The UPS truck delivered something today that brought tears to my eyes: my own hardcover copy of the book Sexting including a chapter by lil’ ol’ me. Gale Cengage Learning approached me a year ago about including a blog post of mine, Sexting highlights society’s issues with privacy and shame, in one of their textbooks. I agreed to publication with a writer’s fee and copy of the book. They complied with a check and a copy of the book as promised. My article appears as chapter two titled “The threat of sexting has been exaggerated” on page 15 of the hardcover edition. The book is part of the At Issue: Social Issues series.
Here is the Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data:
Sexting / Stefan Kiesbye, book editor.
p. cm. — (At issue)
Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 978-0-7377-5161-1 (hardcover) — ISBN 978-0-7377-5162-8 (pbk.)
1. Internet and teenagers. 2. Internet–Safety measures. 3. Teenagers–Sexual relations. 4. Electronic mail systems. I. Kiesbye, Stephan. II. Title. III. Series.
Purchase At Issue: Sexting on Amazon.com.
I am excited to be a part of this compilation and I look forward to reading the other chapters!
2 responses to “My sexting blog post published in the book Sexting by Cengage Learning!”
I put all the publishing details in the blog post. Everything you need to order the book is right there. 🙂
Wow there is even a book about sexting! I want one! Email me the details on how to secure a copy. Thanks