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I like to support my fellow filthy writers when I can. What really drove me to read this little piece was the cover I saw to this story, titled Discipline Me. As you can see Mich Masoch knows how to grab a person’s attention and I was willing to shell out the $2.99 to read the words that went with this lovely image.
Three sentences into her story I had to grab a highlighter because Mich has some wonderful “word bombs” (a term borrowed by T.M. Camp) throughout her piece:
“I swallow hard, hoping to eject my heart from the place it’s lodged itself in my throat.”
Mich’s piece is not mushy with flowers and love. It’s dirty with the character’s point of view on her very first punishment from her lover in great detail in a little over 11 pages when printed out. She takes you right there in the brain of Jacqueline and the position of being bent over a desk. I am not a fan of wordy tales but she pulled a Sherlock Holmes scene on me with the attention to detail:
“At first, it’s like a little nip of a bite, then a fast, hard push against the arc of my ass, compressing the muscle in a fraction of an instant as waves of impact ripple out and back. I lurch forward from the force, the desk edge digging into my hip.”
This piece is a journey into submission and only the first installment of 6 parts. I won’t give away all the titles but my favorite one that Mich listed out is the final part titled “Break Me”. I look forward in seeing how this adventure unfolds for Jacqueline.
You will not be disappointed in Mich’s perfectionism in writing. She is good at her craft with words and imagery.
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