May 15th, 2012

Welcome…

Welcome to overthedesk.com where you will find short stories featuring realistic corporal punishment. Viewing these stories is entirely free and all we ask is that you respect the authors’ copyright.

We are actively seeking new stories for this site and will always offer help, assistance and encouragement if needed to new and long-standing writers alike. We have a sister website for factual recollections at www.otd-memories.com where again new memories are welcomed.

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January 21st, 2019

Treason

Set in medieval times, a girl receives typical punishment of the age

By Jane Fairweather

“You have got the quails for your aunt, dear, haven’t you?”

Mother was fretting, Alice thought to herself. Mother did not like sending her only child away at such a time, when the loyalty of her husband to the crown was openly being questioned, but, Alice thought to herself, her lady mother knew all too well that Alice would be a lot safer with her Aunt Margaret, the countess of Eboracum, whose husband stood high in the favour of King Arthur the Fourth of Lyonesse, than here in the castle of her father, who was on the verge of being condemned to death for treason, which would lead of course to the loss of his lands and her own disinheritance. Mother would probably end up in a nunnery, if she did not find herself on a scaffold sharing her husband’s fate, which god forbid. Women were not often executed for treason, but it was not unknown. Everyone knew King Arthur was a great and wrathful king; and her Mother and Father had always been very close. If Father was involved in treason, it was quite likely that Mother was as well. This could well be the last time she would see either of her parents.
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January 6th, 2019

My 21st Birthday Party

A young lady surprises her friends

By Julie Baker

My name is Lucy Chambers and I consider myself to be a fairly normal 23 year old living and working in London. I’ve spent my whole life in London, including a year at sixth form college studying for a level 3 diploma  to become a gym instructor specialising in Yoga and Pilates. I have never known my father and I was brought up as an only child by my mother who is a midwife at one of the exclusive private hospitals in the city. My Mum and I are very close and I owe everything to her hard work and dedication in order to provide me with all the opportunities in life. I now work for one of the well known private sports companies in south west London and live in my own flat in Putney which I bought with the help of some inheritance money when I left home. I have really been very fortunate!
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January 3rd, 2019

Game Set and Match

A story with a romantic twist

by Katie Hammond

The umpire looked from his vantage point at the now tired but excited crowd wilting in the December Buenos Aires sunshine and spoke.

“Quiet please, ladies and gentlemen, match point.”

The next serve would possibly be the final one of the game which had lasted just over four hours. There had been nothing to separate Rachel Hamilton and Jennifer Cook in this intense duel until the last set when the English woman, like the crowd, had suddenly started to wilt. Jennifer Cook had been the overwhelming favourite, but had become flustered and frustrated at her own errors. That left the young Argentine with the English name to pull out of both her mental and physical reserves one last ounce of effort to win this exhausting and exhilarating game.
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December 27th, 2018

The New Girl

A girl finds herself in serious trouble during her first day at her new school

By Brian Melville

When Mr and Mrs O’Rayen decided to relocate from Ireland to England, they had to find the perfect school for their eighteen year old daughter, Kelly, to finish her final year of school, as they did not want their daughter to go to a boarding school which might be far from home.

The O’Rayens decided on the exclusive St Mary’s Secondary School for girls, which was a private school in their new neighbourhood in the south of England.  St Mary’s had a rich tradition of producing well educated, well disciplined young ladies, due to the high standard of education and extreme scrutiny of all new students.
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December 24th, 2018

Pupils Revenge

A retired teacher learns there are strings attached to a business partnership

By Angela Fox

Chapter 1

Miss Sandra Jackson walked into the lounge area and saw Christine sitting on the sofa fiddling with the remote control for the television.

“Hello dear,” she said, “I was just unpacking my things and I found this laying neatly on my bed and wondered what you wanted me to do with it?”

Christine turned and looked over at the older woman. Miss Jackson was holding up a coat hanger that contained a starched white cotton blouse over which was draped an old-fashioned navy-blue box-pleated gymslip that, although larger in size, was almost identical to one Christine had worn as a schoolgirl over ten years ago. Draped around the blouse’s stiff collar was a striped tie from the same school.
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December 17th, 2018

Sixth Form Field Trip

Two girls get into trouble during a field trip

By Brian Melville

Eighteen year old Madeline May and Jessica Lawton were best friends since they could remember, and they were always in the same class at school since first form. Now the two friends are in sixth form and looking forward to the yearly sixth form field trip to a chocolate factory in the neighbouring town.

Maddy’s and Jesse’s, as they were known by their friends, story starts during a beautiful sunny day  during the summer of 1990, as the two tall, slender, leggy, blonde friends met up at the corner cafe about three blocks from school, like they did every morning on their way to school.
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December 11th, 2018

Devotion To Detail

A headmaster deals with an awkward member of staff

by Hilary Wilmington

There was a knock on his door. “Come in. Ah, Mrs Hargreaves.” He congratulated himself on calling her ‘Mrs Hargreaves’.  She disliked being called ‘Matron’. On her first day, she had informed him, with the suggestion of a smile, that she didn’t think it suited her. To be fair, it was hard to imagine anyone less like the stereotype of a school matron. She was tall, dark and willowy and (with him at least) she was fond of adopting a ‘femme fatale’ manner. His eyes gravitated downwards to her legs and rested on them for a few seconds. They were exceptionally nice to look at.
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December 7th, 2018

Not So Innocent Abroad (Part Two)

Disobedience has a painful result.

By Robert Gunn

“What do you mean, I’m still grounded? I did everything you said. It was only supposed to last until after mid-terms!”

“As far as we’re concerned, the tests aren’t over until the grades are posted next week. You can hold out until then.”

Megan had moved to New York from London on a ‘study abroad’ program a few months previously, and had celebrated her new found freedom by partying hard and studying little. As a result, she’d been in danger of flunking out of Columbia University and being sent home.

Her ‘host parents’, Tom and Diane, with whom she’d been living and whose rules had been a thorn in her side ever since her arrival, had spanked her and grounded her until after her mid-term examinations, and she had to admit that it was exactly what she needed. She had buckled down, studied hard, and was sure that she had done well on the tests. Now, after two weeks of hard labor, she was anxious to celebrate her success.
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December 6th, 2018

Introducing Miriam Sheafe

Miriam Sheafe is a Hungarian writer with a vivid imagination and a unique style of writing. Her stories cover numerous geographic locations and historical periods. Many are richly illustrated with her very fine cyber composition skills (see below). From 18th century Hungary to modern day USA, 1950s Czechoslovakia to present day north India, the locations are wide and varied. For the reader looking for something quite different from mainstream spanking discipline, take a look at Miriam’s books on her Amazon Author Page.

She has also produced the artwork for Kenny Walters’ new ebook, yet to be published.

Miriam Sheafe’s Amazon Author Page: Please click here
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November 28th, 2018

Elfreda’s Revenge

A letter from school spells trouble for a girl

By Jane Fairweather

“Your father wants to see you in his study, Miss, at once.” Said old Betsy James who had been the general dogsbody of the Kavanagh household at Monkhold House for as long as anyone could remember.

There was a sneer to the old woman’s face from under her old fashioned muslin cap as if to say she had never had a high opinion of her employer’s only daughter and what was coming was only justice and rather overdue. A far from comforting return home from school after the Autumn term, Elfreda Kavanagh thought to herself, remembering the spanking she had got after her first term in the Fourth Form. But Betsy was gloating rather too early in the day, she decided. After all, she was a young lady now and a Sixth Former; probably her father was just eager for a chat. And anyway, quite probably he had not got to hear of the silly piece of trouble that she had been in.
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