For publicity and media requests, please contact Michele Langley at Berkley at or give her a shout at 212-366-2153.

For speaking engagements and special appearances, please contact Sharon Bowers at The Miller Agency at

If you loved the book (or even liked it) and just want to share, feel free to spread the news! Here are five ways you can spread the news.

1. You can post a review on
2. You can email this website to your friends.
3. You can visit her page at Here is the link: (not yet, be patient)
4. You can invite her to speak or just email her to chat.
5. You can shout it from the rooftops (Charla has tried that one and her voice doesn’t carry all that far, but give it a go).

To reach Charla, email Please note that if you emailed Charla before March 10th, she didn’t receive it. She feels terrible and is convinced that throngs of people have emailed her and that due to a technical glitch said emails are floating in cyberspace somewhere. Please try again if your first (or second) email bounced back and/or went unanswered. She’s trying to stay on top of it all, but she is new to this, so some days are better than others.



“Charla Muller is the Lou Gehrig of postmarital sex.  Or maybe the Louise Gehrig.  Whichever it is, I thank her for her inspiring journey.”    —  A.J. Jacobs, New York Times bestselling author of The Know It All: One Man’s Humble Quest to Become the Smartest Person in the World

“This makes Morgan Spurlock look like a wimpe for just eating McDonald’s food for 90 days.” —  Celia Rivernbark, author of Belle Weather: Mostly Sunny with a Chance of Scattereed Hissy Fits due out in August 2008.

 “Charla Muller’s book touches on every issue that contemporary women deal with today – faith, family, body image, career, and, yes, intimacy.  There is no doubt she has more to come.”  — Betsy Rosen, national marketing consultant