Linguist, illustrative storyteller, and a passionate human rights advocate. She's been in love with beautiful words since she can remember. Besides writing, she's happiest when she's reading history, traveling, and learning about different cultures. Visit M.P. Capellán online at www.marciacapellan.com.
When twelve-year-old girls are tweeting about their boobs not being “big enough,” you know we have a problem. This book is about that boobless life in America; how society shames small-busted women and perpetuates the belief that when it comes to our chest, bigger is best. This will remind all women that they're more than their breasts, and they can certainly look their best in their "flat" chest.
Dolce is a young woman who, like a good millennial, values her sleeping time an awful lot. After several peaceful months at the same apartment, she meets her neighbors for the first time. From that moment on, her peace and sleep pattern are compromised -- and so is her mind.
Convinced by the praise she received from family and strangers, a young woman decides to attend model castings to test her luck. One of them leads to what she believes could be her big break, but what she encounters instead is a fraudulent scheme. This a story of deception, crushed dreams, shameless crooks -- and a lesson to be learned.