The Bexhill School series of books follows the fortunes (and misfortunes) of two young ladies as they progress through their time at an imaginary girls' school in the late 1950s, when corporal punishment was still a mainstay of discipline. They, their classmates, and even some of the staff are regularly on the receiving end of spankings from implements ranging from the hand to the Dragon cane and even the birch.
The books are well written, vivid, humorous, and entertaining.
NOTE: ALL TOM SIMPLE'S BOOKS ARE CURRENTLY BEING RE-RELEASED IN A NEW FORMAT, ILLUSTRATED BY 'THE POSER ARTIST''. THE FIRST BOOKS ARE NOW AVAILABLE (see below) AND THE REMAINDER ARE IN THE COURSE OF PRODUCTION. KEEP WATCHING THIS SITE.
Nothing on this site should be taken as advocating the spanking of children. All characters are over the age of 18.
SPANKING OF THE DAY
Hard to tell which hurt most: the paddling...
Not so cheery
The role of the cheerleading squad is to encourage their team by whipping up their supporters, certainly not by whipping down their knickers. Thus the scenes which took place at the end of the hockey match between Bexhill and their arch-rivals, St Mary's, were nothing less than disgraceful.
The eagerly-awaited Schools Cup Final between the two establishments had been a thriller, with both teams even as the final whistle approached. Then, in the last few seconds, St Mary's made a desperate charge. Their winger, clearly offside, cracked a shot towards the Bexhill goal. In the confusion around the goal-mouth, the ball ricocheted off one of the players and into the net. The referee - a large and florid lady - had appeared throughout to favour the St Mary's team. Ignoring the blatant off-side, she blew the closing whistle. There was uproar amongst the Bexhill team and the school's supporters, packed along one side of the pitch. On the opposite side, the victorious St Mary's girls taunted their opponents.
Then it happened.
The six girls in the Bexhill cheerleading squad formed a line, turned their backs to St Mary's, and in one obviously well-rehearsed move, dropped their knickers, raised their tiny skirts, and wiggled their bare bottoms at the opposition. All hell broke loose. It took the two schools' staff almost ten minutes to restore order.
Not surprisingly, retribution followed swiftly. The cheerleaders were summoned to the headmistress's office, where they were bidden to drop their underwear again, this time for rather more painful purposes. Each girl got twelve swats of the heavy paddle, and twelve strokes of the Dragon cane. The caning was for bringing the school into disrepute; the paddling was for having so evidently practiced the move to perfection. It was this foresight which got the squad the unstinting admiration of every girl in the school, and (although she would of course not admit it openly) even that of Mrs Winchester, the headmistress, herself. She admired 'spirit' in the girls, and the squad had shown it in spades. It was a pity their bottoms had to suffer.
...or the Dragon cane
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THE BEXHILL BOOKS
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Tom Simple's romantic CP adventures
'The Flying White Scarf' (rated 4.5 stars on Amazon.com) and its new, unpublished sequel
'A Flying Visit' will appear soon.