Chalker updating the model of female sexuality
This may result in the series Jumping the Shark if the replacement isn't very good, but at least you have closure.
Worse would be if the series just isn't popular enough to justify going through the effort to find a new author, leaving fans to wonder What Could Have Been.
Unfortunately, the dude only managed to finish 24 tales before he suffered an insurmountable and permanent state of writer's block commonly known as death."A Fandom's worst nightmare: A creator dies before completing their work, leaving it orphaned.
If readers are lucky, the author had enough warning or foresight to keep notes on their plans for the rest of the series or at least fill someone else in on the most relevant plot points, so that their work can be continued by another author, or possibly even several.
Anyway, if you're into sexuality and understanding the human anatomy and how to give or have better orgasms, then this book has value. The other half is devoted to describing in excruciating detail the author's own new age journey to get in touch with her "inner goddess" including mutual masturbation camp and playing dress-up with sex activist Annie Sprinkle.
Please note that this trope applies when a creator (writer, director, etc.) ceases work on a project, not a participant (actor, well... Also note that since all creators are mortal, this is not merely when creators die, it's when they die with works still in progress.The clitoris has been dismissed, undervalued, unexplored, and misunderstood for hundreds of years, but the truth is out there, and internationally celebrated sex educator Rebecca Chalker has found it.In The Clitoral Truth, Chalker offers the only mainstream, in-depth exploration devoted solely to women's genital anatomy and sexual response.Enhanced with personal accounts, comprehensive illustrations, and a thorough appendix of female sexuality resources, this book helps women and their partners understand and expand their sexual potential and work toward becoming independent sexual beings.Rebecca Chalker's establishes an avowedly feminist viewpoint in her manifesto on women's sexuality, a combination of history, anatomy, and self-help, intended to empower women to realize their own sexual potential.
We sympathize, but technology keeps improving and we have to keep up, too.