Posted by on Mar 9, 2010 in Sex, Life, & Hannah Book Series | 2 comments

saving-the-world

Sometimes I feel like I need to explain myself. Especially to people who haven’t read my books and just see: SEX in the title. Or maybe they read a risqué excerpt and immediately put the entire series in the soft porn category. Or they read a blog post about me recommending a vibrator and think my next career move is working for the Pleasure Chest. People, you know who you are (DAD!). Did I just write that out loud? I did, because last week I got a bit of a lecture via email from my dad about the “type” of books I was writing. Well, what better way to clear the air than to blog about it to the world. Express your thoughts, expose the truth, and empower yourself. Because THAT is what Sex, Life, & Hannah is really all about: Expressing yourself and being honest so that you can be empowered and get everything you want out of life.

Since we’re talking honesty, I didn’t set out to write a Girl Power book. I wanted to write a fun and frank book about love and relationships, and yes, sex. Because these three things shape so much of your life and who you are (they sure as hell continue to shape my life). We seem to always be talking about who we’re dating or who we wish we were dating, or why we just can’t seem to figure out how to have an orgasm with a man. And if we’re not talking about that, we’re talking about the job we love to hate, or how to give a good hand job (stay tuned). We’re talking about this stuff because it resides in our most intimate thoughts; those thoughts that make us most vulnerable and effect whether we sulk or strut. So we want to feel like we’re not quacked up, and that other people understand, or have gone through what we’ve gone through. When we can relate or others can relate to us, we feel…normal. If there is such a thing, but regardless, when we feel like we’re not alone we start feeling better about things and that we can get through even the most unpleasant hurdle. So whether I intended it or not, Sex, Life, & Hannah WILL make you feel better about things.

To wrap this up I’m going to give away the ending of the book series: Hannah becomes an independent, confident women that gets everything she wants. You know why? Because it’s possible. We all have the power to shape our destiny and be truly happy. It doesn’t matter where you come from or what situation you are in right now–you have the power to change it. And if you don’t know how, read Sex, Life, & Hannah and read this blog because they will help you figure it out.

p.s. Dad, I hope you understand now that your daughter is just trying to do her part to save the world.