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Jack Renny

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About Jack Renny

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  • Age in Years
    60
  • Gender
    Male
  • Sexuality
    Still figuring it out
  • Favorite Genres
    Drama
    Mystery
    Romance
  • Location
    England, the Nation in Europe, not the Town in Arkansas =;0)
  • Interests
    Family, friends, reading, music, wine, food, Cornwall

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  1. Terrific! You survived the year from hell and wrote all this. Hats off to you! Thanks for taking my emotions on a roller coaster and delivering them safely at the end of the ride. The humanity in your writing is a joy to experience. Looking forward to more stories. Best wishes, Jack.
  2. Hi, I’m late to the party but felt moved to comment. This is a terrific tale, thank you. I adore stories driven by fascinating characters and heartfelt emotions. This has both in spades. Please write more! Best wishes, Jack.
  3. Jack Renny

    Chapter 20

    Hey, if I’d known David was popping over here I’d have put the kettle on! TC’s duplicity is darned cheeky! I’m not comfortable with the guy holding the ropes taking advantage of David’s emotions. In fact, TC hasn’t inspired my affection yet, maybe later on? David, I like. His inner turmoil is very real and the way you present his emotional pain is beautifully done. Thanks a lot, looking forward to more. Have a fab’ weekend, Jack.
  4. Jack Renny

    Chapter 19

    Oh my! I enjoyed this chapter.....until....I read the other comments. Now I’m slightly apprehensive. Cliffhanger? Who’s being thrown over the cliff? 🤣
  5. My apologies if my tongue in cheek comment caused anyone any offence. That was not my intention. Regards, Jack.
  6. Jack Renny

    Chapter 2

    Beautifully orchestrated scenarios. I’m a devotee of single malt Scotch whisky. Some of the drinks you mentioned astonished me. I had no idea people drank such things. As for David.....David’s dancing was actually controlling the entire group. I feel he knew exactly what he was doing to all of them, not just to TC. Does that hint at the power that a sub has? I don’t think I could enjoy being a Dom or a sub but I’d quite like to try some of that dancing!
  7. Just read 2nd chapter. Oooh! Filth, pure filth! I love it. You mentioned confidence. That’s the attribute I like in authors like yourself, Wayne and tim. You all come across as having confidence in your characters. It makes for more engaging scenarios. It’s all good.
  8. I agree with you. Some enjoy the likes of E.L.James’ work. It’s not my thing. I think kbois will write a good story seeing as she has sought your input. Regards, Jack.
  9. Since COVID-enforced shielding came into our lives I’ve experienced occasional pangs of nostalgia. How did it come to this? If only the calendar could be turned back to better times..... I’ve also experienced the urge to spend more time fiddling around with my beard. As any committed beard wearer will attest, it’s all too easy to get lured into ever more exotic beard fettling practises. As a result of invisible hirsute sirens calling, I have ended up owning an ever larger stable of razors, shavers, trimmers and unctions. And I love them all! Mmmm, the seductive aroma of Aloe Vera shaving foam, the sweet caress of Harrys soothing after shave balm, the tender touch of....... Whoa! Timeout. My latest acquisition is a “classic” Wilkinson Sword single blade razor. It’s a faithful reproduction of one I used to own in the early1970s. Or thenabouts, I can’t remember exactly when. The Wilkinson’s retro chic styling is gorgeous. It’s very, very cool. Contrast this with my ultra modern Gillette Fusion Pro 5 razor’s macho high tech’ “ball barrow” swivel mechanism (with integral leaf spring), six blades and moisture-glide strip and you’ll see a world of difference. *pauses for breath* Gillette say “it’s the best a man can get.” Then there’s my beautiful rainbow charity razor from Harrys. It’s my favourite modern multi blade razor. This beautifully styled monument to metrosexuality is very comforting to hold, shaves beautifully and makes me feel good. The price included a £10 donation to AKT (The Albert Kennedy Trust in the UK, a different charity for America.) Since buying the rainbow razor I have become a regular donor to AKT. They provide crisis accomodation for LGBTQ+ young people. Albert Kennedy perished very young, being found dead at the foot of a multi story car park. He had been bullied, hounded and gay bashed. I don’t know if he fell, jumped or was pushed. I do know I wish the calendar could be turned back for Albert and all others like him. So, as I sit here typing this, having just enjoyed my first shave with my new Wilkinson Sword classic... I can honestly say nostalgia is a load of b*llocks. Vada my eek! My hitherto gorgeous visage is festooned with bloodied fragments of toilet tissue. I remember now, too late, why I shifted to modern multi blade razors. The old single blade razors are lethal! 🎼🎼🎼 Shaving ain’t no cure for the isolation blues. 🎼🎼🎼 Neither is nostalgia! 😘
  10. Oh, hope they’re ok. You could sneak in a little story writing (I’ve started reading your D/s story.)
  11. Good afternoon from sunny Berkshire, UK. I wish everyone a happy day. It’s 4pm here, time to make a pot of tea! We’re enjoying sunshine and warmth....and.....my new shorts are undergoing beta testing. Early signs are very promising. My day started with wolf whistling from my partner. There was also a giggly bum squeeze. So far, so good! Regards, Jack.
  12. Jack Renny

    Chapter 1

    Intriguing! Interesting subject matter. This story could teach me something. I know nothing about the D/s Life apart from seeing comments in the DiC and and reading tim’s D/s poetry. David and TC have interesting backgrounds. I look forward to the possibility of some fireworks .... and to exploring new depths (sorry, couldn’t resist.) Thanks for taking my reading in a new direction. Regards, Jack.
  13. Great concept - a time out for myself! I like your thinking. There are days where my sleep disorder leaves me shaky and I drop things. We have a lot of chipped dishes! When I get frustrated with it, listening to music gives me my time out. There’s a music setting on my hearing aids that balances the inputs for music. I listen, relax and go to my serene place for a reset. We all need a reset now and again. Thanks for sharing. Best wishes, Jack.
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