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Desire Lines

Anna Sansom

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Description

Are you ready to go on a journey with desire?

Desire Lines is for any woman who wants to know more about who she is as a sexual being, and who longs to express this part of herself on her own terms. She does not want to simply reflect back the image of sexuality she has been shown by society. She is ready to find out her own sexual truths and to step into these - seeking out and following her own, unique desire lines.

Through sharing stories of her own sexual journey, along with evocative erotica and reflective questions, Anna invites you to explore and create a map of your own desires. Bold, challenging and inspiring, Desire Lines contains graphic language and descriptions of sex and sexuality, including kink and BDSM, gender and body non-conformity, lust and love.

"Anna is willing to go to her edges when writing and courageously brings through themes and ideas that perhaps other writers would shy away from. She gives voice to those who may have been reluctant to share their own stories, and challenges the reader of Desire Lines to explore their own desires and get to know their sexual self." Nicola Humber, mentor to Unbound women, and author of UNBOUND

Anna is a former sexual surrogate partner and wrote the Sex/Life column for DIVA Magazine for two years. Her published erotica includes short stories and a full-length novel. Frustrated by the limited and restrictive portrayals of women's sexuality in the mainstream media, she is driven to offer alternative perspectives. Desire Lines provides a unique and insightful way of looking at sexuality by exploring the themes of our desires, rather than focusing on specific fantasies. These themes (our personal desire lines) help to reveal who we are, what we need, and what we want, to thrive as sexual beings.

This book was a co-creation with Lilith the untamed, intuitive and free aspect of every woman.

Anna Sansom, 9781916087545, 216pp.

Publication Date: September 9, 2019