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renegadelover1959

I have not seen a story like this on here yet. I
was wondering if someone might run a story where the son is at the mall and accidently sees his dad coming out of a hotel with another woman on his arm and finding out it was his GF was the one with his dad.

He talks his mom into leaving the father and moving with him and his sisters and living in incest in another state or on a deserted island away from civilization for the rest of their lives.

If someone would like to take the idea and run with it. I wonder how many Chapters could be added as I would like for it to be at least 10-20 Ch. in length.

Replies:   Crumbly Writer
Crumbly Writer

@renegadelover1959

If someone would like to take the idea and run with it. I wonder how many Chapters could be added as I would like for it to be at least 10-20 Ch. in length.

For 10 to 20 chapters, there had better be a LOT of women on that island if they move to a deserted island in the very first chapter! 'D

Though, story composition-wise, there's a lot of ground between 'seeing your Dad dating your girlfriend' and your 'mother and sister agreeing to not only sleep with you, but taking you as their live-in mate'!

If anyone did write such a story, the father and girlfriend and the deserted island would be minor elements, while the majority of the story would be about the sister and mother deciding to abandon the social/sexual norms and not get into trouble.

Typically incest stories fall into two separate categories:
1) Someone sees his sister/mother in the bathroom and they immediately have sex, and spend the rest of the story convincing EVERYONE to have incest with their relatives to, or
2) the sex is slow to develop, as the story focuses on how the otherwise two 'normal' individuals decide to abandon all social conventions and hump like bunnies.

Hint: I tend to write the second kind, and while I enjoy the first, the second takes more time to develop and ends up being more enjoyable by creating a more believable alternate world.

Replies:   renegadelover1959
renegadelover1959

@Crumbly Writer

I will just forget about asking for this type of story then.

Replies:   joyR  Crumbly Writer
joyR

@renegadelover1959

I will just forget about asking for this type of story then.


Why not write it yourself..??

Just keep expanding the description you've already started and see where it goes...

Replies:   PotomacBob
StaticBat83

Any other details you'd like in the story? I might be interested in taking this on. Is there a way to share emails on this site? So I can show you the chapters before posting them. To see if the story is what you want or like?

Replies:   Ernest Bywater
Ernest Bywater

@StaticBat83

Is there a way to share emails on this site?


use the DM button in the bottom right to send a message Direct to the person who posted it, then you can exchange emails with safety.

Replies:   StaticBat83
StaticBat83

@Ernest Bywater

Thanks.

Crumbly Writer

@renegadelover1959

I will just forget about asking for this type of story then.

Sorry for the long delay, but I don't frequent this particular forum often.

Don't stop asking for stories you like, but I'm just explaining that it doesn't jib which why authors choose to write on SOL.

Rather than offering them cash payouts, you'll probably do better with general suggestions, to put the 'bug' in their ear so authors will consider it, over time, and hopefully constructing complete stories concerning it, rather than 'one off' just to capitalize on your cash offer.

It just seems that approach generates better stories overall, even though it does leave many requests unsatisfied.

PotomacBob

@joyR

this is the description for posters to this forum: "Have a story idea but you can't write? Post it here and maybe somebody will pick up your idea and develop it. No guarantees and maybe, no credit either". Yet, when a poster chooses to request a story here (thereby conceding they can't write) somebody else frequently suggests "write it yourself."

Replies:   joyR
joyR

@PotomacBob

this is the description for posters to this forum: "Have a story idea but you can't write? Post it here and maybe somebody will pick up your idea and develop it. No guarantees and maybe, no credit either". Yet, when a poster chooses to request a story here (thereby conceding they can't write) somebody else frequently suggests "write it yourself."

So you object to my going "off topic" so to speak...?? Because that so rarely happens here...

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