About ZD

I am a son, a brother, a nephew, an uncle, a friend, a writer and a storyteller.

Born and raised in Lancaster County, PA, I lived in a rural countryside right next to a junkyard.  This may sound like a horrible setting, but as a kid, I had the biggest dirt bike playground in the world.

I took piano lessons for ten years.  (Stop laughing!)  I never really wanted to and moaned and groaned about it every step of the way, but nowadays, I can sit down and tickle the ivories with the greatest of ease.

I took an interest in acting when I was in 8th grade when I saw the high school’s spring musical: “The King and I”.  I was hooked and as a freshman the next year, I auditioned for every single play the school offered.

Getting a college degree in Theater, I spent the ten years following being a part of 47 professional productions in Lancaster County.

In college, I picked up the guitar and taught myself how to play it.

I would write, direct and act in 4 mystery plays in 2006, 2007 and then again twice in 2009.  These mystery plays were created as fundraisers for a local charity I worked for.  In all, the 4 plays helped to raise over $30,000 for the charity.  And it couldn’t have been more timely, seeing as donations were down due to the economic collapse of the millennium.

I was blessed, in 2008, to have had the opportunity to write, direct and act in my own musical version of the story of Zorro.

So why am I telling you all of this? 

Well … this is the “About Me” page, but moreover, it was within that span of years and because of that combination of experiences that I began to develop an interest in writing fiction. 

A lot of people don’t like movie sequels, always claiming that nothing can be as good as the original movie, but I’ve always disagreed with that.  If the movie has been a good one, when it ends you want to know what happens next.  Every story, every saga has a next chapter to it.

I began writing fiction, particularly about a fetish I had, called “ABDL”.  Being straight, I wrote about Daddies and their BabyGirls.  From one story to the next, I began to add more detail and more detail.  Then I began spending time on making the characters seem as real as could be, giving them quirks and flaws and passions and dreams.

I always have a story in my head and I love to write out that story and share it with the world.  I always have a dream in my heart.

There have been times in my life when that story and that dream came together and I experienced the stories I wrote in real life.  There is nothing more fulfilling than bonding with a girl who has a love for “The Daddy’s Girl Fetish” in her soul.  You fall in love with her, for everything about her that is wonderful, but you also fall in love with her for her flaws. 

There is an Esperanza to everyone’s Diego de la Vega.  Sometimes we think we have found that person.   Sometimes we actually find them.

The only thing better than a fantasy is finding a reality which includes it.

“The Daddy’s Girl Fetish” is such an amazing and in-depth subject to write about.  And for those who subscribe to it in life, finding and falling in love with someone who feels it the same way you do is the most endearing feeling you will ever know. 

Soon you find yourself pondering so much:

If she excites and connects with you, seeks a bonding of hearts, to love and be loved, to share all her life with you, to trust and find fulfillment, has the littlest of hearts and the simplest of souls, is she the “reality” which includes your fantasy? Are you the “reality” which includes hers?

There’s a connection felt which goes deeper into one’s soul than the vanilla relationship, forming a dynamic which stays with you for the rest of your life.

And it is that depth of love which makes me write the ABDL romance stories that I do.  Every word is and always will be a piece of my heart, mind and soul.

For a real life story, please see the heading entitled:

When Someone Touches Your Heart

Thank you for visiting my website.

– ZD

The Be-All End-All sometimes looks down to see up.  It’s not a masquerade so much as it is proof that she’s the Be-All End-All.  Think about it.

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Did you really scroll down this far?  Well, then.  Maybe, just maybe the Be-All End-All is still out there.  Here’s a semi-hidden posting which most won’t see:

Semi-Hidden Message

The Password is: babygirl

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