I’m super grateful by all of the support I’ve received from my #NYFW, Every Woman Deserves an Accessory, book promo. You guys downloaded a lot of books! Thanks.
A major goal of mine as a writer is to increase my readership. I really get a kick out of seeing where all my books are being read. Below are some of the countries outside of the USA, that downloaded my book this past week:
Major shout outs to my readers in:
This makes me want to travel to each of those countries even more now. Hopefully, that’ll be soon.
P.S. If you didn’t get to download a free copy of my ebook, no worries. You can still join in on the fun, but there is a slight cover charge. But, it is worth it! Now I’m back off to write.
It was so amazing watching Serena Williams beat Maria Sharapova, who she’s beaten 16 straight times in the last decade, to win her 6th Australian Open championship title. Serena Williams has now won a total of 19 grand slams. She is simply not just the best in her generation, but bound to become the greatest of all time when you consider the 13 grand slams titles she’s won in doubles with her sister Venus. I’ve been watching her and Venus compete for over 16 years and it’s phenomenal to see Serena’s legacy growing.
I’ll see you at the Open, ‘Rena. Keep holding it down.
Wawrinka defeated an injured Rafael Nadal to win the Australian Open and his first Grand Slam championship. Wawrinka’s road to victory was no easy feat as he needed to take out two of the world’s top tier players, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic to win. This has solidified Wawrinka as an emerging player and has also halted the reign of the Federer, Nadal, and Djokovic, whom each won the last 34 of 35 Grand Slam tournaments.
Congratulations to Wawrinka for never surrendering and proving to the world that the underdog can be victorious.