Coming Together – Logos by Lisabet Sarai

Earlier this year I finally got a chance to meet the author, poet and all round legend, Lisabet Sarai. Not only is she a fantastic writer but it also turns out she’s a truly lovely person.

Lisabet has poetry in Coming Together in Verse and she’s been gracious enough to record herself reading Logos, a deliciously erotic piece of poetry. The book is officially released later this week but, for now, sit back and relax and enjoy this taster from the collection read by its author.

You can find it on CreateSpace at this link:
Contributors include: myself (Ashley R Lister), Alessia Brio, Victoria Blisse, Rachel Woe, Janine Ashbless, Liv Honeywell, AJ Chilson, Roy Clements, Katy J, Ashe Barker, Lisa Bower, PJ Bayliss, Geneva Rose, Jay Willowbay, Slave Nano, Lily Harlem, Kay Jaybee, KD Grace, Norbert Gora, IG Fredrick, Jade A Waters, Adrea Kore, Bella Settarr, Okami No Koga, Daniel Davis, Joanna Harrington-Cruise, Sophia Sophia, Le Petite Mortimer, Eleanor Meadows, Angell Brooks, L Hollamby, Blacksilk, CA Bell, Ian Jade, Tamsin Flowers, Ruby Red, Colin Davies, Desmond Field, Rachel McGladdery.

Please, if you get a chance, buy your copy today.

Slave Girls blog tour

This is an extract from a short story written by my alter ego, Lisette Ashton. The title is “Greens’” and it’s a saucy tale of arousal and discipline and satisfaction set in a haberdashery shop.
Green snapped the single word as Sarah placed her fingers on the door handle.
Sarah was a large girl. Monica had always used the word ‘cuddly’ when describing her. Green had overheard this euphemism once. He had laughed nastily and said, “That’s a fuck of a lot of cuddling.”
Monica supposed it was an accurate assessment.
“I have to get home, Mr Green,” Sarah said. “It’s my brother’s birthday and-”
Her voice trailed off as he walked to the shop door.
Absently, he turned the card that said OPEN so that it would have told late customers that Greens’ Haberdashery was CLOSED. He drew the bolt on the door, effectively locking himself and his staff in the shop.
Monica drew a low, heavy breath.
It was going to be one of those evenings. A tremor of raw excitement rippled through the inner muscles of her sex. She could feel her nipples tightening inside her bra. She felt momentarily dizzy at the prospect of what might happen.
I have to admit I enjoy writing BDSM stories. The tropes of the genre are fun and exciting and it’s always a challenge to make the material new and original without disappointing the reader or upsetting the delicate balance of how each character’s satisfaction should be achieved. Setting this one in a haberdashery shop, an environment that is replete with binding fabric, pins, needles and measuring rods, seemed to lend itself to a lot of the disciplinary aspects of BDSM.
There are lots of thrilling tales in this collection.
D L King has managed to collect work from respected writers such as Rachel Kramer Bussel, Sommer Marsden, Alison Tyler, Donna George Storey, Lisabet Sarai and many, many others. If you enjoy your saucy scenes when they’re sexy and submissive, you won’t go far wrong with Slave Girls. 

And, to see what else is happening on this blog tour, check out these links and dates below:

June 2 Rachel Kramer Bussel
June 4 Valerie Alexander
June 5 Nina Fairweather
June 6 Sommer Marsden
June 8 Victoria Behn
June 10 Teresa Noelle Roberts
June 15 Giselle Renarde
June 16 Lisabet Sarai
June 17 Graydancer
June 18 Deborah Castellano