Another unusually frank writer about sex is also a rather improbable one: Jane Juska, who wrote a book last year for Villard about her experiences after she advertised in the New York Review of Books as a 67-year-old, keen on Anthony Trollope, who was tired of living a celibate life. The account of her resulting romantic adventures, A Round-Heeled Woman, received both attention and good sales, and now Random's Susanna Porter has signed Juska for a sequel. The deal for world rights was made with Juska's newly acquired agent, Jennifer Rudolph Walsh at William Morris, and Random's Clare Tisne has already sold it in the U.K.