Locked Up And Adapting

Hello everyone!

I said that I’d be working harder at this, but I’ve been doing a fairly poor job of that, haven’t I?

This global pandemic came at a very, very bad time for me. I was planning on starting to step back from the level of writing I’d been in before because relying on it while dealing with mood instability has been difficult… but this sort of put all of those plans on hold–I’m sure that you can quite easily imagine why.

A friend of mine has COVID. Living in Oregon, I’m on lockdown. We can go outside to walk if we can avoid people, or shop for necessities, and… nothing else. I’m an introvert, but I’d been relying on long slow walks outside for a lot of things, and losing that has been demoralizing, as has the uncertainty of the future.

Computer problems have compounded things. I needed to get my hands on a new system due to instability on the former, but let’s say the new one isn’t… exactly the most comfortable feeling either, so I’ve been struggling to get that figured out, too, and running into new problems amidst a global pandemic? Not great.

I considered not posting this. We’re amidst a global pandemic, and people come to M. Kistulot, the Madam Kistulot, etc, to get off. To cum. To get some hot fiction…

But I’m also the writer of The Memory Remains, and a fair few other distressing stories. I’m a woman, real and living, and you wouldn’t read my blog if you didn’t want some kind of connection beyond solely reading my work.

A lot of people are using the time in lockdown to get things down, stories written, projects created, etc… and for me, a woman who has spent a lot, a lot of time writing, creating, producing projects while maintaining a traditional job, while going to school, while focusing on nothing else… I’ve had a hell of a time.

The future is uncertain. The past feels useless to show me what to expect. The present is a state of stasis, and I don’t handle feelings of being helpless well when I can’t safeword out or get some moment of catharsis.

I’m not the only one, and if this is affecting you, too, that’s okay. Last year was rough on me, a disastrous illness that felt nearly lethal, a big break-up, and a fair few projects that fell through and didn’t quite work out the way that I’d hoped. If you had a 2019 anything like I did, then 2020 hits and even if you try to keep in mind a year is an artificial unit of time…

A lot of us were hoping 2020 would bring us something new, something different, some new chances and opportunities, and it didn’t do that for a lot of us.

Right now, the best thing that we can do is try to be there for each other, and ourselves. What will the future bring? I don’t know. How long will it take for life to feel like it isn’t an indefinite waiting period? I’m not sure either.

But I’m trying to make it so I have new content to offer, and I hope that things are going alright for all of you, too.

Best hopes and wishes for all of you.

Until next time… take care of yourselves and each other.

Overdue Update!

Hello, everyone!

My apologies for missing so much time in a row. A combination of factors, none of which are important, kludged life up a bit. A new computer that I’ve been trying to get fully smoothed out was part of it. That hasn’t gone quite as well as I’d hoped to be honest, but thankfully it seems to be working alright… but I am admittedly a bit worried if this investment isn’t working out quite so great.

That’s been why my website hasn’t updated either–as my reinstall of Dreamweaver hasn’t quite hit yet and well, that’s an essential tool!

Hopefully I can get all of this sorted soon and be back to more regular updates of this blog, and of the hot MC content you come to me for.

Until then, take care of yourselves, protect yourself and others from unnecessarily contracting a dangerous virus, and I’ll speak to you all again soon–hopefully with some good news!

On to February!

Hello, everyone!

I’d like to apologize for missing last week. Unfortunately, in spite of one’s best efforts, sometimes life can just be incredibly wicked, twisted, cruel, and pick the worst moments to kick us in the teeth. I don’t think that I would have had anything useful to say in that state.

However, we’re almost through the first month of the year! Another eleven to go, and we’ll move on to 2021. A part of me has already lost track of the year in that direction once-or-twice. A little embarrassing, right?

Next month is my birthday. Turning 33! That’s a big one, right? I’m saying it is, because it sounds and feels like one to me specifically. Maybe that’s silliness. It’s hard to tell about these sorts of things.

I’ve been watching my way through Star Trek Discovery as of late, and there is a lot of good content for people with our fetishes in there. Maybe it isn’t presented as sexy, but I don’t imagine people would disagree there’s plenty to love. I feel like this series has been under watched so I don’t want to spoil anything for anyone, but it feels vitally important to accept the idea that it is full of some very sexy things.

A cyborg with direct control over individual memories is the only one I’m willing to share and spoil.

If you haven’t watched Discovery, you owe it to yourself for some amazing fetish fuel.

Next week another story drops… and each day we get closer to the next release in the Silver Girl universe. I hope that you all enjoy.

Cover Reveal: Wherever I May Roam

Hello, everyone!

I hope that you’ve all been doing well since last week. Writing has been going well on my side. There really are so many writing projects I’d love to talk about with you, but since I can only release things so quickly that would just be teasing.

One thing that I can do right at the moment…?

Show you the cover for the next story in the Silver Girl Saga!

Wherever I May Roam is the start of a series named “The Argent Road.” Spread across five stories, The Argent Road will explore the world of Silver Girl beyond the perspective of the titular heroine, and outside of Midas City itself.

This story is specifically about Lucia “Patina” Colloten’s trip across the country to prepare for her return to Midas City. It’s a tale of heroism, mind control, and lesbian lust. The cover features art by Rotem Dishon, an amazing cover artist that I cannot thank enough for his wonderful work on the Silver Girl series. Each cover just looks better than the last, and having the series so far sitting on my shelf has been amazing.

I’ve been working on the follow-up to The Argent Road, which will mark the halfway point in the original word count of the series. There are a lot more stories to come, but I want to do my best to keep them coming out with some degree of regularity. These stories may have been originally written between 2005 and 2007, but more than just a fresh coat of paint, most of these stories have been wholly rewritten while keeping completely to the events.

There are no new scenes, and no removed sequences, so if you were a fan of it before there may not be any dramatic surprizes… but this time, the whole series is going through editing! By this point in the series I started to have friends assisting with editing, but even then it was very minimal. These rewrites are extensive, fleshing out characters, settings, and scenes that were more sexy in concept than in actual prose.

But that’s where I’ll leave it for now! I really hope that you’ve been enjoying these rewrites, my newer stories, and that this continues into the future. If you’d like to look for other ways to support me for more fiction, feel free to check out my patreon!

Until next week, take care of yourselves… and each other!

First Release of the New Year!

Hello again, everyone!

Can you believe we’re a week into 2020 already?

So far this year has been complicated for all of us on a large scale to say the least, but hopefully you’ve been having a good one so far. Can’t complain too much about mine, personally, besides this sore throat that won’t quite go away. Winter illnesses, right?

This week saw my first new release of 2020… Latex Sex Kitten: Reyna’s Adventures in Hypnotic Submission.

This is a story of consensual, ethical, sensual hypnosis, latex fetish wear, and some feline fetish transformation to round it all out. I think it’s a really fun story and I’d recommend you all check it out.

Not a lot else to report so far! 2020 has been calm so far, and I’ve gotten down plenty of new words. A lot of exciting releases are in the future of 2020, and I hope you’ll come along for the ride with me!

Next week I’ll be revealing the cover of the first Silver Girl release of 2020, Wherever I May Roam, but until then, I hope you enjoy Latex Sex Kitten, and the many other great releases coming out this year and of the past. If you’d like to chat with other like minded fetishists, please check out my Discord server, Mind Control Literature, where we share releases, discuss mind control, and generally have fun chatting!

You can join us here, and we’d all love to meet you!

In the meantime, I hope you have a lovely time, and I’ll see you again next week! I was a day late, but I decided it would be better to be late than miss a week. Here’s to making next thursday!

The First Post of 2020!

Hello, everyone!

I hope that you all had an amazing New years, and are all having an absolutely lovely new year so far. If there’s anything that I want for all of you more than an amazing 2020? I don’t know it.

Pretty amazing to hear that it’s 2020. I remember very vividly when the year ‘2000’ sounded like a fakey future year. Now we’re in 2020, and the ‘hindsight’ jokes go on endlessly. Social media is a mind field of bad jokes, and I am all here for it.

I’ve got a lot of big plans for this year. The Agent Road, a series of five short stories that play out between “The Memory Remains” and the next Silver Girl novel length story will be coming out starting in February. I have a lot of other big things coming up too, but I don’t want to spoil everything so quickly–there’s no fun in that.

Next week will be my first release of the year. I’m looking forward to it, even if I just can’t settle on a cover. As a writer, needing to make covers because I can’t afford to buy them is a thing that makes me whine a lot sometimes, but it’s worth it. for one, it means I can self pub. For another, I actually did take an ‘intro to image manipulation’ course in college, so at least that class is paying for itself!

It feels too early in the year to spoil very much, but I think in two weeks I’ll have a cover reveal for the first of the TAR series… and that should be exciting!

In the meantime, 2020 is going to be a year with a lot of very exciting developments… and I hope that you’ll come along with me for the journey.

Until next time…?

Take care of yourself, and each other!

Last Post of 2019!

Hello, everyone!

This time next week it’ll be 2020, can you believe it? I barely can. It’s crazy to imagine, really… So much has happened this year. I went to a hypnocon, met some fans in person, released Silver Eclipse and The Memory Remains among other tales…

There was an extended rough patch in there unfortunately, but life isn’t always smooth sailing. I’m sure sooner or later it’ll be useful feelings for a story.

I also spent a month so miserably sick I’m pretty sure I was close to being in severe danger. I cannot remember a time whee I tried to stand up only to pass out and wake up on the floor. That’s definitely going to be useful experience for writing.

A lot of exciting stories are coming from me soon, too! Next year we’ll be seeing the release of The Argent Road, the short stories that will lead up to the next major Silver Girl novel–The Argentum Project. So much is on the horizon…

I hope you all had a lovely holiday, and will have a lovely new year.

Also, a new story of mine was released and already has a lovely review that I think sums it up nicely:

This review may be short and to-the-point…? But I think it sums up Nyan well. If that sounds fun to you? You’ll like Nyan.

Nyan on Kindle!

Find Nyan here on Amazon!

For now, that’s me! I hope that you enjoy Nyan, and my stories to come. For the meantime… I need to get some sleep, and hit the ground running on some new words when I wake up!

Take care of yourselves and each other… and I’ll see you next week!

Simple Ideas Can Be the Most Promising

Hello everyone!

It’s another Thursday, so I’m back again!

More rewriting and fresh writing anew dances across my screen. The holiday season is busy for a lot of people, but this year it’s pretty calm in my world. Mostly it’s been about reconnecting with friends, getting writing down, and pondering the future.

2020 is a year that sounds fake.

Well, it sounds more like someone’s eyes than a year at any rate. That said, I’m kinda looking forward to it. I don’t believe in resolutions–if you want to change, if you don’t change now you won’t and using a zeitgeist hasn’t ever panned out long term for me… but it’s still different.

In March, I will have been a hypnotist for more years than I was NOT a hypnotist. That’s pretty exciting. I learned when I was sixteen, so thirty three will cross past that point.

Silver Girl was first released in 2005, so next year she’ll be turning 15. I’ll need to do something exciting for that, but what? I’m not yet entirely certain. 15 is a year that feels pretty important. Crazy to believe that it’s nearly closer to the 20th anniversary than the 10th of my first major release. I’m hoping by then all of the original series will be written out, released, and sitting in trade paperbacks on my shelf–and yours too, if you’re into that!

For now, that’s all. If you missed last week’s release, please take a look! Thank you for reading, and until next time, take care of yourselves and each other.

Just a little over three weeks left…!

Hello, everyone!

Can you believe that it’s really less than four weeks from 2020? As someone who grew up in the 90’s watching a lot of 70’s and 80’s stuff, that year sounds so incredibly far fetched and futuristic. I remember when 2005 was supposed to mean hover car robots in Autobot City on Earth. I think we missed out on that one, but to be fair we also haven’t needed to deal with Unicron, so it all balances out.

This week I released a fun new story, and I think that you should all check it out!

The name is a bit silly–and is by far my longest title yet. I call it…

While You’re Here Check Out My Soundcloud! (How A Post On Social Media Made Me Into An Obedient, Mind-Controlled Lesbian Sex Slave With Some Weird Music)

It’s a fun, bite sized little tale of erotic lesbian mind control. Here’s the synopsis, just to whet your appetites:

Laura is enjoying the start of her freshman year of college. This is supposed to be ‘real life’ but things don’t feel all that different yet, except for one major difference. Now? She has privacy. Now? She can spend hours doing whatever she wants with no one expecting her to be anywhere or having a chance to interrupt. This means, of course, that she does what anyone does with privacy and free time…

She browses social media to see cute cat memes.

After seeing a particularly clever meme Laura sees that the woman has a link to her soundcloud. Curious about what sorts of music a woman who made such a cute, clever meme might post, she eagerly listens in… and her life is changed forever as she is caught up in a hot, wet, sticky web of lesbian lust that may draw in more than just Laura…

This story is currently out on Amazon, and was inspired by my patrons over on patreon! Would you like to support my fiction without needing to buy a new book? Head over to my patreon, and support me if that sounds like something nice!

For the moment, I’m mostly just working on rewriting more Silver Girl, and preparing more future releases for Amazon. Not a lot else to really comment on, apologies! I have a lot of words coming for you, so keep an eye out here, on my website, and on Amazon! Until then…

Take care of yourselves, and each other!

Another Week With More to Say!

Hello again, everyone!

This week has mostly been spent deep in the writing mines for me with not a lot exciting to report on other fronts. I’ve been making my way through the stories that follow The Memory Remains, which will now collectively be known as The Argent Road.

These stories are Wherever I May Roam, Dust High, Misted Facets, Nocturnal Interlude, and Informant. I’ve been making very good progress on them, and I think that you’ll all really enjoy what they have to offer.

At this point in the Silver Girl franchise I’d decided “hey, it’s time for me to actually read some comics, huh?” so I picked up a few, and got to reading. I still have all of them on my shelf. These comics include the early run of Ultimate Spider-Man (sadly not including Miles Morales, but as with most things the X-Men got involved and I stopped enjoying it as much), Crisis on Infinite Earths, X-Men: Endsong, Identity Crisis, batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Identity Crisis, Power Girl’s self titled series, and a few other books here and there.

Obviously, I’m much more of a DC gal. That said, I couldn’t care less about Snyder’s cut or the DC cinematic universe in general. Marvel’s cinematic universe lost me, too, with Age of Ultron. More power to you if you can enjoy them! I enjoyed Captain Marvel, though they’ll need to offer up something great in a sequel to make up for how shamelessly queer baiting that film was.

The big thing I took away from comics was the concept of lead-ins to events. Anyone who reads comics knows events take up too much of the way they flow anymore, and it’s a bad thing… and I wasn’t terribly critical of that. However, something fun occurred to me:

What if, between major arcs of Sarah LaSilvas’s life, the big novel length works… we pulled the camera back a bit and showed things from other perspectives? The novels are first person, so we really only see things she sees, how she sees them… but what if we saw more of the world, from more sets of eyes?

While not all of the lead ins as I deemed the shorter stories that preceded each novel release were from different perspectives… it felt like a great way to show the world was more than just what Sarah saw. It felt a good way to show the way things changed, and the growth of the world outside of her.

If you’d like to catch up with the Silver Girl series, you can find all of the books listed conveniently here, and will see The Argent Road once it’s ready!

A cropped portion of the cover of The Adventures of Silver Girl with Sarah waving beside the text with a newton's cradle ball swinging in front of Midas City at night
The Adventures of Silver Girl Series Page

For now, take care of yourselves, and each other!