1st draft of Demon Seed

By | November 3, 2009

Today I completed the first draft of my demon rape fantasy. (The working title had been Asteroth the Corruptor. I think the new title comes from the subtheme of the demon’s cum being an addictive narcotic.) The story was more arousing to me than I initially expected. I’ve never been a sadist, myself. But I’ve always loved the idea of taking an ordinary woman and transforming her into a lustful, yet submissive and devoted servant. And that became a part of this story. The pain, the fear, the arousal, all serve to free the woman from her own inhibitions, releasing the inner sexual animal. It was quite arousing to write, and I expect it will be very arousing for women to listen to.

The writing seemed to flow much easier than Tango in Subspace, tho not quite as easy as The Couch Trip. Still, it’s quite an improvement over the time I took to write my first 3 recordings. At that time, the writing process was significantly hindered by a chronic headache and the fact that I was either attending grad school or working full-time. Now that those things are out of the way, I can focus more on developing new HD scripts. And I think I may even be able to get a bit ambitious; maybe set a goal of producing 6-8 new recordings in 2010.

I also created a web page with the following description

Written for masochistic women and those into kidnap and rape fantasies. Your are tricked you into summoning the demon of lust and madness. He takes you back to his lair and binds you with supernatural restraints. You try to resist, but the demon knows how to selectively inflict pain to make you squirm against his cock until your body’s arousal overrides your mind. He desolves your will into a haze of mindless lust and your body fucks him until he releases his seed; an addictive, mind-altering narcotic that makes you forever his. Fetish Elements include: Kidnapping, bondage suspension, rape, loss of control, scratching, spanking, demon sex, enormous cock, and pain.

Actually, I’m still debating if this counts as a “kidnap” fantasy, but no harm in trying to reach a new audience, right?