The list author says: "This list highlights some of the erotic mind control items I've seen on Amazon. When it's something I've read/watched, I'll comment on it. If I haven't seen it, I'll say so. Please note that there are multiple lists on this topic: when they fill up, I start another one. Just click on my profile to see all of them.
Don't forget that for the e-books on the list you can read samples and see if the author at least has a basic grasp of grammar, spelling, and how to write a coherent sentence. I don't care how hot your story is, if you can't write in reasonable English, I'm not interested. I don't need everything I read to be Shakespeare or Dickens, but if I like a book, you can count on it being edited to a reasonable quality."
"Full disclosure: I wrote this book. It's my first full-length novel! This book is about a man who invents a machine called the Pitchpipe which allows him to completely control minds. Using it accidentally introduces him to the scene in a New York bondage club and a conflict with a vicious mistress who wants his secrets. Sex, submission, discipline and more await!"
"The third "Dreams of Control" story. An awkward college student discovers the ultimate aphrodisiac. Mike and Jim run a field trial in their dorm room with Chloe, Susan, and Hui Zhong, and the results are promising... VERY promising."
"This is another short story in the "Dreams of Control" series! This one is particularly good, in my humble opinion, if you like the sense of foreboding and building dread kind of mind control story. There's some hot sexin' of course, but it really takes the characters a while to realize what's happened and the anticipation is what really makes this story fun for me."
"This 99 cent short was written to thank my readers and offer more people a chance to see what the "Dreams of Control" books are all about. Enjoy! (Note that this is currently FREE thanks to price matching!)"
"And yet another tale in the Dreams of Control series. A little bit darker than the others to date - no brutality or anything, but certainly the main character isn't quite so... concerned about the ethics of what he's doing. If a fantasy of helpless, frustrated victims who can't do anything but go along for the ride flips your switches, this is the story for you."
"While *technically* this book isn't about EMC, I'm adding it because 1) The author is Pat Powers, (FKA The Jolly Roper) who has written a lot of great stuff and who deserves a link, and 2) Slave girls are often enslaved using mind control and that's close enough so you should read it."
"This is a little ebook about a TV repairman who gets hold of a subliminal CD that allows him to hypnotize his customers. It's reasonably well written, but despite the implication of the cover text there's only one sex scene, with one woman. For ninety-nine cents it's a good deal and something to keep on your Kindle or iPad for a rainy day."
"The sex scenes are not bad at all, but toward the end you get the idea that the author just kinda said, "Okay, he gets an orgy and then we go on to the next book." Also, maybe I read too fast, but I don't understand why the protagonist didn't realize what was happening with the thing. Or why he didn't put an effing safety on it. :)"
"The "Pretty Cool" movies are about guys who accidentally gain mind control powers by a technological accident. (It's kind of the same plot as the television series "Chuck," only instead of becoming superspies they become mind controllers.) Cinemax-level nude fun ensues. These are available separately - I just put up the box set for efficiency."
"This movie is *very* loosely based on the "Click" stories of Milo Manara. It centers around a mysterious device that can instantly arouse anyone it's pointed at. Later it does other things as well. More silly fun with lots of naked chicks."
"This is a campy and fun direct-to-dvd movie about a bumbling superspy who accidentally confuses his cut-rate spy gadget with the "Click" device from "The Ultimate Attraction." Again, lots of eye candy and some funny scenes involving confusion over what the device actually does, but nothing too graphic."
"This involves a man who buys a ring (off eBay yet) which allows him to read and control the minds of others. During parts of the book the man experiences various things through the eyes of the women he controls It's more of an "excuse to have constant sex scenes" than an involved story. Nothing wrong with that if that's what you're in the mood for. It gets kinda vicious at the end."
"Manara's first "Click!" graphic novel is a classic, if you are willing to accept that a comic book about erotic mind control could be a classic. The plot is limited to one woman who is affected by a device which causes her to become uncontrollably aroused, but it's well-done and the art is great."
"This is one of a line of audio CD's incorporating hypnosis and fictional scenarios. I haven't listened to them (most of them are for women) but it's an interesting idea. If this particular one doesn't appeal, do a search for the artist and you'll see several more."
"These are some serious revenge-fantasy style EMC stories. Granted there's no extreme physical torture, but the subjects here are being controlled in pretty sadistic ways. Not that perfectly nice people can't have perfectly awful fantasies, but don't say I didn't warn you."