look at pictures of what I’m trying to describe. Here are two photos that I found in Tumblr posted by GiraffeDogCat. They illustrate what is happening now in scenes in book 2 of the Simon Says series.
At one point, Simon has trapped Sadie’s legs with his right leg. I imagine her bottom looks just like this when his hand lands.
The other photo shows what I think might be a view from under the table in a subsequent scene.
Of course I’m doing lots of other ‘hands on’ research but I won’t say whose hands are where.
Two of my scenes on Saturday Spankings (see blogs Feb 5 and 26th) have focused on hairbrush spankings. In that vein I bring you:
One hundred strokes a night would make the naughtiest woman rethink her behaviour. Thanks to the Red Rump site for this great old advertisement. http://redrump.blogspot.ca/ Although that site is more about women giving spankings than receiving them.
In my book, Simon Says, Simon uses a switch on Sadie in the woods. Research tells me this is a very painful way for a girl to take her medicine.
I'd call this design a work of art, wouldn't you?
Apparently it's Swedish before 1858. All I can say is even with all those skirts on - OUCH! A bundle of switches like that is going to hurt something awful.
The expressions of the women watching add to the mood of this painting. I have no idea whose work it is. Any thoughts?
This image must be from the 1950's or 60's. Have you seen it before? Any idea of its history?
I didn't see this cover of the September 1975 issue of National Lampoon (I believe the artist was Bernie Lettick). When my boyfriend Gavin sent it to me in the form of a greeting card, almost ten years later, I knew he was the one for me. Over twenty-five years later he still knows how to warm my...uh...heart.