Kizz & Tell is a combination of item #17 on my Life List (Develop an erotic fiction web site) and a continuation of the G-spot column I used to write at The Women's Colony. From fantasies to frank discussion I'm just trying to re-create a really great conversation with your friends. I hope you'll join in!

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Enter!

Many of the people, places and things I have in the pipeline for The Resource Room I first learned about at Blogher back in August. In the tumble of information that happened after the conference I wound up following Epiphora on Twitter and then put her blog, Hey Epiphora, in my reader. (I know all the cool kids don't use readers anymore they just read when someone pimps an entry on Twitter but I can't do that, it messes with my Twitter rhythm. I'm content sticking here in the mud.) So I haven't "known" her very long but here is what I know.

She's funny and honest and you don't want to make her angry. She knows what she likes and she knows how to get it. She reviews porn and sex toys and she doesn't do it lightly. If something isn't working for her she doesn't dismiss it out of hand (or cunt) she tries again and tells you the (nearly) scientific results of her experiments. Her Jack Off Journals are not to be missed! I wish there was one every week.

I chose to bump this recommendation up in the queue because her web site is having its 2nd Anniversary and she's doing a huge, HUGE, giveaway to celebrate. (Full disclosure, I can and will use this blog post as an entry in the contest. If that bothers you I think you'll forgive me when you see all the amazing stuff she's got for the giveaway.) I urge you to blog, tweet, comment, pat your head and rub your belly, bat your eyelashes, whatever you need to do to enter.

But before you do, take a spin around Hey Epiphora. You might just see something you never knew you wanted until she showed you. That's what happened to me.

*Photo is from Flickr Commons and is not associated with Hey Epiphora in any way except that I enjoyed it as a graphic for this post.

4 comments:

  1. See, this can be a problem for me as I have limited time on the internets when I am alone and can process without the ever watchful, very observant and perceptive fruit of my loins. If I spend so much time reading I have little time for getting ready for work.
    (Please don't stop)
    Maybe I need to get up earlier.

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  2. @Naomi - this is why many of my friends-with-kids have laptops and locks on the bathroom door(s). ;)

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  3. Awww, this is so sweet!!

    Also, people don't use readers anymore? Really? Why have we regressed?

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  4. Every word the truth!

    I read somewhere (Blogher, maybe?) that readers were on the way out. Not for me!

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