Susie starts off the show with a tribute to Jack Morin, PhD, author of The Erotic Mind, who recently passed away. Morin was pivotal in studying men's pleasure and advancing sex education. He also developed a survey that dealt with unlocking the inner sources of people's sexual passion and fulfillment. Susie knew Jack and took his survey years ago, finding it to be an enlightening experience.
Next, another example from the stranger-than-truth department. Susie saw an ad on Craigslist that takes the cake. Chad Leslie Peters writes that he's willing and looking for someone to have sex with for his book project. The ad goes on to say that the book will "detail every aspect of a mutually-agreed to romantic affair". Oh, and one more detail: he gets to keep any money made from his book's sales. Sounds so enticing, doesn't it? Let's see how many takers he gets!
Finally, Susie has another new and sexy audiobook for us to sample. It's The Invisible Heart: An Economic Romance by Russell Roberts. Susie says this book has got to be the only romance ever endorsed by Milton Friedman. What? It's about the throbbing passion in finance. Two lovers, one a economics teacher and the other an English teacher, find that opposites attract, and they love to talk about the free market as they get down and dirty. The audiobook is narrated by Kirby Heyborne.
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