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My Sixth Book

I know it's cliche, but OMG (meaning, Oh my goddesses) I'm so happy today. After a lengthy and energized discussion about race, at the family dinner table Sunday night, I woke up and finished my 6th book on Martin Luther King's Birthday. In fact, the last section is called "Woke."

I will be sharing more on this soon-to-be-released title soon, but wanted to share this incredible news with you today! I say incredible because it took about 14 years to put this book together and go through my personal journey - which is still very much a work-in-progress


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The book is "Earth Mama's Spiritual Guide to Weight-loss." It should be released sometime this spring or summer!

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  1. Well done Stephanie! I agree, completing it on MLK's birthday is meaningful!

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    1. Thanks so much Susan and great hearing from you!

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  2. My goodness, congratulations Stephanie :)

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    1. Thanks! Writing is such a labor of love. It's nice to share the results, when there's finally a finished work!

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  3. Wow! Congrats. Sometimes the longest journeys are the most rewarding.

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