As an avid horror reader in my teenaged years, my mother would often caution me about how much of “that trash” I read, to be careful I didn’t fill my head with horrors so terrible that it tainted my soul. My mother is quite religious and thus the “taint your soul” aspect of her cautions were almost inevitable. Her argument was that we become what we fill our hearts and minds with. Thus if I read too much horror stories, I would become horrible myself.
I guess there might be a certain amount of logic in that. Lately,
I only just finished “The Sex Diaries” and I have to admit that it’s a quirky book – in both concept and composition. At first, I thought it might be rather risqué but the more I read the more I realized it wasn’t all that bad at all.
The basic premise is a couple in therapy with a sex therapist and the story is told via their respective journals – which are supposed to be “sex journals”.
Of course, the topic is adult in nature and I would probably rate it at about a PG-16, but
The Sony Pocket, Daily, and Touch are all gone and in comes the new Sony Reader Wi-Fi. Sony has been in the ereader market for a while now but their newest edition comes with perks some consumers may find irresistible.
The new eReader includes built in Wi-Fi, 2GB of internal storage, a 6-inch touch-screen with E ink Pearl display, weighs 6 ounces and is only 0.35 inches thick and is most comparable to the new Barnes & Noble Nook Touch Reader.
While some consumers may be happy the device includes a headphone jack to listen to audio