Tuesday, May 26, 2015

"7 Days" (Story Pick of the Week)

Hello friends!

This week's Story Pick of the Week comes from Miss Annie. A few years back she wrote 7 Days a little fantasy story featuring a young man going through 7 days of feminine experiences at the hands of an artificial intelligence robot.

The story opens with (I'll name the young man) a young man's car breaking down in the middle of nowhere, he looks for help by the side of the road in the pouring rain only to find an abandoned large house. Tired and sleepy he decides to rest and wakes up in the presence of "The Nanny" a human like robot that helps in placing him through girlhood and later a womanhood. 

Now what makes this story good? Miss Annie takes on the challenge of having our young man (never named, but given different female names) go through different 7 experiences of  being a female. Normally forced fem authors will have the protagonist through a select few of female experiences (dates, first kiss, dresses of course, school), but Annie puts the young man through the whole spectrum of being a female! Its almost all here! The dresses are cute and girly. Some of the dresses have a feeling of 1960's aesthetics to them, not a bad thing though. 

While the dresses are cute the dates for the young man are also cute. I like his nervous reaction upon going downstairs for his first date and later to the prom. Lovely moments. 

"He told me that he enjoyed himself and said he would see me tomorrow. I was a bit thrown off, but told him that I enjoyed it too. I then reached for the door, but saw that it was locked and when I turned around our lips met. I was trapped so I had to keep on kissing him. I was in complete shock as he continued kissing me. His tongue slowly went inside of my mouth...."


The story ends on the "7th Day" with a big day for the young man. Yes, as you read through the story you begin to see it coming (some of you will see it a mile way), but it does not really matter as its very hot and leaves you feeling like a kid that just read something very naughty.  

A truly delicious story. Maybe Miss Annie will bless us one day with a sequel...? Maybe if we leave her enough comments...




12 comments:

  1. Wow, this really is an honor. And yes, I am the real Miss Annie that wrote the story.

    I was really inspired by Future House from Kelly Davidson as that was the first time I had ever seen robots or a forced changing scene with mechanically items. She was really sweet to even write a comment on the story!

    I wanted to take her idea and take it a step further. I wanted to expand it on everything and since I couldn't decide on one part, I decided to throw everything in the pot. It was really fun dissecting a person's life and find 7 unique moments that would be fun to write about. I then took the moments and threw my own spin with some own tendencies into each little chapter. I really like how each little chapter is its own little story.

    And you were not wrong about the 1950's/60's aesthetic because that is exactly what I was going for. It was a joy to write and really fun picking out those moments.

    My writing muse isn't the most predictable thing in the world and I usually don't have much time to write. I wish to write more as I have some ideas, but the act of sitting down and writing a large story seems daunting. I have ideas, they just haven't seen the light of day.

    However, I must say that it is quite an honor to be featured on here. I am amazed that a story I wrote 13 years while just out of college is thoroughly enjoyed by some people. It really is a blessing and I thank you deeply for talking about it!

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  2. Wow, this really is an honor. And yes, I am the real Miss Annie that wrote the story.

    I was really inspired by Future House from Kelly Davidson as that was the first time I had ever seen robots or a forced changing scene with mechanically items. She was really sweet to even write a comment on the story!

    I wanted to take her idea and take it a step further. I wanted to expand it on everything and since I couldn't decide on one part, I decided to throw everything in the pot. It was really fun dissecting a person's life and find 7 unique moments that would be fun to write about. I then took the moments and threw my own spin with some own tendencies into each little chapter. I really like how each little chapter is its own little story.

    And you were not wrong about the 1950's/60's aesthetic because that is exactly what I was going for. It was a joy to write and really fun picking out those moments.

    My writing muse isn't the most predictable thing in the world and I usually don't have much time to write. I wish to write more as I have some ideas, but the act of sitting down and writing a large story seems daunting. I have ideas, they just haven't seen the light of day.

    However, I must say that it is quite an honor to be featured on here. I am amazed that a story I wrote 13 years while just out of college is thoroughly enjoyed by some people. It really is a blessing and I thank you deeply for talking about it!

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    1. Wow! I can't believe that you Miss Annie found this blog and could comment on it! Let me first say, thank you for commenting and helping give some background info on it. I can tell you that your story is still being enjoyed to this day.

      Readers on Fictionmania compare your story to Kelly's (it's understandable), but I very much prefer yours because it flows smoother and is a simple read. The visuals are great and well executed. You allow the reader enough room to put in their own imagination. I can go on and on....believe me.

      I started reading your other story, "The Pink Rose" and it shows just how much you had developed between "7 Days" the last story you wrote. Miss Annie you have a gift I wish I had, please consider blessing us with more of your writing. Maybe writing a small sequel to "7 Days"? *wink* *wink*

      Please consider keeping us informed wether you decide to take up writing crossdressing erotica again or not. Again, I thank you for taking the time to write and commenting.

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    2. Kelly's work is very, very sweet and I can appreciate that kind of work, but it is not my favorite. My favorite authors are Cheryl Lynn and Kate, so I like more of the forced aspect. There is only so many ideas that can be done and many aspects are reused time and time again. So, what I wanted to do was put a different spin on the story. Make it more forced and more than about a baby transformation. A new idea or twisting an old idea is really what inspires me in my writing.

      "The Pink Rose" & "A New Kind Of Family" came out at the same time. I wrote Family for like a week straight and afterwards, I kept getting ideas for another story. Those ideas evolved into Pink Rose. I truly love those stories and the response from Pink Rose was utterly phenomenal. The comments and views were amazing. I really just wanted to write another story and thank everybody for the kind words as they kind of inspired me to write another story.

      I have three story ideas that I want to do, but when I started writing one, I lost interest and then deleted it all. I would like to go back to those stories someday as I think there is some potential in them.

      *Giggles* 7 Days 2? I'll think about it though I don't know where to take it. Maybe somebody else? Maybe a more focused time of their life? Maybe something completely different? I do like how mechanical forced transformation is a new idea in some stories though.

      I will do my best to keep people informed and maybe not wait a dozen years between stories! I really love your blog and your artwork. It's fantastic and I love these story spotlights. You have wonderful tastes and Annabelle is the best name of all time. ;-)

      Once again, thank you for the spotlight and kind words about my story!

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    3. Thank you again for commenting Miss Annie on this blog! I really appreciate your comments on my efforts, it means a lot!.

      Thank you again for sharing with us a little background history to your stories. It demonstrates to the readers that a lot of hard work and time was put into there stories.

      Miss Annie would you contact me at my email? I had an idea for the blog of featuring interviews with authors. If you are interested please let me know.

      Please keep us updated on your work and always feel free to comment. I made this blog for fans and authors to enjoy original art as well a way to discover excellent erotica fiction.

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    4. Sure, I'd love to.

      Unfortunately, I cannot find your email anywhere around here. Could you relay that to me and I'll gladly send you an email?

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    5. Wonderful! You can contact me at: alicegarden01@yahoo.com. I look forward to hearing from you Miss Annie!

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  3. Wow cool story. I love it and its so great Annie commented and thanked you for it.
    Yeah writing is difficult.

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  4. I adore this story! I read it regularly, just because of how well put-together it is. My favorite parts are the first two days but the whole thing is a delight. I've always had one question, though: do other people see him as a girl/woman of the appropriate age or are they just ignoring it for some reason?

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    1. I'll have to ask Miss Annie herself Phillip. I'll have the answer shortly.

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    2. *Laughs* I've sometimes thought about that, but I could never come up with a clear answer. I think they would see him as an appropriate girl/woman of that age.

      But, honestly, it could be whatever you prefer. You could even use "magic" or "the suspension of disbelief", but I haven't come up a crystal clear answer just yet.

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