Read the opening of the first story,
Flying Through China, as Annie Braverman kindly offers to loan her fantasies to the lovely redheaded but innocent China, while the guys watch baseball in the other room and await the results.
Susannah Indigo's first book, Oysters Among Us, a novel told through stories, is now available for pre-ordering, with publication on October 1, 2001.
Oysters Among Us follows the erotic and soulful adventures of a group of friends, from Boulder to San Francisco, with side trips to Barcelona and Rome, as they begin to answer the important questions of this millenium:
Can you be too rich? Can you have too much sex, and does it really count if it's only online sex? If you appear naked at the mall, is it always necessary to sing Amazing Grace? Are sex quests better than an everyday vision quest? Is it better to dance with snakes, or to follow the instructions on a Mary Kay sign when making love? What happens when grandpa starts counting back through his lovers and recreating the Book of Love? And in the end, when everyone knows their truths, has had enough sex to last at least through the weekend, and has reached toward their dreams, does the boom on the final flight represent danger, or the
Called a cross between Sex and the City with soul and the hottest writing around that can make you laugh at the same time it turns you on, Susannah Indigo's Oysters Among Us is a tour de force of erotic writing by one of our most talented writers today.
About the author:
Susannah Indigo has been praised by Marcy Sheiner, editor of both the Herotica and Best Women's Erotica series, saying "She's funny, honest, deep and writes wonderful characters. To me, that is the key to a story working. Any story really, erotic or not."
Susannah lives in Colorado, where she is a writer, editor and consultant.
Her work is widely published in magazines, books and on CD's.
She is the editor-in-chief of Clean Sheets Magazine, which publishes the best erotic writing, from porn to poetry, and is also the editor
of Slow Trains literary journal, devoted to fiction, essays and poetry, with great recommendations on things to read both on and off the Web.