My 10 day blog tour to promote Adventures in Fetishland finished today.  Thanks to everybody who has hosted my blogs over the last two weeks.  During the first week I looked at the different ways in which the ‘Alice’ books inspired my own bdsm/fetish re-invention of them.  The second week of the tour covered some of the diverse themes related to the book.  Each blog is accompanied by a short extract from the book.  Go to the links below if you want to follow the tour.

The tour has been organised for me by the lovely Lucy Felthouse under her Writing Marketing Services arm.

Blog tour dates:

7th May:  - How ‘Alice in Wonderland’ inspired the book

8th May:  – Alice and her fetish counterpart, Kim

9th May: – The Inspiration for the Red Queen

10th May: – Making use of the absurd

11th May: – The literary device of a story within a story

14th May: – A male author writing female characters

15th May: – In support of ‘watersports’

16th May: – The Pagan connection

17th May: – The relationship between dungeon mistress and author

18th May: – The psychology of BDSM

Available from:

Xcite Books

Amazon UK (Kindle)

Amazon US (Kindle)

Story Blurb

In this bdsm re-invention of the Alice stories Kim’s life takes an unexpected twist when she is taken from the massage parlour she works in to a fetish fantasy world ruled over by the Red Queen, a powerful dominatrix. There, an intense psychological drama is played out between the two women as Kim enters a journey into submission. The Red Queen assumes different characters who torment Kim in a series of trials ranging from the funny and strange to the sadistic and erotic.  Kim is lured deeper into this world by hints the Red Queen knows something about her past.  Why has she been chosen to serve this powerful female?  Why is the Red Queen so interested in her?  When Kim finally finds out the truth, it is shocking and bizarre.

The metal tips of her stiletto shoes clicked against the black and white chequer board floor tiles; each step instinctively, without thought or effort, alternating between black and white. As she made her stately progress across the tiled floor she mused on the aptness of the symbolism that reflected the extremities of the world she inhabited and held sway over: darkness and light, cruelty and kindness, pain and pleasure, humiliation and reward. She commanded over her domain like a chess master playing a twisted and beautifully imagined chess game in which she, the Red Queen with a black heart, orchestrated proceedings and her slaves were pawns. She stood before her gothic mirror and admired her image reflected within its black cast iron frame. The Queen of Hearts was ready…….