Going once, Going twice, oh what the heck here’s a deal for you

40% off the RRP on Accursed Women

For the next four weeks, Accursed Women will be on sale on Smashwords for $3.59 US
Enter the coupon code and download a copy appropriate to your reading device.

Coupon Code: YA56V
Expires: 3 May, 2014

If you like to hold a hardcopy of the book as I do and prefer to buy a print version of Accursed Women, please contact me.

I’d be grateful if you share or let others know about the deal. Plus a review would be great! Thanking you in advance.


Five stories, five women, five legends.

Phaedra, a Minoan princess, marries out of duty and to safeguard her precious home. She falls in love with Hippolytos, her husband’s son and asks the Goddess Aphrodite for help. He spurns her affections.

The Trojan War, one of history’s greatest stories ever told. What if the legend as told is wrong? History is told by the victors, and facts changed to twist the truth. Is it possible Helen of Sparta never went to Troy?

Hera, Queen of the Gods, is the most powerful goddess on Mount Olympos. For the first time ever in a candid interview, Hera shares what it’s like to be a goddess and wife to Zeus, the King of the Gods.

Created by the gods as a gift to humanity, Pandora is the first woman on Earth. Did she know what Zeus intended when he presented an urn as a wedding dowry to her husband? Neither she nor Epimetheus knew what it contained, but they were told never to open it.

All Medousa wanted was a life of love and acceptance but one fateful night it changed. While she’s alone in the Temple of Athene tending to the sacred fire, Poseidon pays a visit. No human can stop an immortal from taking what they want.

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Anne Frandi-Coory


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  1. Linnea Tanner

    I highly recommend ACCURSED WOMEN. One of the reasons I really enjoyed the short stories is 5 myths of women and goddesses are told from the viewpoint of different storytellers which puts a new light on the myth. Gave this 5 stars. Best luck, Luciana, on the release of this book. Worthwhile reading.


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