Wednesday, January 8, 2020

Dirty Ball : Jungle Beauty Goddesses by Cassandra George Sturges

Dirty Ball

Jungle Beauty Goddesses

Book 3

Cassandra George Sturges

Genre: Fantasy, Fiction, Mythology Erotica

Date of Publication:  November 10, 2019
ASIN:  B08192Q5HZ
Number of pages:  150
Word Count:  44,790

Book Description:

The Jungle Beauty Goddesses: Dirty Ball- Book 3 is a story about love… the familial love and loyalty of family and the unbreakable bond between the seven sisters… and the power of love and how it plunges, crashes, and melds beings of different realms and realties. The Jungle Beauty Goddesses Series has been coined “Nubian Mythology a Modern Creation Story.” All life is created by sexual energy—this story is not meant to be erotic—it merely captures the sensuality of the universal powers and enthralling forces that make us human, frail, mortal, and vulnerable.


I know what she
needs. She needs me to adore her. She needs to see versions of herself
expressed from the perspective of another being. I will create images of her
from the elements, and this will draw unto me.
Mada painted an
image of Afar inside of a nearby cave. He painted himself in the picture
holding her hand, with the sun shining rays of love from above both of their
heads, surrounded by trees and birds. He wrote at the bottom of the painting is
a universal language, “I love you. I love you. I love you. Collapsing space and
time, you are already mine.”
When Afar saw
the painting in the cave, she pressed her body against it and attempted to hug
it—but her arms could not fit around the giant life-size painting in the
cave.  “I love you, too,” she whispered
to the picture.

Afar used her
goddess powers and merged into the painting, breathing life into the painting
of her and Mada on the cave wall. She animated the picture, and she and Mada
walked hand in hand along the beach, tossed pebbles into the water, only
stopping to kiss her passionately beneath the smiling sun. After saturating her
likeness with Mada’s love for her, Afar exited the painting on the cave wall
and left it as she had found it.

About the Author:

Cassandra George Sturges is the author of “A Woman’s Soul on Paper,” “Success and Beauty is an Attitude,” “The Illusion of Beauty: Why Women Hate Themselves and Envy Other Women,” and “Why Racism is a Mental Illness.” For many years, she was an advice columnist for Today’s Black Woman Magazine and is currently a full-time psychology and sociology professor at a college in the mid-west. She is a high school dropout who graduated with her General Education Diploma and eventually earned five college degrees including two masters and a doctorate degree. In her late forties, she began making life-size fabric sculpture, cloth dolls that turned out to be the main characters in her Jungle Beauty Goddesses coming of age, modern creation Nubian Mythology fantasy fiction, sensuous, romantic series. She is the mother of two adult children, a grandmother, and for over 20-years has shared her life with her twin flame.

Interview with Cassandra George Sturges

Do your characters seem to hijack the story or do you feel like you have the reigns of the story?
When I am writing research papers, self-help articles, or any type of writing where I am summarizing, re-telling, or reporting data or facts ---I have the reigns. It is easier for me to access this type of writing. When I am writing fiction, poems, or songs—I feel like the content is down-loaded to me from another world.
Yes, Yes, Yes, my Jungle Beauty Goddesses’ characters hijacked my story. I remember when I was writing chapter 1, in Aquatic Ball –Book 2 of the series—I honestly had no idea of what was going on in the storyline. I just knew that it was important to obey the uncontrollable urge to dictate the story that was haunting me. 
Whenever I try to control the plot, dialogue, or story line, I get writer’s block. In the past, I have tried to petition and negotiate with the writing gods and muses to let characters live and avoid tragedies —to no avail. I take diction from the realm of my imagination; and no matter how hurt, shocked, or disappointed I am in how the story is coming through—I have come to realize that I am not creating the story – I am channeling the characters and allowing their stories to come into existence via my psychological and cultural life experiences.
Convince us why you feel your book is a must read.
Ethically, I can only convince you as to why you shouldn’t read my book.
If you adhere to traditional religious beliefs, you may find my book offensive. In my book all spiritual and religious figures from all time and space are siblings who love each other. Yes, Jesus, Kwan Yin, Shiva, Buddha and anyone else you can think of are siblings who love and adore each other. They discuss how difficult it is to keep their life forms on their planets happy.
If it troubles you to contemplate the idea that God is a woman—this is not the book for you.
If you are uncomfortable with steamy, hot,  sizzling ,cheesy love scenes without the use of profanity—you will find yourself feeling a little bothered and uneasy.
If you are uncomfortable with a woman, who unleashes her shadow-self and takes what she wants—you should definitely not read this book.
If you are uncomfortable with race relations on planet Earth and an alternate and plausible history why people act the way they do towards each other this book will make you feel uncomfortable.
Lastly, if you are not comfortable with possibly seeing the world from a different perspective and questioning your reality—this is definitely not a book that you should read.

Have you written any other books that are not published?
Yes, the one book that I have not published yet, is titled, “How to Find Your Soul Purpose.” It is a workbook with several exercises to help people align with their divine purpose. I think the reason, I have not published it yet is because I don’t want to be a hypocrite. I am in my mid-fifties and I am finally going for my supreme dream. I think publishing and marketing my Jungle Beauty Goddess books will give me more in-depth insight and authority on the subject matter.
Pen or typewriter or computer?
Number 2 pencil, legal pad, candle light only, sitting at the dining room table. When I am writing fiction, I need to write in pencil first—then I type it into my computer. Anything else, articles, non-fiction, etc…, I can easily type it on the computer. Fiction—I can only write using a pencil first. There is something about the way pencil feels when I press it onto the paper. Holding the pencil is the only control I have when I am writing fantasy fiction. It’s like an anchor that keeps me grounded to Earth.
Anything you would like to say to your readers and fans?

We all came to Earth to love each, entertain each other, support each other, and teach each other. Doctors need sick patients just as much as sick patients need doctors. The purpose of our existence is to share our gifts and talents with the world.  When we abandon our mission, we make it difficult for others to fulfill their life purpose. There is a person who signed a soul contract with you to turn your book into a movie, or illustrate your pages, or become your editor, or play the saxophone in your band, or work for your company—but if you never pursue your dream other dreams are also affected. Thank you for sharing a brief moment of your time in this realm of reality with me to bring my dream to life.

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  1. Thanks to this blog for the intro to Cassandra George Sturges and her work. I am so glad I have gotten to know her and her books look great!

  2. It has been great hearing about your book and although I am not the reader myself, my 2 sisters and 2 daughters are. They love hearing about the genre's they like and me helping them get to find books they will enjoy. Thanks for sharing!

  3. I would love to read your book and I just love your cover.