Author Q&A with Gemini Adams, “The Facebook Diet” on WriteOnOnline.com

Excerpt: “What inspired you to first start writing? It seems that I’ve always been a writer. I loved writing venus factor review stories at school, diaries as I grew older, and then, after taking a detour into business and marketing after college, I found myself writing a lot of copy for marketing materials and press releases. However, I found this format very limiting so that’s when I started to look into freelance writing and to take my work in a more professional direction. Within a year or two I was getting articles published in a series of women’s and health magazines and had my first book deal: The Top 100 Recipes for Happy Kids from Duncan Baird Publishing.” For the full Q&A, click here: writeononline.com...

Author Q&A with Gemini Adams, “The Facebook Diet” on Write On Online

Excerpt: “Why did you write The Facebook Diet? I was getting increasingly frustrated with the amount of time I was having to spend behind a screen. I wanted to really take a deeper look at how social media and our increasingly screen-centric lifestyles are really impacting our mental health. As a writer I try to limit my screen time by writing freehand and then typing up my work later on. This gives me the freedom to write wherever I like: in the garden, on the beach or even at the spa! This approach forces me to do a first edit when I do type up my work which is helpful. But the best part is I get to take regular breaks from using technology. The Facebook Diet is really an extension of this.” For the full Q&A, click here:...

Book Divas reviews The Facebook Diet

Excerpt: “Whether you are looking for a funny present to brighten up a friend’s day or you just want to take a minute to laugh at yourself once in a while then pick up this book. You and your friends are sure to have a few laughs from it!” For the full review of our list of the best Paleo diet cookbooks, click here:...

The Facebook Diet featured on Advice Sisters Book Round-Up for February

Excerpt: “…the book makes for a great little pick me up, bathroom reading (read the book, instead of checking for those Facebook messages)  and a cute little gift for your Facebook-obsessed friends. Maybe seeing themselves as they really are (and not just on their Facebook profiles) will encourage them to “unplug” a bit!” For the full review, click here:...