June 30, 2012

Saving Sunni Virtual Tour: Guest Post & Giveaway

Welcome to Wickedly Bookish's first stop on the Saving Sunni Virtual Tour brought to you by Innovative Online Tours! I'm so excited to be hosting Kasi for her guest post that had me cheering! I too am getting sick of every fictional Dom being portrayed as a billionaire. Ladies, this is not what makes a great Dom. Please read on for insight from Kasi, an actual practitioner of the BDSM lifestyle and don't forget to enter the giveaway!

Not every Dom has a helicopter!

By Kasi Alexander

Don’t get me wrong: I like the fantasy of a hopelessly gorgeous billionaire Dom whisking me off in his private helicopter just as much as the next girl. But I’ve pretty much given up the idea of finding one like that.

So are there actual Doms out there who may not be billionaire helicopter pilots but are still exciting and sexy and thrilling? Sure there are. And what’s more, you might be married to one!

Most guys by the age of 35 or 40 are starting to lose interest in being romantic—or at least they seem like it. Life, career, raising kids, worrying about bills has gotten in the way of feeling like a charming, chivalrous lover who wants to take you out to dinner and then ravage you in the bedroom on a bed covered in rose petals.

But just because he’s lost sight of the stud he was at 20, that doesn’t mean that your guy wouldn’t be interested in a little power exchange or kinky role-playing. With a little encouragement, you might be able to persuade him to be a little more dominant in the bedroom. Most guys like to feel powerful, manly, and adored. If you can give him those feelings, then he’ll probably be willing to move heaven and earth to get you what you want in exchange. Try this: for one evening, put aside all of your normal expectations, grievances, and frustrations with each other. Treat him as if he’s the most admirable, strong, studly man in the universe. Play it up. Do it in a humorous way if he’s uncomfortable with a straight version. Be playful. Tell him how exciting he is. Give him (beforehand) a list of things he can do to dominate you in an erotic way, and don’t criticize while he’s figuring out how to do those things. If you can make him enjoy the experience, he’ll want to do it again. He might even get into reading scenes with you and acting them out.

Fiction is great and all, but you’re in a relationship for a reason. The more you can give him what he wants, the better chance you have of getting what you want in return!

About the Author
Reggie and Kasi Alexander are writing partners as well as real-life Master and slave. They live the lifestyles that they write about and are passionate about sharing information concerning these relationship dynamics. Their goal is to help educate and dispel common misunderstandings often held by the general public. They live in the Denver, CO area with their partner Eeza and are active in the local kink community. In addition to writing, they own and operate a family business making chainmail jewelry and clothing through their company Poly’s Pleasures (www.polyspleasures.com). They can often be found at writing conventions and fetish events around the country and love to talk with their fans.

Blog     www.kasialexander.com

Goodreads    http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/4706667.Kasi_Alexander

Jessie Chambers—“Sunni” to the local BDSM community—needs to grow up. Her master, Sir Rune, has told her to get a job. Her sister slave sage is struggling through college, serious as ever. Sunni goes to the local goth/kink store, The Fringe Element, and is immediately embraced by its quirky owner as the newest member of her “little family.” But almost immediately things start to get complicated. Sunni’s ex shows up, claiming he’s found God and that God wants them to get back together. A video of Sunni and Sir Rune doing a scene at the club winds up on television and all kinds of trouble ensues. Sunni must figure out a way to restore her relationships, keep her master from getting deported, take over running the store, and stop everybody else from trying to “save Sunni.”

Giveaway details
One Lucky reader will win an ebook copy of Saving Sunni by Kasi Alexander and one reader will some win Saving Sunni swag.

Entries can be gained in a variety of ways as stated in the Rafflecopter. In order to be fair to everyone, all entries will be checked so please be honest! If I find an invalid entry, it will be removed from the giveaway. As following Wickedly Bookish is a mandatory entry, if I do not find your name in my list of followers, all your entries will be removed from the giveaway. I would much rather skip over this stuff and just get to the fun, but it has happened before, so I need to state it all before the entries are collected.
 Winners will be chosen within 24 hours of giveaway's end and will be notified by email. If you are a winner, you will be expected to claim your prize within 48 hours of receipt of email or another winner will be chosen.
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1 comment:

Tina B said...

Thank you for the advice on how to possibly get him "interested". ;)
I may have to try them. This story sounds wonderful! Thank you for the chance to read it. :)