Signed Copies of CLASS Now Available for Preorder
If you missed it, CLASS is now available for preorder everywhere you buy books.
First of all — THANK YOU to those who celebrated CLASS’s cover reveal with us last week. If you missed it, CLASS is now available for preorder everywhere you buy books. We will continue to keep newsletter readers updated on all things CLASS in the coming months leading to its release date in October.
If you’re interested in purchasing a signed copy of CLASS, Stephanie’s favorite bookstore in Missoula is accepting preorders for signed copies of CLASS! Order one today and it'll arrive, signed and personalized by Stephanie, on or near its publication date.
Stephanie travelled to Portland this week for the 30th annual VOICES lecture series. VOICES prides itself on bringing the world’s most influential and powerful women to Portland in a platform dedicated to inspiring, empowering and connecting women. Thanks for putting our girl’s name in lights, PDX!
Stephanie’s next event will take place in Fort Collins, CO on April 6th. She’ll be the keynote speaker at Project Self Sufficiency's Bring the Power Social Event. The goal of this event is not only to raise money for single parents, but also awareness about what it means to be a single parent and how communities can support single parents and help them overcome the barriers that stand in their way of self-sufficiency. Get your tickets today! Early Bird General Admission Tickets are available until March 16th!
In personal news, Stephanie is at the stage in the book publishing process where she is dreaming about reading it and finding typos. Send positive vibes her way as she powers through some forthcoming book anxieties.
That’s all for this week, folks! Thanks for reading.
Rose Haven is the only day shelter and community center specifically serving women, children, and gender-diverse people in Portland. As night shelters are at capacity, their low-barrier drop-in model bridges the gaps in services. For many, Rose Haven is the first step in asking for help and starting to heal.
Indoor hospitality hours including nutritious food, water, emergency clothing, diapers, wipes, hygiene & menstrual products, rain and outdoor gear, mail service, pet food and other needed items
Showers and bathrooms
Outdoor supplies including tents, tarps, sleeping bags
Additional direct service allocations for medical emergencies, storage fees, rental applications, utility bills, phones, transportation, and education + employment costs
Advocacy and emotional support for those feeling anxious during this uncertain time
Donations are accepted, and help to provide a place where women can find the courage and resources to maintain their dignity and attain independence for themselves and their children.
Remember to follow Stephanie on social media @stepville! See you next week.