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We're inviting all authors to check out our site -- Reading Alley (https://www.readingalley.com) . Reading Alley is a new site that helps…Continue

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Blog of short erotic stories. 6 Replies

Hello all!I have recently started up a blog of short erotic stories, sent in a new fantasy world that all tie in together. I’m writing one story a week and updating on a Monday, just released Chapter…Continue

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Hello,If you are interested in cross promoting our products please let me know.  I just published an erotic story on Amazon titled, "Make Me".As you know, reviews help! Let me know about your book…Continue

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Dangerous Indenture - erotic historical romance

Hi everyone, Today I'm sharing a bit about my erotic historical romance, Dangerous Indenture. It's a blend of mystery and spicy romance, and has already gotten excellent reviews. (This historical is…Continue

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Comment by Fuentes on August 8, 2015 at 3:03pm

Offside by Juliana Stone

Honestly, I wouldn't have tried this book if I've seen the cover before… It doesn't do the story justice. Of course, there is a hot girl and an handsome man… Of course, it's a romance… But the plot is good.
The author has created some interesting females characters with her triplets as well as with the family drama that has a nice touch of reality.

Dementia, rivalry between siblings, men's world, sports and lust! :-)

Lucie
http://newbooksonmyselves.blogspot.fr/2015/08/offside-by-juliana-st...

Comment by George Cook on July 11, 2015 at 9:17pm

The Party Favor

Jamel was a well known black gigolo to the wealthy white women of Ridgetown. He services came at a premium and when Mrs. Haberstram wanted to add some spice to the next get together of her book club she knew who to call. But Mrs. Haberstram had one request, she had to test the "product" before hiring Jamel for her "party".

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Comment by Miranda Moondawn on June 27, 2015 at 6:55pm

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Comment by Miranda Moondawn on June 27, 2015 at 6:54pm

Review of Mooniana and the Secret of the Lost Chronicles of Sophia.

by David Russell author of Self's Blossom.

25-6-2015.

"This monumental work, really breaks down literary categories in the quest for truth. The Lost Chronicles of Sophia are the 'Gospel' of Mary Magdalene, expressing Goddess values, apparently destroyed when fanatical Christians wrecked the library of Alexandra, terrified of the claim that Christ's true teaching was communicated to Mary Magdalene, rather than to his Disciples, and that Mary Magdalene was his lover. The novel is concerned with the rediscovery of this book, its resuscitation and application of its fundamental lessons - to replace Patriarchal tyranny with Matriarchal truth.

Involved in the physical, and metaphysical quest for the Gnostic truth of this book is a 'star-studded' mass of world mythological entities . . . Greek, Nordic . . ."

"There is tension between the feminists' pacifist ideals and the possible need for force to eliminate the patriarchy. Many of the women were mistreated, and longed to 'get one back' on their abusers. Their number includes Hecate, who embraces darkness and evil, but has right on her side because of her past suffering, just as, in Dualism, a Snake can be a Saviour, and the Devil God's alter ego. All the 'godly' characters have 'flawed mortal' characteristics which make them convincing. Dualism/contrariety is prominent in the main characters: "I am everywhere loved and adored, and everywhere condemned and despised . . . formless yet with infinite variegated forms".

"The author reflects on 'cyclic time'; there is an angel 'walking backwards into the future'. "Thousands of years of history had already happened, were yet to happen and were happening." Mooniana oscillates mythological antiquity and contemporary life - world politics - and today's popular culture - including pop stars and Bollywood cinema, linking the occult to the everyday. The characters also drift out of, and into, their own bodies. As a 'bridge, it focuses on fashionable 'New Age' cults, including a 'free school' - the Albatross Boarding School, as well as a hippie commune and an experimental theatre in Verona - featuring a wide video screen plus music, dance and drama events which melt into spiritual/mythical areas."

"There are two parallel love stories: Joanne Voegrin, a harpist, becomes obsessed with her teacher, Paul Vallidin, while Christiane Wulff develops a fascination for Oriental Studies professor Franz Abel. Each woman holds her beloved in of awe, whilst feeling a degree of irritation with their seeming pedantry and pomposity. Both couples oscillate between their mundane personalities and their mythical entities - Joanne became the mystical Sophia."


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Comment by Miranda Moondawn on June 27, 2015 at 6:54pm

"There are two parallel love stories: Joanne Voegrin, a harpist, becomes obsessed with her teacher, Paul Vallidin, while Christiane Wulff develops a fascination for Oriental Studies professor Franz Abel. Each woman holds her beloved in of awe, whilst feeling a degree of irritation with their seeming pedantry and pomposity. Both couples oscillate between their mundane personalities and their mythical entities - Joanne became the mystical Sophia."


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Comment by Miranda Moondawn on June 3, 2015 at 9:34am

For interviews, guest spots etc. write to Miranda Moondawn care of her gmail mirandamoondawn@gmail.com

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Comment by Miranda Moondawn on June 3, 2015 at 9:28am

Christiane sighed in bliss as she drunk in her beloved’s nectar-like words and nestled herself so deep into the folds of his sweet-smelling form that she was sure her soul and his were becoming one person. Franz, drunk with the intoxicating wine of love, now quoted some lines from Shirazi’s ”The Throne of the Heart”.

“I sit on the throne of the heart... That is my blessed poverty...
I am dust on my beloved’s path…
No need for me to visit the mosque...
Your eyebrow is a prayer arch for me...
Sa’di why this pilgrim’s garb... this ritual of haji?
Look upon my beloved’s face... That is the true worshipper’s holy place!”
Christiane moaned in even deeper joy and rhapsody. She was flying with her lover, her pilgrim of love high above the temple of the Great Goddess, way beyond the prayers of Allah’s faithful in the mosque. In the ecstasy of their mutual annihilation in love’s holy fire, the fravashi and her devotee were journeying together and merging their souls in the light and glory of the infinite stars.
 

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Comment by Miranda Moondawn on June 3, 2015 at 9:27am

Blurb For Erotic Romance Novel Mooniana:

 In every epoch and age, there are a handful of souls who hear the Earth's voice, hearken to the Muses's song and drink from the font of the Goddess of Wisdom. These are the poets, artists and visionairies of our world: the creative geniuses like Dante, Milton and Blake, whose inspiration and insights have shaped our cultural memory. Unhappily, with the advent of the modern age the Muses's song has become silent and the font of the Earth's Wisdom has begun to dry up. To redress this precarious situation, six of the nine Muses have descended from Olympus to take birth upon the Earth. Their purpose is to re-awaken humanity to the inspiration of the great arts and restore the broken links between gods and men. But, the six Muses are not just daughters of Zeus, they are also the daughters of Mnemosyne, the Goddess of Memory, and the granddaughters of Gaia, Mother Earth herself. And when the Muses discover that their mother and Gaia have a totally different
agenda for them than their father Zeus, well it is at this point that their loyalties become divided and everything becomes very bloody and messy.
Find out how, in this dramatic, steamy and spellbinding new novel by Miranda Moondawn "Mooniana and the Secret of the Lost Chronicles of Sophia.”

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Comment by Miranda Moondawn on June 3, 2015 at 9:25am

Author Inspiration

Miranda Moondawn
Miranda Moondawn

Miss Miranda Moondawn is a pseudonym for an author who currently resides in Copenhagen Denmark and wishes to enjoy anonymity. In the literary field, Miranda is a student of English Romantic poetry, 19th century Fairy-tales, Magic Realism and the mythopoeic. She is also a practising student of Advaita-Vedanta and the Tantric Maha-Vidya Yoga systems of India, along with Gnosticism and the Western Hermetic traditions, such as the Golden Dawn systems of Alchemy, Tarot and Qabalah.

These literary and esoteric studies and practises from both the East and the West form the foundation of her novel Mooniana and the Secret of the Lost Chronicles of Sophia. In fact, one of the main themes and aims of the novel is to re-negotiate the various literary and spiritual traditions of East and West and find relevant places where they overlap and concur. In Miranda's highly original novel this unique East-West overlap often revolves around the iconography and lore of the various Hindu, Greek, Nordic and Celtic Goddesses - the world of Shakti-Sophia.


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Comment by Miranda Moondawn on June 3, 2015 at 9:25am
 
 
 

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