Today, I'm telling you the story of Asklepios and his staff, the symbol of medicine.
One of the priestesses of Apollo at Delphi is overcome by a vision of herself dancing in an open field. Apollon is watching and, overcome with lust upon seeing the young woman, he transports himself to the field and takes her by force.
I gave myself a birthday present: the creators of the comic "The Last Bacchae", will make the cover srt for my upcoming book!
For Pride Month: A collection of quotes from ancient works that unambiguously talk about romantic or erotic attraction to the same sex.
Artemis has admired the Muse of the Dance ever since she was young. When Apollon suggests a threeway, how can she pass up that chance?
Hermes invents the sport of wrestling to hit on Apollon.
Take a peek at my WIP draft file and see a snapshot of my writing process.
Is the new shepherd in his service really a god among mortals as the rural folk claims? King Admetos isn't sure. But he IS sure he wants him...
Golden-haired, orderly and temperate Apollon thinks he doesn't have much in common with his dark-tressed, chaotic and overindulgent half-brother. But there is also a growing attraction...
Eric finds himself in the middle of a contest between Apollon and Dionysos - a contest to find out who of the two gods is the better lover... Does the story deliver on that promise?