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Jury Member: Bee

Only two weeks from today the entries for the Smut Marathon 2019 will close, and a week later the participants will receive their first assignment. It’s high time we start introducing the 2019 jury to you, and the first to do so is the lovely Bee! You can also follow her on Twitter. Who am I? I’m a kinky, submissive, bisexual cis female who together with my partner Bee Keeper run our blog atosubbee.com. That is my little space in the internet where I blog about sex, kink and relationships. It’s where I allow my exhibitionist streak to fly free. I started my blog for that very reason, to show the world who I am while the physical world around

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Smut Marathon 2019

Smut Marathon 2019: Enter now!

Only two weeks ago the Smut Marathon 2018 ended, and here we are, kicking off the next edition of the marathon! You can now enter for the Smut Marathon 2019! Before you enter, let me point out some things to you. The most important rule! Probably the MOST important thing of all is that you are not allowed to share anything of your entry until after the results of a voting round has been published. This rule is to keep the competition fair to all participants, and I urge you to abide by it, as breaking this rule can result in disqualification. Assignments A tip I always give in all my assignment mails, is to start writing as soon as

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Reflection on the Smut Marathon 2018

Smut Marathon 2018: A Reflection

The first Smut Marathon is done, and I am looking back on this year with a feeling of intense pride. Pride for the writers who have taken on the challenge, and who kept on challenging themselves over and over again, even though they knew elimination might lie right around the corner! Pride for the jury members who have done a great job in judging the stories and for those who have taken the time to write feedback! Pride for the public who supported the writers and the marathon by reading and voting, even though there was a lot to read! And last but not least, pride for our sponsors for providing prizes for the winner and two runners up. Without

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Smut Relay Part 13 – Reunited by Name Unmentionable

Continued from Smut Relay Part 12 – The Turning Tide by Brigit Delaney Ben tried to stay resolute, but Elly’s decades of experience soon got the better of him and he was unable to deny her. There was something about the way she positioned her lips, her tongue, her teeth. He wasn’t the only one who noticed. Elita watched Elly. The way she expertly glided around the head of his cock before taking him deep into her throat only to hold a moment until he was just on the edge of release. She knew when to add her hands to edge him even further, and she always knew when to back off. It had been years since Elita had gotten

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We have a winner for the Smut Marathon 2018!

Smut Marathon 2018: The Winner!!!

I sit here, staring at a blank screen and just one thought keeps on repeating in my mind: the Smut Marathon 2018 is really over. I can hardly believe it! I have mixed feelings about this: a tinge of sadness, a moderate out of satisfaction and I am so proud I could burst. Proud of all the writers from beginning to end for doing an excellent job; proud of the jury members for all their hard work, proud of the public support for the marathon and yes, also a bit proud of myself for running this. I have said before and I will say again: there will be a 2019 edition of the Smut Marathon. Entries will open on 15

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Black and white retro image of Lancaster bombers from Battle of Britain in World War Two

Smut Marathon 2018: Final Voting Round

Oh gosh! Seriously! I can’t believe this is the final round of the very first Smut Marathon! For four years I have done this for the Dutch community, and here I am, looking back on a year of BRILLIANT stories. There are no words to describe just what the Smut Marathon means to me. Just yesterday, Liza Daen (friend and jury member) asked me why I do the marathon. Okay, this was not about the Smut Marathon, but about me thinking of hosting a Dutch marathon again, but the answer still applies to the Smut Marathon too. She wanted to know what the marathon brings me. My answer was: it’s giving people a platform to showcase their writing, but also

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jobs for characters

Jobs for Characters

We give the characters in our stories thoughts and words and a personality, but why not give them a job too? Of course the job your character does can say something about them too, but it can also open your plot up for some interesting twists and turns, and interactions with others on the work floor. Below you will find a list with jobs for different genres, different time settings… from silversmith to pilot, from witch to pastor. So, how does your character earn a living? Academic Fletcher Prime minister Accountant Flight attendant Printer Adventurer Florist Prison guard Airplane mechanic Footman Prisoner Animal trainer Foster parent Professor of economics Apartment maintenance Game creator Professor of history Archer Gardener Professor of

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Smut Relay Part 12: The Turning Tide by Brigit Delaney

Continued from Smut Relay Part 11 – Back on Dry Land by Floss “Can you get me out of here,” Elly inquired quietly. Elita responded in a quick whisper, “Master Ben has the keys, Miss, but he and the dark man are asleep down the hall, and I think I can get them without much trouble. It might take me awhile, however. I will have to play a role…one that I don’t particularly love, but it will do the trick.” “Don’t worry, I’ll wait here, since I have nowhere else to go and no way to get there.” Elly knew Elita was just trying to help her and didn’t deserve her unintentionally sour tone. “I’ll be back soon.” “Elita! Wait!”

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Character Hobbies/Activities

When you write a story, no matter when it’s short or long, your characters will be doing something, whether it’s walking or sitting or talking. To give your character some depth, you might want to consider giving them hobbies, or some activities they frequently do. Below you find a list of suggestions for hobbies and activities. These might spark some ideas of your own. acting driving organizing archaeology eating paintball archery electronics party planning architecture embroidery photography art exploring playing cards arts and crafts family time playing chess astronomy fantasy football playing darts backpacking fashion playing sports baking fireworks poker band fishing pottery baseball flower arranging racing basketball flying kites reading bird watching football scrap booking bowling foreign languages scuba

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Smut Marathon 2018: Results round 9 (Semi-finals)

This is always the best and the worst moment of every round of the Smut Marathon – announcing the results are good, but knocking people out is terrible. Even more so, now, in the semi-finals. It’s just terrible to have to tell people that they have just not made it to the final round. However, that is the nature of the competition, and remember, there will always be next year (more about that at the end of this post). For now, let’s get on with the official result of the semi-final voting round! Authors The Stranger – Violet Read to Me – Cara Thereon Stag Beetle – Charlie Powell Cabin Fever – Marsha Adams A Storm Is Coming – Annie

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