Her sassy novels are now entertaining millions of readers worldwide, along with her knowledge and expertise in relationships with her first book of nonfiction, A Bird's Eye View, which was released in March 2011.
Stephanie's second book is another nonfiction title- Sex, Lies and Twitter: The dark side to how Twitter can change one's life forever, continues to feature Stephanie's sassy and witty humor, but the picture Stephanie paints is the reason she has become an anti-bullying advocate. Imagine looking for maybe the chance to find love and romance on Twitter, only instead to get bullied, mocked, and humiliated not only by the guy you were fond of, but also got attacked by numerous people on Twitter because of these guys!
Stephanie has also published a collection of poems internationally as well as at "The Hopper House" in Nyack, Ny where she was part of a poetry group.
Stephanie is currently working on writing her novel called " The List," and a comedy book called, "The Cat Diaries," She also has a mini series called, "My Tiara Is Giving Me A Headache," which is available for download on the Kindle and other devices. Stephanie's long awaited first fiction novel, "The Diary of a Drama Queen as Told By Cinderella Herself" is available in paperback and on the Kindle and other devices.
Imagine what would happen if a victim of cyber bullying got a chance to not only confront her attacker, but got a chance to finally get the social justice she's been striving for since day one of her humiliating torture, while also educating others about the harm cyber bullying can cause? Stephanie's anticipated 3rd non-fiction book, "Victim No More" which has already been released, has been reviewed as "Compelling"
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Victim No More
By Stephanie Dolce
Published: October 16, 2012.
Thanks to social media, our lives will never be the same again.Ten years ago, no one knew what the phrase “social media” was, let alone how it would impact our lives. This book tells the true story of how social media has turned our life upside down, tips for parents on how to help curb cyber bullying, and sheds some light as to how social media is really viewed by companies & professionals.
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