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  1. Kate
    September 24, 2010 at 8:25 am

    Remittance Girl,

    Thank you, as always, for what you do and for posting your work online.

    I have read the existing chapters of _Tales of the Mumbai Coven_ several times now, usually around Hallowe’en, but I think I have been remiss with regard to thanking you for that particular series. It is really, really enjoyable, and I hope that it brought you much dark delight in writing it.

    Much appreciated.

  2. Sara
    October 5, 2010 at 3:46 am

    Thank you for allowing your art to be viewed by everyone. I’ve recently read ‘The Teacher’ and really appreciate the way you have turned submissivenism from being brought about by abuse and weakness, to a desire centered on trust.

    Thank you.

  3. Sugar
    December 24, 2010 at 5:34 am

    hi, i just finished reading beautiful losers. please finish it, it was absolutely brilliant

  4. Ashes
    December 27, 2010 at 11:55 am

    I really enjoy the work you post & the discussions. Any eta on some closure on Beautiful Losers?


  5. Labarge
    May 23, 2011 at 3:28 am

    Finding your elegant fiction online is like stumbling into a sunlit clearing in a forest drear. Delicious imagery, finely drawn characters, wicked insights…sigh.

    Thanks for sharing your gifts.


  6. charrlote Lyllie dela Salle
    July 9, 2011 at 10:51 am

    Hej Girl,
    I have not read much but I found always sad when someone has a low moment, special in the outlook on oneself, so I would love to send you some confort. I guess you are terribly attractive person so it just feel right to take time off to reflect on past work. Inspiration will come back, in that subject it is almost infinit because we touch 2 very intimates side oneself who are often at opposit ends. In writing I have no ideas but the subject is so abstract the concept that is must be easy to fall in the trap of illustrated aesthetic taking over the sensual fantasy, masturbating loses the fantasy of projection in favour of a descriptiv without soul.One become technical and lose its poetry, the set changes but the action remain repetitiv because one has lost the charms of the dream.
    Still I am neither a writer nor an fine art artist, I am just a retired whore who loves playing about.
    Best wishes for your recovery, Charrlote (unknown to you but aware of you ).

  7. Caroline
    August 30, 2011 at 3:53 am

    Did you write a story set in a silversmiths? It was one of my favourites but I can’t find it now and wonder if I imagined it (only my imagination isn’t that good).

    • September 1, 2011 at 9:21 am

      I did. It was called “Pleasure’s Apprentice.’ But it has been accepted in Violet Blue’s “Best Women’s Erotica 2012” so I had to take it off my site.

      • anastaria
        June 28, 2014 at 6:58 pm

        Im reading these comments and finding that you have been published and therefore had to take them down. I have no idea how to get ahold of this lost (or is it found) works. It is an incredible thing you do and I could never thank you enough. It is exactly as the one person said, stumbling upon this online is so refreshing and eye opening and all around enjoyable, I try to comment on everything of yours that I read and have started making a list for myself of the titles and readings. I hope that you have a hard copy somewhere, even if its in handwriting so that one day hundreds of years from now someone might find the artifact and share it for ages to come. Please think about that, perhaps a time capsule? The idea that you may be lost to the times truly breaks my heart and I am would do anything to make sure that doesn’t happen. Selfishly and untruthfully I wish you didn’t have a life and could continue writing for us, like in objects of please, I’m going to test you out on my husband, make him read or read it to him. I will tell you if his reaction is interesting although he is not very appreciative of art or literature outside of pure fantasy in the “Eragon” type of way.

  8. Ruby
    November 29, 2011 at 5:04 pm

    Hi RG, Any chance you could put “The Illustrated Teacher” back online? It is a sublime story. There are lines from that piece that are so resonant and memorable to me, I would love to read it again. I saw in another comment where someone else had requested it, just wanted to second that request! Cheers!

  9. Eva
    February 24, 2012 at 9:54 pm

    I really love your writing style… kinda varies! Please update “the voice”

  10. C
    October 13, 2012 at 8:21 am

    I love the way you leave your readers teased and hanging — intellectually. Yes, your words titillates senses but more importantly, you always make it to ignite an introspection and leave someone in the depths of convoluted rumination of human nature and psychology. Very existential.

    Your writings are eating up my weekends.

  11. Larry
    December 14, 2012 at 10:07 am

    My wife and I often enjoy art together. We usually debate the meaning/importance of a work. Your writing was the first time we both took different things away from the experience, and both agreed the other’s viewpoint was valid. I’d like to thank you for enriching our life’s.


  12. Cofokl
    November 27, 2013 at 6:50 pm

    I was so shock-aroused by the Pleasure’s Apprentice that I think my innards reorganised a few times over since then. It just took me away to a place where nothing about my sex life right now was good enough. And it was very good before… I thought. So, in a sence, I guess I was sexually ravished in the best possile way 😛 wow, thank you. It was just what I needed – to be taken, properly, mentally, and it almost felt physical, too.
    I came back to this site after a few years. From that period, the Illustrated teached still resonates in my bones. He has become a part of me, for ever. So thank you for that one, too.
    More recently, I have also thoroughly enjoyed the Therapy. I love it when there is just a little bit of the male fragility in it all. Such a great quality in a trully first class dom.

    Bless you RG.

  13. Neil
    January 26, 2014 at 6:13 pm

    Apart from the sensuality aspects, you are a very skilled writer of short stories. Reminds me of a lost talent from many years ago! I really hope you will remain a prolific author.

  14. January 29, 2014 at 1:40 pm

    Fantastic. Some of the absolute best erotica out there. Thank you so much for sharing with us, and for writing outside the box. I’ll be coming back often.

  15. Taut
    February 11, 2014 at 1:47 am

    Remittance Girl, I’ve come to your stories lately; many thanks to heroic Violet Blue. Would I could sit a rainy afternoon – gazing the fire, drinking Montrachet – to learn your thoughts and theories on birthing affecting narrative, for I sense this is not easy craft. You carve psyche into exquisite miniatures of honed detail, nuance and innuendo. Unsimple Eros sucks us in then buffets and caresses, as is the story’s want. We are graced with your generosity. I humbly hope the gifts continue. With gratitude,

  16. Subservient
    April 17, 2014 at 5:40 am

    Your stories are beautiful in such an unexpected way… sexually of course, but I was more captivated by the emotional and intellectual aspects of your work. I read several of the d/s stories (my favorite was Therapy) and will definitely be back for more! You have an amazing voice <3

  17. babygirl
    May 29, 2014 at 6:42 am

    Love love your stories

  18. Amy
    June 13, 2014 at 10:27 pm

    I love your stories but the one thing I don’t care for is the use of the word cunt. It stops my reading like a slammed door in my face. Especially when the word doesn’t fit the period. However, your writing is beautiful.

    • June 14, 2014 at 1:06 am

      I’m sorry you don’t care for the word. I love it. It is a nice old word; first written usage appears in the 12th Century. It doesn’t make a pretense of weakening the power of what it is.

      From the Oxford English Dictionary Entry:

      cunt, n.

      Pronunciation: Brit. /kʌnt/ , U.S. /kənt/
      Forms: ME cont, ME conte, ME counte, ME cownte, ME cunte, ME 16 count, 15 count, 16– cunt. (Show Less)
      Etymology: Probably the reflex of an Old English form *cunte that is not securely attested (see note), cognate with Old Frisian kunte, Middle Dutch conte (Dutch kont), Middle Low German kunte, Middle High German kunt, Old Icelandic kunta (only as a byname), Norwegian kunte, Swedish regional kunta, kutta, Danish kunte; further etymology uncertain.
      Further etymology.

      It has been argued that the Germanic base of this word is ultimately < the same Indo-European base as classical Latin cunnus (see cunnilingus n.), but the -t- of forms in the Germanic languages would not be easy to explain. Use in names. The word is recorded earliest in place names, bynames, and surnames. Compare e.g. the street name Gropecuntelane , Oxford (now Grove Passage and Magpie Lane; see quot. c1230 at sense 1); some twenty instances of this name are recorded throughout the country, at least six of them in the 13th cent., although all are now lost. It has also been suggested that the word was applied at an early date to certain topographical features, such as a cleft in a small hill or mound (in e.g. Cuntelowe , Warwickshire (1221; now lost)), a wooded gulley or valley (in e.g. Kuntecliue , Lancashire (1246, now Lower Cunliffe), Cuntewellewang , Lincolnshire (1317; now lost)), and a cleft with a stream running through it (in e.g. Cuntebecsic (field name), Caistor, Lincolnshire (a1272; now lost), Shauecuntewelle , Kent (1321; earlier as Savetuntewell (1275), now Shinglewell)), although some of the examples (from Danelaw counties) may reflect the early Scandinavian cognate rather than the English word, and some may instead show an unrelated personal name. The Old English word itself may be shown by (to) cuntan heale (compare hale n.2) in the bounds of a piece of land at Bishopstoke, Hampshire, recorded in a charter of 960 (and again in an 11th-cent. forgery of a charter of 900). This has usually been interpreted as a topographical reference, although a more concrete interpretation is possible, and some commentators have preferred to take it as a personal name (compare use of Old Icelandic kunta as a byname). For a full discussion of the place-name evidence, see K. Briggs ‘OE and ME cunte in place-names’ in Jrnl. Eng. Place-name Soc. 41 (2009) 26–39. The word is also recorded from an early date in Old English and Middle English bynames and surnames. Early examples include Godewin Clawecuncte (1066; compare claw v.), Simon Sitbithecunte (1167), Gunoka Cunteles (1219), John Fillecunt (1246), Robert Clevecunt (1302), Bele Wydecunthe (1328). Compare also apparent use in the names of flowers in Middle English, as cuntehoare fumitory (a1300; compare hoar adj. and n.), countewort butcher's broom (a1400), counteminte catmint (a1500). History of Usage. Despite widespread use over a long period and in many sections of society, cunt remains the English word most avoided as taboo. Although it does not seem to have been considered inherently obscene or offensive in the medieval period, as suggested by its use in names and in medical treatises of the time, it is now normally considered the strongest swear word in English. Until relatively recently it appeared only rarely in print, and there are a number of euphemistic substitutions for it (compare C-word n., berk n., cunny n., and formerly also quaint n.1); until the late 20th cent., written uses are typically in private sources or texts which were privately printed, especially on the mainland of Europe. It is also frequently written with asterisks, dashes, etc., to represent suppressed letters, so as to avoid the charge of obscenity. Representation in dictionaries. Cunt was printed in full in Bailey (1721, defined (in Latin) ‘Pudendum Muliebre’) and in J. Ash New & Compl. Dict. Eng. Lang. (1775), but appears as **** in the first edition of Grose's Classical Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue (1785) and in the form c**t as a headword from the third edition of 1796 (defined as ‘a nasty word for a nasty thing’). The word is omitted entirely from Johnson's dictionary (1755), and did not appear in any major general dictionary of English from the late 18th cent. until the relaxation in the interpretation of obscenity laws in the early 1960s, first appearing in the third edition of Webster (1961) in the United States and G. N. Garmonsway's Penguin English Dictionary (1965) in the United Kingdom. Compare discussion at fuck v. The female genitals; the vulva or vagina. Cf. quaint n.1In quot. c1230 part of a street name: see discussion of this and other toponymic evidence in the etymology section. In quot. 16801: any cause of male erection or ejaculation. c1230 in M. Gelling & D. M. Stenton Place-names Oxfordshire (1953) I. 40 (MED), Gropecuntelane. a1325 (▸c1250) Prov. Hendyng (Cambr.) xlii, in Anglia (1881) 4 190 Ȝeue þi cunte to cunnig, And crave affetir wedding. a1400 tr. Lanfranc Sci. Cirurgie (Ashm. 1396) 172 In wymmen þe necke of þe bladdre is schort, & is maad fast to the cunte. a1425 Medulla Gram. (Stonyhurst) f. 70v, Vulua, a count or a wombe. a1425 Liber Uricrisiarum (Wellcome 225) 293 Tentigo erit paries sine divisio in vulva (þe myd wawgh in þe wame gat) þat lewed folk [call] þe kykyre in þe cont. c1440 in T. Wright & J. O. Halliwell Reliquiæ Antiquæ (1845) II. 282 Bete the cownte with ȝour neffes, whene ȝe may do no more. a1450 Castle Perseverance (1969) l. 1190 Mankynd, my leue lemman, I my cunte þou schalt crepe. ▸?a1505 R. Henryson Sum Pract. Med. 37 in Poems (1981) 180 The count of ane sow kis; Is nocht bettir I wis, for the collik. 1552 D. Lindsay Satyre Procl. 144 First lat me lok thy cunt, Syne lat me keip the key. a1585 P. Hume Flyting with Montgomerie (Tullibardine) ix. 58 in Poems A. Montgomerie (2000) I. 173 Kis þe cunt of ane kow. c1650 in J. W. Hales & F. J. Furnivall Bishop Percy's Folio MS: Loose & Humorous Songs (1867) 99 Vp start the Crabfish, & catcht her by the Cunt. 1680 Earl of Rochester et al. Poems 28 Her Hand, her Foot, her very look's a Cunt. 1680 Earl of Rochester et al. Poems 77, I fear you have with interest repaid, Those eager thrusts, which at your Cunt he made. 1743 H. Walpole Little Peggy in Corr. (1961) XXX. 309 Distended cunts with alum shall be braced. ?1800 in R. Burns Merry Muses Caledonia 47 For ilka birss upon her c—t Was worth a royal ransom. 1865 ‘Philocomus’ Love Feast iii. 21, I faint! I die! I spend! My cunt is sick! Suck me and fuck me! c1890 My Secret Life VII. 161, I sicken with desire, pine for unseen, unknown cunts. 1934 H. Miller Tropic of Cancer 15 O Tania, where now is that warm cunt of yours? 1956 S. Beckett Malone Dies 24 His young wife had abandoned all hope of bringing him to heel, by means of her cunt, that trump card of young wives. 1970 G. Greer Female Eunuch 307 At all events, a clitoral orgasm with a full cunt is nicer than a clitoral orgasm with an empty one, as far as I can tell at least. 1990 ‘Eurudice’ F/32 31 The first penetration brings my death; I can't see, hear, think: I am all cunt.

      • Anon
        October 5, 2014 at 10:48 am

        RG, thank you so much for your stories, they help me understand myself. You are by far my favourite author.

        Oh, and I love the word cunt too. It was my favourite swear word before I knew it was considered one of the worst.

        • October 6, 2014 at 6:38 pm

          I’m really honoured if my writing gives you any insight at all. I tend to think that writing is mostly just an invitation for the reader to ponder their own experiences from a slightly different vantage point, so you are doing the heavy lifting yourself!

          Thanks for taking the time to comment.

  19. ELove
    June 17, 2014 at 9:42 am

    I love your writing. The angry sex ones are more exciting but they all interest me. Thank you for putting them online for free.

  20. Anastaria
    June 28, 2014 at 7:36 pm

    I went through your lists, and if they are all here, well is it possible to make a request? I would love one or two F/f or even f/f/m. Super pretty please? I understand that since you dont have any up it may mean that you arent into it or you dont like to write it in which case i dont expect you to oblige but a piece of art like these of that genre would make me ecstatic! if you do intend to, you would like to talk about it, anything, even if you just want more detailed opinions. You must be one hellova person. I wish I could read a new story every day! I wish you wrote that much. Your true talent lies in the fact that I can be consumed by the simple implications of personality in such short stories. I sometimes watch porn with my husband before we have sex, I would prefer on many days to read these instead. You are a master. You make me sexually agressive in a way that only exsisted in our earlier relationship, and im only in my early 20s!! You may possible be my favorite author and I am quite the reader, the worst part is that i dont know your name!

  21. Becky
    July 31, 2014 at 3:06 am

    Great….wonderful writing

  22. Jo
    August 3, 2014 at 10:51 am

    Your writing is excellent. Please don’t stop posting. I’m working through each and every one of your stories!

  23. Alyssia
    August 12, 2014 at 7:39 am

    Remittance Girl,

    I was wondering would you every think of letting someone else also use your site for their stories? If so how might someone possibly be able to do that. I have enjoyed reading almost all of you stories and post. I really would like to try and see about using some of my stories and maybe you will like them too.

    • August 12, 2014 at 4:20 pm

      Hello Alyssia, This isn’t a general story site. It’s my writing site, so posting your story on here is not going to get you the exposure you’re after. People will come to the page, read the story, and assume it’s one I wrote. What you want is to get your stories posted on one of the sites that post stories from all sorts of different writers.

  24. Antonia
    August 21, 2014 at 3:41 am

    Dear RG,
    Thank you for your work. I have visited your site for many years now -periodically – as need and mood strikes. I have always thrilled to your words, sensibility and courage. I am so glad you are here. Congratulations on publishing. I bought and loved loved loved The Waiting Room. Please don’t stop (!)

    • August 22, 2014 at 5:37 am

      Thank you for reading and revisiting. I won’t stop.

  25. Casey
    September 12, 2014 at 7:34 pm

    Thanks for posting your stories online. It’s so hard to find erotic fiction that’s not horribly cheesy. Yours is well-written and refreshing.

  26. Ophelia
    September 27, 2014 at 6:33 pm

    Everything you write is beautifully written. I love your exploration with controversy and the human feel you give to your characters and their stories.

  27. R
    October 6, 2014 at 9:09 am

    These are amazing. You’re incredibly talented in breathing life into your characters, creativity and empathy in your plots, and incredibly sexy. Thanks for sharing your gift.

    • October 6, 2014 at 6:34 pm

      Thank you for reading and taking the time to comment.

  28. Ophelia
    October 21, 2014 at 2:37 am

    Pleasure’s Apprentice took me back to a very interesting time in my life. It reminds one that fantasy can be real. You’re writing really touched a chord with me in that. I also LOVE The Voice and am on tenterhooks whenever I’m reading it. Your writing is so thrilling, so different and so far from the type of sensual erotica I would describe as ‘Hollywood pornography’. Please stay in this wonderful public domain you have created. What fabulous talent you have!

  29. Kya
    October 22, 2014 at 8:15 am

    I have been elsewhere, but I always come back. You are a favorite. Thank you.

  30. Kali
    November 13, 2014 at 9:23 pm

    Your writing is stunningly beautiful. I was browsing for text porn but came across your site instead– and I am captured by your realistic erotica. I love your tone of voice, I love the context of all your stories. You have something special and I really want to see more of the poetry + writing combos, like ‘I Waited For You By the River of Time’ (my favorite of all!).

  31. Chianti
    November 17, 2014 at 11:48 pm

    Compared to the usually stuff you find online, these stories are beautifully-written. They are real stories rather than just a string of identical hump-fests. I’ve only have a few minutes to look through the links as time is tight, but I will continue.

    • November 17, 2014 at 11:54 pm

      Thank you so much for taking the time to leave a message.

  32. Kim Clingerman
    November 30, 2014 at 3:01 am

    Hello there. Good work but I am hoping you can show or teach me some erotic fiction skills.

  33. Korra
    January 5, 2015 at 2:41 am

    Hey RG. Love your stories ever-so-much. They keep me inspired and keep me thinking, which is a reaction that every piece of writing, fictional or non-fictional, should ideally evoke – but which few, sadly, manage to deliver. Looking forward to more stuff from you soon.

  34. Suzi
    April 23, 2015 at 3:25 pm

    Hey RG,

    Love your stories !!! Especially the ones with more than 1 girl 🙂 Does anyone know where I can find more stories like this?

  35. jim
    May 6, 2015 at 12:03 am

    i iove masturbating to your writings. thanks.

  36. Trex
    June 9, 2015 at 11:09 pm

    I read only one fic,that fic is nice and well written.

    • June 10, 2015 at 6:21 am

      Then you’ve probably arrived at the wrong place. This fiction is not nice.

  37. Eve
    June 20, 2015 at 9:17 am

    These stories are amazing. I’m so grateful I randomly Googled erotic fiction.
    I’m feeling things. Thank you

  38. daniel
    June 24, 2015 at 7:24 pm

    Hi there, have read several of your pieces and theyre great.. I to write short erotic stories mainly for my female friends. They say they are an ideal quick bedtime read for an easy get off using a toy.. Would love for you to read one someone our perhaps give me some pointers. I only do them for fun so any input would be fantastic. Many thanks.. Dan

    • June 25, 2015 at 11:18 am

      Hi Dan, If you are writing for the purpose of creating something that will make it easier for someone to come to orgasm, and your readers say it works for them, then I have absolutely no pointers to give you. We have very different goals. Enjoy yours!

  39. Jas
    July 19, 2015 at 11:54 am

    Hi Remittance Girl,

    I love your work. I’ve also left a few comments – one of them explaining how your work enlightens and inspires me, but they all appear to be gone…

    If I offended you in some way, and you deleted them, I am terribly sorry. I only meant to compliment you and your beautiful work…

  40. July 28, 2015 at 8:18 am

    Well, I guess that ‘Amy’ will never read any of my books as I use the word cunt quite liberally lol. It is part of the modern vernacular and, dare I say it, popular as a descriptive of the ‘female genitalia’ today. Amy will find it hard to find anything other than Mills & Boon that she will not find that word used in. maybe she should stick to reading non-erotic novels.

    • July 28, 2015 at 8:37 pm

      Hello Tara,

      Well, the irony is that Amy must be investing a lot of psychological energy in maintaining her fantasy of the power inherent in the word ‘cunt’. It must mean something far more dreadful to her than it does to you or me. But then she probably gets more fun out of it, since it’s so forbidden to her.

      It’s always worth noting that the more rules one has to transgress, the more transgression is possible. Disgust lives very close to raw erotic desire. 😛

  41. Reena Lederman
    September 11, 2015 at 1:41 am

    Dear Remittance Girl,

    I just found your site and am looking forward to reading some of your work. But I’m so upset about the cutting descriptor. I appreciate the heads up and will avoid it. It is a very very painful (no pun intended at all) topic. My daughter engaged (and still does sometimes) in cutting. This is known as NSSI, non-suicidal self injury. It is a horrifying and frightening mental health problem that is very hard to treat. This included cuts so deep that she.needed trips to the ER. She is scarred beyond belief up and down her arms and thighs. She is marked for life inside and outside. Plastic surgery doesn’t work for these types of injuries. I feel so sad just thinking about this.

    I understand people have their kinks. I just had to share this perspective/experience.

    • September 11, 2015 at 5:46 am

      Hello Reena,

      I am sorry you are so upset and the the topic of cutting is painful for you. So painful even as to be upset at the word. I suspect you have not read my manifesto page, so I will repeat the gist of it here: if you are on my site, I expect you to be an adult reader who makes active and responsible choices about what you read for yourself. I am not interested in protecting a reader’s sensibilities. I expect you, as a grown up, to do that for yourself. The bulk of my work focuses on eroticism in the Bataillean sense – which is always confronting, transgressive and aims itself at effecting both arousal and discomfort in my reader. If you are looking for romance with explicit sex, you won’t find it here. If you are looking for a sequel to Fifty Shades of Grey, you won’t find it here. If you are looking for some unproblematic piece of fantasy to pleasantly facilitate you with your masturbation, you’ve come to the wrong place.

      When I feel it’s appropriate, I provide descriptors and trigger warnings specifically so readers get a head’s up on content they may find upsetting. However I fail to see how I can do that if even using the term in the description so as to inform people of potentially upsetting content is unacceptable. At that point, communicating the content becomes impossible in text form, and mime or interpretive dance is beyond the current technical capabilities of the internet.

      I know a fair amount about cutting in all its manifestations. I eroticize the act fairly frequently in my writing and I am acutely aware of how obscene, distasteful, pathological and transgressive it is. I write it with every intention of it being upsetting, shocking, confronting and, often, sexually arousing.

      To put in bluntly, Reena, I write very nasty, antisocial, and rampantly anti-didactic erotic fiction. I might not be the right erotic writer for you.

  42. Samantha
    September 17, 2015 at 6:13 pm

    I chanced upon your site and I wanted to say how much I love your writing. It’s very dark, complex and beautiful, and sometimes gritty and abrupt, and sometimes very funny. That reflects some of the best things about sex and being alive, I think. Thank you for writing and and posting these stories.

  43. Mel
    October 16, 2015 at 1:23 pm

    Your writing is exquisite! It is honestly better than some of the best novels I’ve read. Bravo!

  44. Ian mulcahy
    October 24, 2015 at 6:17 am

    Will read some of your stories and hope to be entertained it would appear the many of your readers have been vastly entertained I do appreciate the fact you maintained dialogue with your readers up to the current a that has to be much respected best wishes ian

  45. rosi
    October 25, 2015 at 5:02 pm

    Love the storylines and the way it draws you in.

  46. K
    December 6, 2015 at 12:16 am

    I am completely in love with this one of your works. It just has everything that I want in it, for me. I’ve read it twice and want be suprired if I come back again to read it again. Your writing really does blow me away a lot of the times. It makes me really want to get going with my writing and maybe even throw some erotic stuff in, too. (just for friends eyes, though.)

    • December 6, 2015 at 1:10 am

      Go for it! And why restrict it to friends eyes only? It’s an important and influential part of who we are. It deserves writing about.

  47. Jennifer
    December 22, 2015 at 12:07 pm

    Your stories are amazing. Your writing is spectacular. Every story I’ve read so far has left me wanting more. Thank you for sharing your work!

  48. quiet girl
    February 16, 2016 at 5:02 am

    I’m new to this genre. I feel a little shy admitting this to myself never mind on a public forum.
    A stillness takes me when reading your short stories. I savour these moments. Some I’ve devoured, so delicious, can’t wait to start on another. Others Ive mused over, playing on my mind, trickling through my thoughts, stoking my new self awareness. This I thank you for Remittance Girl, more please.

  49. Danielle
    February 24, 2016 at 1:09 pm

    Thank you for sharing your writing. I just found your page tonight and am enchanted by the depth of character you’re able to achieve in just a few paragraphs. I’m very much enjoying these stories.

  50. Aaron
    February 26, 2016 at 5:06 pm

    Wow. This is and incredible collection of art and fantasy. It’s so hard to find good quality writing about fantasies out there on the internet, this site was a really pleasant surprise when I finally found it. Thank you.

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