Tessa Buxton knew she was going to be a writer pretty much as soon as she discovered the comma. Inspired by the work of Jayne Fisher, she’s been writing since she was a small child, finishing her first novel at eleven.
Published for short stories and poetry by the age of fifteen Tessa then took a time out from publishing, but not from writing, whilst she garnered herself an advanced education in literature to better improve her work. She currently lives in Derbyshire with a small dog who owns her completely, an internet connection and new publishing credits to her name.
She has a novel currently available with Eternal Press called East of the Sun, as well as short comedy story called Fey. She is better known as the fan writer Seraphim_grace and her copious amounts of work can be read at seraphim-grace.livejournal.com.
by Tessa Buxton
In Japan a war is brewing, the ancient Samurai are rallying for one last attempt to convince the Emperor that he has terrible advisors. Sena is a calligrapher and it only affects him because it's his lover who is going off to fight, instead Sena must stay behind and remember and wait for his return.
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