I’m excited to finally be able to share with you the first book trailer for “My Letter to Fear: Essays on Life, Love and the Search for Prince Charming.” The video combines video snippets of me (don’t worry, they aren’t too long) and clips from the staged-reading in September (which still thrills me). Clips feature
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Much to the surprise of everyone around me, though probably even more of a surprise to myself, right after writing Stalling Tactics, I went back to dance class. In fact, I’ve been to three now—only missing one when other commitments and a deadline got in the way. I suppose it isn’t really accurate to say
A friend sent this to me in an email yesterday: http://www.foxnews.com/health/2013/10/22/v-steam-controversial-facial-for-your-reproductive-parts/?intcmp=obinsite Oh, ladies. What are you doing? It’s not enough that waxing, tattooing, bleaching and vajazzling have become part of your worlds, but now you are going to spend your days blowing hot air up your hoohas?
I get a lot of emails trying to sell me stuff. One recent one was a coupon for a discounted rate to learn pole dancing. Don’t worry—I am not about to go on a rant about pole dancing. I understand that it can be a great workout. I get that many people, soccer moms and
Top 10 Reasons Vajazzling has me concerned: I originally heard about this process from an ER doc. One word: extraction. I’ve heard women say that they do this to feel better about their vaginas. Far be it from me to take away something that makes you feel better about your body, but it didn’t occur