Monday, December 24, 2007

Are you Fat, Broke & Lonely?

You don't have to be fat, broke or lonely.

Victoria Moran's new book has the solution to overeating, overspending and looking for love in all the wrong places and she will be my guest on Writers in the Sky Podcast December 28.

Listen to a teaser from Victoria now ...

Each of the fifty, bite-sized essays--i.e., “What You’re Looking for Is Not in the Refrigerator,” “Sex and the Gritty,” and “Fit, Flush, Partnered and Still Empty Are Just Fat, Broke & Lonely in Drag”--guides readers out of the grip of fat, broke & lonely with the spiritual and practical steps she herself took to part company with this triple-threat.

Moran, now a popular speaker, media personality, and spiritual-life coach, was once sixty pounds heavier (her dad was a diet doctor and her mother worked in fitness salons). She also spent ten years as a single mom whose financial plan implied that if the rent was paid, all was well. “I know what it’s like to wrestle with the size of your body and size of your bank account, and to believe that Mr. Right is no more real than Mr. Clean,” says Moran. “But I also know how to change these things, for the better and for keeps.”

"This guide to getting back your life from the fears that hold you captive is funny, frank, and will forever change your life. It is simple, straightforward, and the perfect antidote to the struggles we all face."- Mariel Hemingway, actress and author of Healthy Living from the Inside Out

“Victoria Moran is neither fat, broke, nor lonely and she’s telling the truth about how not to be any of those, ever again. Everyone with daughters should recommend this book to them.” –
W. Bruce Cameron, author of 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter .

Victoria Moran is the author of ten books on health and practical spirituality. She is a motivational speaker and a certified life coach. Her books are in 32 languages across the globe and her best-selling Creating a Charmed Life is quoted on boxes of Celestial Seasonings teas. Other titles include Fit from Within, Shelter for the Spirit, Younger by the Day, and the brand new Fat, Broke & Lonely No More: Your Personal Solution to Overeating, Overspending, and Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places (HarperOne).

Read more about Victoria and her book on her Web site

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