Your sexuality IS embraceable! A book trailer

This is my dear friend August McLaughlin’s trailer for her new book! Awesome job, August xox

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Hello beauties!

I’m thrilled to share with you the Embraceable trailer, featuring me and eight of the book’s contributing authors. It was a blast to make, and well worth the learning curve. (I’ve never done anything quite like this!)

Special thanks to Gabe at Global Voice Broadcasting for making it shine. :D

Stay tuned for news on the paperback and virtual release party—coming soon! Wishing you a fabulous weekend. ♥


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Your reward for being so very patient and waiting for That English Lady’s cover reveal is finally here!

This was EXACTLY what I had in mind for the cover. I mean exactly! Giant KUDOS to Snow Leopard Publishing’s ultra-talented cover designer! He did an absolutely phenomenal job. See what you think :)

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That English Lady: Cover Coming SOON!

I would absolutely LOVE to give you glimpse of the beautiful cover design samples I received today from Snow Leopard Publishing’s extremely talented designer, but alas, I cannot.

The final version, which is coming very soon—almost there, don’t worry—shall be unveiled in the very near future. I promise you, it will be worth the wait. In the meantime, I ask for your patience and sustained support, as my fantastic publishing journey continues.

I feel privileged to be working with such a diligent, professional, and talented team.


Reassurance for Anyone Opting Out of Botox

August does it again with this superb blog. BRAVO! I agree with everything she has said here.

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Trust me, I get it. In a photo of yourself, you notice lines where there used to be smoothness, or deep crevices in place of faint lines. (“When did that happen?!?”) Meanwhile, continually more women are opting to freeze their facial muscles with Botox—and similar procedures—and regarding every crease that appears, society seems to scream, “Erase!” 

Now in my late 30s, I’ve lived in some of the most looks-centric places in the world, worked extensively in fashion and film and struggled with a severe eating disorder I’ve thankfully moved past. I now spend most of my time in the field of women’s empowerment. While my path hasn’t made me immune to “anti-aging” pressure, it has given me some helpful tools and perspective.

There's beauty and depth in aging. There’s beauty and depth in aging.

First, an important point: I am not out to shun anyone who chooses cosmetic procedures. I promise. Whatever a woman decides to do to her body or appearance…

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Ladybug, ladybug . . . [Original by Sorchia D]

I absolutely love ladybirds, as they call them in the UK. This is a sweet post by Sorchia. So warming to see people like her caring for our little wild friends :)

Ladybug, ladybug . . .

Why I Love Coffee

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I love coffee, too. First thing in the morning, especially when getting up on a cold day–words cannot describe! My coffee of choice? Folgers French Vanilla xox

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coffebagWhy do I love coffee..? Let me count the ways.
The taste of coffee is comforting and grounding.
When I drink coffee I feel a nostalgia that is hard to explain; a warmth.
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The aroma, the taste, the buzz, the culture, and the connections, all are worthy reasons.
In the morning coffee lifts me up and boosts my day.

I love the culture and variety of coffee:

I enjoy learning about the different countries that grow coffee.

I’m intrigued by different roasting and brewing techniques. I love the roasted nutty smell and taste of good coffee beans. Experimenting with coffee flavors and styles can be a lot of fun.

cupsI am fascinated with all the wonderful different ways to enjoy the incredible edible coffee bean.

Coffee is soothing on a rainy day, and melts away the brittle snow or ice of winter. When a day is full of hustle and bustle, taking the time to…

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Little catch up

My fellow author, S.C. Wright has something to say about getting published that I think we can all relate to :)

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It’s been a busy start to 2016 for me I think.  As of the wee, early hours of Morning morning, I finished book two of the Sanctuary series! Yesterday I set in progress the production of the cover for book one and the trailer has just been finished tonight.

After looking at the finalised version of the trailer the excitement has finally hit me.

I wrote a book. I’m getting a book published. And it’s going to be amazing.

I’m finally going to be a published author, and see my writing in print in a book.

I didn’t think it would be published when I wrote it. Only that writing would be a good way to pass 2015, so this acheivement has really made me excited. As I mentioned, book two has just started the editting processs and will be being sent of to publishers as soon as. I’m going…

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