Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Cover Reveal--Concordant Vibrancy 2: Vitality

Hello and Welcome to the celebration of the "Concordant Vibrancy 2: Vitality" Cover Reveal. Before we show you the cover, first we'll tell you a little bit about the book.


All Authors Publications & Promotions is pleased to bring you the second installment of the Concordant Vibrancy collection, “Concordant Vibrancy 2: Vitality”.

This compilation of short stories and essays demonstrates the fusing of talented and sui generis works by eight amazing writers. Contrasting in genre and writing style, each piece is a wonderful representation of the theme question; What moves your spirit?

Enjoy "Concordant Vibrancy 2: Vitality" and see what moves your spirit.

"Concordant Vibrancy 2: Vitality" is coming soon, so don't miss out on the opportunity to grab a copy of this collection upon its release! Now, without further ado, we would like to introduce you to the Cover of "Concordant Vibrancy 2: Vitality" a collaborative work by the members of the All Authors P&P Family.

Take a sneak peak at the "Concordant Vibrancy 2: Vitality" Teaser Trailer.

Tuesday, December 15, 2015

The remastered trailer for the first anthology by All Authors Magazine looks awesome.  Stay tuned for the second Anthology, Concorant Vibrancy 2: Vitality.

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Author Profile Jeremy Breitenbach

I’d like to thank Jeremy Breitenbach for stopping by and sitting down with us for a few minutes on our virtual couch and answering a few questions.

Can you tell us a little about yourself? My name is Jeremy Breitenbach.  I am legally blind with cerebral palsy.  I use Braille.  I've been writing since I was 15.  I started out with writing original stories based off of The Legend of Zelda and original stories based off a '90's cartoon I love called Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog, but in the years since I stopped writing the Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog stories, but still continued to write The Legend of Zelda stories.  I evetually created an original series based on The Legend of Zelda consisting of 3 books so far.  I also began writing my own original stories based on the anime Dragon Ball Z (which I'm a HUGE fan of); so far writing 3 original Dragon Ball Z stories.  In 2009, I started writing my first real book; a book for adults entitled The Gateway finishing it in 2011.  While writing that I began writing children's books.  I've written four (so far).  Those books being: The Abduction of Benjamin Williams, My Dog George, Tim's Story, and Lost in Wisconsin.  I also wrote a how-to book entitled How To Read and Write Braille.  In 2014, I came across Author Ronnie C.  Dawson, CEO and founder of Broken Bars Publishing and told him about myself and all 6 of my books.  I e-mailed him The Gateway, and long story short I published it through them.  It's available on Broken Bars Publishing's website, Amazon in paperback and Kindle, and Barns and Noble's website for Nook.  Here's what all 6 of my books are about - How To Read and Write Braille: details how to read and write Braille, The Gateway: a physicist opens a gateway on a planet within another dimension which leads to an alien invasion; violence and strong language, The Abduction of Benjamin Williams: a family gets betrayed by a neighbor they thought they could trust, My Dog George: a boy's dog runs away, Tim's Story: A boy becomes an orphan after his parents are killed in a tragic car crash.  (None of the characters in this book are based on actual people.  The basis for this book was inspired by the story told in Contemporary Christian Music artist Steven Curtis Chapman's song "When Love Takes You In", and Tim's red hair was inspired by the hair color of the orphan boy in Steven Curtis Chapman's song "All I Really Want".), and Lost in Wisconsin: a boy gets separated from his parents while they are going on vacation, and due to his dyslexia boards the wrong plane.  Excerpts from all 6 of these books can be found under the "Notes" tab of both my official Facebook page and my personal timeline (for those that wish to "Follow" me).  Here's what the books in my original The Legend of Zelda series are about - The Hyrulean Civil War: The Saga of King Link, Book 1 (a civil war breaks out in Hyrule), The Rezlorian Empire: The Saga of King Link, Book 2 (an emperor wants to conquer Hyrule), and The Great Moblin Invasion: The Saga of King Link, Book 3 (the King of the Moblins plans to invade the Upper World).  Here's what my Dragon Ball Z original stories are about - The Return of King Piccolo (King Piccolo returns to Earth to seek revenge on Goku), Turles' Revenge (Several years after his defeat, Turles escapes from Hell in another attempt at taking over the Earth), and The Return of Garlic Jr.  (The shattering of dimensions caused by Janemba destroys the barrier which separates the Dead Zone from Earth's dimension once again releasing Garlic Jr).  Excerpts from The Legend of Zelda original series and my original Dragon Ball Z stories can only be found under the "Notes" tab of my personal timeline.  (They will not be put into Notes on my official Facebook page.  So if you are interested in reading any of these particular stories feel free to "Follow" me.) Here are links where The Gateway can be purchased:        


Here is the link to my official Facebook page:

Here's a link to my personal Timeline (I will not accept any friend reequests sorry; just click "Follow":

Who's you favorite author? Stephen King.

Do you have a favorite time or place to write? No.  I write whenever the mood strikes me.

Do you have a favorite food or drink while you write? No.

What do you do to relax? I listen to music, and/or watch TV.

As writers, we all have to deal with writer's block, what do you do when that happens? Take a break and wait for ideas to continue whatever I am working on to come to me.

 If you could ask one question of any writer, who would it be and what would you ask? Stephen King.  I would ask him which of his own books is his favorite and why.  I'd ask this out of curiosity.

 Now that we've got the easy stuff out of the way, let's talk about your book.

 Could you tell us something from you latest project? I'm currently working on Tim's Story the book about a boy who becomes an orphan that was inspired by the story told in Contemporary Christian music artist, Steven Curtis Chapman's song "When Love Takes You In".  It is the next book I plan on publishing.  But the current book of mine which is now available on Kindle, pperback on Amazon, and Nook is called The Gateway.

What genre is it? The Gateway is Sci-Fi/Horror and I'd say Tim's Story is intended for children 10 and up (including adults too; so anyone really).  I'd best describe Tim's Story as inspirational.

 Are you traditionally or self-published? I am published by Broken Bars Publishing.

What has been your biggest challenge? Overcoming writer's block?

What has been your greatest reward? Finally becoming published after "dising at it for several years.
 If you had one professional wish, what would it be? To make a living writing.

 Do you have any final thoughts or advice for my readers? If you have a dream never give up on it.  My dream was to be an author, and I never gave up.  It finally happened.

 That wasn't so bad was it? I was wondering if before you go, you could share a little from your book?

Tuesday, September 8, 2015


What happens when passion blinds reason? The ardent fire of desire meets the shocking and harsh blows of reality in this Prelude of Prism. The convoluted relationships of three individuals morph into a rainbow of disarray.

"Alan, Fay & Demona: Preludes of Prism 1" is the first of several Preludes which connect to the "Convoluted Prism Collection".

Now without further delay, I present you with the cover of "Alan, Fay and Demona: Preludes of Prism 1"!

Cover Created by All Authors Graphic Design

Please enjoy this Teaser of "Alan, Fay & Demona: Preludes of Prism 1"!

"Alan, Fay & Demona: Preludes of Prism 1"
by Synful Desire

Coming Soon!

Monday, August 31, 2015

Waves To Light by MJ Holman & Queen of Spades





I'd like to thank the Queen of Spades and MJ Holman for stopping in to sit on my virtual coach and answer some questions about ther newest project.

Can you tell us a little about yourself?

Queen: Asking me to tell a “little” about myself is asking a lot, simply because I am many things. Yet, if I were to sum myself up in a tiny intro, it would be this: One, whose creative blood stems from the rush of lines and stanzas, yet has the propensity to adapt in cadence with the passion of a storyteller.

MJ; I write, I paint. My creativity is driven by the lack of fulfillment in other areas of my life, which I won't divulge here. If I did not have the writing and the painting, I would not have survived this far and my time on earth would have been very short.

Do you have a favorite time or place to write?

Queen: Inspiration usually hits in the morning and my ideal place to write is outdoors or in my bedroom at home. However, since my poetry muse doesn’t operate on restraints, it is not surprising for me to write on a napkin after grabbing something hot to drink at Dunkin Donuts or have words wake me up at two in the morning and I have to rush to write it down.

Do you have a favorite food or drink while you write?

Queen: Hmm … I don’t necessary need a food or drink to write, per se. Yet I have found that when I have drunk a soothing glass of white wine that I can have more zest here and there for writing.

Who’s your favorite author?

MJ: Dacia Maraini. Divine Dacia. She has accomplished the rare feat of mastering different fiction genres with aplomb.

What do you do to relax?

Queen: Besides writing? I do like to read, draw and listen to music. From time to time, I watch movies but I usually tend not to look at a lot of television, since the amount of quality TV shows has declined significantly.

MJ: I paint, watch a movie, or go somewhere like the British Library in London. I went to the BL a couple of days ago for research and was recharged by the journey, by the ambiance of the building, and by being able to sit quietly and look at old documents.

As writers, we all have to deal with writer’s block, what do you do when that happens?

Queen: It depends on the type of writing I’m doing. If I am writing a poem, I tend not to write any poetry when I’m experiencing a block. The reason being—the rush of thought I had which led to start the poem may not be the same wavelength while in the midst of a block. As a result, I have trains of thoughts where the destinations are never reached, or poems that I’ve finished but the endings were not even close to what I initially imagined.

When I’m writing a story, it’s different. I come up with a draft of events I want to occur and then when I’m ready to go back to the story, I attempt to get the bulk of the action down, even if it isn’t pretty.

I’m more patient with myself in story writing than poetry writing while dealing with my writer's block because I know how different the presentation of my poetry can be when trying to write while blocked as opposed to when I’m not struggling. Also, the poems I write while blocked are the ones that do not meet the eyes of the public.

MJ: I turn off the computer and switch to pen and paper. It works every time.

Now that we’ve got the easy stuff out of the way, let’s talk about your book.

Could you tell us something about your latest project?

Queen: This latest project is the collaborative effort entitled Waves to Light. Waves to Light, although it can stand alone, is a follow up to a previous work entitled The Sea of Conscience, in which I contributed poetry and prose to MJ Holman’s collection.

In Waves to Light, the spotlight is on a more even keel, since both of us are outlining our travels to treatment upon discovery of our ailments. This journey is told through poems and prose.

MJ: It's a collaboration with Queen of Spades and it explores mental illness. From my point of view it charts the various states or shades of my condition and looks towards treatment, both traditional and personal.

Given the obvious personal nature of the poetry, what made you decided to publish them?

MJ; Our first aim was to be part of the movement to remove the stigma attached to talking about mental illness. We also wanted to bring a greater understanding of what it is like to be in the midst of an episode, that it is not just a case of 'pull yourself together' or that the sufferer is weak.

My personal ambition was to use language to describe the two states I often find myself in: depressed or hypomanic. I hope this language gives a voice to all those who find it hard to express the symptoms and behaviours they endure.

Many people find writing therapeutic, has this project allowed you either understand these particular challenges or help others?

Queen: In the realm of mental illness, there are so many that do not speak out because of the culture in which they are raised or the stigma that still surrounds this plight. I believe that speaking out on this issue not only serves to be therapeutic but also educational. For those who have significant others who suffer from mental illness, particularly depression, it is easy to be at a loss on what to do, or even blame yourself. This can help shine a light not only to those suffering from this, but to loved ones, and even outsiders who can’t fully get the gist of why those who are depressed can’t “simply snap out of it”, “think happy thoughts”, and all of the other clich├ęs that can (and sometimes do) make the sufferer even more depressed.

MJ; I wrote many of my poems while undergoing cognitive behavioural therapy, writing was part of the therapy. Like the Sun was a poem my therapist used in a session and she used it to challenge my idea that despite thirty plus years of suffering from bipolar disorder, things can change. In this way writing was therapeutic and I think it can do the same for others, it can challenge belief systems.

What has been your biggest challenge?

Queen: In life, in writing or with this particular project? Don’t mind me … I tend to operate a lot in specifics. I’m unsure whether I should blame my Zodiac sign or my overall blueprint. In any case, having clinical depression along with another ailment that impacts my immune system, has been challenging. There are moments when I have the desire but due to moments when my body is weak, the execution may not surface. This is in direct opposition to my “get things done/workaholic” tendencies, so I am doing my best to achieve balance to where my health and my gusto are satisfied. However, it is still a work in progress, so all I can do is be thankful for whatever gets achieved from day to day.

MJ: I wouldn't be the first or the last to say this, my biggest challenge is overcoming crippling self-doubt. Authors expose their vulnerabilities through their work if they put it in the public realm and have to be prepared to take any criticism that may come. For someone with low self-esteem this can be agony. The challenge is to accept we can't please all the people all the time.

What has been your greatest reward?

Queen: My greatest reward is when others say they really like my work—particularly when a person can say they can connect to a poem, or that he feels like I told his story in one stanza. That is a better gift that achieving Amazon Best Seller status, to reach the audience in such an intimate way.

MJ: I once wrote about depression, 'It's like watching a blunt stone fall from the sky, waiting for it to hit you on the head. The problem is, you are both the victim and the stone.' A reader told me these lines had an impact on their thoughts and how they felt about the condition. I find this kind of feedback rewarding because I have managed to make someone reflect on how depression feels to them.

If you had one professional wish, what would it be?

Queen: To be able to retire off my earnings from writing—no, scratch that, I think that is the most used answer, and really it isn’t my one professional wish (although it would be nice).

I think of the slogan of one of my favorite sites Koobug: “Write to be read”. I not only want to "write to be read" but I want the type of writing I do (whether in poetry or in storytelling) to transcend preference and current trends in literature.

Even when all of the trends in genres and presentation have faded, I would like to be that author whose book a reader can pick up and consider a classic—a work that touches even those who would not have even though to pick up a poetry book or contemporary fiction in the first place.

MJ: To be read. It does not matter if I am indie or traditionally published, I would like to be noticed.

Do you have any final thoughts or advice for my readers?

Queen; Be willing to go outside of your reading preference—you never know what you can learn and what gems you may discover.

MJ: Keep reading. We're better readers and better writers if we continue with the habit.

That wasn’t so bad was it? I was wondering if before you go, could you share a little from your book?

Queen: This particular excerpt is from the poem “Imprisoned by Stigma”. I think these lines clearly depict the struggle of a person who wants to get help.

Imprisoned by Stigma

TV flashing images of the instability of old.
Unkempt individuals saying illegible jargon,
Getting shocked with electric nodes.
Walls painted in the gruesome alabaster white
With matching strait jackets and
Patients secured nice and tight.

Sitting on my blanket accessing the conundrum of now.
I keep looking for the hope, but I can’t see the how.
I can’t dare to cry for the help I desperately need:
Fear of being liked to those stereotypes on the screen.

MJ: Yes I'll end with a verse of hope. We all have the potential to achieve great things and the resolution to overcome our hurdles:

In my aching dreams
I see a coil of me
That like some ancient scroll 
Needs to be unravelled.
It exists in the potential
Of all things blue
Wherein I reside
Stupefied by my own resilience.

Both of these authors can be found here and I'm sure they would love to hear from their readers.

Queen of Spades:
Twitter @authorqspades

MJ Holman:
Twitter: @mishjholman

Waves to Light Kindle can be pre-ordered HERE.

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Crackles of the Heart: Divergent Ink Book One, Another All Authors Anthology

 Dear Readers, Writers and Precious Patrons,

All Authors Publishing House would like to welcome you to event of the year! TODAY, All Authors Publishing House celebrates the release of "Crackles of the Heart: Divergent Ink, Book One", a collaborative work by 6 very talented individuals!

What EXACTLY IS "Divergent Ink"?

Divergent Ink is the mesh of different frames of thoughts, various interpretations of one core question that yearns for universal expansion. Although the subject matter may change every year, the purpose of the Divergent Ink series will remain the same.
The first book in the Divergent Ink anthology series, “Crackles of the Heart”, centers around the following question: Can the hot, handsome guy fall for the average, awkward woman? Six Divergent Inks exploring "Crackles of the Heart". Will there be hearts rejoicing or hearts breaking?


Da'Kharta Rising: A five word invitation sets the tone for an afternoon journey. Short, provocative connectivity sizzles “Inside Me”.

Queen of Spades: One look from Her was all it took to put a ladies' man into early retirement. Yet, the very object of his affection has no clue of his reform. When he opts to take a huge gamble, will his fairy tale end happily ever after or be deemed a "Tale in the Keys of Drastic"?
Adonis Mann: The dark of night can be more than scary, it can be downright intoxicating. When pleasure meets stupefaction, a man with a secret whirls into rapture at the hands of an unknown force. To which end? Will his secret be revealed, or will he revel in the delight it brings? Nothing is as it seems during the wonderment of "Mystical Nights".
Y. Correa: Steampunk Earth, set in the distant future. When an ambitious city guy meets a carefree country lady, what starts out as a getaway to finish an important project turns into a interesting journey. Steam intersects and hearts collide in “The Steam of Opposites”.
C. Desert Rose: Terah has the misfortune of being given news that puts an expiration date on her life. In her desire to get away from the chaos, she has a chance encounter with the very one that can put the turmoil to rest. Is “Serendipitous Mirth” dumb luck, or preordained destiny?
Synful Desire: Bette is a hard working small town woman with simple pleasures. When visually stunning Jesse comes into the store on what's normally her day off, her mind accelerates into complex overdrive. In this small town, a lot can happen in seven days. Will one of those events serve to satisfy Bette's “Seven Days of Stimuli”?

So, what are you waiting for?

Come savor the difference!

Monday, May 25, 2015


Ketsae is a Messarii warrior, a warrior bound to the service of a liege lord and her emperor. After her father and liege is killed in an attack my rebels, Ketsae is tasked with hunting them down and avenging her father’s death.  When she finds them, she’s forced to confront the truth about her brother’s exile.  Her loyalties will be put to the test and her destiny decided.

Ketsae barely had time to notice the third warrior before his dart struck her in the shoulder. The impact was like being hit with a hammer and she staggered slightly under it, her sword dropped from a suddenly nerveless hand. How had she not seen him? She dropped down to retrieve it with her other hand when small, grey flowers bloomed across her vision. As a messarii, she was well versed in many weapons and there was no mistaking the nature of the dart or the toxin that was coursing through her bloodstream. There was a soft buzzing in her ears coupled a cold sensation that was quickly spreading out from the dart. She tried to stand but her legs were like water and she collapsed.
Something heavy dropped over her from behind and she was suddenly plunged into darkness. Ketsae tried to get out from under the suffocating weight but nothing worked. All she could do was lie helplessly as hands bundled her up and hoisted her off the ground. Until a few minutes ago, everything had gone as she had planned, but somehow she had missed something. As the mental darkness closed in around her, her last thoughts were as disjointed and uncoordinated as her movements.

I have a project that refuses to let me put it aside, one of those projects that won’ t let you forget it.  It was inspired by my love of Asian history, and one of my favorite authors, James Clavel.  Messarii about a warrior class and their world.  Blood Hunt is a look into that world and the values that define the warriors.

Monday, April 20, 2015

All Authors Publishing House Double Book Release

Dear Reader, Writers and Precious Patrons,

All Authors Publishing House would like to bring you a Double Book Release of earth shattering proportions.

Are there any limits out there which are boundless? Two characters, two different stories of paranormal drama, put that to the ultimate test!

"Earth 8-8-2: The Genesis Project"
Y. Correa


Could Science Serve as Salvation?
One-fourth Human.
One-fourth God.
One-fourth Superhuman.
One-fourth Vampire.
For Dr. Scott, the combined strengths of each life form represent the answer to the onslaught of malice and tyranny plaguing his Earth. When his creation—Genesis—begins developing, the lines between scientist and father become blurred. Soon the time approaches where Genesis is expected to fulfill her purpose. Does she go along willingly, or will her rapid evolution obliterate everyone’s best laid plans?

"Boundless Limits: Transcendent Choice (Book One)"
Da'Kharta Rising


There's Love ... and then there's Love Beyond Limits.
Felipe and Therice had a love that knew of no boundaries. When Therice and “Mama” lose their lives in a tragic car accident, Felipe has a gaping hole that just refuses to heal and Therice has a determination to see him again that just refuses to die.
Heaven feels anything but, when Therice discovers that spirits are prohibited from visiting loved ones after they have died. Sensing that her angelic guide Amare possesses empathetic traits, Therice develops a plan of appeal in the hopes she will see Felipe near the anniversary of her death.

Get Your eBook Copy Today!

Boundless Limits: Transcendent Choice Book One

Earth 8-8-2: The Genesis Project

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Monday, February 23, 2015

Youth/YA Paranormal Romance for FREE--Limited Time Only


C. Desert Rose


A dull roar, that's all I could hear. Souls, that's all I could see... So many people. Some good. Some bad. Some breathing. Some barely breathing. All souls. It was funny what you could see when you stood in the middle of the Emergency Room. Who survived. Who didn’t. All of them, every one, a soul. A soul for the taking.
So begins your introduction to the floating, clustered world of souls that will have such influence on Sophia, the young Puerto Rican-American girl who has just lost her closest ally, her grandmother, "Abuela". It is just after the funeral, at the cemetery, where Sophia meets the tall, almost angelic man who will play the most unexpected role in her life.
A love story. A fantasy. An adventure. If Death Should Love Me tells a tale of “fate” far beyond the normal meaning of that little four letter word. How else would you explain why Sophia wonders what would happen If Death Should Love Me?

A Little bit about the Author, in her own words:

Thrive and rise everyone!

"Happiness is subjective!"

My name is C. Desert Rose (I keep my first name abbreviated because it isn't pretty). Well, I am a Youth and Young Adult novelist with an affinity for all things paranormal. My upcoming collection the "Fate's Endeavor Series" explores the realms of angels and demons and twists it up with love and loss.

My stories are meant to make you laugh, cry, get angry and get happy. I aim to make you exhausted-in a good way-by the time you've finished the last page.

My first novel "If Death Should Love Me", Book One of the Fate's Endeavor Series will be released October 2014 and represented by All Authors Publishing House. The next novel in the series, Demoness Enchanted will come everyone's way the following year.

The Highest Ground
Spirit Realm
200 A.D.

"It would seem that it is once again time to choose the next Angel of Death. Have you made a decision on my proposal yet Majesties?" Gabriel's voice was calm, yet anxiety hid behind his words. 
"Yes, we have." The function of acting as a unit defined them. Therefore, they thought as one, acted as one and spoke as one. This, was their true nature. 
"Fantastic. So what be your choice?"
"You are not yet prepared Gabriel." Responded Alpha, peaceful was his comportment. 
"What?" Shock transfixed him, "Why? I have served you faithfully since the beginning of time." Silent anger, tempered remorse filled him. "What is it about these humans that you must grant them their hearts' desires? You allow them freedom of will, yet they walk all over you. Even still, you bestow unmerited privileges upon them!" His voice began to slowly rise with the passion of his conviction, then he subdued it once more, attempting to control his internal commotion. "I deserve this much more than any of them." He pivoted on his heels, pacing with conjecture. "None of them deserve anything." he concluded. 
"We have found him, the chosen one Gabriel. It is our assurance that he shall serve us well. 'Tis his calling and fate." Proclaimed decision in their tone.
"Oh. I see." He proceeded. "Whom, if I may ask?" 
"He is called Amari. Go fetch him. His time has come. Tell him what his destiny requires of him." 
"Amari. Well," having repeated the name with a twist of his lip, he continued, inward anger stirring, "as you wish Majesties."
Watching as he walked away, Alpha's thoughts intertwined with Omega's. "It seems that Gabriel is not very pleased with our decision," to which they both agreed, "We fear that things will be difficult for Azriel. We must keep watch."

Friday, February 13, 2015

Official Book Release of "Delectable Things: Special Edition"


Today in celebration of Valentine's Day, the All Authors Family is coming together to present you with the Official Book Release of ...

Here is a little bit about this work.


Satisfy your appetite for spicy sensuality and provocative plots with these dishes of erotica.

Main Course: Delectable Things

Sabrina can't believe her ears. The man she's been fawning over for far too long now has completely turned on her, leaving her with nothing. Sabrina decides it's time to get up and get away.

Taking a long over due trip far away from her bane, things steam up really quickly and Sabrina discovers all of the Delectable Things that life has to offer.

Dessert #1: Simmer Sweet

It is said that confession is good for the soul. Does it still ring true when circumstances are complicated? Kesha has finally come clean. She has let Teresa know about her feelings. The only drawback is Teresa's engagement to Chris. Teresa is forced to make a choice between Chris and Kesha. The fallout will be nothing less than a fire of simmer sweet.

Dessert #2: Handy

Darbi has had her share of bad luck. She is unexpectedly in job purgatory and has no chance of ever getting a promotion. Her online dating profile sat months without any responses. Why should she continue?

As she signed on to delete everything entirely, three responses catch her eye. All are different but each has something about them which makes Darbi want to meet all three. Ade appears to be the guy next door. Boyde looks like a supermodel. Choise looks like the rugged type.

When all is not what it seems, Darbi has concluded that her love life is mating with her job status in purgatory. Will anything come in handy to turn her luck around?

Why read Delectable Things: Special Edition?

There are a variety of reasons why, but we'll focus on just three of them.

Author Synful Desire is a proud representative of the LGBT community. As so she eloquently and honestly puts it, she writes "Literature for unorthodox romantic situations."

There is nothing about Synful Desire's approach to erotica that says "Slam, bam, thank you ma'am", she writes her stories with depth of character and intensity of plot. There is a realness to her contemporary fiction that brings the reader in and envelopes their psyches. The erotic aspect is just a plus.

Once you've read Author Synful Desire's work, you've immediately become a fan—LGBT or otherwise. She writes erotica for the masses, and her approach is unparalleled. It is a well balanced mixture of literary elegance and in vogue indulgence.

So, why wait any further? Go pick up your copy of Delectable Things: Special Edition today and read it until your sinful desire has been quenched.

Artistic Reflections