Am I the only one who has moments where I’m fairly certain my head is about to explode from all the stress? And that it will be a turn for the better if it does? Unfortunately, it’s somewhat inconvenient to have your head explode, plus the resulting clean up is a serious time drain. What’s a better solution? Manipulating the world into bowing to your greatness, of course. Yes, okay, that’s a bit of a lofty goal, but if you give yourself enough attitude and shovel enough irreverence at all the grief life throws at you, you can actually manage to feel pretty damn good even when you’re getting pummeled. And quite frankly, we all deserve to feel like the goddesses we were born to be.
*Includes a forward by Olympic athlete Kara Goucher, one of the most inspiring people I know.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Four-time RITA® Award nominee and Golden Heart® Award winner Stephanie Rowe is the nationally bestselling author of more than twenty published books with major New York publishers, including HarperCollins, Grand Center and Harlequin. Stephanie has received starred reviews from Booklist and high praise from Publisher's Weekly. In addition to her new non-fiction title, she is also published in romance (paranormal, contemporary and suspense), teen fiction and middle grade fiction. A former attorney, Stephanie lives in Boston where she is actively working on her next project. For more information on Stephanie, visit www.stephanierowe.com.