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Passion's Prisms: Tales of Love & Romance Paperback – February 9, 2013
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I especially enjoyed the vibrant, colorful poetry and prose of Diana Garcia. Garcia's encyclopedic knowledge of history is apparent in "Letter to a Lost Love, dated 1910." It's a real gem, a page turner, and of course, a historically accurate depiction of the Mexican revolution.
J. Harrison Kemp, David W. Stone, Daniel E. Tanzo, Diana Garcia, Marla Todd, A.K. Wallace, Mandy White, Marie Frankson, David Hunter, Robert Betz, Michael Haberfelner, Suzanne Parlee, Anand Matthew, Juliette Kings. These writers are using this book as the calling card of their group: WPaD (Writers, Poets and Deviants). They are a self-assembled group of writers from the world over to do a series of theme anthologies. From the way this one reads, there will many more to come.all over the world who have come together to collaborate on a series of themed charity anthologies. And, to make this more tempting, some of the royalties earned will go to Multiple Sclerosis charities. Now, the story I liked best was the one about the Greek God trying to find a woman he once seduced. The story description made me get the book, bu there's lots more to enjoy, including a story in which a historian goes looking for--- Well, I'd better not tell you any more. The writers are each interesting.
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