Because there are a healthy amount of FAQs, I’ve set the page up so you can browse the FAQs by category. If you’re looking for something specific, you should be able to spot where it is through the site headers.
Regarding Site Content
I post novels, short stories, and novellas for original fiction that I write. Generally they contain a lot of smut, but I do my best to add a plot and develop my characters so it’s not mindless smut.
I tend to focus on action and romance, and sometimes the romance gets a little heavy and thicker than I’d like. Generally I like story lines that tie my characters together, and often I use action to do that. And humour sometimes happens, but it’s pretty inconsistent because I forget to be funny a lot.
I focus on original slash fiction (that is two members of the same sex, generally male, involved in a romantic and/or sexual relationship). I tend not to use the yaoi seme/uke dynamic because it’s never been my cup of tea. So if you prefer characters like that, you may not like the fiction here.
However, I have stories fumbling around in my head that contain both heterosexual romance and femslash, so hopefully you’ll enjoy those stories as well or at least not shun me forever. I like trying new things, so while the focus will be on male slash, other pairings are bound to pop up from time to time. However, they will not be the focus of the site.
I like trying out new characters and playing with the different dynamics of the characters together. I tend not to use a simple dominant/passive dynamic (though I know there’s a lot you can do with it), and I generally like using both characters with a bit or a lot of aggression. I like trying both characters whose personalities seem to fit together and the ones that clash.
However, I do like using characters that have a past that’s slowly revealed throughout the story. I also really like age gaps, so they may happen more than casually.
So it’s safe to assume I’ll be trying out a lot of different characters as more stories are posted on the site.
I prefer working in a soft science-fiction or an everyday setting. Fantasy isn’t really my cup of tea, but it may pop up from time to time. I’m also a huge fan of post-apocalypse settings (which I know a lot of people lump into science fiction). I’m not one for historical fiction because my research skills leave much to be desired, but I hope to do at least one Cold War America Era piece.
Novels are 50,000 words or more. They’re updated in chapters as I write them, and they’re a little sloppy because of it. I only ever work on one novel at a time or else I’d never finish it.
Novellas are more than 10,000 words, but less than 50,000 words. They’re updated in parts or chapters after I’ve written the complete story and edited it at least once. They’re complete, stand-alone stories.
Short Stories are less than 10,000 words. They’re generally updated all at once or in two parts if they’re particularly long. Sometimes they contain completely unique characters and sometimes they’ll be a snapshot of two already established characters (or an alternate universe version of two already established characters). However, if it is these characters, they should still work as a stand-alone short story, and you shouldn’t have to read the original story to get something out of the short story.
I take three comments from the last part of a finished novella that contain no spoilers, but seem like they would be helpful for someone trying to decide whether or not to read the work. I generally start with the shortest review and move to the longest one. I try to be fairly balanced in the reviews I display, but so far they have been mainly ego-stroking. The reviews name also links directly to their comment in case you want to see it on the page.
I pick only reviews from the last part so that it is an overall impression of the final work as opposed to an opinion of the beginning or the middle that could change by the time they reach the end. So I don’t post reviews to unfinished works either.
Regarding Site Smut
Honestly, when I’m reading smut, I usually read the story once through, and then get frustrated because I can’t easily get back to the smutty bits. So I created smut shortcuts for people who either don’t care about the story or who have already read the story but want to re-read the porny bits.
I used to, but not so much anymore. I’m only really self-conscious now if I’m not sure something is physically possible or if I’m writing something properly. Generally, I still find porn pretty funny (along with the regular reactions), so I’m enjoying myself quite a bit. Maybe the novelty will wear off eventually.
Regarding Site Updates
Regarding Site Feedback
You can consider every work on here a second or third draft. I wouldn’t be surprised if there are still a lot of mistakes. Once I complete the story on the blog, I will take comments and feedback under consideration and edit the work again for a final draft. So I’m always open for constructive feedback on the works posted here.
Because I realize that I could still use a lot of improvement, and there are a lot of things in my own work that I’m not confident about. So I appreciate any extra eye giving me suggestions so that the piece’ll be in prime shape when I put together the final draft of the piece.
Ahaha, definitely not. Someone saying “This is awesome” is just as unproductive as someone saying “This sucks” because either way I don’t know what makes the reader feel the way they do. So I appreciate someone saying “This works well because of x” or “This doesn’t work well because of y.” The “This is awesome” and “This sucks” comments only change my ego, whereas the constructive way of things can help me improve overall.
Yes, I do offer commissions. Please follow the link for more information about my prices and what I offer. I definitely write more than original slash fiction and more than smut, and I love trying out new plots and themes, so chances are I’ll be interested in playing with your characters.
Currently, the majority of the art on the website is drawn by betsy. We usually trade writing for art, and then I post it up here. So they’ve all been drawn specifically for me and are posted here with her permission.
If you like her art, be sure to check out her gallery to see more!
You can find a list of the full listing of artists here, complete with places you can find more work by the artist, once more art is posted.
Yes, oh my goodness. You’re more than welcome to e-mail me at
Be sure to include any links to galleries and whatnot so I can post it alongside your picture!
Regarding Slash Fiction
Because these answers are long, they will open on a fresh page in a new window.
What is Slash?
What is Femslash?
Why do you say “Slash” instead of “Yaoi”?
Do you have any slash fiction writing tips?
If you have any further questions, feel free to comment on this page and I’ll do my best to reply to you!