This was a fascinating listen. The author comprehensively covers the female body and orgasm and details exactly what women can do together with a partner or alone to maximize their sexual experience.
The discussion of the chakras and how opening them through the various means detailed in the book enhances sexual experiences was truly eye opening. It definitely changed the way I look tantric massage and has inspired me to investigate the subject further.
I loved how the author discussed many of the experiences he had with helping women to fully embrace their sexuality. Each case was different but imparted an important lesson that can be applied in every woman's life.
I also loved that the author also discussed the male orgasm and how tantric methods apply to men as well.
I thoroughly enjoyed the entire book but I think my favorite chapter was Chapter 14: Tantra Quickies. In a time starved world this provides numerous options which each take only ten minutes.
The narrator, Marie Helene, was the perfect choice. Her sultry voice leant the perfect tone to the material and made the book a true joy to listen to.
If you're looking for a thorough, intelligent, well written guide to the female orgasm you have found it in this book. I definitely highly, highly recommend it to women and men alike.
This is an amazingly useful book for anyone who fantasizes about writing professionally.
There is excellent, practical advice about helping your writer's mind think in a writing way, overcoming writer's block, and generally lubricating the thought to words-on-paper process.
The book mixes instruction and advice with autobiographical tidbits that keep the reading interesting. There is advice and instruction on the practical aspects of writing professionally, including how to choose a copy editor, how to choose a publisher, and why you really do need an agent before you will make a living with your writing. There are also sections on self-publishing and e-publishing which are very much up to date.
Susie makes it clear that writing professionally is hard work and the money will come in slowly after many years of actually writing and writing and writing. If you are one of those people who "wants to be a writer" but never actually writes anything prepare for a slap in the face. Stop dreaming of eventually writing a home-run novel on the first try and retiring to your own island in the Caribbean. It's not going to happen. Just start actually writing.
Oh, right, the "dirty book" part. It's in there too. Fun and funny reading with practical advice from an expert. But really, this is a book about writing professionally. Susie narrates the book in her chuckly way which can sometimes be distracting but she speaks professionally and the reading is clear and lively. Despite the title, the book is not intended to titillate so don't expect much in that department.
If you are interested in writing professionally on any topic you will find this book extremely useful.