Understanding your breasts

December 31, 2007 4:27:20 PM PST
Every girl's got 'em. But do you really understand them? Here to clear-up some common misconceptions was the "Boob Lady" Elisabeth Squires.

Elisabeth Squires discussed her new book, Boobs: A Guide to Your Girls, filled with personal, true stories ("Mammoirs"), and practical, useful advice from breast experts on what to expect from their breasts and how to put their "best breast forward."

About Elisabeth Squires:
Elisabeth Squires is a freelance writer living in Seattle, Washington. Proud owner of the "Boob Lady" moniker, she's on a mission to help women appreciate their breasts. Elisabeth is the daughter of a breast cancer survivor. She recently underwent surgery for a breast lift, and is the mother of three children, including a teenage girl. She has worked with non-profit organizations as a consultant, public speaker, grant writer, and volunteer fundraiser for the past 25 years. In bOObs, she reveals how women can be more charitable to their breasts.

bOObs: A Guide to Your Girls will be published in October, 2007. The Boob Lady is already hard at work on her next breast ventures. She's writing a screenplay, working on a second book for girls age 8 to 14 years, and developing a musical, "Mammoirs." She has made speaking appearances at schools, conferences, trade shows and other events, has appeared on national and local TV and radio shows, and has been featured in newspapers and magazines around the globe.

Web site:
www.booksonboobs.com


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