Memoir of a Jaded Woman (Paperback)
Hubbard Small Press Publications, 9780966540055, 240pp.
Publication Date: November 10, 2016
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In this riveting exploration of love, marriage, fame and beauty, Judie, an insecure fashion model, becomes baffled when she finds out that the woman her husband left her for is rather plain and works at a fast food restaurant. Judie's outspoken friend describes the other woman as unattractive and believes that Judie's husband, J.T.,"cheated down."To make matters worse, Judie's circumstances are exposed on a popular social media blog. The healing and support that Judie seeks is nowhere to be found, and the response is harsh and demeaning. Rejection prompts the timid model to break away from social media and the judgmental world in search of inner healing. "Pleasurable venting with a positive, uplifting ending." -Kirkus Review.
About the Author
Emunah La-Paz worked as a commercial model before becoming a blogger who writes about issues and subjects related to romantic and interpersonal relationships, society, and self-esteem. La-Paz has realized that society's obsession with physical beauty is unhealthy and damaging, and her work seeks to encourage women to look beyond physical appearances to find worth and validation. La-Paz's bestselling novel Chocolate Burnout, a story about interracial relationships and chocolate addiction, also explored how relationships affect the mind, body and soul.
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