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66 Chapters About 33 Women  by Michael Hemmingson

Published by Disruptive Publishing

A sensual tour de force, 66 Chapters About 33 Women weaves a complicated web of erotic connections between 33 women and their lovers. Granting each woman two vignettes, Hemmingson examines their sexual peccadilloes, creating a veritable survey course on the possibilities of erotic fiction.

You can read it in one sitting, which is the best for most erotica. a lot of flash fictions string together by re-occurring characters. There's some odd repetition, but I see that the author uses this like jazz music, certain notes that come back to haunt you with a theme.

-Ann M. Eadie

Michael Hemmingson was a novelist, short story writer, literary critic, cultural anthropologist, qualitative researcher, playwright, and screenwriter. Hemmingson won the San Diego Book Awards Association's first Novel-in-Progress grant for The Rose of Heaven and SDBAA’s Best Published novel for Wild Turkey. His media study monograph, Star Trek: A Post-Structural Critique of the Original Series, was a 2010 finalist nominee for General Non-fiction Book.

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