There is so much happening in my life and it feels like it’s happening all at the same time — and it’s all happening so fast! I always heard the phrase “life comes at you fast!” and now I’m beginning to know exactly what that phrase means! One of the things that I’m excited to share with you is — I WROTE A BOOK!

This book has truly been a labor of love. It’s been in the works for over a year now, but the reality is — this book has been in the works my entire life. As you read this book, you’ll read stories of my early life that led me to where I am now. You’ll read about my experiences, my choices, and my beliefs.

This book may not be for everyone, there may be some things that surprise people – but I hope that every person that reads this book, reads it with an open mind.

And I’m so excited that the day to share it with you is finally here!

You can order the book on Amazon here. Or order it from New City Press here.

Here is a little bit about the book…

“Living the Feminist Dream: A Faithful Vision for Women in the World and the Church,” discusses what it means to truly be living the feminist dream and weaves together her own life story with the examples and words of a small army of heroes, including my mother Mary Cullen Bryan, Rosa Parks, Joan of Arc, Shania Twain, John Paul II, Malala Yousafzai, Mary of Nazareth, and others.

Dolly Parton once said, “Find out who you are and do it on purpose.” That is really the driving force behind this book. From the book, “Find out who you are, who you were created to be. And every day, live that out. You have a purpose. God wants you to leave a unique mark on the people in your life, on this world. Find out who you were meant to be and live that out. Doing that will give others the passion, zeal, and courage to find out who they have been created to be and embrace the life that they were created for. By living our authentic lives we will change the world.”

Check it out!



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