Fifty Two Shades of Blue-ish and a comfort zone.

This book is about Rachel Levine's life titled:Fifty Two Shades of Blue-ish. She is a Jewish girl looking for that balance between love, lust, and latkes. The book is written by Karen S. Exkorn and proceeds will go to Autism Organizations World Wide.

Karen S. Exkorn is the author of the bestselling book, The Autism Source book: Everything You Need to Know About the Diagnosis, Treatment, Coping and Healing-From a Mother Whose Child Recovered. She wrote Fifty Two Shades of Blue-ish because she realized that people need to laugh as much as they need to learn.
Karen is internationally renowned motivation speaker, lecturer at universities and Fortune 500 companies.

the author and her dog

At age 52, the author set out to write an erotic humor novel. It was time in her life to do things she was afraid to do or was embarrassed to share in public. You know, do something out of your comfort zone. She keeps a list of things to do outside her comfort zone. Do you? I have a list in my head, but maybe it's time to write them done and actually do them!

I always say being a mom keeps you in the mom trenches. Kids do get older and more independent, so, I am going out to play!  It's a slow process, but I am getting out more by myself and with my husband to social activities. It is a blast! Blogging and all the social media that goes with it is so much fun. Who Knew?  My next venture is going to be going to New York City to events, and often. I've been to Philadelphia and the surrounding area and really enjoy those trips.  I am getting to know my way around. I have been to NYC several times, but not for day trips. It's on the list. Just go. RIGHT!!!  What are you doing these days out of your comfort zone?

Find Fifty Two Shades of Blue-ish is available from Amazon.com and if you can't wait for your copy to be delivered, here is a chapter from the book:
 



Disclosure: This post was sponsored by the Role Mommy Writer's Network