And yes, they did put Dark Math Jesus into Erotica at first, but they moved it into the categories I originally selected when I asked them to. Phew! Just goes to show how one word triggers the bots.
This one is short and it's about the What-ifs if Dark Math Jesus was real? What would he do? Who would he fall in love with?
What if the ZonNet bots decided he was too weird to exist?
And it is also me venting about Amazon doing weird category stuff such as putting a romance into Math, A dog book into Erotica, or Artemis Fowl, a YA kids book there - all of whish have happened recently.
I gave this one out to the people who like to review mine on the day I published it, so reviews are going to be sparse. Do me one if you feel it is worthy and I will send you a chicken ... joking!
Has her book joined a cult?
A story inspired by the Amazon bizarro category drama when a book swung from Erotica to Math to Religious categories in the space of ten days like a naked llama on a jungle vine.
A tongue-in-cheek and tongue-in-everything book.
Is the mysterious man in black a criminal, a math genius, or the author’s muse come to life?
Is she bonkers or merely an over-wrought writer with her imagination running on scotch fumes?
More to the point is Jesus Abacus Kane real?
And if he isn’t, why does it feel so good when he …
Or when he …
Contains zero math or Jesus. Well, zero of THAT Jesus.
This is not erotica, but I bet it gets stuck in there because the word EROTICA is in the blurb.
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Cari Silverwood is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling writer of kinky darkness or sometimes of dark kinkiness, depending on her moods and the amount of time she's spent staring into the night.
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