Curse Me Beautiful (Spoilers)

Curse Me Beautiful: A Paranormal Academy Bully Romance by [Marie Bradford]

Matt Hallows reigns over the all boys Drazin School of Wizardry. The biggest, strongest most athletic kid at the school, he lords it over the other boys, demanding their respect with the force of his will and, when necessary, his fists.

That changes within the first few pages of Marie Bradford’s Curse Me Beautiful, when Hallows arch-rival douses him with a potion that soon changes him into a five foot tall female with generous curves and serious, teen female hormonal issues. Falling squarely in the enemies to lovers genre, the book follows Matt as he gets in touch with his feminine side as, to his horror, he finds himself getting the hots for the very boy who stole his manhood in the first place.

The heart of this novel is the relationship between Matt and Alistair, which begins as pure hatred and evolves into something much more. Bradford is a skilled writer who has clearly studied the genre. The rising tension of the couple’s physical relationship is matched by the merging closeness of their emotional connection. There are twists and turns, pullings backs, and self-discoveries. Hallows, initially horrified at being female, comes to find more and more things he enjoys about his new life and body.

I’ll leave it at that in terms of the plot. Let me finish by saying I have read a lot of gender bender fiction, and this stands as one of the best I have read. You do have to allow the author a few leaps in logic in terms of the plot, but this is a journey worth taking.

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The Beauty: Gender Bender Fiction (spoilers).

The Beauty by [Aliya Whiteley]

Aliyah Whiteley’s The Beauty merges Invasion of the Mushroom People, literary fiction flourishes and Old-school Fictionmania for a gender bender experience best described as different. Based in a post-apocalyptic world in which all women have been wiped out my a mysterious plague, when the book starts off we are introduced to a small village composed entirely of men living in a world that has regressed technologically to a more primitive, hunter-gatherer state.

Since it is literary fiction, there must be some shimmering shrine to “the power of narrative” and so these men spend their nights gathered around a campfire as their village story teller regales them with what have become their tribal legends. Outside the town lie the graves of the last women from their group.

Enter the mushroom women. Mysteriously, mushroom creatures begin to emerge from the graves of the vanished women. They can’t speak, but they have female shapes and a kind of psychic empathy. Soon, the men began to couple with the mysterious creatures, who also take over all the manual labor in the village. The men grow weak, their arms smaller, and soon enough one of them discovers that he is pregnant.

This creates some anxiety among the men, and the story flows from there. The book certainly explores the idea of gender, and it is a different approach, the whole thing written in that literary mode meant to suggest the relating of an ancient myth. Check it out.

The Beauty

Trapped Inside? TWO new books!

First of all, I hope everyone out there is safe. It’s a scary time. Wash your hands!

Now, if you are locked down and looking for something fun, I have two very different new ebooks out for your reading pleasure. Forever Mine is a forced femme story inspired by the book and TV series YOU in which a first person narrator talks us through as she targets and then feminizes a man– of course, it’s all for his own good! I would describe this one as dark.

On the brighter but still kind of dark side is 1950s Sitcom Season Two. This one picks up where Season One left off, with our feminized hero still trapped as a woman and living in a 1950s sitcom. The story is written in the manner of The Honeymooners or I Love Lucy, and it loaded with 50s fashion, music and lingo. Links below:

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If you dig what I laid down, please take a moment to post a review so other awesome readers can find these books! My ego and back account will also thank you!

New TG Book: 1950s Sitcom!

Howdy, buckaroos! I have just put out my latest TG ebook, 1950s Sitcom. The premise of this book is that two guys get stuck in a 1950s sitcom in the manner of I Love Lucy or The Honeymooners. One of the guys, of course, finds himself transforming into a sitcom 1950s housewife, while the other settles into a comfortably boozy life as an entitled husband.

The story is broken up into three episodes, and it is very funny, if I do say so myself, while also having an overall Twilight Zone-esque tone of quiet horror. The stories were commissioned by a client who prefers to remain nameless, but I do want to thank Anonymous 2 for this great idea. I hope you enjoy!

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If you love slow changes…

I predict you will love The Venus Lily, a premium illustrated story now available on tgcomics.com. The Venus Lily follows the story of Matt Baxter, a hard-boiled private investigator in the mold of Dash Hammet’s Sam Spade. The story stands out for several reasons:

  1. Matt Baxter’s character is thoroughly developed before the change. I like this because it makes his journey more interesting and believable. We get to know him as a man, so his gradual change into a woman has more resonance.
  2. The change is, as the title of this entry suggests, slow. The writer is very patient and Matt’s body changes gradually, leaving him in denial as to what is happening for quite some time.
  3. Matt is skillfully maneuvered into some very feminine roles– no spoilers– that compel him to perform as his new sex. It’s interesting to watch him deal with being a woman in a man’s world.

In addition to the excellent story telling, the story features fantastic illustrations in a jagged, atmospheric style that perfectly compliments to mood and atmosphere of the text. The Venus Lily is one of the top TG publications of the year, and invites multiple readings. I would say that either the story or the illustrations are worth the price, and together they are a bargain! Check it out!

The Venus Lily

A survey of sexual fantasies

One third of all men and women surveyed by Justin Lehmiller for his book, Tell Me What You Want, reported fantasizing about trading bodies with a member of the opposite sex. I found the number surprisingly high. I had often imagined the number much lower. And yet, thinking about how many mainstream movies and television shows and books and comic books have explored the body swapping theme, I suppose I should have imagined it much higher.

Tragically, there wasn’t any more depth to this question, and it left me wondering– did they fantasize about trading bodies with specific people– a lover, a crush? A celebrity? Or was it more abstract?

Though I would have liked more depth, I still found the number interesting. It also made me wonder how many people may have still been too embarrassed to admit to this fantasy.

Some other numbers: 25% of all men and women reported fantasizing about cross-dressing. 59% of women and 26% of men who identified as “heterosexual” fantasized about having sex with a member of the same sex. Both men and women fantasized about changing their own gender role, or the gender role of their partner. Men reported fantasies of being feminized, and women reported fantasies of feminizing their male partners and taking the dominant role.

No women reported fantasizing about being masculinized by a partner, but this makes perfect sense to me in that the masculine fantasies they have involve them seizing power and demanding dominance, so it is something they take and do not wait to be given.

As an author and a human being fascinated with gender fluidity, I read the book primarily out of curiosity as well as looking for potential inspiration. I didn’t love the author’s speculation on why people have these fantasies– he suggest that they mostly rise out of insecurity, which may in some cases be true, but I think often people’s personalities are simply more diverse and multi-faceted than the binary constructs of gender allow, and we simply have a multiplicity of needs and interests. Sometimes people need to be dominant; sometimes they long for the pleasure of surrender. Sometimes people who are deeply in love not only long to be near the person they love, but to be the person they love.

Just some musings. I thought my readers might find the numbers interesting, as I did. If you would like to read the book, you can find it on Amazon.

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BOYS TRAPPED IN GIRL WORLD!

New Book! Hot off the presses!

BLURB!!!

Just a typical, silly boy obsessed with fashion and make-up. Kathy hopes his senior year will be amazing. He dreams of capturing the heart of Brett, the strong, athletic girl who drives all the boys crazy. That means he needs to make himself the prettiest, cutest, sweetest boy at his whole high-school, and will do whatever it takes.

But why does he have strange memories of a world where boys were tall and strong instead of soft and curvy? Why does constantly find himself wanting to be a girl? 

Welcome to GirlWorld, where all the men and boys have been feminized, and where women rule. This erotic novel contains R-Rated sex, gender swaps and gender bending in the extreme!

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And I Am Back!

What? After an unplanned and unexpected two month hiatus, I sat down with my trusty Mac Book this weekend and I wrote– and I wrote– and I wrote some more! I wrote like a crazy person, and now, I have a brand new book in the works, which I expect to release this week.

Bro! Is the story of a typical boy in a not so typical world. You see this boy, Kathy, just wants to be pretty and cute, to have a tall, handsome girlfriend, and just, be, like, a typical boy or whatever? He’s so desperate to get the attention of the studliest girl in school he has even gotten breast implants.

Yet, he has strange dreams where the girls are the ones who are small and pretty, where he’s strong and athletic, the quarterback of the football team. It all seems so wrong, and yet so right. What’s going on? What will happen? Read Bro! to find out!

Coming soon!

And, for those of you who are fans of my work, I have more good news: the ideas are flowing, and I expect to have lots more new material to release over the next few weeks. Oh, and then there’s just the little matter of writing the final book in the Brother Bewitched series!

Goku Dolls! (Spoilers)

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Three yakuza tough guys fail their boss one time too many. Their punishment? Be subjected to sex-change operations and relentless mental training so they can act and perform as a super cute and feminine K-pop girl group. This show is now on Netflix.

Wait, what?

Yes, the manga has now become a Netflix series. Is gender swapping fiction going mainstream?

One thing to know for sure is that this show, while it looks like a children’s anime, clearly delves into more adult worlds in terms of the issues and episodes. They get dirty at times. The primary fun of the show involves seeing these former men dress and perform as ultra cute girls, while also having to endure the negative side of life as a female.

Examples include getting harassed by guys who want to touch their breasts, dealing with pervy older fans, and getting hit on by guys they knew back when they were guys. Also fun is seeing them changing mentally.

One of them, for example, starts to get jealous when they other “girls” are getting more attention and gifts from fans. He argues and debates with himself, finally admitting he now wants to be cute and popular, even though it shames the man he once was. Another, upon meeting an actor he admired as a man, decides to offer that actor sex, feeling overwhelmed with feminine desire to give himself to the man.

I would have liked more of these kinds of conflicts, but they do crop up. In addition, the head of their clan clearly has a fetish for forced gender swaps, as over the course of the series two more men are turned into females, and a third is forced to get breast implants. It’s a zany show with a little too much shouting, but a huge break through for this kind of story to get streamed on Netflix in America.

Now Available: Your Memory Mine 2

It’s here! Your Memory Mine 2 is now available. I am so excited. I think this is one of the best things I have ever written and a case where the sequel is even better than the original.

When the story opens, our hero, Dylan, having found himself trapped in the body of a teen-age girl, has settled into a new life working as a waitress in New Hope, Pennsylvania. He’s found peace, and expects to live out a calm, normal life.

Then the girl who stole his body, shows up and once more throws his life into turmoil as rival agencies bent on world domination compete to capture Dylan and turn him into an agent of mass destruction.

Why do they want him so badly? What makes him such a special girl? Read Your Memory Mine2, and find out! This story features multiple body swaps, age-regression, action and romance!

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