Curvy computer science major Layla Harper has no problem with who she is. She does have a problem with guys who think she is easy because she’s fat. And drop-your-panties-sexy Alden Cortland just became her #1 problem.
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Eat the Damned Cupcake is a collection of essays, personal stories, and anecdotes in which June Stevens Westerfield shares lessons she’s learned but wishes she’d learned earlier in life, and just basically gives her unvarnished and unfiltered opinion on a few things.
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Telling stories and helping people. Covering topics from feminism to fat acceptance to mental health to geek fandoms to brand identity to author marketing, and beyond.
You name it, June will talk about it. Except for religion and politics. Just kidding, she’ll probably talk about that too. Monthly shows starting February 2019.
Read my WIPs as I write them.
Brazilian. I cursed the word. Not the Brazilian people, of course, but the waxing procedure some sadistic a-hole invented. And I cursed Amy for introducing me to the concept and talking me into undergoing the Machiavellian procedure. My tender vittles hurt. I shifted...read more
The other day I posted a blog post, and before it went live to everyone, I had my Bestie check it out. She said "I love the post, but I hate the picture you put with it. You need to change it." This was the picture: I asked her why she hated the picture? I thought...read more
“Ugh. This isn’t helping at all,” I said to the still-green apple hovering over my head. Quiet meditation surrounded by my garden had always helped me clear my head when problems arose in the past. But these days trying to quiet my mind just seemed to lead me deeper...read more
I’m not what I seem. What people see on the surface—delicate features, ready smile, and white-blonde hair—belies something dark inside. Something buried so deep that even I don’t know what is. All I know is it’s crawling its way to the surface. The dark thoughts...read more
Introductions Are Stupid Just a couple of days ago I took one of my earliest published novels over to my neighbor. As we sat on her front porch she opened the book to peruse it, as people usually do. She flipped past the title page and landed on the introduction....read more
"Layla, this is Jenna McAllister, the clothing designer and adviser for my photo shoot project," Alden said, introducing the blond woman. "Nice to meet you," I said, taking her proffered hand. Amy cleared her throat next to me. "This is Amy." "Her best friend, and...read more
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