I like to write about the kind of woman that you could meet in everyday life. She need not look like a supermodel, or be slim and young. She could be your wife, daughter, the old lady across the street, that woman you hardly pay attention to every day you pass her on the way to work. Age doesn’t matter – well, OK there have to be some limits but she could be the teenager you pass on her way to school or the little white haired old lady you get annoyed with for walking too slow. The point is, I like to explore what could happen if these ‘ordinary everyday’ women had some training in the martial arts or through some kind of athletic activity that makes them stronger than you and capable of giving you a really good beating.
I am fascinated by the extremes – very old women who should be nice grannies, teenaged girls much smaller than yourself but who would be too much for you to handle in a fight, women who culturally would be expected to be quiet and subservient. My women are sometimes tough and sometimes brutal, but fight for their men. I love women with strong shapely legs and love it when they use them to destroy men with their powerful scissors holds or soul-destroying kicks and throws.
Yes, sometimes I will go off on a wild tangent and sometimes I will write stories inspired by well-known characters. Sometimes I will write about women in historic settings when most men would never even think a woman capable of engaging in combat, and sometimes I will write about Goddesses!
Each story can be read in isolation although a better understanding of the overall story arc would be gained by reading the rest of the series. Many of my stories contain descriptions of sex and violence. If you are offended by this, or if you are under the legal age of consent in your country, please do not read on.
If you are after a story about a particular character, try this link (work in progress)
Encounter with the Schoolmarm : A Victorian tale of pain, domination and female empowerment (JPECHO#07)
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