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The Reviews Are In !

WONDERFUL READERS REVIEWS BELOW: I couldn’t put this memoir down and looked forward to reading it every day until I sadly finished it. I think everyone should read this book. What a woman. She lovingly takes you through her journey from childhood to now- all of the struggles and triumphs; her artistic process and transitioning into the woman she was born to be. She addresses important issues on transphobia, discrimination, otherness, mental health and misogyny in society. It is heartbreaking and enlightening, funny and smart, honest and emotionally intelligent. Walk… Read more The Reviews Are In !

My Creative Life.

I have rarely felt this alive. Writing this thriller, this story pulled from what I wish to read, is having an effect I had not imagined, it’s deepening my understanding of people, of how we act and react to trauma. In my process of creating this fictitious world, I have had to do plenty of research, on a variety of topics, from things like car models to pine tree air fresheners and speaking at a University, or the trauma of this event, that situation, so on and so forth. I… Read more My Creative Life.

Promoting an extraordinary editor and writer.

Dawn Renee Greer helped me with my memoirs which have now been picked up by a traditional publisher, so if you require editing help, check out The Purple Semicolon. Thanks to Dawn, my writing career has taken off and I am now writing my first thriller. So, if you are wanting quality editing, you might want to get in touch with her at: The Purple Semicolon. I know she came through for me in as big way.

Excerpt from the French version of my Memoirs.

Longues marches.     Une grande partie de mes souvenirs de jeunesse est entourée d’un brouillard dans mon esprit. Une de ces parties est claire, mais le reste n’est qu’un brouillard de sentiments, de craintes et de perspectives dépressives. Peut-être qu’il s’agit de la façon qu’a l’esprit de lâcher prise des choses qui ne nous servent plus, ou peut-être qu’est-ce juste les effets normaux de devenir une vieille femme ?      Pour moi, c’est douloureux  de penser à moi en tant qu’enfant, adolescente et adulte avant la transition.Cela impliquait de penser… Read more Excerpt from the French version of my Memoirs.

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