Monthly archive for December 2015

Lust of Innocence

Lust of Innocence

An Erotic, Gripping and Compelling tale of Curiosity, Exploration and Desire… In this sensuous erotic tale, meet ELIZABETH, gently bred, and unaware of her precarious position in her household. Elizabeth is introduced to exquisite pleasures and flattered by the tantalizing advances of the pretty, ample-bosomed, colored-serving maid, Syreena.

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Why Writers Need A Toastmasters-Like Community

Why Writers Need A Toastmasters-Like Community

I loved writing. I loved the time I spent on my own, pouring out my thoughts and ideas into words that I otherwise couldn’t. Writing can be quite a lonely undertaking where you could basically hide behind your blog post, or articles or books.

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Under The Watermelon Moon

Under The Watermelon Moon

Explore the mind of mild-mannered, serial killer Solomon Bradley as he details a chilling account of events that inevitably leads to his capture. As an investment banker by day and serial killer by night, he fervently searches for balance only to discover that his passion for killing far outweighs everything else.

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The New God

The New God

The New God By Alexandru Cosmin Gheorghe   A human is a lower form of God!!! That built out of his selfishness An all-encompassing ruined creation, crawling in its material pleasures.   If you build from true love, your creation must learn that the path of love

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5 Ideas for Creating a Better Workplace at Home

5 Ideas for Creating a Better Workplace at Home

5 Ideas for Creating a Better Workplace at Home By Emily Johnson How many hours a day do you spend on writing? It’s a rhetorical question, indeed. No matter how much you write, you might spend a lot of time at your workplace. If you want to

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