What’s Going On?

It’s been just over a year since I launched my Patreon and it’s been exactly what I wanted it to be. The only drawback seems to be that I’m struggling to find time to maintain two websites and two Twitter accounts.

My goal with Patreon was to push myself to constantly produce new work and explore new media for engaging my cruel giantess and crush fantasies. Right now there’s eleven bits of flash fiction, an in-progress novel, and a seven-part short story all created in the past year, and on top of that I’ve started filming myself and sharing my own crush clips for fans and supporters to enjoy!

I’ve also started a Fetlife that has turned out to be more interesting than I expected, though it’s very much an experiment still. Feel free to say hello if you like.

Results also just came back for CruelJan19 and in addition to a bunch of exciting and enjoyable stories everyone can enjoy, my entry “Out” received far more positive feedback than I expected, taking first or second place in four categories. I couldn’t be more pleased.

For the future? I love filming videos, showing off my shoes and crushing things beneath them. Definitely expect more of that. I hope to have my Pokemon fanfic edited and in paperback by the time SizeCon comes around, and I’ll keep producing some short, fresh stories every month on Patreon (and most will eventually make their way to my DeviantArt when they’re cleaned up, too).

Thanks for being here and supporting my work. Love you, my little squimps.

SizeCon 2018

TL;DR – SizeCon is an incredible, life-changing event that filled with validation, love, and fun. I’m a hundred times better as a person because of it and it means the world to me. Start planning to be in New York next summer like, now.


I’ve talked about this each year so far, but if you don’t know, SizeCon is one of the most important things in the world to me. For three years now, size enthusiasts of all sorts (expansion, growth, shrinking, weight gain, and anything else you can imagine!) have gathered in NYC for a day or two.


Never, anywhere in the world, have I experienced such an open, loving, supportive and beautiful space. SizeCon helped me realize who I am and love that person. SizeCon helped me become an open, honest, authentic partner in my marriage. SizeCon changed my life, and it continues to do that for so many people.


This year I had a paperback to bring along, and my SizeCon 2016 partner-in-crime Taedis was returning after missing last year, so we made the call to split a vendor table. This was definitely one of the best decisions I’ve made in a while–having a table immediately made people far more comfortable walking up and talking, and that’s what the entire experience of SizeCon is all about.


Anyhow, for a more chronological recap–I made the decision to drive this year. I’d found a parking lot near the airport and I had a much larger bag to transport (I brought five pairs of shoes for two days. Decisiveness is not my strong suit). It looked like about four hours or less when I researched, but I got my hair done and a late start, and that put me at the event hours after the organizational meetings I’d meant to attend.


I wasn’t alone, though. Some serious storms really mucked up air travel for a ton of guests, so we were already scrambling before the event even began. Aborigen (the beloved and brilliant), Taedis and I were chatting in our mostly set-up booths and happened to be the nearest people to Gomai (The exquisite soul responsible for so much of the business and organizing of SizeCon this year), so we were recruited for a number of various hosting and facilitating duties throughout the weekend.


I hadn’t originally planned to arrive on Friday, so I didn’t really have a plan for a place to stay. I basically threw myself on the mercy of the SizeCon Discord and Kreeyz almost immediately insisted I stay with him.


If you don’t know Kreeyz, he is perhaps the most incredibly generous soul I’ve encountered. He’s traveled from France to attend every SizeCon so far, and he always brings a huge pile of art prints and other things that he gives away to anyone who wants them.


He travels from Europe, buys an entire vendor table, and gives everything away for free. On top of that, he’s volunteered his time as SizeCon’s official/unofficial IT guy, developing interactivity devices and web apps for the event. This will sadly be his last trip for a while, but he’s looking to start a European sizegathering of some sort, and knowing his intellect and ability, I expect success.


There were a few fresh and new things at SizeCon this year, but perhaps the most amazing were the Size Cafes. Back when we first started planning for SizeCon, Gomai called me on the phone a couple times and brought up the idea of something loosely inspired by maid cafes. I was vocally dubious during the conversation, but internally I was beyond doubtful that we could pull something like that off.


Of course, life happened and I wasn’t heavily involved in the planning this year, so once I kind of jumped back into the conversation and saw GiantGripper and others moving forward and pulling these things together, I was quite surprised. I even volunteered to be a server on the Macro Cafe, figuring I had the improvisation and acting ability, and I could be mean to some tiny guests, so why not?


The night before the convention we sat in the cafe space, missing over half of our servers and struggling for plans. I ended up volunteering to host the growth cafe, and went to bed wondering how everything would work out.


Day one started out wonderfully. Plenty of curious people filled the vendor room, and we had prime spots by the front door, so I got to enjoy chatting with a ton of people right as they entered the event. It was such a rewarding thrill to welcome them with huge smiles and encouragement, and seeing them slowly start to open up as I asked about their interests and their lives started giving me those incredible feelings that are what SizeCon is all about.


I’d seen coffee, though. Word was out that a Dunkin Donuts was about a fifteen-minute walk up the street, so I ventured out. If I don’t have at least one extremely large, sugar-rich cup of coffee a day, my body collapses and everyone suffers.


I find the place, but it’s right next to an adorable little grocery store. I lost my phone charger in my car, so I pop in and check around, grabbing a box of guava pastries while I’m there. I ask the woman at the checkout if there are phone chargers behind the counter where I see batteries and other electronics, but she doesn’t understand and waves over a manager who, through a thick accent, lets me know that I’m out of luck.


He’s smiling, though, and then he follows up while she’s scanning and bagging my purchase. “I like the way that you stand.”


For context, I’m a 6’5” non-binary trans woman in a short skirt and a tight, sleeveless top. I stand very tall and make my presence known in every room. “Such a woman is very rare,” he quips as I wave with a grin and walk by, and that grin persist with me as I grab a dozen donuts and three iced coffees. It only fades as I start to realize that I have no idea where I am.


Eventually I discovered, with the help of a full family camped out at cafe tables in front of their house, that I’ve walked about eight blocks in the wrong direction on 100th. In 90-degree heat, with two bags and a drink carrier that’s disintegrated from the condensation of three melting drinks.


The cafe I’m hosting starts at 1:00, and it was already 1:05 by the time I made it back to the hotel. I have no idea what’s happening, no idea what time it is, but I rushed over to the room and found MaxGrowth being prepped for emergency hosting duties. God bless him, he and his crew are always instantly ready to do anything they can to help. I jumped in and got an idea of the situation while menus were being hastily scrawled on note cards. I got a security briefing and code words for how to handle any guests that got out of control. I got word as well that some guests at the last cafe had expressed only wanting to be served by cisgendered females, and I was suddenly concerned that I’d have to politely break some skulls.


I made the rounds with the tables and had a quick conversation with each of the guests, asking if they had any concerns or preferences or specifics they’d like us to be aware of before we started, and they were all either wide-open or smart enough not to say anything to the giant trans hostess. To be fair, I think most of them were almost as nervous as the performers, and everyone was quite sweet and fun throughout.


Our general plan was to serve everyone drinks, start with a toast to our new cafe, and play around the idea that the servers had all been slipped a growth potion of some sort in their drinks. They did a spectacular job chattering about the strange taste and feeling a little off, and from there we had them hastily change into smaller and tighter outfits and wear these platform shoes.


The tables were all tightly arranged around a tall stage and runway. I’d stayed on the raised platform throughout, and the servers had mostly moved around on the floor. For the last course, we replaced the chairs at the bar-height tables with low dining chairs to make the guests feel extra tiny.


One of the guests mentioned to Goddess Rei that their bagel wasn’t flat enough, so she politely obliged and pounded it under her fist. From that point, flattened bagels became a pretty popular food choice. Another guest felt too tiny to eat their entire cookie, so their server tore it into tiny pieces for them. I continued touching tables, being mildly condescending to everyone while checking to see if they were enjoying themselves.


Then we were hit with the biggest and most wonderful surprise. Katelyn Brooks had finally gotten a flight out and had just shown up backstage! She was originally planned to be part of the cafe, but so many people had challenges with flying in and we didn’t expect her to make it. I’ve corresponded with her just the slightest bit and used to sell some things through her site, and we did a panel together back at the first SizeCon, but the first thing she did when she saw me was give me a huge hug. Katelyn is amazing, guys, even more than you know.


At the end of it all, I was amazed. It worked. Not only did it work, it worked spectacularly. The guests felt small, and the servers felt big. Honestly one of, if not the best overall moment of SizeCon this year for me as picking on Jitensha because I could tell she was having those feelings. She was blushing and couldn’t make eye contact, so obviously I planted my hands on her table and leaned way over. I don’t even remember what I said, but Captain Rand grabbed a picture that I’ll treasure forever.


I need to take a moment to talk about Jitensha here, too. All of this SizeCon stuff really goes back to her initial plans for starting some meetups in NYC where people could come together and talk about size stuff in person, and once she put the idea out there for a full-blown convention I was so instantly convinced that it was a necessary, important thing that needed to happen.


This little girl works her ass off in a difficult and demanding field during the day, churns out awesome artwork at night, and somehow in the middle she’s a beacon of support and love for the community. She’s constantly encouraging people in need, answering questions, and somehow makes time to be a founder and prime organizer of a convention, too.


Her incredible openness and the way she talks about kink, relationships, love, and her own background and story is beyond amazing. Sitting and listening to her on panels at the first SizeCon really and truly changed my life. I love Veronica, more than anyone out there who doesn’t share my last name. She a beautiful, precious, inspiring woman that brightens the lives of everyone she touches. She is the one tiny lady that I will always protect.


Anyhow, I’m incredibly proud of all my servers. I do have to make another special note of Miles Striker here, too. I met him Friday night and originally wasn’t sure how I felt. He’s an alpha male dom adult film star, among other things, and as you’d expect he has a seriously strong personality.


It didn’t take me long to realize that Miles is an absolute joy and totally wonderful to be around. He jumped in and volunteered for the cafe and was a wonderfully boisterous and hilarious presence throughout, and later on I sat on a few panels with him and attended a social with him as well. He’s loud, positive, supportive, and I could tell he was getting that SizeCon feeling of awesome, open love too. He started sharing more of himself, and was so full of laughter and smiles all weekend. He’s a special guy, and a vicious giant man for anyone looking for one of those.


I shuttled back and forth between my booth and a number of other panels and socials I was working throughout the day. “Socials,” by the way, were a smart addition to the events planned this year. Instead of a more traditional panel format, these were places where people could just sit down in a circle and have an open conversation about things they liked, and I think that really did a lot to break down some of the initial anxiety and uncertainty some may have had starting off. I helped facilitate a foot-focused social, a dark desires panel, and most exceptionally a trans/size social.


I can’t say enough how much of a thrill and joy it is to be in a space with people who’ve shared your experiences and desires. My first time presenting as femme was the first SizeCon, and I credit SizeCon, along with my absolutely incredible and supportive wife, for helping me get to the point where I’m fully out and myself in every aspect of my daily existence. I’d still never had the chance to sit down in a room with other trans, fluid and non-binary people and really talk about our experiences. One of the enduring elements of the event is the chance to stay in touch with all of those awesome people, to learn from them and support them with my own strength and history as well.


At some point Saturday evening during the convention, I began to alcohol. Gary Pranzo and I had interacted just a touch on Twitter and I admitted to being a little too nervous at previous events to really talk and say hi. So much of his work during the 90’s and early 2000’s was extremely important to a teenage me (especially Sandra’s Revenge and a few other early videos). I still didn’t get around to talking much, but we did share a huge hug (I’m told he gets like that after a few drinks) and spend some time at a little room party later that night.


It’s mostly unrelated, but don’t let his Twitter icon fool you. Gary’s a gorgeous guy, and when we were playing ARMS, he had absolute prize-fighter poise. He’s also another one of those incredibly generous souls. I noticed him inviting basically anyone at the Con who was interested to stop by his room for the two Vs–Vodka and VR.


Mabo, Owlizard, Alovera, and some others who I didn’t properly meet or am utterly failing at recalling their names (I was offered several drinks) spent some time in the room with a Super Nintendo emulator box, laughing and drinking and moving through Street Fighter, Killer Instinct, and eventually spending far too much time realizing that Home Improvement is a shockingly playable platformer.


I forgot to mention IamFilledWithStatic! Her booth was right across from ours and right away I noticed she had an adorable Roadhog print displayed. My wife and I are huge Overwatch junkies, so one of the first things I did was pick up the print, a button, and ask if she did any other Overwatch art. I wound up commissioning a D.Va portrait (my wife’s favorite) to match the style of Roadhog so we could frame them and put them on the wall by our screens for when we play together. I’ll definitely be sharing them together once it’s all done, but aside from being super talented, she’s also incredibly sweet and I greatly enjoyed having her with me as a panelist a few times.


There’s a lot of blurred moments, of course. SizeCon is about love, acceptance and support above everything else, and I try my best to embody that in every moment. I hugged so, so many people throughout the weekend, and so many others took time out of their days to show their love for me, smile and share a bit of their lives and just be overall wonderful.


I had to miss the writers’ panel this year because it conflicted with my cafe, but my friends from previous years were still so wonderful to me. Anoka, Vicki, Mythical-Cupcake, we didn’t get a lot of time but it was still so special to see you.


While we were cleaning up, after Katelyn said goodbye and gave me another hug (so cool!), Morgana came by to say hello and started complimenting my style, which was incredibly validating because she’s just so freakin’ gorgeous and her outfits are fantastic. She asked if I had a business card or anything, and I totally failed to get some of those made. I was so emotional and overwhelmed by the end-of-con feelings that I just gave her my book because it has my name and website inside.


I closed out the weekend with a trip to a Korean barbecue spot with Taedis, Kreeyz, Aborigen, and a new friend James who’d been coming out of his shell and was wonderfully interactive in our panels, even stepping in to host a social in my absence when I showed up twenty minutes late. Somehow our Lyft driver accepted shoving five people into four seats as we shuttled off for Manhattan (I think?), and beer, barbecue and dumplings were enjoyed by all.


It took two hours and two different shuttles to get back to my car, an extra $22 in unexpected fees to get it back. By midnight I’d started the trip back home. I might have gotten six or seven hours of sleep during the entire weekend, so the journey was brutal and filled with many stops for power naps, snacks and drinks. Next year I’ll probably go back to taking the train, especially now that I’ve learned how swiftly you can grab a ride.


Despite this being grotesquely long and rambling, I’ve still left out so much. Grievance  was such an amazing help. I left my VGA cord behind for the monitor I was using for a display at my booth and immediately he jumped into action, digging through his boxes of gadgets and eventually just setting me up with an entire monitor out of nowhere. He and Demora were great presences and both did so much to help make this year possible.


I mentioned GiantGripper briefly before, but good god, he was basically responsible for almost everything related to the cafes and he pulled them off brilliantly. Both this year and last he was a lot of fun and a great supportive presence for SizeCon as a whole.


I also barely mentioned Gomai, but you have to know that last year when we weren’t sure how we’d get a third SizeCon going, he stepped in and literally made everything happen, coordinating so many elements of a whole convention from all the way out on the other side of the country. He’s such a refined, positive, sharp individual, and we’re all so lucky to have him with us.


I know I’ve forgotten to mention people and events somehow through all of this. If I’ve left you out, know that I love you and I’m delighted for the time we shared. To the seven people who survived reading this whole thing, I love you too, and I’ll see you next year.


Shhhhh. Don’t make excuses. I’ll see you next year.


The Past, the Present, and Patreon?

Sizefriends, it’s been a while, hasn’t it? Here we are at the twilight of one year and the birth of another, so let’s talk about both years and what they mean to me.

The first thing I have to mention is that 2017 was the first year that I’ve spent fully “out,” so to speak. It’s been amazing being myself, dressing how I want and going to work and the grocery store and everywhere else in stilettos and stockings and skirts. It’s still very much an adventure every day, but it’s amazing personal progress that continues to excite me.

I was also a part of SizeCon II, and that experience was just as spectacular and uplifting as the first in its own unique ways. I talked about it some here but the best part was definitely getting to spend some personal time with people I’ve only really known online and building friendships. It looks like a third event will be coming this year and I absolutely can’t wait.

For my writing, I focused almost exclusively on the awesome partnership I’ve had with SorenZer0 this year. We released “Katie, Episode 5” and “Beneath,” along with “A Gift for Two,” an awesome 360 VR image story that’s totally free. I did put out a couple short stories of my own, “Awakeningand “Pressure, but I want to do more.

I’ve made the call to start this new year exclusively focusing on my own work. S0ren and I have done incredible work together and made some the most exquisite and captivating media out there, and I’ve been fortunate enough that many of you were captivated enough to support me by purchasing our work. It’s been tremendously helpful to have some extra income over the past few years, the time’s come for me to work on building something of my own.

Here are my goals for 2018. I’m going to set weekly word count writing goals to keep constantly producing. I’m going to finish at least one of my currently in-progress novels, and release at least one story a month for everyone to enjoy.

I want to get into voice recordings, too. I did some theater work in school and have a talent for dramatic reading and dialog. We’ll have to see how it goes, but it’s something I want to experiment with.

It’s not going to be easy to replace the sorely needed income from my collaborations as I start out this year, but I’m hoping for some help to get things going. For those of you that love what I create and are willing and able to help me create more, I’ve launched a Patreon and hope to make it a rewarding place for my supporters. I want it to be a place where I can share and discuss my projects as they’re coming together and get feedback for building better content and improving a corner of our community. I’m also launching a Discord server along with this, originally to be used for special Patron-exclusive events, but also, ideally, to build into a healthy place for anyone who enjoys the same sorts of things I enjoy writing about.

These are, of course, some very new things that I’m exploring and I’m very open to suggestions and feedback. The goal for all of this is to create an environment that’s rewarding to everyone involved, and whether you help by becoming a Patron, sharing, offering feedback or purchasing my work, I’m forever grateful for you and what your support means for my life, my writing and my family.

Thank you for everything. Let’s do something excellent together.

With love,


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Sizecon! New Story! Adulation! Joy!

I’m writing this from a hotel room in New York on the morning before SizeCon 2017’s second day. I had attended the first SizeCon last April and the experience was absolutely life-changing. The environment of openness, of love and acceptance and friendship was unlike anything I’d ever experienced, either in the size community or elsewhere. The people I met and the conversations I had pushed me to accept myself and my desires. I opened up to loved ones with confidence, and my relationships deepened and changed for the better. I came out to my work as gender queer and happily wear my dresses and heels to the office I manage.

This year has been everything I wanted and more. The venue is spectacular. The panels are polished and professional. People attending for the first time are powerfully connecting and experiencing that same eye-opening joy that I’m relishing for the second time. SizeCon is changing lives again and I’m so filled with love and delight to be a part of this critical and beautiful experience.

Before I get ready to head down for day two, I wanted to share a new story with everyone. There had been an effort to put together a collection of stories for SizeCon, but for various reasons beyond our control the publication never made it into being. “Awakening” is a quick little 4,000 word story that tries to capture some of the positive feelings one can experience in an environment like this, but with a delicious sort of Miss Kaneda twist that I really enjoyed. Also, this whole story was totally inspired by the image above, by the wickedly talented artist Gorilla09. Check out their dA, and I’m sure you’ll like what you find.

So, enjoy “Awakening,” on my dA here. Love yourselves and your awesome fantasies, and if you’re here at SizeCon, I’ll see you downstairs in an hour.

With love,


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Old, New, and Sexy Shoes

It’s time to get serious, folks. And by that, I mean it’s time to do some serious writing. It’s been about a year since I accepted a managerial position at my day job, and that’s rather decimated the time I used to have for creating these exquisite tales of tiny victims suffering for the sadistic pleasures of sultry and sophisticated women.

I’ve squeezed in as much writing as I could manage here and there throughout the year and released a few things. Most of this year has been focused on one particular project, and that project is just days away from release. beneath___coming_soon__by_sorenzer0-dbeju6h

“Beneath” has been in the works since last September. It’s been through more revisions and rewrites than anything I’ve ever done, and now that I’ve seen (and heard) the nearly completed versions I can’t say how excited I am.

And I did say “heard!” Newcomer Brook Caine has done an exceptional job narrating “Beneath,” adding a whole new dimension of exhilarating appeal. Cruel, demeaning dialog is one of my favorite things to write, and hearing my work read aloud is really a special thrill. I’ll leave the previews and details to another post once the story’s officially released, but let this image entice you for now.

Beyond that, I was reading through the Amazon listings for my stories the other day. I haven’t had as much time as I would like to keep up with my site and market my work, but I had brought Conquest up to a friend on Twitter recently and was thinking about how not nearly enough people have had the chance to read my science fiction novel. I also noticed a really swell review for it. Check it out here if you’re interested.

I just uploaded Conquest to my Gumroad to let you all acquire it more directly.  I had the thought that people might be slightly more willing to purchase fetish erotica through a less public site. Either way, Conquest is deep, compelling, complex and filled with an excellent variety of appealing scenes. There’s city destruction. There’s a giantess fighting an army. There’s same-size domination. There’s betrayal and lust and a wonderfully innumerable amount of people smashed to smears. Read a little preview here and purchase the full version here.

For the future, I’ve had some recent changes that should give me the chance to take a more focused and professional approach to my work. I’m considering trying some new things, such as possibly taking a very limited number of commissions or even trying to figure out the wonderful world of Patreon to let me write on a much more consistent basis. I’ve always been hesitant to delve into such things because I had concerns that I wouldn’t be able to offer enough to my supporters, but now that I can invest several hours into my work on a regular basis, I might be able to accomplish quite a lot.

When I started writing it was entirely for fun. When I started selling stories, it was an experiment that also happened to help me build my wardrobe. Now, your support is literally helping me pay my bills. I’m hoping that with a little extra effort, I can get back to affording the important things in life again.

Anyhow, this has gone on longer than I intended. I’ll check in again soon when “Beneath” is ready to share with all of you, and in the unlikely case that’s not for a few weeks, see you all at SizeCon!



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Vanishing Days, Deleted Scenes.

I can’t believe how the year is so swiftly disappearing. There’s a lot of things happening and a few things that already have happened that I might not have shared. Let’s start from the beginning (of the year), and follow along for some delicious cruel giantess content.

Back in January, Aborigen and some others put together a fun little short story contest called Cruel January, in which a number of authors submitted stories in a competition to showcase their own unique takes on cruelty. You can find all the entries here and, if you like, head directly to my story “Pressure.”

I ran through a lot of ideas, but it took some work to put something together, as some of the caveats were that the story had to be macro-themed (giant people in a normal world) and also under 2,000 words. I tend to have a penchant for spinning complex and lengthy tales, and spend much more time working with women who like to shrink and torture their prey. “Pressure” turned out to be a quick, refreshing and, to my thoughts, quite exciting little read. I hope you’ll look into it and enjoy.

Beyond that, I certainly haven’t gotten as much done as I would like, but in an unexpected and thrilling turn of events, I actually submitted two drafts of totally new stories in the same week! One is for an upcoming collection of stories in support of the rapidly approaching SizeCon, and the other for a brand new collaboration with my beautiful friend SorenZer0.

In the course of writing stories meant for illustration, I’ve on occasion gotten carried away and forgotten about the practicality of the scenes I’m creating. I’m in the process of final edits at this point, but I did write such a scene that had to be excised in full, so I decided to share that with all of you. If you like how this deleted scene feels, definitely keep your eyes here in the coming weeks and months.

It’s a brief update, I know, but I’ve missed you tiny squimps. Some changes are coming at my day job that will hopefully free me up just a little more, and I have a couple unfinished novels (one being the shameless Pokemon Y fanfiction that I started years ago) that need my attention.

Best wishes, little lovelies.


Katie, Ep. 4 and a Christmas Story!

Goodness, it feels like it’s been forever. The Holiday Season is a many-headed monster that looms above us all and devours both sanity and time, but I’m carving out a brief moment this Chrismas Eve to share a few updates.

First and most excitingly, the fourth episode in my ongoing illustrated series Katie was published a few weeks ago. It’s a bit of a departure for both the series and my own style, but in that way I also feel like it provides something special to fans of my work and Katie herself.

This may be a bit of spoilers, but for the first time in the series, nobody is crushed or maimed or killed. This might be as close as I get to gentle, though trust that Katie is still plenty vicious and cruel. It’s just early, and she’s a bit sleepy and disinterested, so some casual dehumanizing torment seems like a good way to start the day.

It’s a more intimate story in a way, too. Katie still treats and uses Eric as a disposable little toy, but he’s closer to her than ever before, all alone in her presence, up against her bare skin, squirming under her fingers and wriggling beneath her toes…

It’s fun, it’s gorgeous, and I can’t wait to continue Katie and Eric’s story soon.

I also just released an ebook version of “To Give and Receive,” a Christmas story featuring the Teammates girls. Nikki, Mandy and Kristen are some of the most delightful and exciting characters I’ve ever created. The combined dynamic of a serene hyperdomme, a sassy, pushy submissive and a violent sadist combined as best friends gives me the chance to create so many fun and exciting scenes and explore so many different kinds of scenarios and fantasies. Each girl has such a distinct voice and nature, and I could enjoy playing them off of each other forever.

“To Give and Receive” is filled with a few of my favorite things. It’s told from Mandy’s point of view, which allows me to have some fun exploring the submissive perspective. Illustrating the excitement and thrill that she gets from licking the snow from Nikki’s stilettos or writhing in pleasure and pain beneath Kristen’s boots is a special delight, letting her be the hungry, worshipful observer as Kristen receives her own special, darker gift makes those scenes exciting in a special sort of way.

So, basically these are pretty much my favorite characters in perhaps my favorite story ever. Aren’t the Holidays the perfect time to indulge in some red hot fetish fiction? Of course they are.

There’s a few more projects that I have in the works, but I don’t want to start talking about them too much until I make some significant progress, which has been horribly slow as of late. I will say that I’m taking part in a fun little contest called Cruel January. A bunch of folks are writing quick, 2,000 words or less macro size fetish pieces focused on illustrating cruelty. Obviously I had to jump in, and the contest is still open to entries until the end of the year. If you’re not up for writing, there’ll be a need for judges, too. It should be a bunch of fun and a great challenge (as brevity is so not my strong suit).

It’s been a long time since I shared an update and I do have so much more to talk about, but, well–there’s that previous comment about brevity. I’ve already gone on too long, so I’ll plan on sharing something more soon. Maybe a 2016 retrospective next week, who knows?

Thank you to anyone reading this for your appreciation and support. I’m blessed to be part of a special community and to have the friends and fans that I do. I hope you all can continue to enjoy my work, and do reach out and say hello anytime.

With love,


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Katie Ep. 3, and Comment Buttons!

It took us a long time to get there, but Katie Episode Three, “Aftermath,” is finally available! Check it out here if you want to skip ahead to the good part.

Katie is in many ways a big dream come true for me. I had this idea for a long time to work on a more extended and detailed serialized story to try and tell a deeper tale about a girl and her relationship with tiny people. The character Katie appeared in the first story I ever wrote, “Trained Pets,” back many years ago. In that story she’s a young teen, accustomed to keeping Littles as pets and just learning how much she enjoys mistreating, even abusing the tiny facsimiles of human life.

This series takes place years later, and Katie is seen from the eyes of a particular frightened, freshly captured Little man. Violence and cruelty has become casual, a matter of course for Katie now, and Littles are fragile, disposable toys that she tortures and crushes with ease. She’s an awe-inspiring sadistic goddess to her tiny, helpless captives, but she’s still a complex, developing girl, filled with all the volatile emotions, conflict and confusion that a modern schoolgirl lives with.

This may come as a surprise, but I’m usually not one for planning out my projects with any great detail. Maybe half of the time my more lengthy stories have an ending in mind, but my writing process generally moves from one vivid, compelling moment to the next, filling in the dark and sultry details along the way.

I give all the credit in the world to my partner SorenZer0 for forcing me to think bigger with Katie. The first thing I wrote for this series was the final chapter, and then I started working on how we’d get to that point. S0ren has been the one to push  me and encourage me to explore so many more aspects of Katie and Eric’s world that we now have ideas for nearly a dozen episodes, with at least four more planned out in detail, two of which already have written drafts

Katie is going to be a big project for us for months and maybe years to come. If you having checked it out yet, I’d love for you to jump in at the beginning and follow along. Now that I’ve launched this site, it’s easier than ever to pick up our works together. Purchases are more direct and carry more payment options than ever before, so pop on over and check out the store, hmm?

Finally, I’m still working on adding features and building a more exciting and interactive website. I believe I’ve figured out how to add more prominent Comment Buttons to my blog posts and I’ll be going back to add them to each one. If you have thoughts or suggestions for my site, though, please, please, please share them! I love hearing from my fans and I’d love even more to interact with all of you even more than I do already.

Thanks so much for all the support I’ve received so far. I could never create such spectacular things without all of you backing and encouraging me as you do.

With love,


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“Disposable” and “Lydia!”

The work I do with SorenZer0 is so compelling and exciting to me. I started creating stories to help indulge my own fantasies and to also create something special and unique among the slew of size fetish media available in the world. The experience of working with someone to bring those stories to life with spectacular, thrilling imagery is unlike anything else.

Disposable” was the first story we worked together on with the intent to create something magnificent enough that we could put it up for sale, and even though it’s been out there for a while now, it remains one of the hottest and most enjoyable things I’ve ever done. It hits on a lot of my special sweet spots, so to speak. I love the idea of torturing an entire family together and creating that emotional turmoil as they watch their loved ones suffer and die in terrible ways. I also love having a second girl involved, especially when one is clearly superior and dominant over the other. There is the domme, the submissive, and then there are their inconsequential, tiny disposable toys.

If you’ve never checked this story out and you enjoy my work, you’ll absolutely find lots to enjoy. Sneakers, boots, socks, crush, worship… all the best things in life.

I also just put together “Lydia” in ebook format. It’s available for free from all the usual ebook retailers and it’s a little different than other things I’ve done. I was asked to write a part for “Kill3rs,” a really cool collaboration that CrushedBoyWonder put together with EmmaGear, me, and Tinyone234, and this was what I wrote to sort of get a feel for the character. Lydia’s a giantess, but in this story she’s normal-sized and shopping for heels to wear out “on the town,” so to speak. I imagined what it would be like for a woman who’s used to dominating hundreds of tiny people to indulge herself in teasing and tormenting a single hapless salesman, and that’s where this came from.

So, that’s what’s old and new for now. Katie 3 is getting close to finished, and I’ve just gotten the chance to see all of S0ren’s unedited renders for the story, so that’s absolutely something for all of us to look forward to. SizeCon ’17 is starting its planning phases, too, so I’m certainly excited about that. I’ll try to be a little more regular in my blogs going forward, as I certainly have more to talk about.

With love,


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Gumroad Time!

I’ve been struggling mightily with finding an appropriate and attractive distributor for my illustrated stories that I’ve done with the lovely and talented SorenZer0, and today I’ve finally accomplished something delightful!

I had originally set everything up to work with Scribd for their ease of integration, but I quickly discovered that they simply do not work on mobile platforms. My much more recent discovery is that it is far easier than I thought to set up Gumroad for my work. My stories page has received a significant update as a result: check it out! It is, after all, my birthday today, and while this updated and tremendously easy-to-use platform is my little gift to you, nothing would please me more to see people checking out my most prolific and exciting works, along with S0ren’s absolutely gorgeous art.

Other than that, I’ve taken on a promotion at my decidedly less sexy job, and it’s currently murdering my writing time. I am, however, working on a draft for Katie 4 now that episode 3 is finished from a writing standpoint. S0ren’s started working on illustrations for it as of last night, so hopefully we’ll have that to share with all of you soon!

Yours in love and commerce,


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