Herbert came over to our home in Lago Vista for a photo shoot last week. I was in my office. Herbert knocked on the front door, opened it, and called out: “Halooo, halloo” as he let himself in. He knew where I was. This all happened so quickly that he appeared before I had time to get out of my chair.
“What are you writing?” he asked.
“slave mindi’s protocol manual,” I replied.
“Let me see that,” he said. I handed him what I had thus far written and printed out. He thumbed through it.
“There’s nothing like this in print.” he declared.
“I don’t think there’s a market for a protocols book. Everyone has to make their own.”
“The last book that covered this kind of material was by Larry Townsend in 1979.”
“What didn’t you understand about what I just said?” I asked.
“What do you not understand about the fact that I’m the publisher in the room.” He replied. “How long will it take you to get this into publishable shape?”
“About two months.” I stated.
“Good. Shall we say September 15th, then?”
NOTE: This book, “Protocol handbook for the female slave: theory and practice” was the first of my non-fiction books about the M/s life. It turned out to be the start of a long string of books that continues to this day. I shot the cover photo. This was my slave's actual protocol manual. It is a snapshot in time of the way we lived from about 2006-2010.
Herbert ended up publishing about a dozen of my books over the years, a magazine that lasted a year, and six small books in the “Power Exchange Resource Series” group.