Does life continue after death?
MASON, Mich. (PRWEB) August 25, 2012
Imagine a man meeting the first real love of his life at age 63 – the thing is, she’s already been dead for three years. Such was the case with Curt Eaton, and in his book, “A” (published by AuthorHouse), he chronicles his graphic, complicated, overtly sexual afterlife relationship with the spirit of Audrey Hepburn.
“Does life continue after death?” Eaton, a retired counselor, asks. “Do we enjoy sex after death? Comedienne Lily Tomlin once affirmed the latter question, asserting there is sex after death – but you can’t feel it. I beg to differ.”
Compiled from Eaton’s journal entries spanning the years 1996 through 2000, “A” details Eaton’s fascination with Audrey Hepburn and his experiences with what he believes to be her ghost. Graphically sexual, “A” is appropriate for adults only and describes myriad sex acts in candid detail. Beginning in February 1996, Eaton describes how Audrey – or “A”, as he refers to her throughout most of the book – initiated an intense sexual relationship with him, a relationship that he knows most people would dismiss as pure fantasy.
“Of course, our sensual experiences are not awash in the same physical sensations most people associate with sex,” Eaton writes in the book’s preface. “They can’t be when one partner is a spirit. But if you can imagine separating the physical causes of these sensations from the sublime sensations themselves – you’ll get some idea.”
“A” portrays Audrey Hepburn in an unprecedented light. “The quality of our sex is especially transformed by one singular feature,” Eaton says. “She’s not tethered by the laws of gravity. Neither is she restrained by time or space. All this allows unique freedoms in sexual play otherwise quite unimaginable.”
Follow one man’s hedonistic, otherworldly sexual exploits in the pages of “A”.
About the Author
Curt Eaton was born in 1932 in Lansing, Mich. He holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master’s degree in rehabilitation counseling from Michigan State University. For nearly 40 years, Eaton worked with people suffering from physical and mental disabilities, helping them secure financial benefits, job training and employment.
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