About Camille Langtry

Although I’ve been a fan of transformation and downgrade fiction for many years, it’s only recently that I’ve gathered the courage to begin writing myself. Originally I started this blog just to catalogue other peoples’ work and post captions, but I quickly realised how much I enjoyed exploring similar topics as a writer.

I enjoy themes of social drop and cultural change, with stories involving maids, often in historic settings, among my favourites. Stories I write tend to involve voluntary and not entirely voluntary relinquishing of status to become servants, cleaners and other people at the very bottom of the society ladder. Think of my fiction as Cinderella or Pygmalion in reverse with upper-class women – and, occasionally, men – giving up their privileged and pampered existence for one of hard work and low esteem.

My books can be found on Amazon and Smaswords and I also occasionally do commission work. If you want to follow my work, please subsribe to my newsletter.

I can be reached directly with any questions at camille.langtry@gmail.com or via a contact form on the main page. You are also welcome to leave comments on this blog or to review my e-books. 


4 comments:

  1. Enjoy reading biographies in general. Find you interesting. Hard to believe you just recently started writing. Well done. You have a gift when it comes to creating and organizing web sites as well. You've got a rare air of sophistication in what you do. It's refreshing and lacking in current times. Don't mind stories of men sinking but not into TG stories. Any stories you can recommend that fall into that category? Thanks.

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    1. Thank you. On non-TG men downgrade fiction the first thing that comes to mind are some of Emma Finn stories. She was unique in her ability to write all kinds of transformations. I do think that quality stories like that are very rare. We had a discussion on this blog recently about why there are no lord to butler stories. It is somehow a lot less interesting...


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  2. Hi are heard anything new from Story: New Employee?

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    1. I heard that author is dead.

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