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That financial and material success would help determine love and happiness. What were three works of art — book or painting or piece of music, etc — you can now say, had a great effect on you and influenced your own development as a writer? I was obsessed with the movie all those years ago, and twenty years later read the book. I read it just before I started writing my own, actually. Dominance and submission between consenting partners intrigues me… And of course Bryan Ferry and Roxy music — Avalon!
This song gave me the title for my series. He has a very sexy voice. Considering the innumerable artistic avenues open to you, why did you choose to write a novel? I started the novel about 20 months ago, when I had no strength due to a bout of glandular fever, so in some ways I believe it chose me rather than the other way around. I have always kept journals and always loved losing myself in a good story.
One that pushed all perceivable boundaries but still had a good storyline. It was like living two lives simultaneously. I could finally understand how people became so passionate about their hobbies. Please tell us about your novel Destined to Play … I was looking for more than virginal heroines — my protagonist is a mother of two and has a successful career. After a few glasses of champagne in his luxurious hotel penthouse, he presents her with an intriguing offer: stay with him for the next 48 hours and accept two extraordinary conditions.
She knows he will challenge her every inhibition, but she soon finds herself seduced into a level of surrender — and danger — she could never have imagined.
What do you hope people take away with them after reading your work? That there was more to it than sex! Hopefully it provokes some frank and fascinating discussion, as it has with my family and friends.
My mother was one of my earliest readers! A fleeting thought passes through my brain wondering when our relationship became so plastic, so platonic ,,, I have too many things on my mind to delve further and quickly wish them all a wonderful adventure as he dutifully places my bag in the car and I wave goodbye, blowing kisses to the kids from my window as the taxi pulls out of the drive, airport bound. I keep saying to myself to little avail. My mind is in a state of complete distraction today, which is highly unusual.
I hear the captain speaking, good weather, clear flight path, not expecting any delays. Flight attendants are telling me to put my seat belt on and tray up for take-off as they do every flight.
It's not like I don't know that for goodness' sake, I think, my irritation surprising me. But of course, I do what I'm told expeditiously as I don't want to cause a scene. I reluctantly put my notes away and close my eyes momentarily as the plane slowly manoeuvres toward the runway.
I feel my chest rising and falling lightly with each breath. Jeremy's face flashes through my mind, his gorgeous cheeky smile and smoky green, seemingly bottomless eyes ,,, his lips gently kissing my neck ,,, his fingers lightly caressing my nipples ,,, then teasing them to life ,,, What am I doing?
I force my mind to a screeching stop. This is absurd. I force myself back to the here and now and suddenly notice we are in the air and the seat belt sign is off. I breathe a sigh of relief. Now, back to my lecture. I talk myself into believing I am disciplined enough not to let my mind wander off for another second.
I am good at being disciplined, I tell myself. I run an organised house, career and life overall.
I love my family and my work and have studied long and hard to achieve what I have. Dr Alexandra Blake. I work between the business world and academia given my studies in both commerce and psychology.
This combination has worked well for me financially and I am forever grateful that I am one of the lucky people in life who love their work and are passionate about what they do.
Enough of self-talk and affirmations ,,, I need to think about the presentation today. Once again, I ponder the topic of the lecture which I will be delivering to approximately people in just a few hours' time.
This fact finally snaps my mind to attention. I consider using some additional questions and challenges to open discussion and promote their thinking. I like the idea so I note down the following points on my notepad to use for the end of the session. How important is visual perception to your mindset? How much do you depend on visual stimulation to interpret your world?
What senses do you believe would most compensate for a lack of visual perception? Given research shows that body language - a visual sense - accounts for more than 90 per cent of communication between people, the significance of these sorts of questions becomes exponential. I'm feeling much calmer now that I am once again absorbed in my work.
The rest of the flight goes smoothly and I arrive on time at the University of Sydney. It's been too long. It seems to be very difficult to draw you away from the south isle.
I guess time flies when you are having fun. You have certainly been busy on the research front. We're looking forward to your lecture this afternoon. Thank you so much for your support in bringing this together. Do you have time for a quick lunch with some colleagues before you take centre stage?
It feels good to be back. At lunch with Samuel, I reflect on what an honour it was to have him oversee my PhD. He specialises in defensive passive and aggressive behaviours in the workforce and was instrumental in developing my thesis. His global connections both in the corporate world and academia are second to none and his knowledge is immense. He's recently been working hand in hand with the Brain and Mind Research Institute, which enables him to analyse many of his revolutionary hypotheses about behaviour and sexuality in the field of neuroscience.
I find his work truly fascinating and being with him today allows me to see how passionate and absorbed he has become in this branch of his research. I find myself reflecting just how much of an impact Samuel has had on my career. The support and the sage advice when it all became too hard, made me feel obliged to hang in there for both him and the future rewards. He drives his PhD students hard and wants no stone left unturned. I smile internally at those years of insanity and frustration, pleased I completed them and relieved they are behind me.
Samuel had offered me a senior lecturing position at Sydney University and was not happy when I turned it down for a similar role at the University of Tasmania.
He taught me so much, I felt indebted to him, but he understood my reasons, that it was a lifestyle choice, particularly with a young family in tow. He promised he would stay in touch and support me both professionally and personally, and he has definitely been a man of his word. Samuel was instrumental in getting my research on visual perception off the ground and more recently became my chief academic sponsor, which is how I come to be presenting this lecture series today.
I'm touched that he has taken the time to introduce me to his team of, in his words, 'elite researchers', who appear to be hanging on his every word. I suppose I looked the same way when I was a new postgrad.
Brad, Max, Denise and Elijah, all of whom are doing fascinating work within the world of psychology and neuroscience.
It makes me feel alive, interacting with kindred folk again. It certainly isn't the type of discussion for the average dinner party. Very quickly the specifics of their research unfold and it would be remiss of me not to say I'm more than a little astounded by the path that follows. Given the calibre of people engaging in the impassioned discussion, the comments fly around the table almost too fast for me to assimilate.
Lack of funding has impacted the ability to provide coherent education on the study of women's sexual behaviours. We are hoping to change that. Even though this concept of the female orgasm has been recorded in literature throughout history?
The hypotheses are many and varied so we are now conducting more research on the neurological connections to help develop our theories further. I quickly shake my head to dislodge the disturbing image penetrating my brain.
I notice I have barely touched my lunch; I'm so caught up in the flow of the discussion. Samuel eventually concludes: The research is still highly subjective, personal and seemingly dependent on each woman's individual experience of orgasm. We can only aspire to develop a more consistent approach regarding our research and conclusions. I had no idea the topic was still so contested medically and in some areas considered career and research 'taboo', for want of a better word.
How it is possible that the female orgasm is so under-researched, when the male orgasm is considered scientifically and psychologically a fait accompli is frankly shocking to me, to say the least. I can't quite believe what I'm hearing, and indeed wouldn't have had it not come from the mouths of the people seated around the table.
I manage to quickly swallow a few mouthfuls of food before Samuel and his crew wish me luck as we pack up and make our way toward the lecture theatre. I'm sure the team would love to share some of the insights of their research so far.