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All Authors Publishing House, is a small press publishing house that represents authors in all genres, of all walks of life. Originality is the essence of what All Authors Publishing House is all about. We seek authors that shatter “in the box” thinking and let their imaginations run free, even daring to smudge genre boundaries.
The Amazon Rainforest holds more secrets than meets the eye.
When folklore meets reality the only outcome can be devastating and confusing. Or can it? Edeli & Zavier want to discover if their union is meant to be For Love & Enchantment.
Who doesn’t love a bit of kinky play on Valentine’s Day?
Take a short and personal, yet ravishing trip to some eccentric word play made just for you on Valentine’s Day.
This flash fiction story gets up close and personal and takes the reader on a one of a kind journey through an entirely sexy Guessing Game.
It’s amazing what 1000 words can accomplish!
Mr. Choice only wants the best in the choir competition. The cash prize will go a long way to funding the music program. He feels he has a top notch solution when adding Vaser to the choir. Little does Mr. Choice know that Vaser has a different remedy in mind.
A drop of crimson blood on a tattered black rose was all she has left of him--the guy that she loved.
Rayne remembers her days with the boy that stole her heart. Jay was the love of her young life. Future plans arose, love bloomed, time spent made their connect unique. Until the day it all came crashing down.
What happened to the love that they had?
Take a trip of wrath and remembrance with Rayne.
Hot and heavy declarations of love. Color coded separation of M&M's. Sprinkles of sarcasm here and there. A typical day in the romance of Fox and Tango. When disaster rips Tango from her arms will she survive the ocean of her emotional torment or will Fox drown in the waves of tragedy?
Smashwords book reviews by All Authors Publishing House
Taint on Religion
on May 19, 2014
This is a great story.
Some people would believe by the cover and title that this is a story that would be blasphemous against religion. But it really isn't.
What I really like about this story is that it's the story about how people hide behind religion, or a cloak of immaculacy. The protagonist tells us the story of how she is trying to do the right thing in her life, of how her boyfriend although working a frowned upon job is also a good person, yet how the person that the general public would praise is actually a devil in sheep's clothing.
This is a very clever story and well written. I respect the premise and I like that it was used to speak up against hypocrisy.
I recommend this story to the open minded, and rational, that can enjoy a great story for what it's worth without resorting to insulting it simply because it has religious elements.
The essence of the story is "Don't judge a book by it's cover, because sometime the prettiest covers have the worst content."