Hi. Several readers have suggested I join Goodreads, as it's a great place to interact with readers. Sounds great. I'll give it a shot and see how it goes. I'm already doing stuff on Facebook and Twitter, so I'm hesitant to add another time-drain to my life, but we'll see. In any case, I wish you all a great 2011. Sex at Dawn The Prehistoric Origins of Modern Sexuality by Christopher Ryan
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Published on January 03, 2011 14:06 • 501 views • Tags: christopher-ryan, sex, sex-at-dawn
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message 1: by J. J. (new)

J. J. I know what you mean by having too many time-drain websites! The main difference here is that you probably won't get as many flippant, meaningless responses like the ones that tend to pile up on twitter and facebook.

message 2: by Christopher (new)

Christopher Ryan I should mention that I did a Q&A on Reddit, which was pretty fun. You can see it here: http://www.reddit.com/r/AMA/comments/...

message 3: by J. J. (new)

J. J. Oh, wow. I've been getting into reddit lately. Very nice.

message 4: by Jodi (new)

Jodi Moran Just finished Sex at Dawn via Audible.com and want to say THANK YOU!!

Got it after hearing your interview with Cooper & Co. Enjoyed listening using my iTouch while I commuted and ran.

(This being a public forum, I'll leave it at that.)

message 5: by Laura (new)

Laura Thanks for sending me the link to this account! I agree--you'll probably get a lot more genuine feedback here; I haven't been spammed or "trolled" on goodreads like FB/YouTube/Twitter are prone to, and I find Goodreads reviews to be more genuine/legit (maybe because we aren't so anonymous) than, say, Amazon (which I review on, too, but don't trust for books--too many non-readers/users commenting on things they have opinions about that aren't based on actual experience).

Glad to find and "fan" you on here.

I love the reddit q&a. I've preached the importance of the questions asked (and partly answered) by this book to everyone, from liberals who are refreshed and enlightened to *some* conservative Christians (the ones not shocked by words like "cock" meaning... the 70+ers I'll let retire in ignorance instead of threatening them with cardiac arrest).

Thank you so much for digging in and doing the hard work to make sense of so many eras of senselessness!

Laura B.

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