I am an individual that loves to show my creative side. I started to painting many years ago but found my eyes to be dimming. I instead turned my inner eye towards the story telling part of me. There I found an inexhaustible amount of things I would like to turn into a unique and exciting story. Fiction is where I excel.
I live in Maine where many other creative people have come to visit but never left. So many famous artists live here. I feel lucky to counted to be among them, other than the famous part just yet.
I am currently working on an exciting new book series call Joan Darcy and the 27th Observer. The first is written and will be available soon. It is titled, The Telescope of Elsewhere. The second is in the process of penned and this book is called the In the Eye of the Beholder. Watch closely, new things are happening.
Joan Darcy is confronted by memory loss in her effort to locate the casket, a special box that contains instruction to find the most powerful artifact in the world, the mirror. Without the memory Clyde Savage may get to it first and inadvertently open the doorway between worlds allowing the Soliceean Army to invade Earth.
Joan Darcy awakens in an orphanage, her memory lost. After receiving a toy telescope as a gift Joan could see images of an unknown world. After that eventful moment her life was turned upside down. Suddenly there were people following her. The images from the telescope showed aliens from another world doing the same. What can she not remember that links her to the followers and thelescope?
This story is definitely not what I expected. It reads like a true account fictionalized to include all the sexual encounters of what really happened to six harem slaves. What I found most interesting was that the sexual encounters are very arousing because there is something to please everyone. What's more interesting still is the statue of the horse. Is it possible to want sex bad enough to die for?
The King is terrible to his subjects, worse even to his harem. I found the story influenced how well the sex was received in my mind. I guess the most interesting aspect about what I read was that the story wasn't really about sex at all even though there was plenty to enjoy. It certainly gave me something to think about after I finished reading the last word.
Wow! This is what a an erotic mystery novel is all about. It has an actual mystery to figure out, a riveting climax, and more sex than anyone can imagine and still find room to fit in a great story. I recommend this book to anyone who wants it all. Who needs fetishes and taboo works to find new way to write erotica? Just write an actual story, one that draws you and keeps you there. This one has it all.