I can't even say that I haven't been reading. I have. I finally got around to reading Holding the Cards by Joey Hill. I'd been putting it off, because unusually for Joey Hill, the reviews weren't that great. The reviews were right. This isn't that great. I might get around to a full review of it at some point. But given that at this stage, that would probably involve re-reading it, I might well not. Suffice to say that the plot was wishy-washy and the whole premise needed a lot of suspension of disbelief that the characters weren't strongly enough drawn to hold together.
I've recently been enjoying the Magnus pack series by Shelly Laurenston. Not femdom really, she writes paranormal romance with heroines who are totally psychopathic and men who like them as truly gun wielding and insane as they are. The sex is a bit vanilla and M/f, but the heroines are pretty demanding and give as good as they get. The characters are great, even if the world building is a bit "eh, I'll ignore that, because laws of physics clearly don't apply here"... One reviewer said that you would enjoy one of the books if you liked heroines coarse and mannish. I bought it.
Other stuff that sounds promising is Love Enraptured by Jodi Redford. The blurb says:
"This book contains male groveling, the occasional blindfold and feather tickler, wicked sex magic, and a fae thief who isn’t afraid to wear ass-less chaps when the job calls for it."That is probably good enough incentive to induce me to buy it.
As for publishers etc., you might like to hear about the awkwardly named Fanny Press. Classy. They have a selection of interesting looking tagged books, including hot wife, cuckold and dominatrix. Nothing labelled femdom though.
The Princess Bride. I now can quote: "Inconceivable," with the best of them. The film though was... well.... Look, it was terrible. It was kind of hilariously terrible. I argued that it was so bad, it was good, as I did enjoy it even as I rolled my eyes and cringed all the way through. My sub was not impressed at all though. I agree that the bit at the beginning when he says "As you wish," is nice. But I rather thought that the whole thing went down-hill from there. Don't lynch me.
One last thing. Go and check out http://critiquemydickpic.tumblr.com/ It's fun for women and a valuable educational resource for me. And read what the author of the tumblr says she has learned about male insecurities and dicks. It's great. The whole thing is just awesome.