I am editing the title for this book reference as it should say written by A Grateful Slave with Guy Baldwin
I have started reading a book in a slave group I belong to and I thought I would pass it along to you. I hope some if not all find it helpful.
The book we have been reading is called “Slave Craft”. This book is written by a male slave but reading it I found that it was hard to tell the difference as this book was written from a slaves perspective, not a male slaves perspective. This was one of the things I enjoyed about this book…the way that it is written for slaves. This book is not just written for those who identify as slaves but those who identify as submissive as well. I think that subs and slave differ in the amount of control that is given to their Dominant or Master but that we can still struggle with the same issues of being a submissive or slave.
This book is not a how to book for slaves/subs in terms of standing positions, specific speech patterns used, or demeanor per se but this book gets to the heart of the matter of being a slave. For me, this book spoke, in a deeper way, to the why question of me being a slave.
Some of the topics in the book include: The Myth of slave training, Seeing Slavery, The Principle of Indetity, The Principle of Obedience, and the Principle of Transparency.
Here is a link to an excerpt from the first essay in the book: The call to submission
I would recommend this book to anyone, those new or seasoned in this lifestyle.
3 thoughts on “A Helpful Resource – Slave Craft by A Grateful Slave w/ Guy Baldwin (Author Edit)”
Hey, I was wondering if you know where I could find this book for free? I have no money (at all, I live with my parents still and I am looking for work) but I am desperately wanting to learn more. Thanks hun x
i was looking for ir in an e book
HI Alexis, Clay:
I have not been able to find the resource for free online but maybe you can try your local library: http://www.worldcat.org/title/slavecraft-roadmaps-for-consensual-erotic-servitude-principles-skills-and-tools/oclc/50758803
Here is a link to the first 4 chapters while you look:
Hope this helps.