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The Revolution is Coming, and It's Wearing Leopard Print!
Reverend Jess Barrett brings a sense of honest communication to a group of seekers who wouldn't settle for less, helps to answer questions you didn't know you had & provides 10 “Jersey-fied” rules for life that you probably haven't heard before.
While the title is provocative, it was chosen with great intention and care – meant to grab the eye and begin challenging preconceived notions immediately and to resonate in the hearts of rebels, radicals, black sheep and wayward souls. Those who find themselves alienated by the tone of more traditional inspirational and spiritual content will find themselves drawn to this book regardless of age, gender, class, or other social construct. The title may seem awkward, but the author has found she can get around it in conversation easily by substituting, “the F word.
Currently available through Amazon in both print and Kindle editions, there is plenty of time to read it, fall in love, and buy extra copies as holiday presents! It is also available from the author directly as she tours independent bookstores and local book clubs, talking to anyone who will listen about the work and about the revolution.
About Jess Barrett:
Jess Barrett was raised in a small town at the Jersey shore, where she was given a had a strong sense of self and an honest, authentic way of existing in the world. This book is the reflection of her deep desire to build a bridge for people who are seeking and suffering. An ordained minister and empath, she seeks to serve by trying to reach individual souls and stir them to participate in the revolution of consciousness she believes is both necessary and inevitable. When she's not trying to change the world, she's also a crazy cat lady running an unofficial rescue out of her house (currently with five cats and three dogs). For more information about CAN SPIRITUAL WOMEN SAY F#CK?: A Jersey Girl's Guide to Inner Peace, please visit www.JERSEYGIRLGLOBAL.com or contact JESS BARRETT at 864-735-0211 or firstname.lastname@example.org