Sha-la-la-la Sharing!

[1.5 minute read]   Since lockdown began I’ve only created one sharing post – this surreal feeling of all days of the week running into one is not healthy. I support/endorse staying home to save lives, but  different problems are surfacing for many – mental health issues and vitamin D deficiency to name just two.

Past, Present and Future #SoSS

Here at Churchgate Towers the sexy times have been rather limited while I process my Father’s death and take up the mantle of carrying out his final wishes. This beautiful poem by Steve perfectly captures what my siblings and I have been experiencing.   The Smouldering Past The past smoulders long in the memory, the

Interview with Forbidden Writing’s Charlton C.Tod

Greetings wonderful readers. It’s been a while since there’s been a new interviewee on Pillow Talk for my Dark Darlings to get to know. This February please welcome to my easy chair a writer of sexy smut who hails from Canada. Charlton C Tod, please settle into the comfortable leather recliner and lets talk about

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Interview a Blogger for 2020 Kicks off

  For the first Interview Slot of 2020, I have spliced together a version using of some of the best answers from my 2019 candidates. The questionnaire was new last year, incorporating questions appropriate for a wider range of interviewees. I like to spread my net wider to catch more than bloggers but also authors,

White Rabbit on grass #SoSS

Sweet Dreams are Made of This : Interview with A Submissive Wife

  It’s a Saturday and so it is time to share. I have been reading more of A Submissive Wife’s blog recently, and liking what I find. Her relationship with Mr H is 24/7 D/s and she describes aspects of it honestly and with wit. She share’s great pictures, finding time also to read and

September #SoSS

If you follow me, you’ll know that my regular pattern is to create an #SoSS post every Saturday, then 1 Saturday a month share an interview with a blogger. Unfortunately events in my private life have halted this pattern, but my recommendations from the reading I’ve managed for the month of September. are set out