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A risqué adult fairytale comes to the iBookstore

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Marie Davis and Margaret Hultz, two award-winning lesbian authors known as the Wickedly Sisters have released their first full-length, digital, interactive novel. Previously available only on the Android and Kindle Fire platforms, gold medal, award-winning Spoon and the Moon is now available on the iBookstore for the iPad too!

Spoon and the Moon is a whimsical, adult fairytale. It is described as a wildly imaginative story full of humor, a twinge of tenderness and a heaping of unexpected turns. This ebook contains many interactive features, clever animations, a hot soundtrack by musicians from Europe and North America, all woven through the storyline …

Finally, after years of “slicing and dicing hearts better than any Roncomatic product, Lil was ready to try love on again.” Yes, love again, despite the devotion of her precious spoon. Here is a cast of unique characters that include a lactose intolerant cow, a devious little dog, a two-fingered hero and a lying pair of panties. Feel characters come alive as you wander through their world. But, watch out . . . this Wishing Star isn’t cute or cuddly, and while everyone will have wishes come true, wishes are tricky and fate is undependable, if not murderous.

Open arts call: Wickedly Sisters are inviting media-voyagers traveling through this app/ebook to use their talents as artists, writers, illustrators and animators to help expand the visual and written concepts of this “living book” through an exciting, open-call contest. Participants can find out details on the Web site.

Amazon Top 100 Reviewer, John Williamson, from Jargon Talk gave Spoon and the Moon a five star rating, “If you decide to venture into the pages of this beautifully formatted iNovel, just remember to click on the illustrations that you’ll encounter throughout . . . be prepared for some surprises . . .”

 



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1 Comment for “A risqué adult fairytale comes to the iBookstore”

  1. I think this is awesome. People treat lesbians like bogey-women. The first step to changing that is to make people laugh.

    —C.D. Overstreet (Author of “Lesbian Princesses & Friends” “Lesbian Fairy Tales” and “Lesbian Mythology, Legends, & Folktales” all available on Amazon)

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