Cornertime Confidential interviews Charles Hamilton II

Cornertime Confidential belongs to a consortium of Spanking blogs called the Spanking Bloggers Network. When directing an aspiring blogger how to start a blog, we advise him to begin here at The Network. As we did this, we came upon a blog that has been in business since 2015. It’s from Charles Hamilton, fiction writer … Continue reading Cornertime Confidential interviews Charles Hamilton II

Mr Hennessey’s Boys: The hotel suite

It was all very simple. There was never anything complicated about it. Everything was organised well. All we had to do was turn up at the right place at the appointed time and let him do it. I did it four times, then I suppose he got bored with me and he got someone else. … Continue reading Mr Hennessey’s Boys: The hotel suite

The Dean of Dormitory Discipline and other university tales — update

Some readers may have had a problem downloading the free e-book Dean of Dormitory Discipline. This link should work. the-dean-of-dorm-discipline-by-charles-hamilton-ii Here are also new links to the other three recently uploaded books The Private Tutor by Charles Hamilton II all-in-the-family-by-charles-hamilton-ii picture-album-by-charles-hamilton-ii

Thanks a million !

Now I’ve got your attention I just want to say  that some time over this past weekend this site had its one millionth view ! Thanks to you all for being such dedicated readers. Thanks also to those who send me messages of support and encouragement. It is very much appreciated. Charles   Picture credit: … Continue reading Thanks a million !

He knew the boy would be trouble

Todd Driver knew the boy would be trouble the moment he saw him, that’s why he pulled the car over and offered him a ride. “Where you going?” he leaned through the car window to get a closer look at the hitchhiker. He looked like he hadn’t slept for days. Probably hadn’t changed his shirt … Continue reading He knew the boy would be trouble

What a jolly jape

“He’s only gone and done it. I can’t believe it, Dougall’s only gone and done it.” Geoff Arkwright’s face fell. Surely, not, he thought, he wouldn’t be so stupid. “He said he would, and by jove he’s true to his word.” Terrence Aspel rushed through the cricket pavilion. His team mates stopped in their tracks. … Continue reading What a jolly jape

Changed Times 7. Pub landlord

A glimpse into the near future. The series starts here.  The landlord Kevin saw me heaving my shoulder against the heavy saloon bar door. “You’re barred!” he shouted from across the empty room before I even stepped across the threshold. He meant it too. I stood bemused. The bar was deserted apart from we two. … Continue reading Changed Times 7. Pub landlord

Vigilantes

A group of them were talking in the pub. The beer was flowing. There was only one topic of conversation. Those bloody kids. The ones who congregated around the bus stop at night. Giving innocent folk grief. “Have you seen the graffiti? The swear words?” “They drink strong cider, then piss it up all over … Continue reading Vigilantes

Fr. Christian

“Stand there boy and wait. You need to be taught a painful lesson. I’ll be back in a moment.” Keith stood in the passageway and watched miserably as Fr. Christian slowly lumbered up the stairs; one fat buttock after another wobbling towards the top landing. He could make a run for it. There was time. … Continue reading Fr. Christian

The new neighbour

It was when the new next-door neighbour said he would pull down Sebastian’s swimming trunks and paddle his backside until it glowed in the dark that he knew there was something strange. Seb was nineteen years old. Mr. Churchill objected to the teenager lounging by the pool in his in his back garden playing loud … Continue reading The new neighbour