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Book Tour with the International Motorcycle Show

I'll be following Progressive's International Motorcycle Show this season as I introduce audiences in twelve major markets to my book, Live Full Throttle: Life Lessons from Friends Who Faced Cancer. Here's the show schedule:

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Preview of “Live Full Throttle: Life Lessons from Friends Who Faced Cancer”

Live Full Throttle: Life Lessons From Friends Who Faced Cancer should be off the printing press in January, 2012.

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Thanks for a Great Pre-Conga Fundraiser, Charlotte!


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Drink Pink, Eat Pink, Think Pink at Dilworth Billiards

Charlotte friends, please join me at Dilworth Billiards on Thursday, May 26 from 6:30-9pm as we raise money for The Cause  -- breast cancer research and breast health care.

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San Francisco Meetup!

According to Christina Shook, "San Francisco is the American epicenter of female motorcyclists."  She should know -- she lives there and based her book, Chicks on Bikes, on women cyclists in the area.

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International Motorcycle Show Newbie Recap

I met some wonderful women motorcyclists from the region's motorcycling clubs.Then there were my fellow speakers, Alisa Clickenger, who solo-traveled from RI to Argentina, and Sharon Cancel aka"Lady Ninja," who owns Full Tilt Motorsports.

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Name That Book! (please)

I'm writing a book profiling women motorcyclists who have either survived cancer or are living with it. It will be a coffee table book in full color with pictures of the women with their bikes. The book's message: a cancer diagnosis is not a death sentence. These women will give you hope.

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$50 Odometer POOL!

Anthony Proctor came closest to my actual odometer reading of 7505 and won the grand prize from Caribou Coffee.

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Kickstands UP!

Please join me as I launch my cross-country motorcycle trip to raise money for the National Breast Cancer  Foundation.

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Social Media: Ethics & Best Practices for Attorneys

Like financial professionals, attorneys bear the burden of using good sense and propriety online.  Would that everyone bore a similar burden! (but I digress).

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