Doubleena Land, A Celebration + Some Tips on Writing Erotica
Written by Uncle Pan
As the prelude to a story I posted a few weeks ago I wrote that if you are reading this story anywhere else but on mrdouble's site, you should come to the original. But unfortunately like Big Brother I only said you should join without listing any reasons why. And so I would like to further expand on that little message by taking you on a short tour of this site. It's not a definitive tour. I'm sure there are others more capable than I of guiding you through a tour of doubleena land. But I would like to take a crack at it anyway.
There's a ton of outstanding stories on this site, stories by authors I'm almost afraid to name for fear of leaving some out and needlessly hurting their feelings. But I will be brave and take the plunge. For a complete list however click on Authors on the left hand side of the home page, and when the page appears click on each letter of the alphabet one at a time. Each author whose work appears on the site is listed, along with all of his titles. And if you click on his name his home page magically appears. However, a few highlights follow.
A few notable pieces have appeared lately. A Large stiff One, pt. 1 is the latest masterpiece from TheEnglishman, joining his many other beautifully crafted gems. Aquapark, pts. 1, 2 & 3 joins I Was Ten, pts 1 & 2 by Perry Nayum in becoming an instant classic. Personally I have enjoyed many of the stories of RWEIII and Darles Chickens. And Jay Trooley I admire, truly I do. These are only a few of the many new and not so new authors whose stories appear here in doubleenaville. Not all of the authors listed below still contribute. But many do and the stories of those who no longer contribute do still live on here. And hopefully will live here forever. The authors listed below have many stories on their pages, I could only select a random few to mention here, with the idea that if a title sounds intriguing you should go poste haste to the author's page and check out his complete list.
But let's go through the list alphabetically, remembering again that these are but a small fraction of the writers whose stories live on this site. And the two or three stories I mention following each author's name are but a tiny sampling of their wares. When you see a title that strikes your fancy, go to the author's page and bring up his entire list. But we have to start somewhere, so let's start alphabetically, with Abear (Cheerleader Car Wash, Kristen's Awakening, Mandy and Susie Play Doctor), Acme Illusions (My New Neighbors, Where Are the Panties?, A Random Act of Kindness), Admiral Cartwright (I'm Not a Little Girl Anymore, 'Double Take', My Neighbor), Alice (The Girls Next Door, Taking Care of Del, A Very Merry Christmas for Silly Silly Sally), Allene Blake (Horse Punishment, The Show, The Club), Amber Gold (Kissing Cousins with Twins, Tiny Tots Circus Rolls Again, I Like Little Girls), Artsy Crafty Kid (Casa Moreno, Ready, Ready Mama, River of Profundities), Bach (Denim Writing, Julie Bones Adventures, Nice 'N Naughty), Barbi (A Hot Summer, My Brothers), Bemused (Coming Home, Uncle in Lust, Illegal Guardian).
Benhead (Amy's Noodle, Danielle, Flashing the Flasher), Big Wave Boy (My Little Sister Mindy, I Feel Guilty Now!, Break On Through), Bookworm (A Sister for Natasha, Mothers and Daughters, Maria), Byteman 2000 (Fun With the Neighbors, Summer Break with Peter, The Boat Ride), Carnal Quill (Mommy Substitute, Camp Eden Kids, First Time Experiences), Centaur (Kevin Helps His Sister, The Sweetest Taboo, The Tree House), Cheryl (Clubbing Games, Stacy Snake Dancer, Exposed in Public), Clayton's Children (Katy, Babysitting Gemma, The Caravan), Cockney (The Shy Exhibitionist, I Wonder What It Feels Like, The Budding Gymnast), Corn 53 (Lap Dancing for Uncle Dave, Angel in the Laundromat, Trading My Little Sister), CuPED (Sharing Secrets, Mr. Double Sexperience, Wendy After School).
This story is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, and incidents either are products of the author's imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual events or locales or persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.
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