Monday, April 21, 2008

Lexy Harper's review of Abundant Ministries

Preach on, my ‘freaky’ brother!

Freaks like me will love this book, I visualize the men jerking off all over the sexy photographs as they browse through Euftis’s no-holds-barred writing and the women making mental notes to try some of the freaky shit themselves.

Euftis exposes the hypocrisy and the cauldron of seething sexual desire hidden behind the four walls of many churches. The ‘brothers’ and ‘sisters’ who only attend church regularly to feast their eyes on the pastor or some other member of the congregation. The ones who employ only the missionary position in the marriage bed…and every other position when they are getting their freak on extra-maritally.

Euftis is growing as a writer, every new book is better than the one before and if you loved his previous work this one will blow your mind. By the way, I have seen photographs of his friend Sergio and every time he mentions anal sex I pray that these stories are only loosely based on his life. If not, I take my hat off to those brave women who look that monster in the eye and still spread their cheeks!

Lexy Harper
Author of Bedtime Erotica

Sunday, April 20, 2008

I'm in the dictionary....LOL

I’m in the dictionary...
I periodically google myself to see who is talking about my work or adding my free content to their sites.

I was amused today to find a quote from Off the Chain Volume 2 has been added to the Wikipedia to help to describe the word, "twerk".

to twerk (third-person singular simple present twerks, present participle twerking, simple past and past participle twerked) To twitch or jerk.

2005, Florence Hall Abssi, The Call [6], page 613:
"He twerked an eyebrow at his wife."
To move the body in a sexually suggestive twisting fashion.

2005, Euftis Emery, Off the Chain [7], ISBN 1411630475, page 73,
Gaea then stood up over me and turned so that her butt was facing me. She then had the nerve to start twerking.