Dirty Ball Jungle Beauty Goddesses Book 3 by Cassandra George Sturges ***Adult - Fantasy - Mythology - Erotica - Spotlight - Excerpt - Giveaway***

Dirty Ball

Jungle Beauty Goddesses

Book 3

by Cassandra George Sturges

Genre: Fantasy, Fiction, Mythology Erotica

Adult Content
Date of Publication: November 10, 2019
ASIN: B08192Q5HZ
Number of pages: 150
Word Count: 44,790

The Jungle Beauty Goddesses: Dirty Ball- Book 3 is a story about love… the familial love and loyalty of family and the unbreakable bond between the seven sisters… and the power of love and how it plunges, crashes, and melds beings of different realms and realties. The Jungle Beauty Goddesses Series has been coined “Nubian Mythology a Modern Creation Story.” All life is created by sexual energy—this story is not meant to be erotic—it merely captures the sensuality of the universal powers and enthralling forces that make us human, frail, mortal, and vulnerable.

Books 1 and 2 Also on Amazon

An Interview with Cassandra George Sturges

Welcome to JB’s Bookworms with Brandy Mulder 
Thank you for having me. I appreciate you allowing me to share your platform.

It's our pleasure. Please, tell us about your newest book.
This is actually the most difficult question for me. Every time I tell someone what the book is about who has read it—they totally disagree with me. I think Dirty Ball is a book about how the intoxicating elixir of love, magic, free will, and destiny created the human condition on planet Earth. However, here is a quote from reviewer Jamie Michele who I think best summarizes my newest book best:

“Dirty Ball by Cassandra George Sturges is the third book in the fantasy fiction mythological series Jungle Beauty Goddesses, preceded by book one, Pretty Blue Ball, and book two, Aquatic Ball. In this installment, the Jungle Beauty Goddess Afar is the star as her journey goes from youth through her evolution as an independent and dynamic deity—Goddess of Earth—and how she wields such an extraordinary responsibility and uninhibited power. As she sculpts and molds and creates, she finds that the one thing she cannot control is the free will of her creations...not their emotions, not their hearts. She also steps back and lets her children (the people of Earth) rule themselves, watching as they rise and fall by color and continent alongside her reluctant partner, Mada.”

Writing isn’t easy. What was the most difficult thing you dealt with when writing your newest book?
Depression…. For lack of a better word. Traveling within the depths of my belief patterns, dismantling my ideology about fairness, and being emotionally and spiritually willing to use whatever resources and forces available to me to no longer play victim and take the reins of destiny into my own hands --to literally save my life-- was the most difficult aspect of writing Dirty Ball. Without those hurtful life experiences that correlated with my book, I would not have been able to write the book. I think it is difficult to write about something authentically that you have never experienced.

Tell us a little bit about your writing career. 
I have been published in several self-help women magazines in addition to having a monthly advice column. I written several self-help books for young women, however one of my favorite books I have ever written is my Memoir, “A Woman’s Soul on Paper.” I still cannot read that book without sobbing. I can’t believe how much pain I endured in the spring/summer season in my life. I am now in the fall season of my life. It is a beautiful place to be because my soul is ripe, juicy, and pure. I know who I am. I know what I want and I am not ashamed of my journey.

They say Hind-sight is 20/20. If you could give advice to the writer you were the first time you sat down to write, what would it be?
I would tell her: “What you want—wants you. Never stop writing. Never stop believing in yourself. Don’t change your voice-find your audience.”

What was your most difficult scene to write?
I was ready to be placed in a mental institution after writing the ending to Dirty Ball. A lot of negative things were happening to me and….ahh…I was forced to embrace my shadow self and utilize magick that I thought was beneath me. I was fighting for my life on several realms of reality.

Are themes a big part of your stories, or not so much?
Yes. I think themes are a big part of my writing, however I did not choose them. My big picture theme is the human condition on planet Earth; and how we collectively have come to be who we are individually and as a human society. The power of love, forgiveness, race relations, global-warming, spirituality, free-will and destiny are sub category themes that I explore. That layer the philosophical,

What are you working on now?
I am working on Jungle Beauty Goddesses, Book 4- Crystal Ball. I have been given the names of the three witches who will be new characters. I am little worried about who I may become temporarily to allow these characters to come fully and richly into existence. I have a full-time job. Writing doesn’t pay the bills yet. (laughing hardily to myself) Each character reveals a part of me that I have suppressed. Sometimes it is challenging to mesh my fiction and non-fiction world because writing fantasy for me requires total, unabashed honesty whereas to function in the real world-- requires a professional decorum of wearing a cloak of political correctness and being disingenuous to fit in—and let’s not discount staying employed!.

Is there a release date planned?
I am afraid to say it aloud, because every time I try to speak something into existence – it becomes more difficult for me to manifest. However, when I keep things to myself they come true ahead of my due date. 

Who is your favorite character from your own stories, and why?
My favorite character is Jungle Beauty Goddess Afar because we share the same pain. I love the Jungle Beauty Goddesses’ father, DeMatter because I hope to be like him one day wise, patient, and non-judgmental. Additionally, He wants nothing and this is the most powerful position to be in.

Most writers were readers as children. What was your favorite book in grade school?
Are you There God, It’s me Margaret?” by Judy Blume. Anything by Dr. Seuss who is still one of my favorite authors.

What are your plans for future projects?
I am working of completing my Jungle Beauty Goddess 0racle Love deck. I need to include Jungle Beauty Goddess Afar and Mada insight and wisdom into the current deck. Additionally, I am writing instruction books for my Jungle Beauty Goddess traditional and love decks to make them available for purchase.

I am going to include more past life readings, Astrology and Spell Dolls DIYs and metaphysical book reviews on my YouTube channel. 

I am going to include more content that represents who I really am to build a thriving platform from with to make a difference in the world.

Is there anything you would like to add before we finish?
Thank you again, for sharing this time and space with me. I appreciate it.

Thank you for coming and good luck with your newest release.

Keep Scrolling for an excerpt from Dirty Ball Jungle Beauty Goddesses, Book 3.

Excerpt 1

When her sobs turned into whimpers, he picked her up and carried her to their bathroom to take a bath together. The bathroom walls were red, with red and orange tile floors made out of ruby and carnelian gemstones. The red garnet fireplace was lit; and the deep, brilliant orange flames softly glowed throughout the room. Pink roses and candles surrounded the orange Jacuzzi. The steamy, hazy orange light filled the room accented by pink bubbles. The room smelled like a floral garden with hints of sandalwood and frankincense.

Nebula wrapped her arms around Dematter’s neck. He gently loosened her arms from his neck and sat her down on the red velvet couch in the bathroom. He bunched her long, black, wavy hair into a ponytail and wrapped a red rose around it to hold it in place. Dematter kissed the trail of tears on Nebula’s cheeks before kissing each eyelid. He kissed the tip of her nose. His tongue traced her full lips, before parting them with his tongue. Nebula’s tongue met Dematter’s with eagerness. They kissed. He removed his tongue from her mouth, sucked her bottom lip and said, “Nebula, look at me. You are the love of my life. I would never do anything to hurt you or our children. Believe in me again. Love me again.” Nebula buried her face on the side of his neck. Dematter could feel her warm tears rolling down his back. Nebula couldn’t talk. She hugged Dematter as tight as she could to let him know that she still loved him—wanted him—and needed him.

About the Author:

Cassandra George Sturges is the author of “A Woman’s Soul on Paper,” “Success and Beauty is an Attitude,” “The Illusion of Beauty: Why Women Hate Themselves and Envy Other Women,” and “Why Racism is a Mental Illness.” For many years, she was an advice columnist for Today’s Black Woman Magazine and is currently a full-time psychology and sociology professor at a college in the mid-west. She is a high school dropout who graduated with her General Education Diploma and eventually earned five college degrees including two masters and a doctorate degree. In her late forties, she began making life-size fabric sculpture, cloth dolls that turned out to be the main characters in her Jungle Beauty Goddesses coming of age, modern creation Nubian Mythology fantasy fiction, sensuous, romantic series. She is the mother of two adult children, a grandmother, and for over 20-years has shared her life with her twin flame.

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  1. Thanks so much for sharing your terrific book. I sure enjoyed reading about it and appreciate you taking the time to share it with us.

  2. I love the cover. The colors are beautiful.

  3. The cover is fierce. It really catches the eye.


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