This is 4 women on a Google Hangout talking about stuff - mainly books of the 'Vaginal Fantasy' genre. (?)
Lots of guys watching live (recorded Jan 30, 2012), based on the live Twitter mentions they referenced (one of which I reference in the title - "Still wondering if this might be some kind of trap."). Personally, I'm glad it's an hour and 17 minutes - because I can't decide which one of these women talking about sex I'm more attracted to.
Next episode I'm taking notes.
Does this spell the the end of Network Television production for the late morning and early afternoon market?
From my point of The View, hopefully.
From Felicia Day's Youtube Channel - http://www.youtube.com/user/feliciaday/videos
Felicia Day (@feliciaday)
Kiala Kazabee (@kiala)
Bonnie Burton (@bonniegrrl)
Veronica Belmont (@veronica)
Twitter tag "#VaginalFantasy" 'trended' #14 at 1:00AM and up to #12 at 1:40AM, world wide on Twitter during the broadcast (porn is quite popular) -
See Twitter-trends history site Tweedotco - http://www.twee.co/topics/vaginalfantasy )
Book reviewed: "Grave Witch" by Kaylana Price
GoodReads Vaginal Fantasy Hangout page - http://www.goodreads.com/group/show/62938.Vaginal_Fantasy_Hangout
February "Vaginal Fantasy" Book Club book is:
"Silent in the Grave (Lady Julia, #1)" by Deanna Raybourn (http://www.goodreads.com/group/show_book/62938.Vaginal_Fantasy_Hangout?group_book_id=530820.)
Next episode of the "Vaginal Fantasy" Book Club Hangout:
Monday February 27th - 8pm EST
- to view, add Felica Day to a circle in Google+ (https://plus.google.com/110286587261352351537/posts) and you'll see the notification in your Google+ sidebar when the Hangout starts.
NEW! from Felicia Day, and the producers of "TheGuild" - "Geek and Sundry" Youtube Channel - http://www.youtube.com/user/geekandsundry/videos