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April 22, 2010
Posted at 2:12 pm
Updated: April 22, 2010 - 4:14 pm

Thanks to the SOL moderators for allowing me to show off some of my work. The story posted today "Erin - Her First Time Nude" has been through write and rewrite and more rewrites for the last eight months. I think I finally have something with Erin and the "Edenton" series. The series will be posted soon after some other stories are posted. I have created a "first day of school" story in which Erin, Jen, Amy, and Michael all go nude. But I am deciding on how to bridge the end of the first story until the end of summer.

I also thought today about bringing in some other characters that had been in the early development of the Erin stories, but change their location to one where indecency laws still exist. I might have more fun with it that way.

Anyway, if you have any ideas for a future story, you can always send me feedback, and I'll check it out.

Oh, one more thing on feedback: Please write more than one word. I got one with one word. I didn't know for a second if they thought the story was too short or they wanted more stories of that type. I ended up assuming that they wanted more stories.

Anyway, thanks for the welcome and allowing me to vent for a moment. I look forward to providing more as my brain allows.

Edit (4:06 PM ET) - Just checked out the new stories page and was surprised to see "Amy - A Walk In The Woods" also posted. Surprising to me because it's not written in a normal story or poem mode. Rather, it's written in ten "photographs of the mind" as if it were a real contribution sent to a voyeur website. Each entry starts with a short narrative, then the contributor and commenter. Each "picture" then has the thoughts of the contributor and commenter. As noted in the summary for "Amy", the commenter usually has the dirtier mind. I hope you all enjoy these kinds of stories as well. And I thank the SOL staff for allowing me to post it. There will likely be more of these, since I think they're easier to write than full stories. But I will be mixing it up. Thanks for reading the blog. And again if you have suggestions or ideas, let me know. I'd love to hear them.