Gracie Mae

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Gracie Mae is a story by Haley Brimley

All rejuve universe stories are set in the 28th Century: Rejuvenation to the childhood stage is used for various purposes, one of which is to convict criminals and place them in the houses of spanking "parents" who will correct them the very old-fashioned way as frequently and as soundly as possible.

Ever since Lurking Dragon came up with that concept and wrote his stories featuring "little" Melody, a myriad of authors have tried their hand at the same setting, not always successfully. Lurking Dragon "officially" endorsed this practice by releasing a manual in which he outlined the basic points to his scenario, what should have been done, what should not have been done, etc, for all those who would tackle the task of following in his footsteps. Basically the rejuve universe is like an open-source computer program, where everyone can add their own bits and pieces and interpret things their way - with the restrictions imposed by the original author, of course.

Christy and myself have been working on this series for a long time before deciding it was time to post it. Christy is not new to rejuve universe fan-fiction (you will soon find the updated version of her mini-series "Curiosity Spanked the Cat" in the Guest section), whereas for me this is a first. It is very interesting. If this future world were to exist in real-life it would be horrific, but this is fiction, and as such, it is one of the most captivating, inventive, and original settings I have seen, and not only within spanking fiction. Those of you who are unfamiliar with it may want to check out the first link, where a brief introduction is made, whereas veterans can skip directly to the stories. We hope you enjoy, and that you let us know what you think of Gracie Mae, Aunt Sally, Uncle Liam, and our take on Lurking Dragon’s scenario overall. :-)

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Gracie Mae story site


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