Double Early Bird Sneak Peek: “Zzzonked” and “Of Course We’ve All Seen the Sun”!

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–“I Would Die 4 U”, teased previously as an Early Bird story, has already been submitted to the EMCSA and Literotica. But the Early Bird patrons will be getting two new stories, “Zzzonked” (MC MD MF FF MA CB) and “Of Course We’ve All Seen the Sun” (MC MF MD)!

“Zzzonked” is a new superhero story, the first full outing for Madame Macabre! She’s just returned from a lengthy battle to find that one of the mystic books she’s guarding has escaped, and she needs to recapture its protagonist before he ends the world with his powerful sleep spells. It shouldn’t be any real problem… emphasis on “shouldn’t”. Here’s a taste:

Of course, she thought with a sinking feeling in the pit of her stomach as she alighted through the open window, the fact that nobody could get in didn’t mean she never had any security problems to worry about. Even as dulled as they were by drowsiness, her mystic senses could tell that something was wrong even before she found her clerk Mordecai slumped unconscious in his favorite armchair, a book with mysteriously blank pages lying open on the floor beneath his limp and dangling hand. As soon as she saw him, she realized exactly what it was that was pricking her magical intuition.

One of the stories had escaped again.

She reached down and scooped up the book with her pale, dexterous fingers, turning it over to look at the spine with a sense of growing apprehension. She relaxed a little when she saw the title–‘The Tale of Silas the Somnomancer’–but only a tiny bit. Silas was far from the most dangerous of the narratives she kept imprisoned in her magical shop; if Stabbily Ever After or The Duchess of Bone had made it out of their volumes, she probably wouldn’t have found Mordecai alive. But she knew how Silas’s story ended, and that meant she still couldn’t leave it until morning. Damn. It was always something.

And in “Of Course We’ve All Seen the Sun”, Sunny is trying to explain the strange dream she had, about a prince who needed rescuing and a queen who insisted the sun was nothing but a fantasy. Sunny’s sure it meant something, and she’s hoping her Master can explain it to her. Here’s a taste:

I dreamt I found this… it was sort of like a portal, in my dream. Not like a regular door, or even a magic door, but a sort of portal into my mind? Sorry, it’s sort of hard to describe. It was made of sheets of paper like the kind I use to write my devotions to you, but they were all glued together at one edge so you could only look at them in a particular order. And when you looked at all the words, they all made sense–even the ones that didn’t tell you how to obey, if you can believe that–and they made a picture in your head. In my dream, that picture was so real that I could almost step into it. Like, I read the words and it made me imagine things.

Sort of like your words, Master, but… not yours? I’m sorry, I know I’m not making much sense. But that’s what it’s like in dreams sometimes. Like, once I dreamed I was wearing clothes. All over my body! On my tits, on my cunt… everywhere! I looked so strange all covered up like that, like I wasn’t even horny or obedient even a little bit. I had on these, um, things. On my face. To help me see better, and make me look smart and serious, and it was… it was so weird. I didn’t look like your slut at all, Master.

Hope you enjoy them!


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