Hello ladies and happy new year!
As you can see the January 31 Days of Heels challenge is on and Ladies Again is encouraging women to take a step out on femininity and share pictures of their gorgeous favorite pair of heels and testimonies about what a great pair of pumps has done in their life!
If you don’t know what I’m talking about, check out the following link and join the race to win your very own Ladies Again signature fragrance Swag Bag! Click here for contest details
I hope you all are looking forward to a great 2015, and to help you start the new year off with style and help inspire you lovely ladies towards more effectively leveraging the power of your femininity, I have put together an excellent resource which is our Book of the Month of January 2015!
It’s a modern day fairy tale that I personally wrote and was inspired by the Ladies Again heels challenge. The best part is that within in it, I have compiled a library of resources for women who desire to learn more about a woman’s most powerful fashion accessory!
And it is a powerful accessory indeed! In this book, I have links to scientific data that confirm that there is actually an evolutionary psychological basis to the effect high heels have on male arousal!
Not only that, the book includes:
- Information on types of high heels
- Resources for learning to walk in heels
- Tips and tricks resources for comfy feet in heels
- Science and data about the “super natural” effect high heels have on a man’s psyche!
The best part about this fun and educational resource I created for Ladies Again ladies is that I’m only selling it on Amazon for 99 cents!
Click on the link to our library or find it on Amazon, and join us next Wednesday for our next Book club discussion about this book of the month. But don’t wait until Wednesday, share your thoughts and experiences anytime in the comments section or email us at email@example.com.
Author: African Femininity
African Femininity is a first generation American-born Nigerian. That basically means, her parents were immigrants and raised her with a mix of selective cultural values from both traditions. Needless to say, this left her with a very dissonant understanding of what being a “lady” meant. Now, as an un-married 30 year old woman, she is on a mission to delve to the root of being a woman in a world where conflicting cultural values and traditions are leaving many confused and disillusioned. She use the power of the pen to defend a woman’s right to choose her own lifestyle: be it housewife, social climber or being conventionally employed. Check out her Amazon author page for books written by her at http://amazon.com/author/shadowjackson