Her composition textbook, Juxtapositions: Ideas for College Writers (2005), is in its third edition.
The Dating Elevator: Pushing the Right Buttons and Moving from Floor to Floor (John Rowan, Purdue University and Patricia Hallen, Purdue University). “Crazy in Love”: The Nature of Romantic Love (Mary Beth Yount, Duquesne University). I’m Dating My Sister, and Other Taboos (Kristie Miller, University of Sydney). Just Pushy Enough (Anne Barnhill, Johns Hopkins University). Buy My Love: On Sex Workers, Gold Diggers, and “Rules Girls” (Kyla Reid, University of Sydney and Tinashe Dune, University of Sydney). Series Editor Fritz Allhoff is an Assistant Professor in the Philosophy Department at Western Michigan University, as well as a Senior Research Fellow at the Australian National University’s Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics.Is our man really a Prince or really a frog and does our love carry the power to change him?The writers of those stories just might have had a point; women have been in the business of trying to “fix’ men for centuries.Healthy intimacy, however, is characterized by more than romance, intensity and sex.It can be difficult for anyone who is not a love or sex addict to understand how love or sexuality can be exploited or evolve into destructive patterns of addiction and compulsion.