I enjoyed her book A Broken Ring. It’s about a woman’s self-discovery during a series of abusive relationships, something that a lot of people can relate to. Her character comes out in the end with a sense of empowerment.
Not surprising that someone with the fortitude to help others throughout her own challenge could create a story encompassing a journey leading to self-recognition and strength. I advise you to check it out. It’s an engaging read.
Claire is also an activist, helping to raise awareness about domestic abuse – boy I tell you – she’s someone to be admired!
Glad to be part of your blogging community Claire!
The pictures my sister took of me look like ass. I asked her to please not post them on fb. Oh, oh, but I’m just waiting for this one that she has to cyber-process or whatever that technical thing you non-Luddites do to turn a picture taken from an IPhone or a Uphone whatever, and transroll it into an email to send to me. It is a picture of my ass – no not naked. I’m wearing pants. ‘Memba, I said I wanted to take a picture of it to see how big it was after eating all that cake? Aw man you didn’t read my post did you? That’s okay. But when she finishes processing, depending on how I feel about it, I’ll post it! ‘kay?
[No transition whatsoever]
When I started blogging I thought all I had to do was write, lay back and collect followers. Whew! Blogging is a lot of damn work. I had no motherfucking idea! I also had no idea that it’s a community, a community of distinct personalities. I didn’t know there’d be so many of you out there. I went on the blog to tell people about my book, but it’s turned out to be fun! I’ve met some groovy people whose blogs I really dig. I don’t ever have to go out and socialize again – I can stay totally hermetically sealed in my apartment talking to you all in here forever…