The Art of Kissing
Published 28 Sep 2017
Size 148 x 104 MM
The dictionary says that a kiss is “a salute made by touching with the lips pressed closely together and suddenly parting them.” From this, it is quite obvious that, although a dictionary may know something about words, it knows nothing about kissing.
In this rediscovered classic guide, originally published in 1936, Hugh Morris expounds on the wonderful ritual of osculation (better known as kissing). He explores why people kiss, how to prepare for a kiss, putting variety into your kissing, as well as some popular naughty kissing games. In his guide, you will discover a range of kisses, including the French Soul Kiss, the Eyelash Kiss, the Nip Kiss, the Dancing Kiss. You’ll come away from this book wanting to discover the pain-pleasure of the Vacuum Kiss, include your friends in Electric Kissing Parties, and please your paramour with the Surprise Kiss! So, gird up your loins, pucker up your lips and let’s to the kissing arena!
'Book clubs should be participatory, not passive. The Art of Kissing is a call to action that cannot be ignored. Our book club will never be the same.' --Reader