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The Kind of Girl You Bring Home to Meet Your Mother

Zeke and Lily - Her DiaryTaken from:  Zeke and Lily (Book Four): Her Diary

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here is a diary entry Lily made about a very important day when she met her present and her future. This entry is written in Lily’s words.

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The Kind of Girl You Bring Home to Meet Your Mother –

Entry Three – September 12th

Dear Diary,

I just had a most relaxing morning. I really didn’t do much, just hung out here at the house and zoned on the couch. I have a lot on my mind right now. Next week, I got to the doctor again and he will tell me if my treatments are having any effect on the illness I have.

So today, I asked Zeke if he would take me on a trip and make it a surprise. He said he would. So I sat there for a while and tried to guess where he would take me. I heard him talking on his cell phone to someone in the bedroom.

Then he came out with a t-shirt, one of my bras, one of his light blue button down shirts, and a pair of jeans! I was amazed. He never likes me to be in pants, but recently has put me in jeans a couple of times when we’ve gone out. My legs haven’t been covered very much since he brought me home from the hospital. -giggle- I like the way that sounds. 🙂 It makes me feel like his baby.

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Ahh … some day.

On the day The 50 Shades books were reported about on NBC Nightly News, this website saw a one-day spike in traffic that has yet to be even remotely equaled since.

At first, I thought there was some sort of glitch in the WordPress stats feature.  But other less-than-vanilla websites were also reporting record visitations on that day.  So I knew something was up.

Three years later, I went to see the first 50 Shades movie in the theater – something I rarely do anymore … unless it is the latest Sylvester Stallone movie.  As I sat there watching it, I thought about the possibilities of where this all could lead.  And I will admit that my mind went right to The Zeke and Lily Saga. I saw it as a pipe dream, but still contemplated how to take all 10 books in the series (11 now, but at the time, there were only 10) and combine them into 3 or 4 movies.

To just see those words: Zeke & Lily on the screen would have been a thrill unparalleled and likely, never to be paralleled again.  But it might come at a grave cost.

Tell ya what … like me get back to the explanation of that grave cost in a minute.

Unlike a lot of folks, I liked the first movie.  It was extremely watered down, but at the same time, it was watered down enough to give the vanilla masses the ability to swallow it without choking.  When speaking with a friend about it, he disagreed with me – calling it an abomination of BDSM, going so far as to refer to the Shades stories as an abusive relationship and not a representation of BDSM at all.

He would continue on about it, saying how this showed BDSM in a horrible light and how it wasn’t fair to present it in mainstream with such an inaccurate depiction.

I respected his opinion, as he was entitled to have one.  But my reply to him was:

“Throughout the 90s, ABDL was bastardized on talk show after talk show after talk show – from Jerry Springer to Donahue to Montell Williams to Sally Jessy Raphael and so many others.  And not a single one of them took a serious approach to exploring the meaning of age play, instead opting to decorate their stages as a nursery and to allow their audience members to ask insulting and  demeaning questions with intention of poking fun at the subject – as opposed to learning about it and perhaps comprehending its meaning … none of which even once being corrected or redirected by the hosts.

So I understand your pain when I hear you speak of how 50 Shades has misrepresented BDSM.”

But he brought a good point to light, once again.  Everything comes with a cost … a grave cost.  And without the necessary monitoring to keep the subject objective (for lack of a less confusing way to put it), BDSM becomes a way to physically and mentally abuse people and get away with it … and ABDL becomes an organization of diaper freaks with Peter Pan Syndrome who avoid adult responsibilities.

Sounds ugly, doesn’t it? The four letters we have in common have never been given a fair chance in the public eye.  And because of this, we don’t smile fondly on more opportunities when they arise.  But as a community, we protect our own.  And we always will.

Perhaps there are situations when certain ABDLers go at each other.  Sometimes, this is a scuffle, figuratively speaking, between two members of the younger generations.  Sometimes, this is a battle between members of opposing events.  Sometimes, this is a poor exchange between two people who struggle with how to present their opinions. 

But regardless of our reasons for being human, another human condition is to dream.  And dream I do.

Who would have ever believed that we could come as far as we have already?  We have at least three hotel conventions, two of which that are now hotel takeover conventions.  We have massive house parties, regular events and gatherings, more munches and groups and websites than can be counted … and the ability to keep growing – on our terms.

Zeke & Lily – In Theaters Now.

Ahh … some day.

20 Years

I just realized two days ago that I began writing my very first story on January 1st, 1999.  So I’ve been at it for 20 years. 3,679,310 words and 10,502 pages later, I believe I’ve only scratched the surface of what our four-letter common interest can provide us.  And I’m merely one fish in the sea, a member of a school I take pride in being a part of.

That first story was entitled: “The Diapered Female”.  Real creative name, huh? LOL  The story was about a college girl and boy who got together to spend a weekend trying out a fetish that the girl accidentally revealed to him when very drunken at a frat party.

I would post it online and would rewrite it for years as I kept exploring this new thing I had found called ABDL.  Years later, that story would be retitled: “When Fantasy Became Her Reality”.  Nowadays, that story appears in the book: Gabriel & Gina.

But I never believed I would keep writing stories.  Yet, they kept coming to mind and I kept typing them out, next posting a story entitled: “Overnight”.  This would later become book two in The Zeke & Lily Saga series.

Through the paperback-only era and right on into the ebook era, I have poured my heart into what I write.  Through relationships and the eventual massive growth of the ABDL community, I kept writing and writing and writing.

Some of the stories were based on real events in my life.  Others were the product of fantasies.  Others were the requests of people.

From romance to pure-n-innocence to dark BDSM themes – stories of sexuality, humiliation, diapers, spanking, diapers, little headspace, diapers, discipline, correction, bondage, forced regression, submission, relationships, love, hatred, marriage, public outings, medical fetish additives, encounters with zombies, futuristic sci-fi, dream elves, celebrities, fairy tales, diapers, bedtime tales, choose-your-own-adventures, demigods, nymphomaniacs, horror, pet play, Daddies-n-BabyGirls, Mommies-n-BabyBoys, Mommies-n-BabyGirls, babysitters, diapers, apartment scenarios, Lily, Mia, Rose, Penny, Lucy, Aria, Chelsea, Trisha, Dakota, Daisy, a girl named Love, Britney, a girl named Boo, Gina, a girl named Peaches, Sharon Lockett, Gabriel and Zeke …  the journey has been amazing.

I recall days when I would sleep for 6 hours and write for the other 18, nights when I would give up sleeping so I could finish a book by dawn and send it off into the publishing process to meet a specific deadline, conventions I would read the stories at, phone calls when I would read something to a dear sweet angel who was sent down to me from God Almighty at the absolute most-needed moment in my lifetime … and I wouldn’t change a single thing about it, looking back on it all now.

Well … perhaps I would have started sooner.

I thank each and every one of you for having been a part of my journey.  And this website will always be available for you to peruse.

Evermore

Taken from

Zeke and Lily (Book Six): Dream Catching

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here is a little story about what you can make when you believe.


Evermore –

The first rays of the morning sun crested over the horizon and began shining through Lily’s nursery window.  The chill of the nighttime gave way to the warmth of those first early morning sunbeams.  The room brightened with sunlight and cascaded down over everything with gracefulness.  The furniture and other items in the room gave way from their silhouette forms and returned to color and life.

Zeke cracked the door open very slowly as to not make any noise.  The smell of the room entered his senses.  He closed his eyes and breathed deeply as if the sweet smell of ambrosia were no competition.  Gazing over at the sleeping girl across the room, he quietly crept around the room, situating and re-situating everything, drawing more attention to detail than ever had before.  This was one particular, specific event that had to be as absolutely perfect as possible.

Next, he turned to her.  Asleep in her crib, his beloved Lily lie nestled in a sea of baby blankets and stuffed animals.  He took one step towards her and suddenly realized there was one more thing he needed to have ready before he woke her up.  He quietly left the room, returning just a minute later with one more item in his hand.  Now it was time to awaken her.

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The 1-on-1 Podcast: Episode One – Mako

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How do you react to people who don’t see things the way you do?  Do you accept their opinions or do you attack them?

I contacted Mako Allen (of the Big Little Podcast, DC Munch and other endeavors), asking him if he would like to do a podcast episode where we talked about a list of different topics – some of which being topics we didn’t have the same opinions about.

Ranging from discussions of terms like “community” to the ever-intriguing question of “Can ABDL and Age Play be sexual sometimes and non-sexual at other times?” to other topics about munches and conventions to other topics of how we relate to one another,  Mako and I duked it out for three hours on this first episode of a podcast that stated opinions … opinions, not facts.

But, to my surprise, our talk delved into discussions about ourselves and about others, our experiences and the all-too-important question of chunky peanut butter or creamy peanut butter.

Yep.  We got to talking about stories and about why we write them.  But we also began to discuss other places on the internet and resources that were of age play interest:

DPF.com – which no longer exists.
Aby.com
Diaperspace
Dailydiapers.com
Middle America Littles
Love in Brief
The Big Little Podcast
The Crinkle Cast
FetLife
The Ultimate Directory of FetLife ABDL Groups
Jenn Solo
When Things Fall Apart

You can find Mako Allen all over the place.  Here are several ways:

email: mako.allen@mac.com
onlydoing.net
Twitter: @makoallen
biglittlepodcast.com

His books:
Auntie Eva’s Border (In Print) (In Ebook)
Concerning Littleton

The 1-On-1 Podcast: Episode One – Mako
The gloves are off, but both opinions are still heard.

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On Stitcher
On iTunes

Check out all the episodes of  The 1-On-1 Podcast:

Episode One – Mako
Episode Two – ResonantYes and RoadNotTaken
Episode Three – Star_Platypus
Episode FourALot and a little


But being as The 1-On-1 Podcast is not the only ABDL podcast, we felt it important to mention some of the others, aisde from the above-listed ones:

abdlcastABDLCast – This podcast is catered to adults who just like the diapers.  Has a wordpress blog with polls, questions and more. ABDLCast on Twitter

Dream A Little PodcastDream A Little – Interviews and How To’s, Overcoming Shyness, Real Life Stories.  On Tumblr     Subscribe to their newsletter

Just Another ABDL PodcastJust Another ABDL Podcast – A lot of great content on here, from diaper talk to reviews, how to tell others to experiences. Subscribe to their podcast here.

Family Affairs PodcastABDL Episode on Family Affairs – Dr. Rhoda Lipscomb (talkaboutsextherapy.com), an attendee and presenter at TeddyCon 2016, leads a conversation about ABDL, the difference in sexual fetish and non-sexualized behavioral play. Learn more about what ABDL participation looks like, common misconceptions, underlying emotions and challenges for both adult babies and their partners, and the effects it can have both causing and treating anxiety and shame in participants.

Tina Horn PodcastAge Play Episode on Tina Horn Podcast – An indie podcast created, produced, and hosted by Tina Horn. Each episode focuses on a subject of human sexuality and non-judgmentally asks the question: Why are people into that?!  Website

Padded Paw PodcastPadded Paw Podcast – A podcast for Ageplayers, Furries, and Kinksters. Started in July 2016 and aims for monthly episode releases.  On Twitter

Weimerica Weekly PodcastAge Play Episode on Weimerica Weekly – Hosted by Ryan Landry and touching on the cultural, political and sexual topics that fill the mindspace of our United States of Weimerica. The politicization of all cultural and social degeneracy is examined with a focus on how it fits together.  Website

The Dark Side PodcastAge Play Episode on The Dark Side – An adult educational podcast, focusing in on the BDSM Alternative Lifestyle and related aspects of Human Sexuality. Website

It Girl Rag Doll PodcastAge Play Episode on The (It Girl. Rag Doll) Podcast – Hosted by writer Molly Moore and author Harper EliotWebsite On Twitter

 

Happy Listening!
Zorro Daddy

 

I Never Really Asked

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.

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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.

95% of what I write is Daddy and BabyGirl in character theme.  But after a few emails that suggested other combinations, I wrote:

The Mommy Grats: Boy Toy Series
The Mommy Grats: Girl Power Series

ABDL Pet Play emerged. 

And because I am a fan of Stephen King, ……… The ABDL Horror Book was written as well as The Voice.

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:

        
The Zeke and Lily Saga, The Mia Series, Country Rose, Gabriel and Gina, Climax, Crimson, BabyLove, Johnny and the Princess, Snake Eyes, Déjà Vu, Daddy Issues

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?

 

Zeke and Lily (Book 11): Ten Years Later

Zeke and Lily Williams have enjoyed ten years of marriage.  They’ve started a family and have done the one thing they always promised each other they would do … evolve together through life.

As family responsibilities had long-since become a routine of daily life, they still retained their dynamic bond, but had put it second in importance.  Family came first always, as well it should.

Sometimes, they had merely existed – feeling the dynamic but not being able to act on it.  Other times, they could live life fully – doing what they wanted and being who they wanted.

But now with a week to themselves, kid-free and with the sky being the only limit, Zeke and Lily decide to rekindle the dynamic that first brought them together.

Join Zeke and Lily for this 11th installment of their romantic saga, ten years later, and see what gifts remain after Christmas day.

Samples:
The Things That Change.  The Things That Don’t.
The Princess of Infantilum 2

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The Zeke and Lily Saga
Zeke and Lily: Once Upon a Beginning Zeke and Lily: Overnight Zeke and Lily - Making a Memory Zeke and Lily - Her Diary Zeke and Lily - Ever After Zeke and Lily - Dream Catching Zeke and Lily - Resolutions Part One Zeke and Lily - Resolutions Part Two Zeke and Lily - By Summer's End Zeke and Lily - For A LifeTime

 Book 1  Book 2  Book 3 Book 4   Book 5   Book 6  Book 7  Book 8  Book 9 Book 10 Book 11

Also attached to this series is: Aria and the CountrySide

Taking place simultaneously with the end of book 6.

And: The Story of Lucy

Taking place years later.


If you like Zeke and Lily’s saga, I would also recommend:

The Mia Series and The Country Rose Series