Okay – so, phew. Due to medical issues, December was a rough month for me. As it turned out, I couldn’t quite keep up with the production schedule at the time, but as of a few days ago, I finally got everything on December’s schedule released. However, due to the delays (again, being sick and in the hospital sucks), the January schedule is going to be a bit different than previous months (both in the actual days of release and the adherence to a hard-and-fast schedule). That said, I will get everything scheduled out in this calendar month, and I hope to be completely caught up before February rolls around. I guess that’s a long way of asking that you all remain patient with me as I get everything back on track.
Regardless of the difficulties I had with the month, though, I am proud of the releases. They were really well received, and I did have a good time putting them together. That said, I’ll just jump right into a recap so we all know what I’m talking about.
The first release was “Repression”. In it, after a young man falls for an older woman, she whisks off across the country to a new life. Once he’s settled in, though, he finds himself dressing and acting more and more femininely, ending up completely feminized. Features the incomparable Emily Willis.
Next was “Spy”, which told the story of a quartet of covert agents who are tasked with infiltrating a feminist organization. The two men pose as the submissive partners of the two women, and both end up completely changed. Features Holly Hendrix and Gianna Nicole.
Finally, there was December’s book release, “Sorceress”. It wasn’t actually released until a few days ago (when I finally finished it), but I’m counting it anyway! In any case, it’s the first in an intended series of stories about a young man who, after accidentally opening a portal to another plane, is thrust into a world of magic. Learning that he has what it takes to become a magic user in his own right, he’s also startled to discover that doing so will drain his masculinity until he’s a complete female. The story follows him as he becomes her, and she learns about the daunting new world.
So, that was December. Some of those have been in my mind for quite some time, and I was really glad to get them on paper (metaphorically speaking; I know it’s all digital!). But I think January has the potential to be even better, mostly because I intend to release four (you read that right!) new pieces this month. So, without further ado, I’ll jump right into the schedule.
First up is “A Mother’s Gift”, featuring Ava Dalush. In it, an older woman insists that her young husband sleeps with other men (to spice up their marriage). However, when her son discovers his stepfather’s secret, the two develop a very intimate relationship. Soon, the former young husband is pushed into a life of femininity. To be released on 1/14/2020.
After that is an as-yet-untitled story about a misogynistic porn producer who’s forced to get in front of the camera. I’m not completely sure as to the star yet, but I’m leaning towards Nina Elle. To be released on 1/22/2020.
The third caption story, which is a bit of an apology for last month’s schedule disruption, will be a brand-new Girl-a-Matic guide entitled “How to Sissify your Stepfather”. The name is pretty self-explanatory in that it is a (obviously fictional) guide detailing how to feminize a father figure. It features Raylene. The planned release date is 1/26/2020.
And, finally, we come to January’s book release. This one’s entitled “Women’s Studies”, and it will follow a young man as he’s tricked by his new, feminist girlfriend into becoming a feminized and submissive sissy.
So, like I said – January’s going to be a really fun month. If you’d like to read any of my stories (almost a hundred caption stories and twenty-plus books), you can do so by becoming a member of my site (Gold for access to the caption stories, Platinum to get access to the caption stories as well as my books). Just click the following link to be redirected to that page:
Also, for those who haven’t voted yet, I put up a poll asking what your favorite caption stories from 2019 were. It’s been going for a few days, now, but I’d love to get your input! It’ll help guide me to the sorts of stories you all like the best. So, just click on the following link to be redirected to the post featuring the poll: