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  • The Erotic Tales of Bucephalus by Christopher of Detroit

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    SPIRITUAL ODYSSEY, TABOO SEX, & DREAM MAGIC!

    What does it mean to be human?

    “The Erotic Tales of Bucephalus” tells the story of a beast who experiences sexuality through a man’s body inside a spectral hotel lost in time. Alexander the Great’s mighty steed, Bucephalus, dies in battle near the River Hydaspes within the Persian Empire. Banners gambol on the horizon and witches drink the blood of the dead, smearing gore upon their naked bodies, as the warhorse’s vision fades into death.

    In an eerie hotel room, Bucephalus awakens in a human body with an insatiable sex drive. From the shadows, a phantasm appears with wings sprouting from a nebulous head and a shimmering body of starless fire. Morpheus, the deliverer of dreams, sends Bucephalus on an erotic journey through a time-shifting netherworld with each dream offering sexual transgressions both sensual yet depraved.

    Haunted by an elusive room-hopping nymph, Bucephalus struggles with his beastly nature by indulging in licentious encounters with the hotel’s occupants: an unnamed pythoness who adores oral copulation, three masked lesbians in a voyeuristic sex party, two alluring sirens wielding straight razors and shibari knots, a macabre priestess gang-banged by loyal sycophants, and an unforgiving dominatrix’s Arab strap training day.
    From a decadent orgy in a sixteenth-century Italian ballroom to an evocative sex-magic ritual in the jungles of Siam, Bucephalus explores the limits of eroticism, diving into a turbulent world of sexual corruption and self-reflection.

  • Universal Colloquies Inside of Me by Veronica Thornton

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    This book of poems was meant to spark conversation about the things we often question in life but rarely discuss it is also infused with lessons learned that go beyond the surface in hopes that it will cause some to change their perspective about a thing or two. Colloquies are just conversations and these conversations are universal

  • Special Minds by Ally K.

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    “If I could split my mind, make another me, would I just see myself like in a mirror? Or would I see through two sets of eyes? And if one of us died, would it feel like me? Could I keep on living? Or wouldn’t I feel anything at all?”
    Millicent Kale, a seventeen-year-old girl, as ordinary as it can get, or so she thinks. Confused in her own life she seeks understanding. And only one could give it to her, until the day that person dies. Overwhelmed with grief and sadness, Millicent is standing in her own way to a happy life. However an unbelievable incident turns her life upside down, showing her that she’s much more unique and special than she ever thought possible.
    Milly loves her job, but after her boss retires, the new CEO turns her life from control to chaos. Will this change affect her life forever?
    “Special Minds”, a love story, with fantasy parts that make the story work. You’ll find fun sidekicks and an irresistible billionaire MC.