Monday, October 29, 2012

Fifty Two Shades of Blue-ish Book Review

Fifty Shades of now you have all heard of it, many of you have read it, or you have strong reasons to not read it. I have read all three.  While the writing seemed rather primitive, it was a quick and easy series and got the blood flowing, if you know what I mean.

Karen S. Exkorn has released Fifty Two Shades of Blue-ish, a parody of Fifty Shades.  This book is full of humor and erotica.  What a mix! 

"The story follows the virginal Rachel Levine and her handsome hunk of man as they surrender to their sexual cravings, with a hunger for more than just matzah balls."

I can't wait to read it!

When Karen (the author) turned 52, she determined she was of the age to finally do all of the things that she was afraid or embarrassed to do in public. What is something you always wanted to do, but was too afraid to try?  What is on your "bucket list"?  I may lose some of my more conservative readers with this one, but I'm going to post it anyway :)  Who knows, I may gain some readers and may encourage others.  Some of you may know, and if you don't, you will now!  I'm a very plus sized person.  For most of my life, even as a child, I tried to lose the weight.  Diet after diet, fat camp, weight watchers, aerobics, walk away the pounds, fad diets, personal trainers, etc.  Nothing really worked.  In fact, over time, I got bigger.  One of the things I kept telling myself was "when I lose the weight and get to a "size whatever I felt I should be that I'm not now" I'd love to have boudoir photos taken, just for myself,  to prove I can be sexy.  Well, something clicked when I turned 40.  Why wait until I'm "size whatever"?  I may realistically never ever get there!!!!  I purchased some racy lingerie at my favorite plus sized store and when I was completely alone, I grabbed my camera and tripod and I took some photos.  And I liked them.  No, I take that back.  I loved them.  I shared them with some friends of mine on a private facebook group.  They loved them.  I was then asked to do some internet modeling.  *laughs*  Ok, so that wasn't my original intent.  However, I checked that off my "do before the zombie apocalypse" list that I'm working on.  I am thrilled to have my photos.  I'm not sure what I'm going to do with them, but what a self esteem booster they are. Here are a couple of the "safe for blogs and work" examples.


Oh, here's an excerpt of the book, if you'd like to read it.  

You can buy it on by clicking this link:

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