19 April 2015

Sex on the Altar by Wencke Braathen

Sex on the Altar Wencke Braathen
A Fairy Tale for Grown-ups... Built on satire and a robust prose, Sex On The Altar by Wencke Braathen is the first volume in the Adventures of Sam and Emily series, a debut that sings a sultry tale of power, faith, and mystery. The story blurs the line between the seen and unseen worlds as God and mythological deities interact with humans in a commentary about modern life.

The Queen of Heaven has been sucked into the center of the earth due to man’s lack of devotion, and God is beside himself with grief. Something has to be done. God puts his trust in the Ancient Egyptian goddess Isis, - she puts hers in a middle-aged woman named Emily. Sparks will fly with the help from the gods, as Emily and her new beau Sam’s lovemaking awakens the Queen from her slumber. But it isn’t until Virgin Mary starts her Dandelion Campaign, and Jesus and Mary Magdalene are on a bus to Nashville, that the fate of mankind changes course.
Sex on the Altar is available in traditional print and eBook formats at fine online retails such as Amazon, Amazon Canada, Amazon UK, Barnes and Noble, Google Books, Scribd, and Smashwords.

About Author Wencke Braathen

Wencke Braathen was born Oslo, Norway and grew up on an island in the Oslo fjord among esoteric books and homespun wool. She came to the United States in 1978 and holds a BA in art. Her practice meditation inspired further investigations into ancient history and alchemy. The mystery of creating harmony between male and female gave the premise for Sex on the Altar. Ms. Braathen is also the author of Rituals in Sacred Stone – Mary Magdalene, Divine Priestess. In 2007 she spent five weeks in Languedoc region of France walking in her protagonists footsteps. She is currently working on the sequel; Secrets in Sacred Stone following the body of knowledge established by Mary Magdalene thousand years forward in time and finding the connection between the Vikings, the Cathars and the Celtic Church. To find out more about Wencke Braathen and her work, visit her personal blog by clicking here.

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