The Library of Spanking Fiction: Wellred Weekly


Wellred Weekly
The electronic journal of the Library of Spanking Fiction

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The Psychology of Spankings - Part 2 (cont)JessicaK, 29 Nov 2017 16:23 
If we are what we write, Stephen King, John Ringo, and Agatha Christie should all have been jailed. Some people write what they wish they could do; some people write as catharsis, telling the stories they most fear or by which they were most damaged; ...
Recollections: A Canadian Perspectivereader68, 15 Nov 2017 23:49 
Good article! A very different time indeed!
Spanking on a BudgetHairbrushDon, 9 Nov 2017 16:31 
When I was growing up there were never any "dedicated" spanking implements, i.e. an implement that was used only for spanking. That wasn't necessary at all.

In our house there were four hairbrushes, three wooden spoons, two wooden rulers, or a ...
Spanking on a BudgetRyanRowland, 5 Oct 2017 02:23 
I was replacing a window screen and noticed that screen spline (those thin rubbery-plastic, round, ridged strips that hold the screen in place) can be re-purposed. Cut them about 18 inches long, put 4 or 5 (or more) of them together, tie or tape at one ...
Dressing The Partjohnm, 28 Sep 2017 16:58 
Adult consensual spanking bears a strong similarity to dance, or other dramatic performance. Each partner has a role to play, a script (planned or extemporaneous), a set, and of course a costume. Since this marvelous post is about dressing the part, I ...
The Psychology of Spankings - Part 2 (cont)Jonathan54m, 13 Sep 2017 17:51 
OK...coming to this discussion late, but in doing so happy to join dougmorton, jsanon and nowings. Perhaps this issue is one of the best examples of "better late than never." I support Grace's overall analysis. I also agree with dougmorton that the "ad ...
The Psychology of Spankings - Part 2 (cont)nowings, 10 Sep 2017 15:12 
Hi GB & I love what jsanon just wrote on 9/2 - read Jillian's book & articles & rule of thumb - note to self etc. - except for the odd frustrated pat to keep them from being hit by a car - don't spank your children - case closed. I was spanked as a child ...
Do We Really Write Only For Ourselves?holymoses, 8 Sep 2017 20:14 
I know the stories are supposed to be fiction. If fact, most of us have triggers from real events that we draw upon when creating a story. I had a very strict Mother that gave me a lot to write about. When I read stories on the subject, many times it ...