UPDATE: 10.29.18: My Hormonology crowdfunder has officially ended!
Thank you to everyone who supported my Hormonology crowdfunding campaign! While we didn’t hit our goal, we raised enough funds to get a good start on the updated and expanded 28 Days.
I appreciate the many messages I received telling me how much Hormonology has changed your lives. Your kind words mean the world to me!
I look forward to updating you on the progress of the updated and expanded 28 Days!
Thank you again!!!
UPDATE 10.01.18: The Hormonology crowdfunding campaign has officially launched! You can learn more and contribute at iFundWomen.com/projects/hormonology!
28 Days crowdfunding campaign
Are you a woman with a monthly cycle and ever wondered why…
• Some days your energy is high and some days it’s low?
• Some days your mood is up and some days it’s down?
• Some days health issues worsen and some days they fade away?
• Or you’ve noticed other changes that come and go without any obvious reason?
28 Days changed how we view our cycle
28 Days was the first book to show women that the ups and down of the hormones in their monthly cycles are behind the changes in their moods, health and behavior.
Even better: 28 Days revealed how these hormonal effects follow the same pattern cycle after cycle—so for the first time, women could predict all these changes ahead of time.
It was the world’s first “Hormone Horoscope”—and it used hundreds of scientific studies as its basis.
28 Days received rave reviews, was widely covered in magazines and on TV and radio around the globe.
It was hailed as “one of the top 10 women’s health books of 2005”.
Women wrote to me to tell me they loved learning about the many ways their hormones impacted them all cycle long. Over and over I heard from readers who said, “I wish I’d had this information years ago!”
28 Days gets shelved by the publisher
Despite the positive reception, not long after its publication, my publisher let 28 Days go out of print.
As a result, this vital information about how hormones impact women all cycle long was no longer available.
Knowing how important this hormone knowledge is to women and girls, I knew I had to find other ways to continue sharing it.
So, I founded Hormonology—an educational outreach mission to teach women and girls about their hormones.
Then, I created Hormonology teaching tools, including…
• Building the MyHormonology.com website that offers a wide range of cycle-related tips, guides and infographics
• Writing a library of free short Hormonology eBooks that share helpful information about hormonal effects
• Creating the suite of Hormone Horoscope Apps for women, teens and male partners of cycling women
It’s time to bring back 28 Days
Simply put, 28 Days is the best Hormonology tool I can offer.
That’s because it delivers all the information you need to know about the many hormonal effects in your cycle in one easy-to-use daily guide.
Plus, it shows you how to sync your life with your cycle and offers tips that help you take advantage of hormonal strengths and overcome hormonal challenges.
Over this past year, I’ve been writing an all-new edition of 28 Days.
It will be available in both eBook and print version. And, it’s scheduled to be ready for publication by December 2018. That’s just a couple of months away!
The new 28 Days is even better than the original because it’s been completely updated and expanded to include…
- The latest hormone research
- Study-backed tips
- Shortcut guides for quick info
- More categories in each daily “Hormone Horoscope”
28 Days for Teens
Like my Hormone Horoscope Teen App, the new 28 Days for Teens gives girls easy-to-understand information about how their new hormone cycle impacts their moods, health and behavior.
28 Days for Teens will be available in paperback and eBook versions.
And, it offers helpful tips to make every day of a girl’s cycle better.
Now I need your help
To guarantee that 28 Days and 28 Days for Teens never go out of print and will always be available, I will be self-publishing these books.
This ensures that I keep the rights to my books so no publisher can ever take them out of circulation.
But, to self-publish 28 Days and 28 Days for Teens, I need your help.
There are numerous expenses that come with self-publishing, including hiring professionals to…
• Edit the manuscripts
• Design graphics for the books
• Format the eBook and print versions
• Update the Hormonology website
I’m raising $28,000 with a fundraising campaign to help cover these expenses and get the updated and expanded 28 Days and new 28 Days for Teens into the hands of women and girls who need them.
The fundraising campaign starts October 1, 2018 and continues until October 28, 2018.
My fundraiser is being hosted on iFundWomen.com–a fundraising platform specifically for women-led ventures.
If Hormonology has helped you or someone you know in the past or, like me, you want to help millions of girls and women understand the many effects of their cycle, then I’m hoping you’ll contribute to my fundraiser to get these important books published.
Thank you for all your support of Hormonology and 28 Days and 28 Days for Teens.
Your generosity will help women and young girls worldwide become empowered and gain greater self-understanding by learning more about their cycles!
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