Archive for April 6th, 2017

Early Bird Sneak Peek: “Quiver and Quake”!

April 6, 2017

Hi all! It’s time for another Early Bird Sneak Peek, where I share a glimpse at the story my lucky Early Bird patrons will be enjoying next Saturday thanks to their pledges at my Patreon page! Of course, if you’re not an Early Bird patron, you’ll still get a story next week–“Complicated”, teased previously as an Early Bird story, has already been submitted to the EMCSA. But the Early Bird patrons will be getting “Quiver and Quake”! (MC)

As is every so often the case, this is a pure induction piece, intended to be read aloud to a willing partner in order to induce a hypnotic state. It uses seismographic imagery (no actual earthquakes, but if someone is phobic about such things this may induce a little too much anxiety to work properly) and contains suggestions to disrobe, masturbate, and go under more easily to the same induction through repetition (which generally happens anyway but hey). It is entirely gender-neutral and can be used by folk who are trans or non-binary as well as cisfolk. And, you know, I think I did a really good job with it and it’s hot and I think you’ll like it. Here’s a taste:

“Because as you watch that stylus, tracing an unbroken line along the endless roll of graph paper, you’ll notice that already the arm is moving a little less. The peaks and the valleys are growing a little bit more shallow as you center your attention on the device itself and focus your mind on watching the arc it traces along the smooth, flowing paper. The line on the paper is tracing the shape of your thoughts, after all, and the more attention you pay to that line, the less you think about other thoughts and the smoother the line becomes. And the more you notice the line smoothing out, the less you think about anything else.

“You may notice a few spikes every now and again, as you find yourself excited by the anticipation of going into a deep, hypnotic trance for me. But those spikes aren’t things you’re feeling anymore. They’re things you’re watching. You can observe your thoughts with calm, peaceful detachment and allow them to pass by, rolling along until they’re curled up in the nested loops of the drum. Captured and held and out of sight, the same way your attention is captured by the slow and steady motion of the stylus.

Hope you enjoy it!