I’m proud to announce the first part of my next series will go live tomorrow, Fertile Fantasies. I first got into the idea after exploring it for this blog post and the idea stayed rattling around my brain since then.
It’s the story of a woman who finds a magic fertility stick whilst camping which then blesses her with the power of amazing orgasms, but at a cost-she must receive a man’s seed inside of her in order to climax.
This book’s been quite personal for me to write, despite the sci-fi theme. Like the Gendermorph series helped me to explore my inner female side, this series has helped me explore where I currently am in life.
Both me and my partner are approaching the age where having children becomes less of a ‘will they, won’t they’ deal and more of a ‘when are you going to?’ deal. From family, friends and even well wishers who clearly look, sound and act as if having children was the worst idea they ever had. Maybe they’re just keen for you to share in their torture? Who’s to know.
We’re also at a point in our life where, for the first time in forever (this blog even has Frozen references, you read that correctly) we’re using condoms as our primary form of birth control. I have a love/hate relationship with condoms. You definitely lose some sensation, which is a major downside. This does allow me to fuck for longer/harder/faster before I lose all self control and ejaculate, thereby excluding me from any further cock related fun for a pre-determined refactory period (usually the length of one episode of Friends on Netflix at a minimum-it’s just how I judge time these days.) That is a big plus point as my partner loves a hard fucking session.
Condoms can break the spontaneity of sex sometimes, obvious downer. The preparation of putting them on, especially when my other half helps can be tremendously sexy and sometimes it amps up the anticipation just a little bit, which I like. The major downside is that they’re not the most reliable form of birth control and they’ve let me down in the past. Massive pitfall.
One upside of my other half not being on birth control has been a noticeable increase in her sex drive and with it a change in the taste and smell of her pussy. When on birth control periods and ovulation are more or less ‘simulated’ (depending on the method of birth control, it has to be said) so the consistency of pussy juice, or ‘honey’ as I prefer to call it sometimes (it’s just has a nicer sound, as does ‘dew’) stays relatively the same week to week.
Now her natural cycle has returned I can smell the difference. It’s more pungent but in a good way whenever her body readies itself to release an egg. My body seems to respond to this too and I seem to have more cum in me and a higher sex drive whenever she’s at her most fertile. It obviously makes sense from a biological point of view but it’s a bit cruel that when you want to fuck the most it’s also the most dangerous time in terms of consequences.
It’s for all these reasons and more I think writing this series has been just a tad cathartic. I love exploring the side of human nature where instinct overtakes rational thought and the idea of fertility, pregnancy and procreation brought into the pleasurable side of sex is certainly the pinnacle of this notion.
Whilst researching ideas for how and whether to write any birth scenes I found this fascinating website which was full of beautiful and moving stories. I ended up using some ideas and words from it. It’s an interesting concept and one which flies in the face of how we normally view birth in society so it definitely worth a read if you like preconceptions of norms challenged.
Writing how to ‘deal’ with the obvious product of fertilisation, pregnancy and labor (eg, a baby) was a stumbling block but I think I managed to cover it pretty well and there’s definitely a twist planned for the final part-stay tuned!
It was an interesting series to write, and I can’t wait to see how the first half is received. This first part has a very ‘sci-fi’ or ‘fantasy’ feel to it as the only sex is between a human and deity/non-human but it sets up the events for the following books in the series. I really enjoyed writing the transformational scenes in the story as Ivy tries to come to terms with what’s happened to her body and hopefully that comes across as enjoyable for the reader.
I have ideas for a similar situation happening to a male protagonist, obviously with different risks and responsibilities for a man, but I’m eager to see how this series is received first. You can read the first part on Amazon here for the discounted price of $0.99 for the next two weeks (free on kindle unlimited!) and I’ll update with more posts as the books become available.
I looked down at my new, foreign body and I felt a sudden sense of power. It was as if I was a Goddess. An ethereal creature whose form contained all of the elements of life within it.