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Living Colorful Beauty

by Anna Call

"Living Colorful Beauty" is a twisted, intensely character-driven ride. In "Living Colorful Beauty", author Jonathan Harnisch tells the story of Ben, a man diagnosed with Tourette’s syndrome, schizoaffective disorder, and several other... Read More

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Jonathan Harnisch

by Alex Franks

This, it is easy to imagine, is what life with mental illness is like for some: full of continuous questioning, rationalization, guilt, anxiety. Jonathan Harnisch: An Alibiography presents a simultaneously dazzling and frightening... Read More

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Tango's Tales

by Jill Allen

This story succeeds at creating almost a new subgenre: erotic humor. Tango’s Tales, by Lisa Kopel, tells the story of an adventurous, middle-aged, sexually veracious woman. The story captures what it’s like for today’s woman who... Read More

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Jaded

by Jill Allen

This body-positive alternative to Fifty Shades will leave readers begging for more. Thanks to Fifty Shades of Grey, S&M erotica currently enjoys a certain level of acceptability in the mainstream. Fortunately for those who find the... Read More

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The Blue Iris

by Melissa Wuske

"The Blue Iris" is a tantalizing work of erotica with spiritual undertones. "The Blue Iris", by Ashton Bradley, is a novella in the lesser-known religious erotica subgenre. This high-stakes story presents a battle of dark spiritual... Read More

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A Woman's Pleasure

by Paige Van De Winkle

Fifty Shades of Grey too exploitive? These erotic vignettes, featuring incredibly attentive men and mutual respect, hit the sweet spot. Somewhere between the romance novel and the self-help book for relationships comes J. F. Kelly’s... Read More

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