The Dirty Book
Club" author Lisi Harrison signs copies of her novel at 7 p.
Former nurse Amanda, 46, said: "My husband is hugely proud that I've followed my dreams but at the same time he is mortified that I have written a dirty book
and goes red when anyone talks about it.
For example, Jong's Fear of Flying was criticized as a "dull and dirty book
," and Roiphe's Up the Sandbox struck some critics as "too conventional.
For years Pershing Square has been one of the three or four places in America famous to homosexuals, famous not for its posh, the chic is round-heeled here, but because it is one of the avatars of good old masturbatory sex, dirty with the crusted sugars of smut, dirty rooming houses around the corner where the score is made, dirty book
and photograph stores down the street, old-fashioned out-of-the-Thirties burlesque houses, cruising bars, jukeboxes, movie houses; Pershing Square is the town plaza for all those lonely, respectable, small-town homosexuals who lead a family life.
It's going to be a dirty book
about what ladies like to do in bed'.
Meanwhile, Robin, best known for presenting BBC Radio Four show The Infinite Monkey Cage with physicist Brian Cox, was putting his foot down wonderfuly as far as apathy was concerned, while also treating us to a couple of classic extracts from his celebrated Dirty Book
1978 Joanie's flagging acting career swung back to success after this raunchy moment in The Bitch - a mucky movie based on her sis Jackie's dirty book
He will take early retirement and potter off to the golf course to enjoy the swill-gotten gains of my dirty book
w sex Either he has turned into a dirty old man or he has realised that a dirty book
is rarely dusty.
This fall marks the half-century anniversary of the first Grove Press paperback of Henry Miller's Tropic of Cancer, the edition through which that notorious dirty book
, first published in Paris in 1934, finally reached hundreds of thousands of American readers rather than handfuls.
At the same time, there's an innocence to House of Holes, which is (if such a thing is possible) a dirty book
without prurience, intended less to titillate than to amuse.
And today as the world revisits the storm Rushdie's little, dirty book
and Iran's fatwa unleashed back then, a lot of chest thumping and hand wringing is going on in the West.
The novel gives a wide panorama of the historical events of the time and of the new ideas that were blowing over the continent, although I am sure some might simply call it a dirty book
Rockefeller," "They'll Tell You Everything," "The Doctor's Wife," "A Simple Rotational System," "I'm Still in Love with My Zoology Professor," "That Dirty Book
," "Kinsey in the Eleventh Hour"
The self-appointed 'ladette' leader revelled in the cheap tackiness of TV show Something For The Weekend like a 13-year-old with a dirty book
, although even those who bothered to switch it on regarded it as utterly vulgar.