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Sex Ray Specs Paperback – March 1, 2014
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About the Author
Sword carrying Buddhist author of transgressive homoerotic fiction, Sessha turned to writing full time after a twenty year stint in video production editing, scripting and creating motion graphics. Her novels include Strength of Will and the Shinobi Saga – Geisha, Shadow Wolf and the soon to be released Ripples. Her short stories will soon be released in the anthology Sex Ray Specs. Her Celtic fairy tale Amadan na Briona is part of eightcuts gallery's Once Upon a Time in a Gallery exhibit. Her short story The Poetry Game is included in New Sun Rising:Stories for Japan, an anthology for tsumani relief. Originally from Belfast, she lives in the States with her husband, son, a very old cat and too many swords. Read more about her work on her website http://sesshabattousai.com or follow her on twitter @SesshaBatto
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Her homoerotic stories span centuries and cultures, and they always leave me gasping, mesmerized, pulled into the riptide of emotion and sensual response. You have to read each gem in this collection to appreciate how one writer can so tellingly explore the spectrum of the human sexual psyche.
Adjectives come easily, yet no words can fully describe how a transgressive writer pulls and tears at the deepest threads that hold our secret sexual cravings together. Sessha is an Arachne, masterful weaver of words. Spider Woman, a writer whose time and fame will come.
Sex Ray Specs, homoerotic fiction, may not be to everyone's taste, but if you are adventurous in spirit, I think you can find much to your liking in this collection.
Sessha Batto is a true wordsmith. Her collection of dark M/M literary fiction dazzles the reader on many levels. Each short story spins an elegant, sometimes dark, sometimes violent tale which shows Sessha's mastery of the written word.
Expand your literary horizons - step into this reading adventure and open your heart and mind.
This may be a collection of m/m dark romance but I didn't find that isolated the reader in any way. It's told with such aplomb that I was no longer aware of their sexes but rather invested in the outcome and their journey as each tale unfolded. There's a ghost story I just loved. I cared about the heartbreak forced onto a couple pressed to follow tradition rather than their hearts, and I really adored the concept of drawing your lover and having their shadow come to life to touch and kiss you. Wow this author's imagination is chilling and visceral and so very exceptional. I can't recommend this enough!
The reader is put through a gamut of emotions. Love lost, love gained, tragedy, humour, sadness, delusion and more. From Eastern landscapes into Western, through a Celtic realm into times past and present, beyond reality into dreams and myth, I’d say here is a tale for suited to each of us.
Loved it, and loved the author’s no frills no fuss approach. She uses her words well. In my opinion, every tale is pure poetry, and yet every tale is simplicity itself. Lovely work and well worth reading. In a strange way, I feel as if sat with a sage and listened to words of wisdom. Thank you. Sessha – I’ll be back for more!