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Welcome Author C.G. Sturges!

Hello everyone and welcome to my site! This is a stop on the Goddess Fish Virtual Tour for Author C.G. Sturges and her new series of books, Jungle Beauty Goddesses Series: Pretty Blue, Aquatic Ball, & Dirty Ball. The author will be awarding a $50 Amazon/Barnes & Noble gift card via rafflecopter at the end of tour, so be sure to follow all the stops and comment to increase your chance of winning!

GENRE: Erotica, Science Fiction, Fantasy



If you were given planet Earth as a gift to develop its life forms—would the world be a better place than it is today? What would your primary expectation and goal be for each human? Would you give them free will or plan their destiny? Would you demand that your humans worship you as their creator? Would you be available to assuage their every desire; and acquiesce to their demands, prayers, and wishes? Would you grow to resent them for living the life you imagined?

The Jungle Beauty Goddesses were free-spirited goddesses who enjoyed their freedom as the youngest children—and the last deities born to their parents—creators of the universe. Per the family tradition of being awarded a planet, the septuplets were given planet Earth as a gift for their birthday. Their siblings, also gods and goddesses of the universe since the beginning of time, warn them about the challenges of selflessness, power, worship, and divine duty.

The seven sisters struggle to maintain their own freedom as limitless beings, while sibling rivalry makes it difficult to accept their collective duty to fulfill the family obligation to the deity-hood as creators for planets.

The entire universe threatens to collapse due to their negligence and disobedience. They question the boundaries of their divine powers as they ponder whether it is possible to mold a being to be superior to its creator.


More human males had begun to tell stories to sailors, pirates, and fishermen on how to capture Mermaids for sex, but they would tell their wives and girlfriends that they were going on long fishing and exploration trips. Human males were really scouring the oceans and seas in search of sexual favors by hapless mermaids.

One night three large ships of human males surrounded seven mermaids and captured them with their large fishing nets. Humans had not yet developed mobile lights for their boats, so they depended heavily on the moon’s light for travel across the oceans and seas at night. The unclad Mermaids were tangled in the fishing nets fighting and screaming ferociously to free themselves while the human males laughed, joked, and made derogatory catcalls about the size of their breasts. On this particular night, the full bright moon, turned completely black, in an instance. The pitch-black night hid the mermaids from the sailors' view and they were able to safely swim back into the deep waters.

After that night, the Mermaids developed a relationship with the moon man. He advised the mermaids of the best times to travel above water and numerous other ways to protect themselves from human males. The ceremony tonight is the monthly ritual that we dedicate to the moon for saving our lives.”



Sometimes your worst nightmare is having everything you ever wanted. Upon visiting planet Earth, the Jungle Beauty Goddesses discover that the life forms they created are in danger of extinction, and an unforeseen dominant species has positioned itself to take dominion.

Unprepared and disillusioned about how to access their highest vibrational frequency; the Jungle Beauty Goddesses face their own demise.

The only way they can save themselves, their planet, and ultimately the universe is by managing to align with their deity powers and the wisdom of their highest selves in the face of their worst fears, disappointments, and betrayals.


I know what she needs. She needs me to adore her. She needs to see versions of herself expressed from the perspective of another being. I will create images of her from the elements, and this will draw unto me.

Mada painted an image of Afar inside of a nearby cave. He painted himself in the picture holding her hand, with the sun shining rays of love from above both of their heads, surrounded by trees and birds. He wrote at the bottom of the painting is a universal language, “I love you. I love you. I love you. Collapsing space and time, you are already mine.”

When Afar saw the painting in the cave, she pressed her body against it and attempted to hug it—but her arms could not fit around the giant life-size painting in the cave. “I love you, too,” she whispered to the picture.

Afar used her goddess powers and merged into the painting, breathing life into the painting of her and Mada on the cave wall. She animated the picture, and she and Mada walked hand in hand along the beach, tossed pebbles into the water, only stopping to kiss her passionately beneath the smiling sun. After saturating her likeness with Mada’s love for her, Afar exited the painting on the cave wall and left it as she had found it.



If you had the power to make anyone in the world fall in love with you—would you? Jungle Beauty Goddess Afar revokes her deity vows and takes her destiny into her own hands by participating in the life she was born to create for others.

Afar embraces the deepest, darkest nuances of her shadow self with brutality, dignity, and integrity. She brazenly unleashes the murkiest qualities of the human condition and leaves the chaos for her unsuspecting sisters to clean up or suffer the consequences of losing the planet given to them by their parents--creators of the universe.

Jungle Beauty Goddess Afar’s actions give a new meaning to the saying, “Hell has no fury like a woman scorned.”


I activated the divinity codes from the trees of knowledge because I wanted to be a hero, someone that my people could look up to and respect. Where did I go wrong? Please. Can you help me, Afar?”

“Dahling, you don’t want to be a hero. Let some common foolish humans do that. It is not a good look for a man of your stature. Heroes are the worst kind of predators, but oppressed people don’t know it because the hero is the middleman between God and the Devil. Heroes need people. People don’t need heroes. The word itself implies that someone needs to be a hapless victim, unable to navigate circumstances beyond their control. Heroes are predators who feed off people who have not awakened into the power of their inner god. Heroes need someone to feel inferior so that they can feel superior. They need things to be broken so that they can feel good about themselves by fixing them. Heroes are pathetic beings because humans don’t fear or respect them. They are only as valuable as their last good deed.

You assumed that you were helping people when you planted the seeds of civilization, and tricked them into cultivating and toiling the land to build their collective invisible prisons. You gave them the illusion of limited time and resources. This is the price for human evolution. You did this, Mada. This is all your doing. You can’t be the villain and the hero.



Cassandra George Sturges is the author of "A Woman's Soul on Paper," "Success & Beauty is an Attitude," "The Illusion of Beauty: Why Women Hate Themselves & Envy Other Women," and "Why Racism is a Mental Illness." For many years, she was an advice columnist for Today's Black Woman Magazine and is currently a full-time psychology and sociology professor at a college in the mid-west. She is a high school dropout who graduated with her General Education Diploma and eventually earned five college degrees including two masters and a doctorate degree. In her late forties, she began making life-size fabric sculpture, cloth dolls that turned out to be the main characters in her Jungle Beauty Goddesses coming of age, modern creation Nubian Mythology fantasy fiction, sensuous, romantic series. She is the mother of two adult children, a grandmother, and for over 20-years has shared her life with her twin flame.






Thanks for stopping by! Remember Author C.G. Sturges will be awarding a $50 Amazon/Barnes & Noble gift card via rafflecopter, so be sure to follow all stops and comment. Click on the flower below to enter for your chance to win!


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Meredith Winn
Meredith Winn
May 08, 2020

Cant wait to read it!


Victoria Alexander
Victoria Alexander
May 07, 2020

I'm looking forward to reading these!


James Robert
James Robert
May 07, 2020

I appreciate getting to read about your book. With sisters and daughters who love to read, this helps so thank you.


Marianne Judy
Marianne Judy
May 07, 2020

Thanks for hosting!

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