My first book, “Protocol Handbook for the Female slave: theory and practice” came out in June 2006. Once I finished it I mentioned to Herbert that he had published the cart before the horse.
“What is that supposed to mean?” he asked somewhat gruffly.
“It means that you’ve published a book on how to make protocols without a book describing how to create an M/s structure that would even USE protocols.” I replied.
“Hmmmm. Okay. How long would it take you to write that one? Two months?” he asked
“God, no. I haven’t even thought of this. I’d have to do a lot of research and build an outline. After that, I can give you some idea.” I said.
“Okay, keep me posted.” He said.
I began working. By the end of summer, we had our second book in print. It was: “Master/slave Relations: Handbook of theory and practice.This book became the basis of my own M/s structure with my slave.
With these two books under my belt, I was prepared to begin doing presentations.