ERotica From Eras Past, Available in eBook Format 24/7/365
Sir Richard Francis Burton’s 19th Century translation of The Kama Sutra of Vatsyayana is available for purchase and easy downloading at the DPPstore, www. dppstore. com.
Palm Springs, CA (PRWEB) July 26, 2006 -–
DPPpress (www. dpppress. com) and DigitalPulp Publishing (www. digitalpulppublishing. com), a year and a half-old ePublishing company launched their online bookstore just over seven months ago.
The DPPstore (www. dppstore. com) features eBooks by new authors and the best eBooks from independent publishers, creating an eclectic array of literary offerings.
The store continues to build one eBook at a time and this week is pleased to announce the addition of the most popular of all erotic literature: The Kama Sutra.
Although written in India over 1600 years ago, its teachings are timeless - useful even today for understanding and expressing human sexuality. This eBook edition of The Kama Sutra Vasyayana (republished by Blue Glass Publishing) is an improved high-quality reissue of the outstanding, unexpurgated 1883 translation by Sir Richard F. Burton, the famous British explorer and scholar.
Included in this eBook publication are additional prefatory and annotative materials, plus twelve delightful (and sexually explicit) illustrations, courtesy of Exotic India, depicting various Kama Sutra themes in the traditional Indian art motif.
Captain Sir Richard Francis Burton (1821–1890) was a British explorer, translator, writer, soldier, orientalist, ethnologist, linguist, poet, hypnotist, fencer and diplomat. He was known for his travels and explorations within Asia and Africa as well as his extraordinary knowledge of languages and cultures.
Blue Glass Publishing, an imprint of Glass Publishing, publishes classic e-books on human sexuality and erotica.
The DPPstore offers eBooks from first-time authors to well-established experts. There is definitely something for everyone. Titles that were once only available in traditional print, and eBook titles that once upon a time were not as readily accessible, are now available through DPPpress (www. dpppress. com) at the DPPstore.
The store offers some free titles with prices ranging through $47.00, and a rewards program is available for frequent buyers. Purchasing and downloading books is as safe and easy as ordering from the bigger online bookstores.
The DPPstore (www. dppstore. com), a division of DigitalPulp Publishing (www. digitalpulppublishing. com), offers the best in eBooks from new authors and independent presses. Our eBooks are downloadable on an assortment of readers. The DPPstore – reinventing reading.