After the last blogpost someone commented and said that something in the story wasn't their kink. A little later some other person asked me 'what if he had suggested so and so'.
This started a train of thought in my head. Thing is, I don't mind that it isn't someone's particular kink (and I know for sure that this person wasn't complaining) and I wouldn't mind including whatever the other person suggested even if it isn't my kink.
When writing a short scene, when you jump into the action, it is often easier to stay close to the fantasy, to play out something the intrigues you or excites you, it is often my kink, there, in those stories. But writing is a strange thing, the characters come alive, they get histories, desires, thoughts and such things. Stories tend to be about something that isn't always that obvious.
The Surrender story, for example, is about just that, surrender, or submission or what to call it. If it is true to some of my kinks it is that one. This means that if the heroine of the story surrenders to the man, she can't expect to stay within her comfort zone. I have at least tried to describe a situation where she doesn't.
It is true, however, that I often stay within my comfort zone, fantasy-wise, but it doesn't mean I have to. So back to the beginning. What happens to the heroine in the story, isn't necessary her kink, neither does it have to be mine.
So the reply to the first comment is, 'I don't think it is hers either,' and to the other comment, 'why not'.