In all the years that I’ve been an author, I never asked a few simple yet specific questions that I probably should have long before now. But, being as I am a story teller, I have to set the question up first … of course. LOL
O negative blood mixes well with all other blood types and because of this, is known as the universal blood type – just like ABDL goes with so many other fetishes. The Catholic school girl fetish goes well with other fetishes, too.
The sweetest angel to ever crinkle her crawl on this good Earth once suggested that I combine ABDL with MedFet, the medical fetish. So, I took her advice. Five ABDL MedFet books later, I’m glad I listened to her. With the exception of The Zeke and Lily Saga, no other series I write has sold more than the ABDL MedFet books.
While sitting in the movie theater and watching Star Trek: Beyond in the summer of 2016, the idea of futuristic ABDL came to mind. That fall, I would write The ABDL Sci-Fi Series.
I once got an email about writing a story of an apartment complex that was just for ABDLers. This idea came up on an episode of The Big Little Podcast a few years ago. Out came The ABDL Apartment Series.
ABDL Pet Play emerged.
For the sexually ever-charged of the world came The ABDL Nympho Books.
ABDL Zombies was a recent edition in the sorority thriller: The Waddling Dead.
I wrote a book in choose-your-own adventure style called From Sun Up to Sun Down: The ABDL 3-Way Experience. A book with a multi-couples themes of varying orientations and preferences: 60 Degrees and Down the Crack.
I’ve written from personal experiences and have so many romantic saga series:
A series about forced age regression entitled Full Force.
ABDL and dream elves in Aria and the Countryside.
Bedtime stories – some that are dirty, some that are clean and some that are tangled fairy tales.
I even had a go at Dark Age Play a few times in The Gratification Books.
And there is still so much more to write, a lifetime of topics and themes and storylines to explore.
But I have never asked a few simple but profound questions:
What is it you like in an ABDL story?
What in a storyline compels you to keep reading?
And what story theme would you like to see combined with crinkly endeavors?