I am the author of eight books and the editor of 5 anthologies for the Hysteria Writing Competition.I am also a Social Entrepreneur and Founder (CEO) of The Hysterectomy Association. I'm a professional speaker and in my day job a Business Change Manager and trainer.
The 3rd Edition of LinkedIn Made Easy has been fully revised and expanded to include the latest updates to the network in July 2013. New sections include how to set objectives and put a strategy in place. New chapters show you how to use the opportunities presented by the brand new profile layout, company pages, LinkedIn Today and much more.
The secret to using Twitter more effectively is to send the right message to the right person at the right time. The problem is you often don’t know what the message is or who it should be sent to. Which is why need to have a strategy and Broadcasting Powerful Messages with Twitter is your ideal Twitter guide
Losing the Woman Within explores the emotional impact that a hysterectomy may have on a woman; on her sense of self and her significant relationships. It covers the things that can create emotional distress after surgery, the types of emotions a hysterectomy can invoke and the effects these can have on such things as sexuality.
This book of real-life stories has been drawn together from many that have been shared with us over the years. They show that whilst every experience of hysterectomy is unique there are common threads and themes running through them. Other people’s stories help women feel less isolated. They show that they aren’t going mad, missing the point or stupid.
The Pocket Guide to Hysterectomy offers you simple, easy to understand information about hysterectomy, the menopause and hormone replacement therapy. It talks you through the various gynaecological complaints that might lead to hysterectomy and explains the most common alternative options.
Hysteria 1 is an anthology of the winning stories and poems submitted to the Hysteria 2012 Short Story and Poetry writing competition. Each of these entries reflects a different aspect of the things that are important to women and we share in the up’s and downs of events which span both time and female experience.
Hysteria 2 is an anthology of winning stories from the Hysteria 2013 writing competition. The stories span cultures, some you will be familiar with and others you won't. They cover a wide range of experiences that affect women in today's 21st century world.
Hysteria 3 is an anthology of winning stories, flash fiction and poetry from the 2014 Hysteria Writing Competition. Each contribution is designed by the authors, writers and poets to entertain, stimulate and provoke the reader. The anthology also contains invaluable advice from members of our judging panels in this, and previous, competitions.
Hysteria 4 is an anthology of all 30 winning stories, flash fiction and poetry from the 2015 Hysteria Writing Competition. Each category has 10 fantastic winners that all challenge women to reflect and review how they think about life. It also contains invaluable advice for writing competition entrants from a few members of our judging team.
Hysteria 5 is the anthology of all 30 winning stories, flash fiction and poetry from the 2016 Hysteria Writing Competition. Each of these outstanding entries are written by the authors, writers and poets to entertain, stimulate and provoke the reader. Every year we work with the same loose theme, things of interest to women.
Hysteria 6 is the anthology of all 30 winning stories, flash fiction and poetry from the 2017 Hysteria Writing Competition. Each of these outstanding entries are written by the authors, writers and poets to entertain, stimulate and provoke the reader. We have no set theme beyond the broadest of statement ‘what interests women’.
The latest 2017 edition of this invaluable book has been completely revised and updated providing all the essential information, support and advice that will help to make your hysterectomy a happy one.
Woman on the Edge of Reality tells the story of Rosemary who visits Cornwall for just one week in September and not only discovers a love of picking blackberries but also revisits the reality that is her life and the role she has had in how it has worked out. In the process the Rosie that has always lain within emerges and she becomes whole once more.