Guest Post ~ Favorite Spots to Read by Adi Alsaid

  The beach– I don’t think this one requires an explanation. When I lived in Israel, I would start reading as soon as I arrived at the beach. When I started to get nice and sweaty, I’d get into the water and swim around until I was ready to go back to read. Over and over again until the sun set. Rooftops– Anywhere with a view. It makes those little breaks between chapters or at the end of a particularly good scene or even a great line so much more enjoyable. And finishing a book on a rooftop? Oh man. Read More

Guest Post ~ Songs I Couldn’t Travel Without by Adi Alsaid

This is a tough one, as I’m constantly listening to music during my travels. Lowering the windows of a car and blasting music is a crucial element to any road trip, and big headphones make staring out of a bus window feel cinematic. 5. California One/Youth and Beauty Brigade- The Decemberists URL: 4. I Won’t Be Found- Tallest Man on Earth URL: Estate Sale Sign- The Mountain Goats URL: 2. The Trapeze Swinger- Iron and Wine URL: 1. In the Aeroplane Over the Sea- Neutral Milk Hotel URL: Synopsis: Five strangers. Countless adventures. One epic Read More

The Poetic Art of Seduction by Clarissa Clemens

A collection of all 3 volumes of Clarissa O. Clemens’ erotic poetry book series, The Poetic Art of Seduction, under 1 cover! An erotic gift of lyrical rhyme to keep on every bedroom nightstand for play. Kinky yet classy erotic poetry painting sexy pictures and scenes with seductive words to read to each other and get the mood soaked in seduction. What critics have said about Clarissa’s poetry: “…A delicious dance with words…” “Impossible not to be aroused…” “…mouth-watering feast of erotic rhyme…” “…her words ebb and flow with a superb sensuousness.” “5 Stars is just not enough for this Read More

Guest Post ~ Why Airports Are Great For Writers by Adi Alsaid

One of my ultimate go-tos for inspiration is people-watching, and there’s no greater place than an airport to people watch. The sheer mass and diversity of people, the potential for imagined stories. I could sit at an airport and watch for hours even if I didn’t have a flight. I have done that, actually. When I lived in Vegas, sometimes I’d go to the airport baggage claim with a friend and some coffee and we’d try to guess where everyone was coming from, try to decipher airport codes we weren’t familiar with.   Airports offer the freedom to observe. You Read More

Guest Post ~ Top Things to Pack – Top 5 Travel Reads by Adi Alsaid

Things to pack 5. Books 4. Notebook/pen 3. My “I wish I could fly” penguin t-shirt for airplane days. 2. If it’s a road trip, snacks. Not much else. I prefer to keep it light.   Top 5 Travel-Themed Reads/Books to Read on the Road With Friends like These by Danny Wallace- A very funny man—the author of Yes Man—decides to revisit long lost friends across the globe. A touching and entertaining read about the things worth traveling for. Timbuktu by Paul Auster- A canine protagonist will teach you more about loneliness and how to be okay with it than Read More