Monday, 29 April 2013

Writing my book.

Today I have started writing my book. it is my take on all things femdom, how Paul and I relate in this way together, the things we enjoy and the struggles and the fun we have had incorporating it into our daily lives.

Your feedback is going to help shape this book, so please, dear reader, let me know what you would like to see written. I have a lot of ideas that I would like to share and this is your opportunity to let me know if there's something you would enjoy reading.

Paul is here, naked at my feet and kissing my toes as I write! 


  1. Hi Miss Zoe, for my part I'd be very interested in the reality of the Femdom lifestyle. There's a lot of fiction available, and please don't get me wrong, I'm more than happy with that, but there are relatively few books that deal with the real-life issues.

    Also, I would guess that over time, both you and Paul have become more experienced in your respective roles. There is probably an interesting tale to tell there of things like how you have pushed Paul more deeply into submission, how he has responded or how punishments have got harder over time.

    For what it's worth, those are the things that I'd be interested in.

  2. Hello Ma'am,

    Thank you for the privilege of in-put. Personally I would like to read about the real world of living in a female led relationship, and I would like to see it in the mainstream. You could test the market by submitting articles to mainstream female read magazines.

    A book has three parts, a beginning, a middle, and an ending. Start with the ending. Meaning, where do you want the reader to be at the last page. Have they grown, have they learned something, or have you opened their mind to the possibilities? In other words, why are you writing the book?

    You may want to start by brain-storming. Make a list of free flow thoughts about the subject and then let it cool down for a few days before you look it over. At that time write down what stands out to you. Good books are written from passion, so, what is your passion?

    The subject is huge so you should narrow it down. For example, what are the benefits of a Female led relationship (FLR), how to have a FLR with children in the house, how to introduce a FLR to the mainstream public, or, why it is better to keep a FLR private(after all fire crackers seem to pop much louder when they are not legal), or, perhaps, what type of woman desires to be in control, or, what are the signs of a true submissive male and how do your form him into a functioning real world relationship.
    Once you have a goal the real work will begin, writing. Romeo and Juliet has been re-written a thousand times. What will make yours stand out to publishers will be your writing style, your passion, and the twist you put on the subject.

    Memoirs of Geishas, took ten years and almost a marriage to write. Tom Sawyer, which, by the way, was written to expose the evil of slavery, took eight years to write. Steven King’s, the title is escaping me right now; very popular book took twelve years to write. Leonardo’s, Mona Lisa, took fourteen years to paint before he considered it finished.

    The point being, good writing is not easy, but you are obviously a bright woman who also happens to deserve being served, properly.

    Think about your objective. You, and paul, have much to offer the reader. Open some minds and close some doors.

    Thank you for the replied reply. With all respect and a deep curtsy, pantymaid

  3. Miss Zoe,

    As your reader I would obviously enjoy reading about the games that you two play, to learn of his expectations, rewards and punishments. Also, I would really enjoy an advice section for other couples. Inform us on what has and hasn't worked for you two in the past. Can't wait to read it!