First Anniversary of “Eros and Ethos”

by Jason Stotts

It has been exactly one year sinceĀ Eros and Ethos: A New Theory of Sexual Ethics came out. So, I wanted to take a moment to look back on the year and how things have gone:

  • Sales have been pretty solid and they sit a little above 200 books now.
  • The reviews have been very good and E&E sits at a 4.5/5 stars on Amazon.
  • I’ve been interviewed twice now (here and here) and both interviews went well, from my perspective. (I’m still looking for interviews, so if you know someone who’s looking for guests, connect us.)
  • There’s at least one reading group that I know of that’s taking on my book.
  • I’ve given two public talks related to my books in Michigan and Colorado.
  • I gave a talk to a university “sex and love” class.
  • I’m hoping the audio book will be out in the next couple of months. There were some snags with its production, but they seem to be resolved now.

If you’ve already read it, take a moment and let your friends know. Word of mouth recommendations carry the most weight. If you haven’t read it yet, definitely check it out. I’m not saying it’s definitely life-changing (although it might change your life!), but it should at least provide you with some interesting things to think about. (You can read the introduction for free here).

2 Responses to “First Anniversary of “Eros and Ethos””

  1. Irfan Khawaja

    There’s a long review of your book in the most recent issue of the online journal Reason Papers:

    The journal has a “Discussion Notes” section, if you’re interested in responding. The journal’s policy is to give the last word to whoever initiates the discussion in our journal, in this case the reviewer.

  2. JasonStotts

    Irfan, thanks for the heads up! I’ll check it out.