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Seal It with a Kiss: Tips, Tricks, and Techniques for Delivering the Knockout Kiss Paperback – January 1, 2010
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"Seal It with a Kiss by Violet Blue is a great read. She takes you from getting things started to heating them up to leaving your partner wanting more. If you want to learn all about kissing, this is it." --Ann Andriani, All Sex Reviews
This book offers dos and don'ts, exercises and enlightenment and instructions on a huge variety of kisses. After reading this delightful little book, you'll want to grab your significant other and do a little practicing of your own. --BookWenches
"This book is the kissing bible." --Urban Outfitters
About the Author
Violet Blue is a Forbes "Web Celeb", Associate Editor at Laughing Squid, a high-profile tech personality and one of Wired's "Faces of Innovation." She is regarded as the foremost expert in the field of sex and technology, a sex-positive pundit in mainstream media (MacLife, The Oprah Winfrey Show, others) and is regularly interviewed, quoted and featured prominently by major media outlets. Violet has many award-winning, best selling books; her books are featured on Oprah's website. She was the notorious sex columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle. She headlines at conferences ranging from ETech, LeWeb and SXSW: Interactive, to Google Tech Talks at Google, Inc. The London Times named Blue one of the 40 bloggers who really count (2010).
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The book is definitely intended for heterosexual females. It's written in an "I'm your best friend" type of language, so it's nice and laid-back. It seem to be written towards heterosexual women in their twenties who are currently playing the dating field. Most of the tips don't seem to be focused towards those in relationships, but it isn't hard to modify the slight language nuances to apply to your situation. Males or homosexuals could also easily apply the techniques given in this book.
This book isn't chock full of amazingly unique ideas, but it definitely has its fair share of quite a few novel concepts. Some of the information is stuff I feel like I've read before online and in Cosmo/women's magazines, but some of the information is actually very informative. I definitely learned some good stuff by reading this book.
The book covers a nice variety of topics. It includes things like specific kissing techniques, types of good and bad kisses, how to turn a bad kisser into a good kisser, what to do about hickeys and stubble-rash, party games to play with group kissing or just couple kissing, "advanced" techniques like flavored lip gloss and how to share your food/beverage during a kiss, and how to make your lips appear more kissable. It also talks about more "mental" aspects like how to accentuate the teasing before a kissing, how to form a connection during your kiss, and how to create suspense.
Overall, Violet Blue has made a pretty detailed book that, while not all novel (after all, how many different ways can you kiss?), still includes a very big chunk of new information that will turn you into a better kisser.
Blue is funny, too, such as telling readers about the Zoolander kiss; "The Zoolander makes you feel like you're a pretty prop designed to make him look good as he poses, shifts, and gives his `sexy' face to the world while kissing you. Would he notice if you were gone? Probably not." Yes, she covers bad kissers too.
I like that she doesn't neglect kisses to other parts of the body than the lips, either. Personally, I'm a fan of the back and love kissing the shoulders, upper back, and also the chest.
Even if you think you're the best kisser in the world (I'm not that arrogant, but thought I knew the basics), you can learn how to make your smooches sizzle even more with these tidbits of mouth-watering advice. Bonus points: if you're an erotica writer, like me, you can also get some ideas for your next story, because kissing can sometimes be underrated in both real life and on the page. This book is both fun and informative and will, I hope, be beneficial to my boyfriend who is the recipient of most of my kisses!