Over a year ago I made a post where I shared this story about Aleister Crowley:
There is a story of a young man, sitting in a café (I’ve heard of different locations where this story occurred), when all of a sudden, a strange man, dressed in yellow, comes darting through the café, babbling in a strange, foreign language. To his surprise, nobody was paying any attention to this obviously crazy man. The shocked café-goer asks the head waiter if something should be done. The head waiter replies, “Oh no, sir. That’s just Mr. Crowley being invisible again.”
Like him or hate him, there are many things you can say about Crowley. Claiming he was an idiot is not one of them.
We are excited to announce that Great Sex Made Simple by Mark A. Michaels & Patricia Johnson has won the Silver Medal in the "Feminity/Sexuality" category of the 5th annual Living Now Book Awards.
Additionally, the book has won several other awards, including:
2013 IPPY Award (Gold, Sexuality/Relationships); the awards, launched in 1996, are designed to bring increased recognition to the deserving but often unsung titles published by independent authors and publishers.
ForeWord Awards (Silver Award, Self-Help category); ForeWord Reviews’ Book of the Year Awards were established to bring about increased attention to the literary and graphic achievements of independent