My friend Vile has invited me to join his “Blog Tour,” which I accept with great appreciation and pleasure. So thank you, Vile.
I am a big fan of his blog The Kinky World of Vile and if you don’t know it then check it out.
What is the idea behind this Blog Tour?
It’s pretty simple. Answer the 4 questions about yourself and post the answers on your blog page and then invite a few other bloggers that you admire to join in on the fun and include links to their blogs on your page.
What am I working on at the moment?
Princess and I are shooting BDSM inspired photographs. It is an ongoing project we work on when we feel like doing so. It is private stuff or images for my blog.
A few weeks ago I started my Thursday’s Photograph project. The idea behind this project is to be creative “on command”.
I would love to write short stories, I have even a few plot lines ready. The only thing holding me back is my limited notion of the English language.
How does my work differ from others of its genre?
I have no idea if it does differ and if so in what way. I know my writing is mostly very personal. It is a very private, honest and, I hope, inspiring diary I am sharing with the world.
Why do I write what I do?
I enjoy reading about the lifestyle we, Princess and I, share. It helps me grow, helps me better understand the underlying dynamics and how they work together. Writing about the lifestyle forces me to think even deeper over what we do, how we experience and live it. It helps me grow even more as a partner and a Dominant. I also like to ventilate how beneficial this BDSM relationship is for Princess and me. Writing also helps me canalize my thoughts.
How does my writing process work?
I spend about 2 hours a day driving to and from work. Most of my ideas are born during these moments of relative solitude. For some reason there are ideas that rapidly become more viable than others. Then I start processing this newborn, narrating it in my head, moulding it until it is a story or a post. I cross-out, reshape and modify my text in my mind. This part can take an hour or a few days.
When I finally write it down my text is almost in its definitive shape.
Sitting in front of my computer with an empty document to start with does not work for me. I find it, for example, very difficult writing a reply to a post on the fly.
Here are 4 bloggers I love reading and would like to invite on this tour.