Wonder Woman was filled with beautiful, powerful costuming, and a rich, detailed culture for the Amazons — and it all came from Lynda Carter and her 1970’s leotard.
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Fionnuala and her brothers lead a magical, carefree life in the emerald Tuatha kingdom of Lir in ancient Ireland. But when their mother dies in childbirth their world is turned upside down.
Left heartbroken, King Lir locks himself up in his bedchamber, leaving the children to fend for themselves. Fionnuala, old enough to leave and marry, takes it upon herself to care for her younger brothers. But then little Conn falls ill.
When Aoife with her dark crimson hair, the bluest eyes, and uplifting spirit arrives to heal him, they all fall for her; Fionnuala the most. Yet, somehow it is her father Aoife chooses to marry…
Feeling betrayed and hurt the princess has great trouble accepting this, but she doesn’t know the truth of the real reason why Aoife agreed on marrying the king. Will the two women find a way to be together, or is a jealous king going to stop them?
Suspenseful, romantic and seeped in Irish myth and magic, ‘The Cursed’ captures a dramatic adult lesbian-fairytale twist on ‘Lir’s Children’ and the power of love, hope and patience.
In memory of the 100 million Native-Americans who lost their lives. Let them not be forgotten. Nor their myths and legacy. ❤
I fact, in 161 native tribes, being gay was fully accepted as souls loving one another was more important than being the ‘right gender’ for being together.
My #lgbt/ #lesbian #ebook for #kindle ‘Fallen Stars’ is based on an old #NativeAmerican Tsimshian #myth. This is the tale of two extraordinary women.
“This was a story unlike any other I have read. I loved the setting, the myth like lore and especially the characters. They were strong and brave. Their trust and love in each other secure after their dangerous journey, especially toward the ending. Simply wonderful, technically sound and very enjoyable. Although not an erotic it is very romantic and thought provoking. It made my heart mushy and all I could say was awww.” Ameliah Faith