Tuesday, September 22, 2015

I am Adam
I am Eve
Without God
Without Religion
Without Fear

Written by Leonard Cascia

Newly released.
Available on Amazon.com
e-book and paperback.


A note from the author.
    Do you feel trapped with your belief in religion and God, finding yourself questioning it? Feeling like you’re  a prisoner within your own mind? Are you standing on the fence with religion and God?  I once was just like you. Free yourself of this conflict as I have, once and for all. The choice is yours to believe or not, as an adult it always has been, as a child growing up, it wasn't.

A link to an excerpt of chapter 6, Theater of the erotic can be found at our website. www.iamadamiameve.org. A direct link to Amazon.com can be found their as well. You can rate it their as well.

Fictional book based on fictional characters and events.

   For all outward appearances Mary Jane is a simple conservative upper middle class Long Island housewife.  Two great kids now off to college, family dog. Currently living in the suburbs, but something seemed to be missing in her life, she could never really understand what it was. Sex with her husband was for the most part, satisfying. Marrying her college sweetheart .Mary now in her late 30’s and having all this free time on her hands, her inner itch begins scratching at her. She feels this within herself but doesn’t understand what it is. It starts in the back of her mind, in her subconscious mind. Mary Jane has yet to realize the full potential of her body and mind. To crack open her inner shell. Not just about Mary Jane surrendering herself to her body’s desires or her husband’s, not just for the pleasures of the flesh but for her mind and very soul. Come follow Mary Jane on her journey, a journey of enlightenment and understanding, an awakening within herself, a journey that takes her into the erotic world of B&D and BDSM.

Always keep an opened mind and let knowledge of yourself and the world guide you.

 I have danced with the devil and prayed with the saints and the
only difference between them both, is their taste in clothes.
Leonard Cascia