This is the second time I welcome Littlegem to the roundup of Wicked Wednesday, and she had a really busy one with 23 links! Together with PurpleSole, Littlegem writes on their website Purple’s Gem, and she shares much more of herself on her OnlyFans. But, did you know that she also runs a meme, Monochromerotic? Please do check this one out and participate, it’s fun! Besides all this, you can also follow Gem on Twitter.
Top 3 for week 474 by Littlegem
Whilst reading through all the delightful entries this week I was jotting down which of them would make my top three, by the end my top ‘three’ was a slight bit bulkier top seven! So many great reads and always so difficult to narrow down. But I did manage it, and they are as follows;
Friends (part 5) by Howie
I must admit I haven’t read the previous 4 parts to this delicious tale but I didn’t find the details lacking one bit. I found this really hot to read for a start, the interactions between the three of them together certainly appeals. I also enjoy Howie’s honesty in his emotions and how they develop with the twist in circumstances.
Comforting The Divorcee Neighbour by The Cunning Linctus
Again I have not read the previous parts to this story but found it very easy to pick up and enjoy. The descriptions of the final sexual encounter with Pat really stayed in my mind, not just because it was so sexy, but I really felt for her character and was glad that she got the comfort and sexual relief that she needed so greatly. I think it’s a show of a good writer that makes me care about the characters!
My Comfort Zone by The Barefoot Sub
I really enjoyed reading about The Barefoot Sub’s relationship and how beautiful their exchange of trust it. Also, I love photos of impact play marks in general but add some cute socks and sexy pose to that and it’s a winner for me!
The Middle Ages or medieval ages ran from roundabout the 5th century to the late 15th century and is a intriguing period, especially for writers. Think of knights and ladies, of the many wars fought, the superstitious belief in magic. There were peasants and noble classes, those living in castles, and those who barely had a home. Women were subordinate to men, children had a survival rate of only 50% beyond age 1, and started working when they were twelve. Life was hard back then, maybe even much harder than we will ever understand.
Write a story set in the medieval period. Make it romantic, sexy, or historical – whatever you feel comfortable with.
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