Pinup Friday

Sep 22, 2017 by

Today is the autumnal equinox.

 

So our pinup girl is celebrating her well spanked bottom outdoors!

Happy fall, y’all!

That is all.

Dev out.

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A Lost Review of “The Extravengers” by PA

Sep 19, 2017 by

{Author’s Note – I tried to post this to Amazon, but they rejected it because they are awful people. This is not the first time that has happened, so if it ever happens to you when you try to post a review of one of Dev’s books, do tell him about it, and he will make sure it gets published, anyway.}

Think about chemistry — the mind-tingling, wit-appreciative British humor that constantly brewed between Emma Peel (Dame Diana Rigg) and John Steed (Patrick Macnee) as they combine forces to save the world from mayhem during the 1960’s TV favorite “The Avengers.”

 

Pair it with biology — the core-tingling, palm-itching, bottom stinging responses evoked by the delightfully rounded posterior of Dame Diana that so often filled the small screen in the clever series.

 

And there you have it — the best of both worlds for an audience devoted to both the cerebrally engaging and the physically captivating. How eagerly humanity as we know it — both those who have embraced their true selves and those still struggling with the battle — awaited (and continues to pine for) each new episode.

 

Unfortunately, such a titillating actual spanking pair has yet to appear on-screen and, it must be acknowledged, never will.

 

Happily, however, just such a combination of witty theatrical crime solving and This Thing We Do does exist in a companion realm.

We owe that to multi-book author and spanking romance doyen Devlin O’Neill, who has invited us along on a page-turning adventure that showcases his favorite leading lady, her urbane and very well dressed male crime-fighting partner, and also a third character, whom the author seems to know as well as he knows himself, in the spanking-as-speculative-fiction novel “The Extravengers.”

 

 

The first time I read this book, I indulged fully in my usual approach to any of the dozens of tales O’Neill commits to paper — that of speed reading until I reach the “good” parts, which I then savor repeatedly and at my leisure. Then, with my appetite for physically-focused tingle satisfied — at least, temporarily — I began again. The second read-through nourished both my brain and my funny bone.

“You won’t run a few simple errands, even as a personal favor to me?” Reed said as he dribbled the last of the bubbly into her glass.

“You think you can prey upon my helplessness, don’t you?” Ella replied. “Just like last time.”

“My dear,” he said, his eyes wide as he raised his glass to her. “I never prey. It’s against my religion.”

 

O’Neill, admittedly, was still honing his literary (and spanking) craft as a teenager while Peel and Steed were dispatching the naughty-doers on-screen, without benefit of canes or corners, so I am quite certain he had nothing to do with creating either the endearingly British repartee or the fantastic story lines that kept viewers coming back for more, week after week, but he could well have stepped in to fill creative shoes, had such been needed.

 

O’Neill, a popular Internet blog host, proves that ability in “The Extravengers” with his mastery of interplay between the main characters, combined with his spot-on ability to create dialogue the reader can hear falling with ease from the lips of the crime-fighting duo.

 

Once he adds his usual shuddery-feeling disciplinary descriptions of the delightful Ms. Peel getting what we all know she secretly yearned for through multiple BBC TV series, and you have one of O’Neill’s most delightfully satisfying books yet, on oh, so many levels.

 

 

Once you’ve read this clever story, you’ll feel compelled to search out episodes of the original TV show online. And you’ll view each scene with new eyes, hoping against hope that the script handed to Rigg and Macnee all those years ago will somehow be magically supplanted by O’Neill’s lively story line, instead.

 

Of course, that is not to be, but you can still enjoy the best of both worlds, thanks to the spanking fiction master and his spot-on (that would be “sit-spot,” of course) take on Emma Peel (Ella Teal), John Steed (Jon Reed), and the mysterious Desmond McSteel (Devl — oh, but you’ll figure that part out for yourself, I’m sure.)

Happy reading, then, and please, do share your own impressions of this clever and very satisfying book. It will encourage O’Neill to supply us with more stories, I am quite sure. Maybe some of them will even focus on the further adventures of Ella and Jon. I know that there are more tales to be told and bottoms to be warmed in this talented author’s spank-centric mind.

And I NEED them.

So will you.

That is all.

Princess Anastasia out.

 

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Friends Don’t Let Friends …

Sep 17, 2017 by

Get spanked outdoors alone.

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Ash Missed Her Birthday Spanking!

Sep 15, 2017 by

Ash, Ash, Ash … why didn’t you remind me that it was your birthday, hm? You know what happens when I get disappointed with a girl.

 

So, in addition to your regular birthday spanking from Alder and one from me …

 

I’ll just make sure you’re toasted a nice, bright, rosy pink so that you remember next year, see if I don’t!

And belated happy birthday, sweetie,

From Uncle Dev and the gang of usual suspects.

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Pinup Friday

Sep 15, 2017 by

This week’s pinup puzzler is a bare-bottomed doozy, boys and girls! 

In this painting, it seems that in order to register as little weight as possible, the blonde has removed all of her clothing, as well as, apparently, her nipples.

So now, she is demonstrating annoyance toward the spaniel that is putting its paws on the scale and adding avoirdupois to the reading.

The conundrum, then, is — why does she still have her shoes on?

Your guess is as good as mine, kids, so get your answers into the comments now! 

And remember — spelling and creativity count!

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