Early Bird Sneak Peeks: “Quill Pen Feather” and “Five-Finger Discount”!

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–“P.T.A.”, teased previously as an Early Bird story, has already been submitted to the EMCSA. But the Early Bird patrons will be getting two stories, “Quill Pen Feather” (MC) and “Five-Finger Discount” (MC FF)!

“Quill Pen Feather” is a new induction piece for all those of you out there into pens and calligraphy. It uses the mental imagery of writing down hypnotic language to create a trance (contains mild brainwashing and instructions to masturbate). Here’s a taste:

“The best way to learn, of course, is through repetition. Going over something again and again helps to fix it deep into your mind, pressing it into your memory like a groove in a record until every time you think, sooner or later your mind travels along the groove until it reaches that same spot. That’s why you’ve come back to learn with me again, so that I can guide you back into the lessons you’ve already learned so well. And now we’re going to learn them again together.

“Because learning and repetition aren’t passive any more than hypnosis is. You can only learn so much by listening. You’re a better learner when your mind is actively engaged with the lessons. You focus better. You concentrate more perfectly on my words and my voice, and the understanding sinks in deeper. And we both know you want to sink deeper, don’t we? Of course we do. You love to sink deeper and focus on my words and my voice. It helps to hypnotize you, and that’s exactly what you’re here to do.

“So to help you really concentrate on my words, and the way that they relax your mind and center your focus on the sound of my voice, I want you to picture a pen in your mind. Let’s make it a pretty pen, made from a soft black feather that shimmers with just a tiny bit of iridescent beauty every time it moves in your hand. Since this is our imagination, you can pretend that it flows easily and effortlessly with ink as it scratches across the paper. Or if it helps, you can imagine dipping it into vivid, lustrous red ink every time I pause, so that you can be ready to write the next thing I say on the blankness of your mind.

“Five-Finger Discount” is a more conventional piece of mind-control erotica, centered on an eighteen-year old shoplifter named Taylor who finds out that the store she’d marked as easy pickings has one loss prevention system she’d never expected–a magic spell that makes would-be thieves eager to make amends. Here’s a taste:

Taylor neared the front of the store, trying hard not to let any of her contempt for the store’s security systems show on her face. No scanners, no gates, checkout counters in each department instead of at the exit…she had no idea how this place stayed in business. She would have to come back for more stuff at this rate; it was a bit of a haul to come out here instead of her usual mall trip, but she’d never seen a place that was this easy to boost from. She could–

Taylor stopped dead at the front. She turned around, swiveling so precisely that it looked like a military maneuver. Then she walked straight back into the store, marching at a quick walk through one department after another until she found herself at the very back. She took a quick turn into an area marked ‘Employees Only’, then walked past the break room with a purposeful stare on her face that belied her complete and utter confusion about what the hell she had just decided to do.

It all seemed to happen so quickly. One second she was inches away from the wide open front exit, and the next she suddenly knew that nothing could possibly be more important than turning around and going back the way she came. She didn’t know where she was going or why, but she felt an irresistible, unquestionable, somehow perfectly logical compulsion to make her way to the rear of the building and go into an area she didn’t even know was there. It all made such perfect sense to her…on a level that had nothing to do with actually understanding anything. She was doing what she needed to do, and she was going to keep doing what she needed to do. Taylor stopped at a door marked ‘Security Office’ and gave it three quick, respectful taps.

Hope you enjoy them!

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