Riwa’s Stories at Patreon


Coming November rewards

A series about a woman named Katia who is being trained for something special.
A pool encounter with the neighborhood Karen.
The US-UK drowning tournament voting quarterfinals.
A series of shorts about older women.
Teri’s last house party.
Terminated – the email.
Her first electrocution. Sounds painful.
A club series about a woman named Aravanna who is attracted to the guillotine.
A scifi fanfiction about a girl named Chloe in a floating city with Counselor Troi.
A Miss Woodcock noose short.
And I might throw in a bonus story or two.

September stories/rewards will fall off at the end of October to make room for November rewards.

I’ve made an effort to apply some self-discipline this month. My goal is to work on at least one story a day. So far, I have worked on 25 stories through today. That does not include shorts I have done that could serve as a springboard to a larger story.

I have three stories in progress. I’ve worked on a waterfall story involving three women and a yoga instructor. I’ve even worked on more tales involving Victor’s guillotine. So I’ve been working on my creativity for you.

We got our first snow of the season yesterday morning. But it melted off quickly. It will be interesting to see how much snow and moisture we get this year. The river is looking a little low, although I understand we are faring better than rivers in other parts of the country and the world.

Mom is doing better. Lately, she’s been fixing a pot of chili with beans and seasonings. But it’s always too much for her. That means I usually get her leftovers. But what mom cooks, I eat as I like what she fixes. She sends it home to me in a Tupperware bowl, and I clean the bowl and send it back to her. So we call them boomerang bowls for the way they come home with me full of food and then return to mom empty and cleaned.

I’m appreciative I still have mom to eat lunch with and to go on drives. And I’m especially appreciative of all of you. Thank you so much for being my patrons.

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