Androgynous Papers divines knowledge equally from both Hermes and Aphrodite. Specializing in scholarly non-fiction and poetry, Androgynous Papers strives for objectivity and passion in the works our name is placed upon. Androgynous Papers also maintains respect for the ancient gods and goddesses, for those who still revere them are keeping them alive…
“The Priest” is a fictional short story about revenge. Oddly enough, the author personally does not believe in revenge, but states the story came to her in a dream. The story is well written with an unexpected ending.
"Melancholy" is a small collection of deep poems that poignantly depict a man struggling to live his life. The author has dealt with constant and serious depression for years, but he also writes of his harsh anxiety that renders his life, perhaps, not worth living.
"Ancestors Song" is a short poetic story of an elderly man's account of his people's history- our history. The tale begins in the author's voice, but then quickly moves unto a man who comes across as a sage of his people. At the end of the song, he questions the wisdom of humanity and our place in the world.
"Violated" is nothing less than an in depth bearing of soul. This heart-wrenching poem will surely move your emotions. A portion of the proceeds from this work will be donated to support victims of abuse.
A portion of the proceeds from this e-book will be donated to help shelter animals across the country.
Cats' Lives Matter is a short e-Picture Book on my kitty, who was once a shelter cat. Along with the pictures, I tell a little about her playful antics, our interactive companionship, and how she has had a tremendous impact on my life.
On the Human Species is a philosophical and psychological discourse that charts the origin and evolution of our species. The book is an inspired combination of science and philosophy, a brilliant canvas of intellectual thought and discerning anthropology.
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He Will Rule as God unveils the true history of ancient Israel and Judah. The controversial publication is an in-depth examination, but also an unbiased and objective commentary on the first fourteen books of the Old Testament.
Verses is a small collection of deep poems on love and life. From the author's early years, the words were originally recorded on notebook paper, cocktail napkins, and drink coasters and kept in black notebooks marked "Verses".