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#BookReview & #AuthorInterview Dragon’s Lair: Touch of the Irish: Part 1 #ASMSG

Today, I am reviewing Ms. Savannah Morgan‘s  “Dragon’s Lair: Touch of the Irish: Part 1“. Genre? It is part one of a three part fantasy erotica series. The attractive cover image is to be appreciated visually and literally. Synopsis: Eros has … Continue reading

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Venus Cover Contest: How Will You Interpret Botticelli?

The iconography of Birth of Venus is similar to a description of the event (or rather, a description of a sculpture of the event) in a poem by Angelo Poliziano, the Stanze per la giostra.[1] No single text provides the … Continue reading

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Botticelli’s “Birth of Venus” breathes new life into an ancient religion

The enduring power of Botticelli’s masterpiece is rooted in its profoundly sensual evocation of the eponymous Roman deity. Source: The Guardian Jonathan Jones On Art Blog Sandro Botticelli painted The Birth of Venus in about 1484. More than 500 years … Continue reading

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FREE! “Meet Me In Memphis”: FREE Download! 5 Days Free! October 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th!

Book Description Publication Date: February 18, 2012 This is a tale of serendipitous romance and fortuitous misfortune. It’s got a familiar feel, mixing in the culture of two nations, and two world-renowned cities, Memphis and Santiago. A romance needs beauty, … Continue reading

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