About AuntieHelen


Career type, 46, At home in the greatest city on earth, New York City. Have lived in England, France, Japan.

Relationship Status:
New York, United States
Local Time:
21 Mar 2018 07:09
I love books, play music, write short stories and poetry. Love to travel. Favorite places include Cornwall in the U.K., British Columbia, Canada and the West Coast of Ireland.

I enjoy live theater and favor drama over musicals.

I have no interest in photos of male dangling participles. Generally speaking, the larger the equipment, the smaller the brain.
For that matter, photos of bare vaginas don’t do it for me either. It is rather nice to meet a person, not simply an orifice.
Favorite Books:
Anything by Charles Dickens Alexander Dumas, John Grisham, plus A Town Like Alice, Shogun. Tai Pan, Gai Gin.
Favorite Authors:
Charles Dickens, John Grisham, Alexander Dumas, Bernard Cornwell, Thomas Hardy, Bronte Sisters, Greg Iles, Ian Rankin, John Le Carre,
Favorite Movies:
Love Actually, Secrets and Lies, Educating Rita, The Commitments, My Cousin Vinny, A Majority of One, Becket, The Lion in Winter, Groundhog Day, The Last Samurai, Four Weddings and a Funeral, Shogun, Patterns, The Full Monte.
Favourite TV Shows:
Jesse Stone, Prime Suspect, A Touch of Frost, Doc Martin, Morse, Elizabeth R, Fawlty Towers, Monty Python.
Favorite Music:
Jann Arden, Josh Groban, Enya, Annie Lennox, Clannad, Dougie Maclean, RnB, Doo-Wop, operetta, Motown


Date Joined:
09 Nov 2017
Last Visit:
20 Mar 2018
Page Viewed:
2,516 times
Days in Chat:
Days on Site:
Forum Posts:

Latest Forum Posts More forum posts »

Topic: What's your favorite Christmas movie?
Posted: 10 Dec 2017 21:10

1. A Christmas Carol (1951 Alastair Sim) 2. It's a Wonderful Life 3. Love Actually

Topic: Is it normal for a story to "get away" from the writer's planned outline, and sort of write itself?
Posted: 06 Dec 2017 14:17

When I create a character, they have an age, a location in time and a situation/predicament.
I have discovered that my character will then begin to tell their own story as they look around at what they see and experience. Yes, I try a nudge here and there, but the moment I feel something is not in keeping with that character, I back off, find a place of truth, and then allow that character to resume their adventure.
I think I was heavily influenced by early years on stage. I may practice the spoken lines while sitting in the green room but when standing in the wings I was steeping myself in my character’s back-story. Am I wet, cold, hungry, tired, exhilarated, distressed etc? Then I left my own self in the wings and stepped onstage in character. It had its own life.

I know – Perhaps not a disciplined way to write, but I have faith the character will tell their own story if I allow them to breathe.

back to top

Stories Published By AuntieHelen All Stories »

A Lover's Game

The tools of sensual sorcery, are contained within the armory, Of every woman, who takes aim at another My weapons of sexual subtlety, all that bewitching alchemy Are presented, for the pleasure, of a lover   It is a playful, escapade, a teasing, loving masquerade A role-play, intended to inspire All of course, to tease and please, and ultimately fulfil your needs I am disguised in...

Added 18 Mar 2018 | Category Erotic Poems

Night Flight

How about this! I have been invited to attend the International Women in Business Conference being held in Paris, France. My very first official overseas business trip and I am more than ready for it. Definitely time this twenty-eight-year-old middle management executive strut her stuff on a larger stage. Reading over the announcement, the core topics and activities sounded...

Added 26 Dec 2017 | Category Masturbation | Votes 15 | Avg Score 4.93 | Views 9,345 | 12 Comments

back to top

Attach a note to this member, which only you can see.

Tell us why

Please tell us why you think this profile page is inappropriate.