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The first in a series of books about life as a tomboy and the relationship world through her eyes. The voice is that of a non-conformist tomboy, who utilizes language in everyday-speak more than polished composition.


A balanced depiction of familial, platonic, and romantic relationships through the eyes of men and women. 


The "BACKSTORY" chapters dig deeply into the forces behind relationship choices and the influences of parental relationships, familial relationships and life's loves, losses, tragedies and triumphs...


The tomboy is one type of woman with whom a man feels comfortable showing his true self, because she understands without judgment. She is a friend with limited expectations.  In the second half of the book: CONVERSATIONS, the tomboy talks earnestly with men about life, love, and the pursuit of change, forgiveness and happiness. The men portrayed within these pages are open, vulnerable and transparent. No two men are exactly the same. There are married men, single men, and men who cheated and who were cheated on. 


These men get raw in their stories of life as they have known it. From professional athletes to players, fathers to guys fighting to get out of the "friend zone", you will rarely experience the open-heart truths spoken directly from the mouths of men. 


"A Tomboy's Guide" will encourage you to learn more about yourself and the people who you claim to or desire to love. It gets to the ugly side of relationships and carves out spaces for truthfulness, mess ups, transparency, laughter, and forgiveness. You are bound to see male-female relationships differently after reading this book.