Just Released: A Little Play Day

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Dear Bree,

I love the concept of age-play and the feeling conveyed in the books you write, but is this real?

How can my husband and myself explore this dynamic? Part of me feels like I am too old, too fat and too inexperienced to begin this ‘journey.’

I’m so afraid of doing it wrong, breaking the rules or feeling like I failed. Can you help me?

Sincerely,

Anonymous

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My Dear Reader,

The BDSM dynamic doesn’t have an expiration date, nor are there any rules except these three: Safe * Sane * Consensual

Would it help if I shared a ‘typical’ AP day that John and I practice? Granted, not everyone does things like this, but perhaps my rendition will give you some direction to start. Use it as a model for you and your partner to explore and then find what works best for your relationship. Mostly, have fun!

Luvs,

Bree

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The world of age-play is fascinating to some and a mystery to others. This primer was written based on my personal experiences as an APer, and also includes a detailed explanation regarding the practice of this lifestyle. Whether it be humor or horror, mystery or suspense, action, romance, sci-fi, Victorian or contemporary… writers and readers of age-play explore every category of erotica that exists. And now, here is a book which will give you insight into the world that really IS. Hope you enjoy it!

Luvs,

Breanna Hayse

Author of the AP kick-starter: The Game PlanA Little Play Day

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4 thoughts on “Just Released: A Little Play Day

  1. Such a good and informative read. Comforting for those who feel alone, educational for those who are curious, and so very real. I wish writers interested in age play were required to read this.

    • Thank you! I hope that this piece will give readers the ability to discern and understand the difference between the stories written by lifestyle authors and those who write out of pure fantasy. Unfortunately, most of the current AP writers don’t appear to be interested in relating facts of real life and the genre has become more about sales. There are even a couple of them who have openly stated that this lifestyle was pedophilic and the BDSMers need therapy, but it makes them money so they don’t care that they misrepresent the genre. Sad… But true. We can’t force integrity, but we can educate the readers :)! Luvs to you and thank you again! Please leave a review if you get a chance, okay? Bree

      • Education is definitely the best thing we can hope for. Even if the writers don’t want to hear it, maybe the readers will. It’s gotta start somewhere. Reviews are complete on Amazon and Goodreads! 🙂

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