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#1 International Bestseller - We Thank You!

Posted on March 19, 2018 at 8:00 PM

THANK YOU for making our book a #1 International Bestseller!

Modern Heroine Soul Stories is at the top of the charts in Canada and Australia right now, and at an exciting #2 in the UK - WOW!

But the very best part is that now we can support even more women around the world improve their lives since we are donating all book royalties to Women for Women International.

Please help us in continuing to spread the good vibes and share with more people! <3

The Kindle version is on sale for only 99 cents USD right now.

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Give with us on #givingtuesday

Posted on November 17, 2017 at 9:05 AM

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Receive a free Kindle download for you &

Benefit women worldwide

1. Buy one or more paperback copies of Modern Heroine Soul Stories on Amazon (U.S. site only).

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2. After purchasing a paperback copy, download the Kindle version for FREE. You'll see the free download on Amazon like this:

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3. Benefit women worldwide with every paperback purchase for #givingtuesday!

All book royalties donated to Women for Women International.

Thank you for giving big with us on #givingtuesday!

Offer Details:

- Offer available only on in the United States.

- Paperback copy must be bought from Amazon directly and no other vendor.

- Paperback copy and Kindle download must be completed through the same Amazon account.

- Free Kindle download only available until November 30, 2017.

- One free Kindle download per a purchase, no matter how many paperbacks are purchased.

- Offer available through Kindle Matchbook program. Please click on link for more questions.

First Donation Made to Women for Women International

Posted on October 7, 2017 at 3:05 AM

Yay! We're so proud to tell you that we just donated $1000 to Women for Women International from our "Modern Heroine Soul Stories" book sales!

Thank you for your support!!

Please continue to spread the word about our special book and ALL of the incredible messages in it!

We hope these 24 essays inspire and support YOU on your path....just as this book can support more women around the world improve their lives.

"Modern Heroine Soul Stories" is available online through all major book retailers --

be sure to tell your favorite ladies and soul sisters about it!


Posted on September 23, 2017 at 4:40 PM


By Lauren Goldstein

"What do I want? Those four little words were something that I never really gave any great thought to until about eight months ago.

I finally realized that I had spent the past 29 years of my life on auto-pilot without really noticing it. Then someone asked me what I wanted, and I was lost. I had no idea where to start.

I guess sometimes in order to start, you have to go back, so let me take you back in time to where my first life dream began.

I was four years old and sitting on the plush carpet of my bedroom with my childhood dog, Murphy, sitting patiently in front of me. A stethoscope was in my ears as I listened intently to his heart, with a line of stuffed animal patients waiting for Dr. Lauren to check them next. I was practicing being a doctor on this captive audience since it was what I wanted to be when I grew up.

Well, I thought I wanted to be a doctor; I really just wanted to help people. So at the ripe age of four, I thought it was my only option in life and it stuck. It stuck until I was 24.

But all of that was about to change on this February morning."

Have you had a life dream abruptly change - and then felt lost as you created a new one? Read Lauren's exploration of discovering what she wanted in her life NOW that was ultimately a better fit for her life and heart.

Read more here

{All book royalties are being donated to a non-profit called Women for Women International to support more people around the world in practical ways.}



Posted on September 17, 2017 at 4:25 PM


By Erika Elmuts

"My husband woke up, turned over in bed, and announced our marriage was over.

In a matter of days, I had packed up my entire life, moved myself and my daughter into a new home, regrouped, and began anew. I had gone from having a roof over my head, a partner who supported my vision, and being able to focus on being a mom and building my business, to having less than five months of living expenses in the bank from my marriage settlement.

At the time of that unexpected divorce, I had thankfully discovered my life's purpose and passion: helping families live healthier and more abundant lives. I was a regularly featured expert on local news stations in San Diego. I had been on a national television talk show and numerous radio shows, and was collaborating with other thought leaders in my industry.

The seeds I had planted in the early years had begun to sprout, and it was an exciting time.

After my divorce, I continued to follow my business plan, which was to continue to build my online community of parents and launch my parenting course that I had been working on for almost a year. I had more television and radio appearances. I was interviewed on NBC's The Today Show, and The New York Times asked me to write an article.

I saw all of those opportunities as a sign that I was in alignment with what I was here to contribute to the world, and my task was to show up, work, and trust what came my way.

I had lined up four massive opportunities. If any one of these four came to fruition, I would be in great financial shape. Except that didn’t happen.

I went from being hopeful, empowered, excited, and eager, to not sleeping a wink at night, judging myself harshly for being in this situation, questioning my path, and feeling desperate."

When survival is on the line, it is easy to sink down into despair and feeling powerless. Yet Erika proceeded ahead with a focus on her core values and priorities, which helped guide her through this time. Discover what she did and how it could help you on your path during times of uncertainty, too.

Read more here

{All book royalties are being donated to a non-profit called Women for Women International to support more people around the world in practical ways.}


Posted on September 9, 2017 at 5:15 PM


By Alice Brooking

"So here I sit, a 24 year old pregnant woman who is finally embracing what it means to step into herself and the sacred feminine energy.

The continuous journey of self-discovery has led me down many interesting pathways, though they all lead to the same destination... love.

When I was growing up, I had some serious issues with becoming a woman. I couldn't stand it when my mother said “bra” or “bikini.” In short, anything that represented womanhood would bring up feelings of shame. I would stare at myself in the mirror and feel a deep-seated guilt for being in a woman’s body.

In my teen years I had no respect for myself. I just didn't care. I was ungrounded, drinking too much, doing too many substances, and eating terrible food, all with the mindset of “woe is me.”

I began to hear the whispers of my heart again. It took me a little while to listen to the gentle voice of my intuition but I finally heard it.

It was time to start respecting myself."

What happened next as Alice moved into embracing her feminine power and self more fully? Read how her willingness to love herself more prepared her for the joy of becoming a mom and the next important phase of her life.

Read more here

{All book royalties are being donated to a non-profit called Women for Women International to support more people around the world in practical ways.}

She Face Her Feelings of Failure

Posted on September 2, 2017 at 4:50 PM


By Devon Telberg

"There really isn’t any particular event that could be called a tragedy in my life, yet I’m able to talk about failure because enough events have happened that have caused me months and years of thinking about it.

At 12 years old, my childhood friend publicly rejected me, and I spent the next year and a half eating lunch in a bathroom stall to avoid the cafeteria.

At 16 years old, my first boyfriend dumped me for no reason and triggered another year and a half of feeling alone and lonely.

There have been many other stories in my life with the feelings of failure: losing a job, being really poor, losing another relationship. Every few years something happened in my life to trigger a feeling of deep hopelessness and loneliness.

Most recently, it was losing two jobs and not being able to find anyone who believed in my abilities.

Writing about the failures in my life makes me feel that they should be over, and that I should have grown past them. But I haven’t.

The reason I spend so much time in a perceptible depression is actually me holding on to the experiences to analyze them, and make sure they never happen again. I want to be beyond that failed relationship, that failed job, and that failed situation. I have had to take a lot of breaks from being employed just to deal with my emotions; even I can see it’s not very constructive.

Perhaps I’m too thoughtful for my own good. I’m smart, capable, sufficient, and strong; but I have felt completely debilitated when overly focused on my disappointments.

It has gotten to the point where it’s overwhelming me."

So how does Devon move through these inner feelings? She connects with a new understanding of her struggles that will hopefully inspire you on your path, too.

Read more here

{All book royalties are being donated to a non-profit called Women for Women International to support more people around the world in practical ways.}



Posted on August 27, 2017 at 4:40 PM


By Dominique Jaramillo

"I call my first conscious experience of my true Self my "Popeye Moment."

This breakthrough occurred during an enlightenment intensive where I spent three days asking the question, "Who Am I?"

After two days of alternating every 10 minutes between contemplation and asking the question of myself, and then sitting witness for another person’s inquiry, I finally said, "I don't know! I am what I am!"

Yes! It was that simple! I felt this surge come up from my gut, and before I knew it, I was bent over in bliss, holding my stomach, laughing hysterically.

I remember walking around the retreat center that night vibrating from head to toe.

I laid on the grass looking up at the stars feeling totally connected to everything above and below me, and yet completely free and liberated. I was on a natural high and I never wanted to come down.

I finally had a visceral experience of God, Universal Love, and my Self as That! I am what I am.

But enlightenment is as fleeting as it is spontaneous.

You can have a profound epiphany about who you are in a moment and be forever changed. But in order for a new truth to be fully realized, and the benefits of it sustained in any real way in daily life, one must keep asking and moving through the layers of pain and struggle that come up to challenge that truth."

Dominique continues asking the big questions about her life and path, and finally discovers peace and acceptance through an ancient practice that speaks to her heart. Can that same wisdom support you now, too?

Read more here

{All book royalties are being donated to a non-profit called Women for Women International to support more people around the world in practical ways.}

She Learns The Beauty In Pain

Posted on August 20, 2017 at 4:35 PM


By Brenda Quintero-Lombardi

The beauty in pain is real. Pain is a very real, raw emotion that takes time to fully understand. It is the soul’s way of telling us that we need to start over, change and re-ignite our hearts. Because of my pain, I have more beauty and wholeness in my life now than I ever imagined being able to possess.

I credit it to my experiences and my surrender to my Higher Power, which to me is God.

My pain began at the age of 12. A family member suffered from severe mental illness which was later diagnosed as bi-polar disorder.

I grew up feeling fear that stemmed from their drastic mood swings that went from the highs of a euphoric “I love the world!” to the lows of “I am going to scream, yell, and break everything in sight!” I remember that during the worst of it, my parents were even afraid. Imagine being a child and the two people whom you look to for protection can’t even control the situation.

The worst night was when I saw my father get pushed down half a flight of stairs. I watched, hopeless and petrified. From that day on, my childhood was gone. To endure this household I was taught to be a good girl and be quiet. Stay in your room, do not be the cause of the mood swings, and do not express your emotions. My world was silent on the inside and exhausting on the outside.

Finally, at the age of 20, I was able to go off to college and get an education. I felt free.

But freedom was very scary at first."

Continue on Brenda's journey with her as she discovers her power to choose happiness and follow her dreams while also embracing more of her power and truth.

Read more here

{All book royalties are being donated to a non-profit called Women for Women International to support more people around the world in practical ways.}

She Finds Her Power By Being Forced Into Battle

Posted on August 12, 2017 at 4:25 PM


by Alison Baughman

"Yes, people say mean things on social media and life is too short to argue with stupid people, but what I encountered in 2015 changed my mind about that.

Nothing can prepare you for the day when you discover you are being crucified on social media and it is especially difficult when you are a public figure. When you have based your entire career on helping others and truly believe that you reap what you sow, you cannot help but be in disbelief that this is how the Universe rewards you.

Yes, I was mad at God that day and in the darkest days to follow.

My story begins by telling you that I am a successful professional #Numerologist and have built a career spanning almost two decades. Honesty, integrity and dedication are of the utmost importance to me.

I have done thousands of Numerology Readings, taught Numerology to hundreds of students, and worked hard to make the world aware of the insights Numerology has to offer.

Yet being successful also made me a target."

So how does this online attack unfold and lead to an incredible turning point in her personal power?

Continue reading in our new book where we share more #soul stories that support stepping into YOUR power by getting to the heart of what you are learning and healing.

Read more here

{All book royalties are being donated to a non-profit called Women for Women International to support more people around the world in practical ways.}