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I would perhaps add the most consistent plot hook of "romantic" acceptance or involvement. Love sometimes unrequited is the primary hook of many romance novels and I think that it is a ificant undercurrent in much TG writing and fiction.
I was more drawn to the Sandy Thomas style booklets than that trans porn. While pretty pictures are nice I do like a good story. Now, if I have spare time, which is a rare thing indeed, I have been know to check out some of the authors on Fictionmania. I tend to have little interest in the sci fi or brutal change genre's and much prefer the innocent tales or those with a romantic theme. Hi Pat, So well said - And "romantic" is a great addition to the list.
Thanks for the mention of the free web fiction sites. My favorite story line is similar to yours - " innocent tales or those with a romantic theme". Whoever it is writes descriptively and authentically.
I could relate to so much of what she said and I could feel the tension, heard the click of the door, and the smell of the street. Who wrote this? Maybe we all did? Trapped with no way out covers a multitude of situations, I read a great fiction story about a Russian boy who to escape deportation, used the passport of his cousin who had return Russia. As time would tell it turned out to be more than just one day of course, and the story took him from reluctant accomplice to ready and waiting bride. I myself am still waiting to be sent to work in my Aunts Bridal Shop for the summer!
Oh Yes - Aunts Bridal Shop for the summer would be perfect. And all the side adventures - going to dinner, modeling, filling for an ill brides maid, and "the date".
Don't forget the reluctant ear piercing. Thanks for the trip down memory lane with these stories. Virginia Prince, our departed Grand Dame likely perfected the venue with her Chevalier Publications series of stories.
The tradition has continued over the years with the Reluctant Press and the Sandy Thomas series of stories. Many of which can still be ordered and read in e-books format at Lulu. What made me think of this, was yesterday's "Going Back" story. I must admit that over the years I have consumed my share of these prurient stories preferring the "PG" versions - That is my story and I am sticking to it.
A few years back a good Palm Beach friend passed away, leaving me an almost complete set of the Reluctant Press and Sandy Thomas collection. On slow days working in my home office, I search the box of one I have not read and put my feet up on the desk. Which bring me to a good question for you - What makes for the perfect transgender Story? It is said that the perfect country and western song must include a certain narrative; Mama, pickup truck, train, prison and getting drunk.
Just to be sure he had all the bases covered, one verse included all of the above mentioned items. Here is my list of what must be present in the perfect transgender fiction story: please add to the list.
Mona smiled down into Lennie's eyes, drew him close and circled away with him. She led as a matter of course and Lennie followed docilely as best he could. From - " Fated for Femininity". Posted by rhonda's escape at AM.
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