In preparation for the Playing Knotty Cover Reveal on Monday, I bring you your third and final Knot of the Day! This is more than a knot, though: it’s a full harness. Karada Rope Harness I’ve added two videos here: the first has turned an image (found here and elsewhere) into a video, and the second… Read more Knot of the Day: Karada Rope Harness
In preparation for the Playing Knotty Cover Reveal on Monday, I bring you your second Knot of the Day! Cat’s Paw I love that I’m embedding a video from a channel called GunsKnivesSurvival. And yes, the Cat’s Paw is a great hitch for tying stuff to other stuff… and for tying people to stuff. When… Read more Knot of the Day: Cat’s Paw
In preparation for the Playing Knotty Cover Reveal this Monday, I bring you your first Knot of the Day! The Handcuff Knot: Now, this knot may be used by firefighters, but that’s not what we’re here for. The Handcuff Knot is a simple, fun knot to use in light bondage. It’s one of my favorites for… Read more Knot of the Day: Handcuff Knot
This Monday, I’ll be revealing the cover for my novel Playing Knotty! To celebrate this cover reveal, each day between now and then, I’ll be releasing a new post about a bondage tie that you can use at home. That’s right, you’re getting the Knot of the Day. Have fun, be safe, and I’ll see you… Read more Playing Knotty Cover Reveal on Monday 12/1
I’m excited to be going on a blog tour over the next few months. I’ll be posting each Monday starting on December 8th. You should follow me for a couple of reasons: I’m hilarious and witty. Seriously, I’m a bucket of joy. Mondays are crappy and my posts will make them better. You can win stuff.… Read more We’re going on a blog tour!
NaNoWriMo Begins! Year 14 of National Novel Writing Month for me started yesterday. Well, NaNoWriMo started for everyone yesterday, but it’s year 14 for me. (Starting in 2001 should have made it easy to figure out, but I seem to forget every year which year it is for me.) I’m part of a NaNoWriMo facebook group, and… Read more NaNoWriMo and Trusting “Future You”