My favorite find so far this year: WisemanT

The Unholy Whale

by WisemanT
A loser nerd with a penchant for breast expansion and a severe case of yellow fever is rewarded with a dark, yet powerful magical artifact after wasting a fortune on a satanic gacha mobile game.

My favorite find so far this year: WisemanT

I could rant about their entire backlog of content, but I’ll just focus on The Unholy Whale.

✅Asian girl stereotype TF with speech changes
✅Unreliable and morally corrupt POV
✅Mix a fast transformations for girls (in captured form) and slow corruption (in “everyday” form)
✅Stepsister incest
✅Memory corruption
✅Revenge and unrequited lust dynamics
✅Self-blackmail and internal voice corruption
✅Lactation and breast expansion
✅Lesbian-to-straight manipulation

This is one of those authors I read and just think “why didn’t I think of that???” constantly. Feels like a true, old school EMCSA longform like MasterPC.

Chapter 7: The Ex-girlfriend Collection in particular is feels like someone took what I had in mind for Regressive Progression and A Cleared Head, and just executed it a hundred times more effectively.

If you’re a fan of my work and like the idea of some amoral, omnipotent male protagonist warping every woman in his life into a hyper-sexual anime trope, this is a must read.

Essential Short Story Reading

Fuck it. 

I feel like sharing some non-sexy recommendations today.

Great inspiration for anyone writing nuanced erotica, mind control fiction or just fucked up short stories. Each taps into some underlying discomfort, be it disturbingly mundane horror or fantastical warping of the familiar. 

These are all short stories that have shaped me and I aspire to someday evoke. Links to the full text when available; otherwise links to Kindle editions.

The Screwfly Solution by Alice Sheldon

The title refers to the sterile insect technique, a technique of eradicating the population of screwflies by the release of large amounts of sterilized males that would compete with fertile males, thus reducing the native population more with each generation this is done. This story concerns a similar distortion of human sexuality with disastrous results. 

The Lottery by Shirley Jackson

The book does not contain any hints on how to win the lottery. It is, rather, a chilling tale of conformity gone mad.

The Life You Save May Be Your Own by Flannery O’Connor

An elderly woman and her daughter take in a traveler who brings hope back into their lives.

Araby by James Joyce

A boy falls in love with the sister of his friend, but fails in his quest to buy her a worthy gift from the Araby bazaar.

The Shadow at the Bottom of the World by Thomas Ligotti

Inhabitants of a small village who encounter a mysterious black mass which appears to emanate from the bowels of the Earth.

Barn Burning by William Faulkner

Tenant farmers try to find work.

Suffer the Little Children by Stephen King

A ghastly sick-joke with no redeeming social merit whatever.

Tlön, Uqbar, Orbis Tertius by Jorge Luis Borges

Detailing the discovery of the mysterious and apparently fictional world of Tlön, whose inhabitants believe a form of subjective idealism, denying the reality of the world.

In the Hills, the Cities by Clive Barker

A vacationing couple disturbs a sacred local tradition.