Friday, November 24, 2017

Back again, I just can't stay away!

My day job was draining me in every way, so I quit and came back to camming full time. I quit on the 1st, then was promptly thrown into red week, making last week my first week back. And what a week! You all very prominently displayed your pleasure at my taking to camera again. Thank you for the warm welcome =)

During red week, I had my wisdom teeth pulled, so last week I was on too many painkillers to be truly coherent. That also meant that I wasn't very aware of the damage to my body... and... well... my abs got a major workout, day after day, for 6 days in a row. x.x That's why I've been taking it easy this week.

My goal is to be working noon - 4, and 8 - midnight, Mon thru Fri. (Times are US Eastern).

So, here's how it's going.

On Streamate:

The focus is private.
The person who initiates private decides what happens in the private, within the boundaries.
I will not show nude boobs, pussy, or ass in public chat, not even for tips.
I do not have toys for pussy use. I have one dildo for sucking.
I still do not do any taboo roleplay.
I will not call you Master or Sir.
I will not take orders, but I will take requests.
I do not have any spanking implements.
Spanking with my hand will only be if I'm in the proper mood.
I cum when I'm ready, not before, not after.

What is Offered in Private:

lingerie
panties or thongs
costumes
outfits
nylons, socks, stockings
pantyhose (with or without crotch)
pussy play w/ fingers
closeups
poses
lotion or oil
lightly slapping ass
lightly slapping tits- exclusive only





Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Forgot the Title

There are three books... well, two books and one compilation... that I read awhile back, which I don't remember the titles to. I don't remember authors, I don't remember character names. I just remember a couple scenes.

1. Back in high school, I borrowed a book from my school library. There's a dude on a space ship with a bunch of passengers. I don't remember if the dude in question was the captain or not. During the book, he learns the personalities of the different passengers. They find a planet. This planet has a mystery, and they get really close to solving the mystery, and the answer to it is that the one dude is actually God in human form. And he reacts by giving them all new bodies. One of the passengers becomes the queen bee. Literally. And two of the passengers, a paralyzed girl and her young female nurse, are transformed into a non-paralyzed girl and a boy of roughly the same age, because they were obviously in love. That's pretty much the end of the book.

2. Also back in high school, or maybe it was during college, I borrowed some books from my dad. One was a compilation. It was of three books from a sci-fi series, and those three books centered around the hospital in the series. In one of the books, the cook specified certain ingredients, but due to the way bulk ordering works, had to get 10 years' worth at a time. The cook went away for something, and the person left in charge of the kitchen noticed, so increased the amount of those spices by 10, and people got sick from ingesting too much. In another of the books, someone is brought in from a wreck, but he heals himself way too quick. Turns out he is carrying a parasite which causes him to heal quickly. The parasite keeps changing hosts, and when they almost catch the parasite, it hijacks a ship to infect a star instead.

3. Sometime after college. The book centers on an incredibly deadly planet, where the humans in the surviving colony bond with these bear-looking creatures. The book revolves around a visitor to the planet, who is the star of the entire series the book belongs in. The visitor is running from someone. The visitor learns that there is a company which wishes to mine these incredible knots found in some trees because the knots can be pressed for an oil which grants immortality. The visitor also learns towards the end of the book that the knots are really what happens to the bears when the human they pair with dies. The people looking for the visitor land a small scouting party on the planet, and one of them picks a flower and puts it in her hair. The next day, she's complaining about sickness. They meet one of the residents of the planet, who says how many people they have, but gives one less than the number. Then he says that one of them is already dead, but doesn't know it yet. That's when roots burst out of the woman with the flower, and the flower plants itself at the tree. The resident quips that you don't wear that kind of flower, that flower wears you.

I thought book 3 was part of the Ender saga, but I was very wrong... but I figure that info might help someone know what it actually was.

If anyone knows the title of any of these books, or for the 2nd and 3rd, the title of the series these books come from, the information would be greatly appreciated. It's not a huge thing, but the fact that I can't remember the titles of these books has been bothering me for quite awhile.