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Thursday, February 12, 2015

Guest Post: Elizabeth Seckman & One Super Twisted Tale

I am thrilled to welcome back one of my favorite ladies to the blog today, the brilliant and incomparable Elizabeth Seckman. She's on tour for her latest release, DEFYING REASON and she has stopped by with a doozy of a story for you! Without further adieu, here she is:

Trying to come up with blog post topics is never easy, and when you're touring and trying to come up with twenty in a month...wow. So, I was wandering the web and looking up odd love stories (keeping the love thing going, ya know!) and I stumbled on this story. It's a bit bizarre and at first I thought it had to be a hoax, but it seems to be a true. 

But, where could I share a story of some truly bizarre lovin'?

Then I thought- where else...with the mistress of the blow-your-mind-with-twisted-tales, Lisa Regan! 

So, here it is....

Blanche Dumas was born in the Caribbean in the mid-1800's. Nature equipped her with four breasts, three legs, and two vaginas. Seems she was pretty well-adjusted to her exceptional body and didn't mind using it for, um, pleasure. 

Once she was an adult, she headed off to Paris where rumors of her sexual exploits were doubled, and she was becoming quite the legend. 

Then someone told her about the man to whom nature supplied with two fully functioning man-parts. 

Well, Blanche was quick to let the world know- Juan Baptista dos Santos, the man born with two penises, and an extra leg to boot...was one man she was eager to meet. 

Rumor is they did meet and some say they found love...though the full truth of that meeting will remain a mystery. 

Now, that's a love story that totally defies reason! 

*For the record, the book promoted below has characters with the normal number of body parts. 



The Blurb:

Jo Leigh Harper comes from a long line of trouble-making, white trash stock.
Tanner Coulter comes from a longer line of wealth-creating, blue blood stock.
Jo graduated college top of her class, moving toward a future full of possibilities.
Tanner dropped out of college, trading a law degree for drinking games and one night stands.

A family crisis throws the rich party boy and the poor genius girl together. The attraction is immediate, though neither one is a heart-in-the-sand-drawing believer in true love. But as the summer sun heats up along the shores of the Outer Banks, so does the connection between them. Maybe, just maybe, they can win at love by defying reason.

 
Author Bio:

Elizabeth is a multi-published author of books for people who are believers in happily-ever- after, true love, and stories with a bit of fun and twists with their plots. The mother of four young men, she tackles laundry daily and is the keeper of the kitchen. She lives along the shores of the Ohio River in West Virginia, but dreams daily of the beach. 

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14 comments:

  1. Elizabeth, that's one of those stories you couldn't make up if you tried.

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    1. I had to check at least three sources before I believed it myself!

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  2. It would certainly make for a mysterious love story... but methinks I would rather check out your (and Lisa's) writing instead!

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  3. lol good to know there are a normal number of body parts

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    1. Yeah, we take the most obvious blessings for granted.

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  4. That was quite shocking - I could be scarred for life. I think I'd better read YOUR book (smile)!

    Loved the car chase o your blog!

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    1. I'd much rather you read my book too :)

      That was so funny. I guess my kids have all seen it before, but it was new to me.

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  5. Wonder if she's in the Guinness Book of World Records?!

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    1. I would think she is. I didn't think to check there.

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  6. I'm with you on the challenge of coming up with original posts for a tour. It was TOUGH! It's one thing when it's your own blog, but I felt this intense pressure to make sure what I posted was good. You're doing a great job so far!

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    1. Thanks Stephanie! You're right- you feel like people are kind enough to lend you their readers- you have a duty to provide something good.

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    2. Thanks Stephanie! You're right- you feel like people are kind enough to lend you their readers- you have a duty to provide something good.

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