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Here!! (Links to Amazon, Apple, Barnes & Noble, Google Play, and Kobo)

SEPTEMBER 21!!

From the intro:

"Erotic stories in the worlds of Jules Verne. Verne's books feature daring, intelligent men facing danger and overcoming obstacles in the name of scientific discovery. Journey to the Center of Desire tells the stories of people who love the adventurers: the ones left behind, or carried helplessly along, or are otherwise affected by these harebrained schemes.

In "Lunacy" by Jean Roberta, based on From the Earth to the Moon, two brave and daring women struggling in a man's world come up with a brilliant--and ridiculous--idea to win their freedom and future life together. Luckily for them, great men can still be made into fools by beautiful women with a plan. In Annabeth Leong's "Journey to the Disappearing Sea," Axel, from Journey to the Center of the Earth, is forced to realize that his precious porcelain doll of a fiancée has her own hopes and dreams and strengths and they will not be hidden any more. In Corey Reid's "The Unresolved Wager," (based on Around the World in Eighty Days) Phileas Fogg's friends Aouda and Passepartout make a bet to see who can teach the man they both love that living well requires paying attention to your friends... and having lots of orgasms. In "Poulp Friction" by Evadare Volney, we learn how deep the friendship between M. Aronnax and his loyal Conseil (of Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea) actually is, and that Captain Nemo's rebellious nature and technological acumen extended to much more personal matters than we were led to believe.

Includes:
Lunacy by Jean Roberta
Journey to the Disappearing Sea by Annabeth Leong
The Unresolved Wager by Corey Reid
Poulp Friction by Evadare Volney

([personal profile] evadare_volney is my professional-smut otherself.)

Date: 2017-08-30 08:00 am (UTC)
eyebrowofdoom: A vintage illustration of a cricketer crouching over to field. The word "Out" appears next to his bum. (Default)
From: [personal profile] eyebrowofdoom
that looks fucken awesome.

Do you think the publisher is gonna put it on Goodreads? I can do it myself but they will prob be happier with an entry they've done themselves...

Date: 2017-08-30 09:36 am (UTC)
eyebrowofdoom: A vintage illustration of a cricketer crouching over to field. The word "Out" appears next to his bum. (Default)
From: [personal profile] eyebrowofdoom
ps I preordered, whoo

Date: 2017-08-31 05:42 am (UTC)
eyebrowofdoom: A vintage illustration of a cricketer crouching over to field. The word "Out" appears next to his bum. (Default)
From: [personal profile] eyebrowofdoom
Ok, so: I think when the publisher creates the work, they should list one of the authors as "yourname", and when you click on "yourname" it goes to an unclaimed author page for "yourname". This should list all the existing works under "yourname" on goodreads, so when you click the "Is this you? Claim your author page" button, they should all get linked to you.

The way this could go wrong if maybe your name was spelled differently previously (leading to two author records existing for you), or maybe not all the authors in the anthology were listed when the book record was created. In this case, join the Goodreads Librarian Group https://www.goodreads.com/group/show/220-goodreads-librarians-group?ref=nav_bar_discussions_pane_group and ask a librarian to fix it up for you.

I am not a librarian but I do have the status of being able to add new books, which I think you get after reviewing 50 books or something. Sometimes I use this to add some of my more obscure publications from e.g. academic publishers who don't use goodreads.

I am excite for you :D:D

Date: 2017-08-31 04:14 pm (UTC)
ancientreader: black and white pet rat (Default)
From: [personal profile] ancientreader
Ooooh, this looks delicious. And congratulations!

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