In my last post I wrote about setting up your profile so that it will appeal. In this post, I’ll look at how to approach someone you think you might like. As in my previous post, I write from a woman’s point of view about men. If a woman is…Read More
Most women under the age of 95 have been approached by men on social media. Most men have been contacted by women. There’s a temptation to write them all off as time-wasters and fakes, but I’m sure a percentage are people who are genuinely looking to form relationships ranging from…Read More
Do I get those pics sent to me? Yes. Do I like them being sent to me? Yes – and no. Before the guys reading this reach for their phones or cameras, let me explain a few things. Some of you may have noticed I’m a woman who writes about sex –…Read More
Interesting, and, at times, hilarious. I am what is politely known as a “mature” woman. That term makes me sound like a particularly ripe piece of cheese, or a very good wine. I prefer the wine, preferably white, and never chardonnay. There’s a photo of me on this web site…Read More
I had a great conversation with an old friend on the way home from a funeral last week. She’s in her early fifties; I am, alas, older then that. We talked about the many changes in the rights of women in our working lifetimes. For example, when I started work…Read More
A while ago I was watching a Chinese dating show with a man I did’t find particularly attractive. (The circumstances aren’t relevant here.) As each young man came on the stage, desperate to impress the panel of beautiful young women, he commented, “Look at them, they’re so bloody confident, they’ll never do any good that way.”Read More
Tracy wakes to find herself alone in Philip’s house. To fill in his absence, she calls upon her lover, Nicholas. His creativity prevails as he introduces her to new adventures, this time in one of the seediest districts in London. WARNING “I’ll Be Watching You” is erotica. It contains explicit language,…Read More
Lucy is a quiet, conservative clerk in an insurance office. She secretly dreams of Connor, the handsome furniture salesman she sees at her bus stop every evening. When she plucks up the courage to shop for a new bed at Connor’s store, sparks fly, but Lucy finds out she isn’t…Read More
When I started writing about Tracy’s adventures I only had the vaguest idea that they would turn out to be a series. But Tracy took off on her own very pleasant trajectory, and I merely followed along to write her adventures down.
In her first adventure, The Job Interview, she meets her boss Mr. Browne and his assistant James.
Tracy meets a handsome, blue-eyed stranger on the Underground and an Afternoon in the City follows.Read More