Friday, December 31, 2010

Brand New

My name - for this - is Bea.

Beaing ancient, I probably know more about transvestism and cross dressing than most people alive.  I had a page - with the same title as this blog - though there I published sissy and transvestite stories.  A lot of them were free - and I had some for sale.  This page went from about 1998 to 2004.  Then I opted out for a year or so.  Came back in with another page - don't ask me why I titled it about 2007 - where I (still) put stories up - with Free ones, plus others for sale.

I always wanted a page where people like myself could chat about various things.  I'm not feminine in any way - but love to cook.  Wanted recipes - that kind of thing.  I also wanted to share experiences with people having the same desires as myself.  Movies, books?  Just about anything.

I'm a published author with MagsInc.  Wrote under the names of Bea, Stella Satin, Tiffany Mellis, and Maureen Glasgow.  I also acted as an advisor on a forum for spouses of transvestites and cross dressers.

I have opinions on just about everything - and am not afraid to voice them.  Can't write TV fiction any more as I take medications for prostate problems that have basically eliminated my sex drive - and that was the 'engine' that drove my writing - and I was quite prolific.  I STILL enjoy writing though and hope to draw some interest to this blog - so I'd be pleased to hear from just about anybody.

Have NO idea what I'm doing, but hope to learn.


Bea's TV Station said...

I wasn't sure how to allow visitors to make comments and publish them on this blog - but I think that all you have to do is scroll down and click
on "comments" at the bottom. Then "Publish"

Carrie P said...

Hi Bea great to see you back in the land of the (cyber) living. Excellent picture from David Bishop. Wish you well with the blog and many thanks for the stories over the years. Carrie

Anonymous said...

"Token Male" is a classic story. Wish you would re-post it on your stories site. "Humiliations and Other Pleasures" is a very underrated classic as well. Good luck with the blog.