Monthly Archives: September 2016

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Sorry about the late posting guys, my head has been completely tied up in an event I was running this weekend and I had no net access to post this sooner.  I have a new chapter of His Blood for you, and I hope you can enjoy that.

Because I just don’t have the brainpower to write real thoughts down right now, I am going to leave you with a poll on what you would like to see next week.

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Characters (Women)

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Today I am posting the last of what I have written for Shame’s Desire.  Chapter 21 reveals some more about the Dark Emperor and has a lot of Bellatrix drama.  Because of work stuff and an event I will be running next weekend, you all will be getting more His Blood next week.  But I hope to have new Shame’s Desire the following week.

Now I am planning to do give you my opinions and thoughts of the many female characters I work with from the Harry Potter universe.  I may make future additions to the characters I talk about, but these are the closets to my heart.

Hermione Granger

It took me a while to decide on who to start with, but in the end I decided on Hermione for many reasons.  Her being a member of the “golden-trio” being a big part of it.  Hermione is a strong woman who knows her own mind from the very start of the series.  She is an important resource for Harry as the stories go on and is a hero in her own right.  It is easy for many readers to see her value as it is made very clear in the books that without her Harry would be lost.

I feel I have to mention her race, only because it was a hot topic when it came out a black woman would be playing her in the new play.  Unfortunately for my imagination I actually watched the first movie before I started to read the books, so I tend to think of her as Emma Watson.  But ever since the casting I have had little problem imagining her the other way was well.  I have no real opinion on it and I welcome my readers to imagion Hermione any way they wish.

When I first started writing fan fiction I had a great aversion to using her in my stories.  I just wasn’t that interested in her.  Like Harry her story was out there already and I didn’t think there was a lot of need to explore the character further.  When I started work on Smell of Submission I didn’t think it would be more than one story, but I’ve enjoyed exploring Hermione’s submissive side in it and other works I’ve done with Voldemort.

Luna Lovegood

I’ve always loved Luna from the books.  I saw her as this quirky girl that just had her own way of looking at the world.  I know many women reading the Harry Potter books say they see themselves in Hermione, but she was never relatable for me.  Luna on the other hand I could relate to, which is probably why I like her so much.  She si a soft spoken girl when sees the world in a way that no one around her really understands or believes.

In my stories I try to keep true to the core of who she is, while at the same time letting her grow with the things she must face in that tale.  I think this growth is most notable in the Face Trilogy where she starts off a bit off from herself and has to forge a somewhat new identity in order to survive.

Ginny Weasley

Ginny is a strong and fiery witch that doesn’t take a lot of guff because she has six older brothers that she has to keep up with.  She grows to be a strong woman after having to face her own darkness at age eleven.  She is a safe harbor for Harry because she knows the face of Voldemort in a way no one else in the world can, which means she is one of the few women he doesn’t have to explain anything to.

In my work I liked to use the darkness that she has already been through to make her a more corruptible character.  I enjoy pairing her with either Draco or Voldemort because of who her family is and what she when through her in youth.  I like the drama that is created when she is paired with the dark wizards, though obviously I like dark wizards.

Characters (Men)

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Today I am posting Chapter 20 of Shame’s Desire .  It is the last chapter I have ready to post, but I hope to have another one ready next week.  if I don’t I will be posting another chapter of His Blood.

Any story is made up of characters.  There are many to choose from in the Harry Potter universe.  It is one of the reasons I liked to write Harry Potter fan-fiction, I have so mach to work with.  I would even go so far as to say Hogwarts itself has character like qualities.  Today I am going to walk about what I personally think of some of the character that are often used in Harry Potter fan-fiction.

Harry Potter

So I obviously have to start with the title character, because it would just be silly not to.  Harry Potter is a classic “reluctant hero”.  He doesn’t want to be savior of the wizarding world.  He would much rather be an average kid with a loving mom and dad.  I think even if he couldn’t get his parents back, he would give up the title of savior.  Well he would give it up if the world didn’t need saving, but since it does there is no one he would have take his place.  Not because of ego, but because he wouldn’t want anyone else to have to go through it.  Yeah he is a martyr as well.

Now I hardly ever use Harry as a main character in one of my stories unless I have messed with the core of who he is.  In the Sense of Submission series I have turned his dominance up to eleven, and given him a much more serious view of the world.  I have also gotten rid of his aversion to dark magic and made him question what that even means.

In the Face Trilogy I’ve just introduced the real Harry Potter, and there are already some readers who can tell something is off about him.  It is part of the plot so I won’t go into it now, but it is there.  Even in the spicy little Spark of Dark, Harry was corrupted by darkness.

It is only when he is a secondary character that he is much more like the Harry Potter we known from cannon.  You’ll be seeing more of him in Shame’s Desire, and in the rewrite of Quidditch Lessons, but he will be much more like himself in both.

Lord Voldemort

I feel the need to warn my readers that I am about to rip apart this character.

Voldemort is pure evil.  He represents all that is wrong with wizarding society and then some.  In cannon he a caricature just this side of mustache twisting villain.  He is two diminutional.   Even the bits of backstory, and motivations don’t do anything to round out who he is.  He was much more believable and scary as a elemental force of evil that he was in the first three books.  We are told many times in the books that he is super smart, but he doesn’t make very many smart choices.  But this is all okay because at the end of the day Harry Potter is a story for kids and in kid stories evil can just be evil.

Now after all that I should tell you I actually like the Lord Voldemort character.  Because we only see one side of him, I am more able as a fan-fiction writer to manipulate what we know about him and turn him into the bad guy that I need.  he is easy to pair with pretty much anyone, the only thing one needs to give the paired character someone he values and wants.

In the Face Trilogy Ginny has many things Voldemort wants.  He is from an old wizarding family, and she is seen as his enemies girlfriend which he uses to help himself politically.  In any of my many shorts about Hermione her intelligence is where it really begins and ends, but I also usually add in some dark mysterious power, just to make things really fun.  I don’t really have any posted stories that pair him with anyone else, but I do have one in the works that will pair him with Luna.  In it I plan to make her an oracle, and we all know how into divination Voldemort is.

Ron Weasley

Ron is sort of an everyman.  He is average in almost every way.  But even with all his leaving and coming back, Ron is loyal.  Even when he isn’t talking to Harry, he works the best he can to try and protect him.  He is the guy that stand next to the limelight just out of view and is hard on him, but in the end he rises to the challenge.

I don’t use Ron a lot as a main character.  He’s just too much of a straight shooter to use for the kind of stories I like to tell.  But I as a secondary character I try to keep as close to a cannon depiction as I can.  In Smell of Submission he blows his stack a lot, but at least he has Luna to calm him back down.  In the Face Trilogy he has the brotherly protectiveness and stubbornness we wall love.

Draco Malfoy

Draco is the childhood advisory for the golden trio.  Because of this he comes off as childish a lot of the time.  Until his sixth year with his father in prison he is insulated from the real world.  But we know that he is intelligent as he is the second in their year.  We assume he is charming because so many people go along with his ideas when he does mean pranks to Harry and others.  But in the books we see these things from afar because of his place in the story.

I use Draco a lot.  He is one of my favorite male leads and the lead of my very first fan-fiction.  I make him everything that a good Slytherin should be, cunning, charming, and manipulative.  This I think is obvious in every story I write about him.

Blaise Zabini

Blaise is a non character in the books.  We know he is a blood-purist.  We know he is beautiful.  We know he is a chaser on the Slytherin Quidditch team.  Besides for that he has like two lines in the entire series.

I personally always make Blaise a bit of man slut.  He is so pretty he has to spread it around.  I also tend to make him smart and charming like Draco, but usually he ends up seconding to Draco for whatever reason.  Probably the fact that the Malfoy line has more political power.

So because it is nearly time to post and this got a bit longer than I was thinking, I’ve split in two.  I will be talking about the women of Harry Potter next week!

Sense of Submission

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The post for today is going to be chapter 19 of Shame’s Desire.  I am trying really hard to get this one finished and done so I can turn my focus towards other things.  Wish me luck I have like.. Sevenish chapters left to write

It is time to talk about my most popular series Sense of Submission.  I know it isn’t exactly a series yet for you guys because I have only one story posted, but I swear you are going to get more soonish.  I actually have the first two chapters of Sound of Submission written and I am just waiting until I have a bit more and have finished Shame’s Desire to start posting it.

The Sense of Submission series has five books planned for it.  One for each of the five senses.  If your interested in the order of the senses they are smell, sound, taste, touch, and then sight.  I don’t have an outline for them all yet, but I have chosen the main villains/obstacles Harry will be facing in each one.

In the first book Harry easily settled into his position as a Dark Wizard.  Some the people around him had a harder time with this than others, but in the end he seems to have brought all his new allies together.  He even saved Hermione from a the fate of serving an unworthy master.

In the following books Harry will slowly reveal in existent of his plans to those who are closest to him.  He isn’t trusting easily in these books because he knows that it may be hard for some of those he’s known for years to understand the change in him and not think of him as evil right away.  On the sexual front this series will continue to be harem in nature, with Hermione being Harry main focus and favorite.  It will obviously explore more and maybe even darker BDSM themes.  There will also be future side chapters for the other characters such as Ron/Luna, Ginny/Snape, and other yet to be announced couples that will form.  But I’m not going into fortune plot any more than that, as I know you all would rather read it in a story than than just have me spoil it all in my blog.

As nothing for the future stories are in stone yet, I would be interested to hear you ideas.  You see Sense of Submission all started because I asked my readers what they would like to read so it seems with tradition if I ask you again.  What other pairings would you like to see form?  What kinky things should Harry or others subject our submissives to?  (Oh and for those of you who were wondering, I have a few male subs and female Doms in the works.)  I interested to know what you all want and what you think.