You remember those old Choose Your Own Adventure books? Well, Changemont is kind of like that, but with a twist: you choose the changes. Throughout the story, you will get to decide how the character gets feminized. I think it is a really fun story, with a total of over 24,000 words of possibility! Check it out for some awesome fun!
Just something fun for the release week of Brother Bewitched, a YA TG Fantasy novel in which the primary male character ends up a girl with hair like the wig– so I am calling this the Serren wig.
Check out Brother Bewitched, the amazing new YA Fantasy book by TG Kadee! Enter sweepstakes to win a wig!https://giveaway.amazon.com/p/10efcd3737356064 #giveaway
Have fun and good luck!!!!!!
Hey. folks. I have been writing like crazy lately and released three ebooks in the past couple of weeks. Rather than my blog becoming a steady stream of me mentioning one book after another, I am going to do them all in one swoop starting with my latest book, which has gone to #1 in its category on the first day of release! (Thanks everyone who bought/read it!)
In Boy Gone Blonde, a high-school jock finds a ditsy blonde voice in his head that wants him to act like and become a ditsy blonde girl. This story was written as a commission based on the request of an anonymous client, and it was a whole lotta fun to write, and I am so glad people are loving it!
Geisha was not a commission, but it was inspired by a reader who suggested the plot line and details of a rich young jock forced to train as and become a geisha. I had a blast researching geishas and then writing this story, which also has been very popular.
The last new publication is not new, exactly, but I have assembled all three books of the Hero Saga into one text, which is cheaper to buy than the three separate stories originally published as Hero, Hero:Book Two and Hero: Book Three.
And lastly, I decided to delve into the Amazon Paperback option and create a paperback version of The Goddess Zeus, one of my personal all-time favorites in which the Greek Gods and Goddesses switch genders and roles. I am just experimenting to see if there is a market for these books in print form, and if there is I will make more available over time.
If you are still reading, thanks! And here is a list to my author page in case the above links don’t work for you:
All my books can be found on my author page. And, if that still doesn’t work, let me know where you are, and I will send you a link for your country!
Just posted a new short story ebook to Amazon! It’s superhero femdom, and free for anyone who has the Kindle Unlimited! This is a collaboration between myself and Steele Blazer, and it was really fun to write. Just a short story this time– maybe 30 pages. Check out the free preview!
I love the genius premise of Changers: each year of high-school, the main character turns into a completely different person. In the case of the main character in Changers: Book One, 13 year old skater dude Ethan Wakes up to discover he has become a blonde girl!
Now, I am always most interested in gender changes, and especially of the unwilling variety, and for Ethan it is most certainly an unwilling change. He actually had been shy around girls and uncomfortable with them, but had set down as one of his goals for his freshman year to get a girlfriend. Now, he suddenly finds he is a girl, and he has no idea how to be HER.
Now, I call it a genius premise because many young people do go through different identities during their high-school years, sometimes willfully and sometimes, like Ethan, now called Drew, in a way that feels unwilling and haphazard. So, I feel that Ethan’s seemingly supernatural experience neatly parallels and explores the real life experiences of young people, especially now that they are more free to explore their gender identity.
In the first part of the book, we get to see Drew as she adjusts to the expectations of girl teen culture, becomes a junior varsity cheerleader and explores relationships with other girls and boys. It’s fun and contains many of the beats we expect, while at the same time offering grounded characters who seem psychologically real.
In addition to her learning how to be a high-school girl, she also has to deal with the fact that she is part of a secret society of kids who are all changing identities just like her, and that this society has a LOT of rules, along with a lot of ominous threats about what will happen if she breaks them.
Which brings me to one thing I didn’t love: I felt the rules of the Changers world were too complicated and limiting, and that too much time was spent dwelling on them. I didn’t find the Changers’ culture believable. For example, all of the changers are sworn to keep their nature a secret, and yet they are then given a tattoo on their butt which makes it easy to identify them. It makes little sense. The character also has to attend an incredibly dull and boring seminar which I found agonizing to read about, and which ended with a huge party for all the changers where they were encouraged to mingle even though they were forbidden from having relationships with each other. So, those section did not shine, especially compared to the other stuff, which was all really great.
I like the book and recommend it. There is even talk of a series, so this could be a really fun TV show one day! Check it out!!!!
Just found a really fun new set of TG books and decided to share my good fortune with my readers. The Secret Feminization features a spy who gets switched into the body of gorgeous young blonde bombshell, and soon finds himself pressured into going undercover as a sex-slave.
Now, so far, maybe that doesn’t sound all that different and unique. However, two things caused me to really love this book. One, it is not what it sounds like, meaning the story doesn’t just turn into a series of sex-scenes. In fact, the character has to deal with a lot of other aspects of being a woman, and when the sex scenes happen they come after long build ups that are as much about the male ego trapped in the gorgeous girl’s body as he experiences being dominated and forced to please another man.
Two, the story itself is actually as much a part of the spy novel genre as it is a TG story. I always like it when the story has a cool plot and plays with other conventions, and this one does including plot twists, exotic settings, and a great deal of sexual tension between the various characters.
Lastly, the author keeps reminding us that the character considers himself a man, and was man, so as he is dealing with his D-cups, his bras and heels, the story never loses sight of the fact that this is a man and even as his personality slowly starts to crumble and change as he spends more time as a woman, it is still and always forwarded that this is a man in that tight little dress, fussing over his mascara.
I do need to caution people that neither book truly stands alone, so if you start reading, you will come to a cliff-hangar and need to wait for the next book, but these are both lengthy novels that will give you plenty of reading enjoyment.
I personally am very eager to read more of Sam’s adventures!
So, the other day I am searching around through Amazon, when their mind-reading algorithm suggests I might be interested in a short film based on the comic book Misfile. Might? I ordered it and watched it immediately.
For those unfamiliar with Misfile, it’s a comic featuring a pair of characters who, due to a celestial filing error, have been changed. One, Ash, has been turned into a girl, while the other, Emily, is now two years younger, which in her case is an epic headache as she was a high-school senior on her way to Harvard.
The comic has a devoted following among TG readers, as you might imagine, since it explores a sudden sex-change where the male character remembers his life as a male, but everyone else thinks he was born and has always been a girl.
So, what of the short film? Well, the best word in this case would be promising. There were things I liked and things that left me– not liking. To start with the stuff I liked– the chemistry between Ash and Emily really started to come along as the pilot progressed. Early on, it seemed the actors were a little uncomfortable with their characters and maybe each other, but by the end there was a very nice scene where we could see them opening up to each other, and it made me interested to see more. I am always most interested in TG stories that deal with relationships and feature character development.
How much does it really explore the gender-angle? Not as much as I would like. Like any straight high-school male, Ash is appalled to find himself female, and the change in status alone is enough to freak him out. He doesn’t even need to interact with the world to be horrified to be one of them now, and there is a nice moment in his early hysteria where Emily tells him maybe he should feel proud to have been upgraded to female. The rest of what could have been interesting happens off screen– he tells us how he lost a drag race due to his now tiny feet, mentions some guys consoled him but ended up trying to get in his pants– and he is clearly mortified to have been the object of this kind of male attention– but it would have been so much more fun to see it happening and watch his reaction when he realized guys were trying to get in his pants.
Based on the research I have done, this is a pilot for a hoped for series, and in the making of video it clearly shows they put together a crew and brought in some legit equipment, so there is a commitment to making something awesome. However, it feels like there was a certain amount of “still figuring this out” happening, which is okay given that this is a pilot. Some of the shots seem poorly planned, the lighting off, the acting is sometimes tentative. But, again, this is a pilot, so we can forgive. Go back and watch the pilot for Seinfeld, and you will be surprised at how unready for prime time that show seemed at first.
As the pilot went along, I felt the chemistry between Ash and Emily got stronger, and I would be interested to see more of these characters as they continue their journeys and Ash finds himself having to be female in groups of people, especially at school, where his sense of identity is sure to be challenged more fully. I feel these actors will be really fun to watch as they develop these roles!
I am a huge fan of DIY projects, and I think it is awesome these creators have had the courage to go out and make it happen!