The Saga of Vincent Dawn

After years or pre-production and 9 months, I am pleased to reveal The Saga of Vincent Dawn!

The Saga of Vincent Dawn is the tale of a troubled and disturbed individual who kills himself and is reborn as a god with the ability to bring whatever his imagination holds to life.  It is a tale of abuse, self-fulfillment, self-loathing, and bizarre happenings the likes of which border on begin complete and utter nonsense. It is also a condensed retelling of a series of novellas I wrote when I was a teenager, reframed and reformatted around a larger narrative depicting the ascension, transformation, and degeneration of an abused child who wanted nothing more than a normal quiet life.

The story is available via GoogleDocs.

If you have any comments about the story, positive or negative, feel free to let me know, as I love getting feedback on my work.

Rundown (11/03-11/10) Natalie’s Not With It!

So, those who have followed my work for any amount of time would have inevitably picked up on clues that I am, to an extent, quite privy to certain concepts such as TG, body swapping, possession, and to a lesser extent whatever narratively flexible and interesting concepts that have been hued by the billowing fetish community.  But lately I feel that whatever part of me that would obsess over these things has been steadily and slowly fading away.
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Rundown (9/23-9/29) No One Can Stop The Koopa Queen!

You know how they say you cannot have too much of a good thing?  Yeah, that is complete nonsense. After last week’s rundown, where I was positively ecstatic about how Bowsette blew up, it completely went wild after a while, with thousands of people “jumping on the bandwagon” and drawing their own interpretations of the character, including some especially well known artists.  Things went completely nuts once Japan found the fan art, and proceeded to turn Bowsette into the highest trending topic on Japanese Twitter, and continued to flood Twitter, Pixiv, and more with an absolute deluge of art.

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