#SatSpanks: Meet Freiya

Please excuse my tardiness for Saturday Spankings. I’m afraid that I got a little excited at the prospect of Headmistress Blake writing my name on the Tardy Board-slash-paddle…okay okay, that sounds better than, “I got confused about the dates.”

Here, without further ado, is the heroine of Freiya’s Stand. I’m throwing you into the story without explanation, but you’ll pick it up quickly over the weeks. I love Freiya and hope you will, too.


Catastrophe began, as it often does, with innocuous good intentions. It struck at St. Agatha of Sicily, a private Catholic school serving kindergarteners through high schoolers. St. Aggie’s, as it was affectionately known by its admirers—St. Haggie’s to its detractors, including some of its own students—was plagued by the two problems known to every school since the beginning of time: too few dollars and too many unrealistic expectations for the results of its students. When faced with a distressing situation, the administrators of St. Aggie’s chose the approach also known since the beginning of time: knee-jerk overreactions that failed to solve the problem and precipitated catastrophe instead.

First, they called a faculty meeting.


26 thoughts on “#SatSpanks: Meet Freiya

  1. awesomesub says:

    Hi Ana, funny snippet. It seems they are in real trouble. Is the faculty meeting the beginning of something like ‘doing things for the sake of doing things’? Can’t wait for more!




  2. Julie says:

    What a wonderful, hilarious introduction! There are so many interesting possibilities.

    Unless ….. it’s not another “no spanking” story, is it? You haven’t literarily turned over a new leaf? Because if it’s actually a treatise on school politics, that could be much less interesting. 🙂


  3. Julie says:

    I did! I’ll be reading it in moments.

    And I appreciate that there are “No belts” in Living in Sin. We all need a safe zone from time to time. 🙂


  4. Renee says:

    So glad to see Freiya back again. I was afraid she had landed on the cutting room floor or in a ball in the trash (however writers toss out ideas). Loved the intro… a faculty meeting is just a way of looking like you did something. “Of course Mrs. so and so we are quite concerned also. We have scheduled a faculty meeting to brainstorm solutions to this situation. I am sure you will be seeing a better outcome for everyone shortly” Yeah, I have actually used that line. Can’t wait to see where the story goes. Blessings. R


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