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Writing a DD lg tale and a bit terrified.


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Daddy encourages me to follow my dreams and explore my fantasies. To that end I'm trying to write a story driven tale featuring a Daddy and a little that hasn't quite (at this time) gotten it into her head that she needs this too. So to that end I'm hitting a big stumbling block. I was the one to bring DD lg to our already D/s relationship. I was little and teacher at the same time. What I'm looking for are rookie little mistakes. Things that can happen as she struggles to find her little space or might slip and do while still faking. I had found my own center and knew who I was long before I ever addressed it to him. So... none of my struggles had anyone else to help me remember lol
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You can start by reading other DD/lg writings and see what ideas you can get from them. You can find quite a few on wattpad :)

Hope that helps!

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Gawd Wattpad! I tried looking but it doesn't explore as much of the early stages and struggles most just jump into full play if you have a rec I would love it. I'm posting on AO3 since I already had fan fiction there.
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I want to read it!! And I would say little things like not holding hands while crossing the street or little things like doodling on a notepad while waiting for the kids to finish a quiz. Or getting excited when something comes in for the kids... moreso than the kids are excited for. 

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Ooh I can do this! I was a little before I met Sir...but being a little with a caregiver, while being a super independent big person myself, means I hit a lot of stumbling blocks!

  • Asking permission for things I used to do without thinking.
  • Accepting that asking permission might result in a 'no'.
  • Not trying to predict or second guess Daddy - e.g., not planning my evening out before asking if I will actually be allowed to shower when I thought I would.
  • Staying in little space while he interacted with me (this was relevant in the early days).
  • Being able to communicate well while feeling little.
  • Encouraging him to communicate what he wanted, so I could better fit into that.
  • Panicking I was too little (meaning, my mindset and desires were too young) or not little enough.
  • Struggling to fit into the mould of a little that social media had created - pink, skinny, little girls who are showered in treats and gifts.
  • Wanting him to be Dominant when he felt more like a Caregiver; and vice versa.
  • Telling him when I slipped and broke a rule is/was really tough!
  • Frustration when he treated me like a little girl, or a submissive, while I was feeling very big.

Whoops. That turned into a bit of a list. Hopefully some of them are helpful though eek.

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Sometimes it helps to read what other people have wrote. 

 

I've wrote some smut before and its fun. Write for yourself, not other people. Study by reading other stories and works. Find photos that inspire you.

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I'm also trying to make it as a writer on this subject. I've completed a movie script about the life story a real person who lives a 24-hour ddlg (I've showed it to her. We're still trying to determine whether the movie is doable). I'm also working on a novel about a ddlg couple. When I start writing these stories I focus on the sweetness of ddlg, but I wind up writing about these people's vanilla lives and suddenly the story becomes darker and more intense. When the story gets that way it becomes harder to stay motivated unless there are certain themes that hold it all together. 

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First foremost and above all else each story is a journey know where they begin and where you would like them to end then fill in the middle. Also... ask yourself this question... "Is this the most interesting part of this persons life? If not why are we not hearing about it? Why are we talking about this stupid shit?" And balance is key... see right now I'm super in big mode cut my little zoo day turned into my husband in the ER... balance... you need to balance between the vanilla and DD/lg if not it's not about living with it anymore it's about life with this thing you sometimes do. On the note of balance in daddy's little girl when lily wasnt going to be very intresting despite it being her tale I changed perspective. Also... something very bad is about to happen but I have a plan to write it back to better things because shit happens then you move on. You heal and keep living and learn to smile again. MAKE AN OUTLINE!!!!!! I cannot stress this enough! It keeps you moving along a specific general path. Also REWRITE! CLEAN PAGE CLEAN PAGE MOVE DOWN MOVE DOWN!!! Go back to the point it derailed and trash the shit you don't like and restart from there. So... that's all my writing advice this may be my first DD/lg and first really successful venture but it's not my first story lol. So take it from BIG Katie you don't ever really lose until you stop trying hoe many times have you seen a fighter on the mat push up bloody beaten and broken because he wasn't going down without giving it everything... Give em' hell kid!
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