To start a book, an author asks himself, What if …? Several months ago my question was, What if drug addicts could be treated with spanking? I don’t mean punished to keep them from putting poison into their bodies, I mean introduced to enough hard, serious ouch in their bottoms to take the place of the intense feelings they receive taking drugs.
The answer, realistically, is probably no. But I don’t like that answer, so I kept on with the project, and the people I met who were undergoing just exactly that kind of treatment had such a raft of stories to tell me that I have yet to stop writing them down.
This, then, is Volume 1 of a saga that may or may not end someday. It is said that once one is an addict, one is never cured, only in recovery. So I suppose my recovery consists of continuing, ad infinitum, to tell you the stories I hear from both the addicts and those who treat them.
I’ll roll out one of these shortish and inexpensive books as and when I get them ready to go.
Oh, and that includes helping Audrey put together a suitable cover. This one she just finished captures the mood of the piece perfectly, and I am deeply grateful.
And to my editors, PA, Audrey, Ellie, Janie, Kaki, and my supporters, which is the rest of you lovely lot, thanks for always being there for me.
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Here’s the sales blurb and disclaimer:
You can’t cure addiction with bottom paddling! Can you?
The unfortunate fact is, you can’t cure addiction, full stop; you can only treat it. And that is exactly the issue Devlin O’Neill tackles in his latest romantic dramedy book series, Maggie’s Strict Remedy.
In the first episode, Paddle Therapy, we meet Maggie and her boss and benefactor, Stewart. They are, respectively, a psychiatrist and a philanthropist who decide to answer JFK’s rhetorical why not? question by opening a fully functional rehab center where the well-paddled bottoms of male and female addicts alike help move them onto the road to recovery.
Addiction treatment is a growth industry these days, and in and around this rehab center there never is a dearth of patients, as well as practitioners, with interesting stories to tell.
So come with Dev and get to know both the users who suffer the pains of addiction and the therapists who make them suffer the pains of a sore behind—not to punish, but only to override the pains of withdrawal long enough for more traditional talk therapy to have an effect.
And, as always, when in doubt, call your sponsor and get to a meeting.
Publisher’s Advisory—This is a work of fiction written for an adult audience. It contains depictions of adult consensual spanking, as well as descriptions of erotic, adult behaviors, including masturbation and anal intercourse. If you do not want to read such subject matter, please do not open this book.