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We both like to write fiction. Apart from being fun and rewarding, it's a great way to explore our kinks, discovering them for ourselves and communicating them to others. Writing for each other was also an important step at the beginning of our relationship. Here are the stories we've written for/about each other. We hope you like them.

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Switching (January 2003)
by Mija
M
: Most of the stories here fit in the M/F or M/f dynamic. But sometimes I like to remember that my favorite P can feel small too. This is a story of a very good boy who's led astray.
P: Any resemblance between Pablo and Mija, and the very sweet Paul and Mia, is abviously completely deliberate. Mija wrote something really sweet here, which, while being true to her own flavour of the kink, explores some different sides of mine too.

At Hadrian's Wall (September 2002)
by Mija
M
: This is a light combination of real life and fantasy. There's some spanking (and a little British / Roman history thrown in). I hope I get to go back there someday! :)

The Sea-Shore III (August 2002, SSC)
by Mija
M
: Edgy and hard, sometimes ambiguity and possibility offer the only happy endings.

The Sea-Shore II (July 2002, SSC)
by Mija
M
: A year later, another day by the rugged sea. I'm not sure this story captures the moment as well as I'd like. I hope so. A sweet and romantic story.

Shading (June 2002)
by Mija
M
: For me, the fetish is for spanking. School uniforms capture something else, maybe a recognition of something "not adult". This is a story about the uniform as discipline and an attempt to write for Pablo's kink, as he so often has written to mine.

Seasoning (December 2001)
by Mija
M
: A bit of Christmas cheer (though I didn't finish it until Boxing Day) to celebrate the first time Pablo and I had a Christmas tree together. Tho', to be honest, he's not quite as grouchy as this story makes him out to be!

Thursday Thoughts (June 2001, SSC)
by Mija
M
: Inspired by a long-ago newsgroup post called 'Persistent Image', this is a small SSC fantasy detailing the sort of thoughts I fall asleep and wake-up with. Amazing they don't cause nightmares!

Thoughts From the Corner (May 2001, SSC)
by Mija
M
: I'm not even going to admit the degree this was inspired by real life. Corner time is supposed to be all about having time to think. What one thinks about, of course, is a whole other matter.

The Schoolgirl and the Pirate (July 2000)
by Pablo
P
: I wrote this one for Mija's birthday. It's heavily based on a collaborative fantasy that we put together a while back. With my long hair, beard, and hooked nose, I can certainly look the part, but I'm really way too nice to be a real pirate, don't you think?

Saying (May 2000)
by Mija
M
: A quick (but tasty?) little Pablo and Mija story about words, interpretation, and reality. I knew that darn newsgroup was going to get me in trouble someday!
P: Yes, well, the story isn't really about interpretation. It's about . . . well, see for yourselves. I'll bet about halfway through you have to go back and read the start again. Tricky, tricky, Mija.

 

 

The Sea-Shore (June 1999, SSC)
by Mija
M
: Written to remember a very special day at a very magic place. Sometimes truth is stranger than fiction.
P: The place is very close to where I grew up, in the north of England. Mija's story captures the moment, and the sense of place, beautifully.

Swinging (December 1998)
by Mija
M
: A somewhat rambling struggle as Mija resists then accepts responsibility for her misdeeds. The lovely and talented Tasha Geller makes a cameo appearance.

Not Knocking This Off (September 1998)
by Mija
M
: Fantasy reflecting my own yearnings for Pablo during our time apart. Schoolgirl and D/s overtones.

Little Miss Naughty (May 1998)
by Mija & Pablo
M
: A brief real-life account of our first visit, along with a re-telling of Roger Hargreaves' tale of the poor misunderstood Little Miss Naughty and the devious and cruel Mr Impossible.
P: I think we'll leave it up to the readers to decide who's 'devious' and 'cruel' in this story, sweetie.

Its (July 1997, SSC)
by Pablo
P
: This one came extremely quickly. It's a simple internal dialogue that shows a much more playful side of our relationship. And, hey, there's educational content too. What more could you possibly want?
M: Something sweet and fun from Pablo. Of course it's fiction 'coz while he's certainly a pedant, I'm no brat.

Safety (April 1997)
by Pablo
P
: This was hard to write, and took me much longer than the previous stories I'd written for Mija. It's really two stories in one, following directly on from 'Surfing', and building to a more intense climax than before.
M: A schoolgirl scene reflecting that it's really all about trust, love and balance.

Surfing (April 1997)
by Pablo
P
: This one's a good example of how I like to try to use objects and technology in interesting ways in stories. Note: I'm not nearly so nice as the idealised 'me' in this story.
M: Probably the most 'real' of the P&M stories. My favorite of them all. Interesting that this wasn't R/L when it was written but reflects part of what R/L is like for us now.

Sleeping (March 1997)
by Pablo
P
: Ack. I had to write this one twice. First time I sent it to Mija it was eaten by the e-mail system, and I didn't have a copy. So I rewrote it from memory in four hours, and I think this version's better. Again, fantasy, but shot through with real-life issues.
M: A P&M story dealing with the very serious consequences of staying on-line too long and past one's bedtime. Mr. Bailey is such the strict headmaster!

Spelling (March 1997)
by Pablo
P
: I wrote this for Mija one dark night, just a few weeks after we started corresponding, mixing fantasy and fragments of real-life (can you guess why I chose the words in the story?). It shows having been written quickly, in both good and bad ways.
M: The first of the Pablo and Mija stories. It's sweet and fun with a schoolgirl theme and a horrible use of a dictionary as a torture device. Pab is such a fiend!
P: You missed an 'r' there, love.

 

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