I wonder if this is how students saw me when I walked around campus?
Unfortunately, my wife reminds me that she once overheard two of my students (circa 1999) that were sitting in the hallway after class talking about me. Apparently they thought I wore my khakis tight -- I admit it, I did -- and that could only mean that I had to be gay.
Sorry fellas. I might read poetry, but gay I have never been :)
Doug Brown's Just Do It should be better than Charla Muller's 365 Nights.
After all, Brown writes for a living, and the book does a lot of the things I was hoping Muller's would do. For example, Brown actually does describe the sexual encounters with his wife.
But the descriptions grow pretty monotonous.
Brown does include specifics on things they "try" to enhance the experience: toys, lubes, locations, positions.
Brown also includes a lot more dialogue, and on the surface, that should be a good thing. It should be good to hear what his wife is thinking along the journey... unfortunately, it's impossible to know who is "speaking." Doug and his wife sound exactly the same in the dialogue portions, and Doug doesn't really go into his own "deep thoughts" (probably because he knows his wife will be reading the book??).
After a while, I just wondered why I should care, and perhaps that's the main problem I had with both Just Do It and 365…