December Seas writes erotica that usually devolves into social criticism with a side of sex and feelings.

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By December Seas | April 4, 2020 | 0 Comments

f/f, vampires, sexual use of holy water and stakes, explicit racism from the pov of a racist (including use of ethnic & misogynistic slurs), white character, chinese character, failed humiliation & degradation, consensual nonconsent, subverted stereotypes. 2,900 words.


Story Context

This one's a hard piece.

It's meant to be ugly. It's designed to show how hate defiles the hater more than it ever could defile its target, and it's designed to show defiance as power, resistance, and control.

It should leave you feeling unsettled.

But this is what we're up against.



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Recommended Reading Order

Numbered stories should be read in order. Bulleted stories can be read in any sequence.

New Angeles

All stories take place in the urban fantasy setting New Angeles.

  1. So Fall For Me
  2. Yellowed
  3. Constance's Obedience Training
  4. Every Eye Will See Him
  5. Tell Me How I Look
  6. We Are All Too Young to Die
  7. Full Moon Rising
  8. Llena del alma mía


Standalone speculative fiction set in nonce worlds.


Standalone non-speculative fiction set in our world.

The following poems are also standalone:

Full Moon Rising

By December Seas / September 18, 2020 / 0 Comments
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m/f, mixed race couple (chinese/mexican), werewolf and human couple, monsterfucking, monster acceptance, wolf mind, non-human/transhuman POV, can be read as plural!Constance if you’d like, metamorphosing during sex. 3,500 words.


Constance’s Obedience Training

By December Seas / February 2, 2020 / 0 Comments
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m/f, D/s with female sub and male dom, mixed race couple (chinese/mexican), collaring, subspace, partially nonverbal character, fat female character, werewolf and human couple, indulgent levels of commentary on desire and attraction. 6,600 words.

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