June 7th, 2018

Late

A schoolgirl learns  there is no excuse for unacceptable behaviour

By Steven Wilson

Laura Williams was late. She had never been late for school before but as she glanced at her watch it was a real possibility that she would be today. She hardly ever dozed off again in bed once her alarm had gone off, so why on this of all mornings did she have to do so when her mother had left early for work so she was not around to give her a reminder to get up.

In a state of panic, Laura had leapt out of bed, pulled her nightie off and put her uniform on, skipped breakfast, grabbed her bag and raced out the front door, slamming it shut behind her. By her reckoning, if she hurried and ran part of the way, she might just get to school on time. As she set off down the road she resisted the urge to run too fast as it brought attention to herself and was all rather embarrassing.
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June 4th, 2018

The Question of Realism – Part 2 of PG’s survey

First, thank you to those that have responded to the debate. We have had some very interesting responses.

Having looked at the question of realism in both Judicial and Military situations, I will now turn to those that enjoy the cane and those that have been spanked or caned in a domestic situation. In both of these scenarios there is plenty of grounds to assume realism, not least of which comes from stories on the ‘True Recollections’ sister site. 

Enjoying the cane

Over the years I have written quite a few stories about girls that have gone out of their way to experience the cane. Some of these are based on true events, others are complete fiction.
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June 1st, 2018

The Difficult Girl

A girl is required to move to a new school

By Jane Fairweather

The door to the Headmistress’s study opened.

“Mr Smyth and Jennifer.” The School Secretary announced, ushering in a man in a grey suit who looked rather old to be a father, and a tall girl with red hair and a green dress. As she got up from the three neatly arranged armchairs at the side of the room to greet her visitors, Miss Burton caught a glimpse of the girl’s bottom through her dress. Long and narrow buttocks, she noted with approval, but had the girl got a slip on? If she hadn’t, it suggested a certain lack of attention to the normally accepted, but then again maybe the light was going through the thin dress on this very bright August day.
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May 28th, 2018

Matt and Ellie go away together

Ellie learns a hard lesson to keep her new boyfriend

By Paul S

Matt and Ellie discussed their 3-month relationship at length down the village pub called the Pack of Hounds and decided perhaps they both needed a break from the 24/7 life of being a vet on call and a full-time shepherdess respectively.

Ellie suggested it was time they had a holiday, and Matt agreed that it would be good for them to spend time together in a warmer climate. So, they agreed to book a week in Tenerife, and looked forward to the looming departure date.

Matt picked up Ellie, who had arranged a stand in shepherd whilst she was away. Matt also had a substitute vet on call for the week he was away. Matt dressed sensibly with a light case, whilst Ellie, true to form, wore a blouse, hot pants with bare legs, wedge heels and a jacket. She also packed a large 20 kilo case which Matt said was ridiculous for a week in the sun.
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May 24th, 2018

The Hard Choice

A school principal offers his students a choice

By Kenny Walters

In stunned silence, we exited the assembly hall with the other thirty odd year 12 students.

“Oh my god,” Mary Miller spoke as soon as we were out into the main thoroughfare.

There were a whole lot of things I wanted to say, but somehow nothing came out of my mouth. We drifted rather aimlessly in the direction of our year homeroom.

“I mean, we weren’t actually involved, were we Annie?” Mary continued.

“No, we didn’t do a thing.”

“So, we don’t need to do anything?”

“Well, I don’t know.”

“But if we didn’t do anything wrong, why should we be punished?”
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May 23rd, 2018

Ten Years Later

A Sequel to ‘Old School’. Rachel’s adult life takes a surprising turn.

 by Katie Hammond

Rachel Claire Hampton normally woke up tired, and this January Saturday morning was no exception. She glanced at the red numbers of the digital bedside alarm clock beside her. It was already well over an hour past the time when she had planned to get up. She looked at the ceiling and sighed. It didn’t have to be like this, she thought. The tiredness, the stress and general malaise that had hovered over her for a couple of years now was nearly always with her. She knew the reason for it but found it hard to get out of the rut she was in.
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May 22nd, 2018

The Trainee Shepherdess

Being headstrong is not always appreciatred

By Paul S

Ellie was aged 20 and about 5 foot 5 inches tall with a svelte 36-26-36 figure, long dark hair and was full of attitude. She was brash, stylish and could have been a model or worked in the city. Instead, she loved animals and was intrigued by the freedom of becoming a trainee shepherdess with her own Border Collie sheepdogs.

Ellie lived and worked in Yorkshire and had persuaded a local farmer to take her on as a trainee shepherdess. Ellie worked full time, with one day a week training at a local veterinary college to learn all bout veterinary diseases that affect sheep and cattle. She also had to learn about livestock regulations in general, and the ‘country code’.
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May 17th, 2018

Paying the Rent

A student struggles to pay the rent

 By Julie Baker 

My name is Jessica and I was born in Newcastle in 1991. I have a sister called Lauren who is just over a year older than me. We have always been very close to each other with plenty of shared experiences and rarely any secrets between us. We went to the same schools in Newcastle and often played in the same sports teams despite not being in the same school years. We eventually went to different universities, but even this didn’t stop us spending a lot of time together.

Physically, we very much take after our mother. She is tall and was very much a beauty in her day. We’ve inherited our slim, athletic body shapes from her, along with her blond hair and fair skin. We are obviously sisters in appearance with similar facial looks and we both have toned bodies with tight, firm bottoms and small soft breasts. I must confess that I have always been proud of my appearance, and I’ve always enjoyed showing my body off if the opportunity presents itself!
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May 12th, 2018

Diamond’s Tale – A new ebook from Susan Thomas

I have written four stories about Frugal Valley, a domestic discipline community in the NW of England. Each features a very different heroine. Damson was a stroppy, gifted teenager who fought just about everything before finally ending up married and living in the community. Daisy was a  a teenager desperate for someone to take her in hand and restore her happy self. Delia was a a divorcee in her thirties whose reluctant acceptance of domestic discipline took many a turn.

Now Diamond comes along to tell her tale. Diamond is a university student with a secret… she fantasises about receiving corporal punishment. When her mum marries and moves to Frugal Valley, Diamond has an opportunity. But has she the courage to take it up?

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May 11th, 2018

The Fashionable but Painful Path to a Doctorate

A ruthless business owner takes unusual steps to get what she wants

By Angela Fox

My intercom buzzed.  I thumbed the button and said, “Yes Madge?”

“Miss Robbins, Mrs Morton has arrived. She doesn’t have an appointment but she says you were expecting her?”

“Ahh, yes. Good. Send her in would you, and I apologise for not notifying you. It had slipped my mind.”

Janet Morton was my personnel manager and company security officer, all rolled into one. She had been with me from the early days and, though having little interest in fashion herself, had been one of my best friends at school. She had originally started her own headhunting company and then, as my own business ‘Strut Fashion’ took off, she had come to work for me full time as my business grew and I needed more people.
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