“Pandora,” an 1858 marble by American sculptor Chauncey Bradley Ives, captured by Jewel E. Leonard at the Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens.
“Pandora,” an 1858 marble by American sculptor Chauncey Bradley Ives.

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Please peruse my website for interesting Victorian-era tidbits ranging from vintage newspaper articles (Wild West Wednesdays) to artwork; from tantalizing portions of my novels (Milton Mondays), to the occasional blog update about my creative process and the journey to publication.  Over on that Boudoir page in the menu above is an 18-and-older ONLY portal to forthcoming written erotic delights.

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