New site reviews spanking-themed books!
We spankos know there are tons of books out there that feature our beloved fetish/hobby/whatever you want to call it — but how do you know which ones are good? How do you know which ones are in your preferred style/orientation? Wouldn’t it be nice if there were a site that did nothing but review these books, and gave readers the opportunity to post their own reviews, so that we could more easily find books we’ll enjoy?
Now there is such a place — I call your attention to Bottoms Up Book Review, a new site by Katerina (not to be confused with Katarina/Cali of Spanking Court). Because she just launched it recently, at this time it has only 17 books reviewed, but Katerina has 100 spanking books (so far) on her Kindle and promised there will be many more reviews coming.
I like how the site is set up, and it’s interactive, too. In the book list, you can click on any of the books and you’re taken to a page where K gives you a synopsis, her review and an excerpt. She rates each book one to five hearts (or upside-down bottoms, if you will). However, if you want to comment on her review or add your own review/rating of the book, there’s an area where you can do so.
K is an equal opportunity reviewer, including both books she loved and others she wasn’t that crazy about, but perhaps others may like them. She details each book’s good points and weaknesses, rates the frequency and intensity of the spankings, etc.
I once ordered a popular spanking story compilation online. Upon receiving it, I was rather frustrated; a couple of the stories were OK, but most of the others weren’t to my preferences. Since I’m purely an M/F aficionado, I didn’t care for all the F/F and F/M, and there were a lot of stories with graphic sex, anal play, BDSM and so forth that I just couldn’t get into. If I’d had a book review site like this, perhaps I could have saved my money.
Please check it out and give her your feedback! She provides an email address, her Facebook and Twitter links, and encourages people to contact her with their thoughts, suggestions of books to review and so on.