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Wednesday 4 June 2014

#SpankingA2Z D is for ....Dirty

A2Z-Logo--C1D is for Dirty

Sorry folks it had to happen. I’ve been very polite and well-mannered so far. But the truth is I like it Dirty. Filthy even. Hey, I’m a smut writer, what did you expect?
Dirty Talk – those delicious words, “you’re a dirty bitch,” whispered at just the right moment. It would horrify me at the wrong time, but in context, wow it’s hot!
Dirty Sex – I like it in my reading material, spanking books interest me but make it spanking erotica and I’m hooked.  And I LOVE to write it. The dirtier the better.
Dirty texts – love exchanging them with hubby. Shocking, maybe but it’s a great way to keep a monogamous, long term sex life as exciting as the first time.
Dirty words – Mostly I love them (in the right context) Fuck, shag, cock, pussy, prick, shaft, box. Not too fond of cunt though. It’s a word used casually, even as a friendly greeting over here in the west of Ireland but I don’t think I’ll ever get used to that. It shocked me to the core when I first moved here, and it still makes me tense up.
Dirty thoughts – oh my…let’s not even go there. Luckily my writing is an outlet for that!  As Shakespeare said [my] “mind is a sewer for foul toads to knot and gender in.” {Othello}
Okay, perhaps I shock. Sorry about that. J

Exile to Unity Excerpt
“N-no, Sir.” He continued spanking full force until he came to the end of the original fifty smacks, then he stopped and soothed her burning skin by rubbing it tenderly, while still holding her in position. Ange moaned in pleasure as her body soaked up the attention; arching her hips to meet his hand, purring to his touch. He let his hands drop between her legs, slipping to and fro easily on the moist swollen lips as she thrust her hips greedily towards him.
“Does that feel good?” he whispered, penetrating her hungry, wet cleft with two fingers.
“Mm, yes,” she groaned. He continued massaging her clit with his palm as he thrust his fingers in and out rapidly. She was almost embarrassed with the sloshy sounds of her arousal. Her body was tensing, gathering tightly, ready to explode.

Exile to Unity

When their preference for BDSM becomes embarrassingly public, Angela and Jim O’Brien decide to start afresh in Corbin’s Bend, a community based on a common ethos of spanking, a place where Ange hopes they can belong.

Ange soon learns that in this new environment,  Jim is not beyond chastising her with a good sound spanking as the couple face their past demons and try to recover the closeness they once shared.  New challenges soon face the couple.  Will their difficulties destroy them or can their move be what Ange initially hoped for, an exile to unity?

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  1. Deliciously dirty! That's a double D :)

    1. It certainly is a double D! A+ in alliteration class, Miss McKay. Top of the class for you. Your good girl spanking awaits :D

  2. Love the Double D. I finally got around to start reading the first of the series. Maybe by the time the last one is published I will have caught up.

    1. Ooh, I just started re-reading Finding Their Bliss today, it was so good I wanted to read it again. I almost envy you, reading it for the first time, not knowing what is going to happen.

  3. ***Covers eyes** LOL Just kidding! I can read dirty and enjoy it, i just can't write it!

    1. LOL, I once thought that too. My first draft of my first book was very tame compared to the finished product. :D

  4. You and I are very similar --in many ways! I love nothing more than dirty talk, dirty books, and I love dirty texting. My hubby and I love it! It does keep the flame alive!!

    1. We do seem to keep meeting over similar discussions :D I'm all for anything that keeps the spark glowing.

  5. I wonder if a day will ever come when dirty isn't dirty just normal--and if that will make it less exciting.

    1. I think it's probably already on it's way, Cara. Which is sad in a way but in another way it's a good thing as people who enjoy something a little different to the norm may feel less marginalised, I hope.

  6. I'm completly, utterly shocked. To the bone. To the very core of my spine Tara. You.love.dirty.words. You talk dirty. In the books, OK. Out the window there flies the saint Tara image, never to return again.
    Ah well, Tara I will cope somehow...

  7. Hmm. There's a lot of dirty girls round these parts, I've noticed...

    Started reading Exile to Unity today. Am loving it so far. Angela and Jim have a lot of history behind them which makes things interesting.

    1. Seems to be more and more of us this side of the Atlantic lately, Etta. :)
      So glad you are enjoying it. I have yours waiting, but I have to finish the one I'm on, so it will probably be Friday when I start. Looking forward to it, the snippets have been very tempting.

  8. Dirty words; don;t they only exist in the mind of the offended. Words surely can't be dirty! They are just words, used for expression (which may indeed be all number of things).

    For example,
    "That man has a nice cock."

    Might sound dirty, but if that gentleman is a chicken farmer then it's all perfectly innocent.

    "...And his wife looks eager to slap her lips around it"

    Clearly, Sunday roast is being planned.

    "She's very fond of the meat and two veg in the afternoon."

    Traditional Sunday fayre.

    "It gets her all hot and sweaty."

    Hot kitchens will do that


    Tipsy John (aka BawdyBloke)

  9. I was late coming to this - my parents never talked dirty at all, I had to pick it up in the streets! Love your D word today.

  10. love your dirty talk, Tara, and love Exile to Unity!
    I'm with PK.
    I had not hear very much in the way of dirty talk growing up, and am still trying to get used to it now.
    LOL, as a teenager, I had no idea what Madonna was talking about in any of her songs.
    I'm a bit sheltered. ;)