December’s Reader of the Month: Is “One Hot Tamale 25.” I picked her because she comments frequently, often offering a new perspective that makes me think. And there’s the fact that I just love her screen name. I’m going to reward her with a free 6 month subscription to the Coupley life tracker. This online software is a digital journal that couples can use to chronicle important milestones and send one another romantic messages. It costs $10 a month, but the site’s owner offered one free subscription to this Hot Tamale. One Hot Tamale 25: I will be in touch by email with details on how you can redeem this prize.
Future Readers of the Month: Now that I have this nice little feature that keeps track of the number of comments people leave (check the right sidebar to see), I will, in the future, pick the Reader of the Month from one of the top 10 commenters. Of course, I will exclude myself. I can’t, at the moment, figure out how to get the plugin to ignore my comments on the site. Anyone?
Tomorrow is “Don’t Read This Blog While at Work Day.” Yes, that’s right, the long awaited follow up to the How to Give a Blowjob post will be coming your way tomorrow. It’s a guest post written by a dear friend, someone who is a true expert on the topic. She’s used her skills to give more than one woman 10 repeat orgasms, and she’s going to share how to do just that with you. In her must-read (but not while at work) post, you (or your partner) will find out everything you need to know about cunnilingus.
How my strip tease went. Aren’t you more than a little curious about whether or not I was able to pull off the strip tease gift to my husband? You can read all about it here, in my sex column at Sex Is magazine. By the way, on deck is a column about my most recent experiences at a strip club. Do you want to know what REALLY happens at such places? Then stay tuned.
A professional journalist, Alisa Bowman is the author of Project: Happily Ever After, a memoir of how she saved her marriage, and coauthor of Pitch Perfect, a must-read if you've ever had a sense of dread tie up your insides before a speech, presentation, or conversation. If you enjoyed this post, you will no doubt love her updates on Facebook and Twitter.