On My Nightstand  

rm_harshawj 52M
761 posts
6/15/2005 4:02 pm

Last Read:
3/5/2006 9:27 pm

On My Nightstand

Aside from the lamp, television and DVD remotes, and Kamasutra Message oils, there is usually a book or two resting on my nightstand. These books are constantly changing, but keeping with the themes I have been writing about, here are some books that have graced my night stand over the years and still hold a place in my library.

The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty;
A. N. Roquelaure (aka Anne Rice)

Beauty's Punishment;
A. N. Roquelaure (aka Anne Rice)

Beauty's Release;
A. N. Roquelaure (aka Anne Rice)

Exit to Eden;
Anne Rampling (aka Anne Rice)

The Pearl;
Anonymous

The Story of O;
Pauline Reage

Tropic of Cancer;
Henry Miller

Tropic of Capricorn;
Henry Miller

Delta of Venus;
Anais Nin

Lady Chatterley's Lover;
D. H. Lawrence

Woman on Top;
Nancy Friday

My Secret Garden;
Nancy Friday

The Joy of Sex;
Alex Comfort

More Joy of Sex;
Alex Comfort

Kamasutra (Oxford World's Classics);
by Vatsyayana Mallanaga

Sex and the Perfect Lover: Tao, Tantra, and the Kama Sutra;
Mabel Iam

The Illustrated Manual Of Sex Therapy;
Helen Kaplan (Based on Masters and Johnson Report, well illustrated)

The Kinsey Institute New Report on Sex: What You Must Know to Be Sexually Literate;
June Machover Reinisch

Zen Sensualism: The Union of Spirituality and Sexuality;
Dale Watts

When Two Become One: Enhancing Sexual Intimacy in Marriage;
Christopher McCluskey, Rachel
McCluskey


A Celebration of Sex: A Guide to Enjoying God's Gift of Sexual Intimacy;
Douglas E. Rosenau

There are of course many others as well, I always have a book about, be it about sex, physics, fantasy, Science Fiction, Horror or whatever. But I thougth these may interest you all. It is very good reading and informative.


rm_txrose4uNTX 58F
3289 posts
6/16/2005 6:32 am

Lady Chatterley's Lover
D. H. Lawrence

Too funny!! I remember, as a young child, going to the library room we had at our house and discovering this book. I certainly had fun reading it.

My Mom caught on to, eventually, what I was reading and suggested that I might be a little young to read it....but, I told her that she knew I loved reading bigger books and, besides that, she knew that I would eventually read it anyhows. She let me continue reading.



ps There were a lot of books in that library that I remember reading. Another book that was not quite so romantic but, very, very intense was the Gulag Archipelgio (sp?) - extremely intense book, especially at a very young age!!


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