by Marcia C. Dibble
Former AEI client Suzi Parker appeared on Dr. Phil 1/25, and mentioned her book Sex in the South: Unbuckling the Bible Belt, which AEI is producing at Lifetime. Beth Henley (“Crimes of the Heart”) will commence the script when the WGA strike ends.
From Dr. Phil.com:
Suzi Parker, author of Sex in the South: Unbuckling the Bible Belt, and DrPhil.com viewers share their opinions about the swinging lifestyle.
Dr. Phil introduces Suzi Parker, author of Sex in the South: Unbuckling the Bible Belt, who has been studying sex in the Southern suburbs for years. She says, “Don’t be surprised if that prim and proper friend of yours has a stripper pole in the basement to escape from her good-girl world.” He asks her for her thoughts.
“Especially in the south, I think people have a tendency to hide their desires a little more than may be in larger cities,” she says. “I think it’s the society that the people in the South live in, because on every corner there’s a church, and so it’s always a reminder that what you’re doing, or what you want to do, is a sin. It’s naughty. But then there’s this urge to do what you want to do.”
Sex in the South is available for purchase on Amazon and in bookstores.
In this debut novel, Rowie Shakespeare, a beautiful redheaded psychic (from a long line of beautiful redheaded psychics), gets hired to deliver weather forecasts at a high-ranked New York television station. Her abilities include flawlessly predicting the weather, reading palms, and seeing into the future during a kiss. Although her first gift got her the job and her second gift helps save lives, her ability to see a man’s romantic future after one kiss has doomed her love life to failure. That is, until she kisses her one true love and feels... nothing. Continue reading….