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An ancient picture frame and a forgotten parchment lead two generations of one family into the world of Renaissance Florence. Both artefacts pose the same questions; were Sandro Botticelli and Simonetta Vespucci lovers? Do the women in his paintings, including The Birth of Venus, really depict the young Florentine beauty? Can any man love one woman so intensely and for so long?
A fabulous short story collection by 40 authors from around the world, who have come together to raise money in the fight against cancer and homelessness.
All OMP proceeds after production costs will go to cancer research and to homeless charities.
Help us to raise a little sunshine in the lives of people less fortunate than ourselves through the power of words.
While you do, I’ll tell you a tale of clouds, and rain, and a little girl I met on my journey. desperately ill, she refused to lose hope. Her paper cranes a symbol of pain, loss, and devotion to life. Something close to my heart, despite what you think of me. without life, without hope, there is no death, and no stories to tell by the hearth in my lounge.
Paper Cranes is the first of eight stories in this collection, which touch on gun control, green energy, psychosis, loneliness, political correctness & a lonely gargoyle perched up high on Notre Dame cathedral in Paris.
Shakespere, Shake-shafte, or Shakespeare. Were these three men one and the same, or a figment of the imaginations of Elizabethan England?
Follow William, born a Catholic, raised a Protestant, exiled to become a priest, as per his father's wishes. Adventurer, poet, spy, assassin and lover, with an imagination that defied the conventions of his time, and a name easily confused, mis-signed, and misquoted.
Ink never sleeps; it dries and haunts us forever.