FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7 (6pm ET/3pm PT) This week on Kroll Call, it’s everything you wanted to know about sex… but weren’t afraid to ask. It’s an hour of giving you love and romance advice. Our panel includes Jeremy Helligar, the author of the book Is It True What They Say About Black Men?, All My Children actress and new author Terri Ivens, and sex and relationship expert Mukee Okan. Plus, host Dan J Kroll weighs in with his thoughts and comments.
Author Jeremy Helligar has spent the last eight years living abroad — in places like Melbourne, Cape Town, and Thailand — and he’s learned a lot about dating. Now he tells his tales of love, lust, and language barriers in his new book, Is It True What They Say About Black Men? Jeremy dishes the top five things he’s learned.
Then we’re Going To Bed with Terri Ivens. The actress and talk show host has added author to her already multi-hyphenated title. Terri discusses her novel, The Buzz: Pointing Fingers, a story about a high school girl who dreams of finding love and fitting in. Terri is selling autographed copies of her book on her web site, terriivens.com
Jeremy and Mukee will also take part in a panel discussion that will take listeners’ calls, tweets, and emails with questions about love, romance, and sex. We’ll answer your questions on-air. You can submit your questions in advance on our special submission page or you can call in during our live show at 866.472.5788.
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USEFUL LINKS AND TOPICS FROM THIS EPISODE
Order a copy of Terri Ivens book The Buzz: Pointing Fingers
THE MUSIC “Sexual Healing” by Marvin Gaye; “Man Size Love (7 inch version)” by Klymaxx; “Sleeping Single” by Roxette; “I Want Your Sex” by George Michael; “Let’s Talk About Sex” by Salt-n-Pepa