TreehousePablo's stories

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Jasmine, not Jasmine (June 2006, SSC)New
by Pablo
P
: This one's an old 500-word SSC story, but new to the Treehouse. If it doesn't make sense to you, you won't be alone among the people who've read it.

Regeneration (July 2005)
by Pablo
P
: A Doctor Who not-very-much-spanking-but-that's-the-point story.

Smiley Face (July 2003)
by Pablo
P
: Not a happy story. It's about two ships that bump in the night.

The World at Eleven Microns (February 2003)
by Pablo
P
: I originally wrote this in 500 words for the SSC, but that was way too short. This is more like 1300. I'm still not sure it works completely, but it's better.

Strata (August 2002)
by Pablo
P: This one mutated in all sorts of ways since I first had the main idea. What if some artefact that we've grown accustomed to over a lifetime suddenly reveals a secret that changes everything we'd assumed?

Don't Look At Me (July 2002, SSC)
by Pablo
P: A few different ideas thrown together into a speculative little story: it's about voyeurism, and the leverage a hacker might have in a world where the Web is a medium of authority.

 

 

The Man in the Woods (August 1999)
by Pablo
P: I wanted to try something much darker and crunchier here, and I'm really pleased with how it came out. The style is stripped right down, and there's barely another word I could take out.

Will I Cry, Sis? (December 1996)
by Pablo
P: An intimate, revealing talk between two girls, on the eve of an important event. I almost wrote this one entirely in future tense and/or entirely in dialogue. Fortunately I didn't, though the indirection still helps the story, I think.

New Bottoms, Please! (November 1996)
by Pablo
P: This was intended to be a frothy, silly piece for the ASS short story contest. I ended up not entering it, and I don't think the story really works, but the central image of the story is a powerful one for me. Those pleated skirts!

Such a Naughty Girl (Part 1/2 & Part 2/2) (March 1996)
by Pablo
P: A rather epic sequel to 'Such a Good Girl'. There's way too much plot, but there are patches of writing that I'm pleased with. Like 'SaGG', this was written really to explore my own kink, rather than with an audience in mind.

Such a Good Girl (November 1995)
by Pablo
P: The first spanking story I wrote (and it shows, I think). A lot of this is clumsily written, but it addresses issues that are very much central to my kink, especially the relationship between a really good girl and punishment.

 

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