Jane Eyre is a gothic romance novel by Charlotte Bront√É¬´, published in London in 1847. It follows the willful and passionate orphan Jane through her neglected childhood, her... More > education at a strict girls' school, her time as a governess, and her eventual romance with the troubled yet dashing Mr. Rochester.
The central themes of Jane Eyre are morality, religion, social class and gender relations, but mainly passion and independence. The book might seem tame or out of date to modern readers, but it certainly caused a sensation at the time of its publication, yet it's still highly relevant and readable today. Throughout the story Jane fights against the affections of all the men in her life until she is certain that a relationship will be on equal ground. And in Victorian England, a woman so headstrong and independent, with her own selfhood and passions at the center of the narrative, was seen as a brave departure from the typical portrayal.< Less
WARNING – CONTAINS SEXUALLY EXPLICIT MATERIAL. If you are not comfortable with the subject matter please do not purchase this e-book.
English writer Sara Bennett delves into the private lives... More > of ordinary people who have undergone extraordinary experiences. Candidly written, explicit and often humourous, her stories explore human emotions and carnal desires.
Jane and Derek are happily married but things are not right. For about two years, and for no apparent reason, Jane hasn’t had any interest in sex at all. Derek can live with this and he shows understanding of the problem but would like things to be back to what they were before. Although they still have sex, Jane doesn’t feel a thing and she lets Derek do the work and she feels obliged to keep him satisfied. She can’t remember when she last had an orgasm and she’s convinced she’ll never have another. Jane’s tried all sorts of things to bring back her interest in sex but all to no avail. This is Jane’s story.
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The Forgotten Girl features artistic photography and the poem, Ramblings of a Forgotten Girl, both by Jane E Haas. She is different, artistic, feels like an outcast and feels forgotten or ignored by... More > everyone around her because she is different. She is her own worst critic and craves love and attention, while feeling afraid or not deserving of it. Reach into her mind, feel what she feels and look into her eyes and learn how it feels to be treated badly.< Less
The Forgotten Girl calendar allows you to dream up your own stories each month! A hauntingly beautiful reminder that everyone is let down from time to time.
Photographed with 30-60 second... More > shutters in low lighting condition, this shoot was very challenging, but rewarding!< Less
The Colors I See is a picture book based on a rare neurological condition called synesthesia. Children with this condition have “joined senses” which gives them the ability to experience... More > things such as colored letters and numbers. Some children like myself, may hear colors in the music they listen to or believe that having tea with the number four would be very delightful. Other children may taste purple while eating chicken or think that a school bell sounds like the color yellow. The Colors I See was designed to make people more aware of this scientific phenomenon in a way that will both inform, and inspire children and parents of all ages.< Less
It's a bold new world. Immunity doesn't hurt, neither does having my own personal 5-star hotel. Despite my good fortune, I dare not give my imagination too much space to wander. Dark days lie ahead... More > from the cruel hands of our masters. Perhaps I should have done more to prevent the spread of the virus, but I too am not the person I once was.
In light of everything, why did fate spare me? Because I'm the bitch with the bazooka, ready to blast a zombie's pecker from a mile away if he dares to step inside my castle.
The day of reckoning is fast approaching, but until then, I'm queen of the Black Diamond Regency.
Netherstream is a serial novel by S.E. Gordon, published every 2-4 weeks. Episode 2: Spanish Fly is the next installment, currently scheduled to be published in early December.< Less