FFD was no longer on facebook – or a fan- but I created a page

Something happened, beats me what, but I am disconnected with facebook because of the name I used. I go by Fantasia Frog Designs rather than my real name because I like being anonymous. And I’m not providing facebook my identity, especially over the internet, because what you upload is vulnerable and no longer in your control, no matter what they promise. I was reading on some other views of this policy, and I really like what this person has to say, not only for those who prefer to call themselves by another name, but because what we call ourselves by choice is our identity.

My old account is gone, so those trying to get a hold of me won’t be able to do it through facebook or messaging. I created a page, but my connections to people are gone. If you need to get a hold of me, Contact me here. It’s the quickest way anyway.


latest Premades

Image credits
(Photographer) Marcus J. Ranum (model) – Candace (Outfit) – Tokyo Gems
Wall – Wolverine-stock – wolverine041269.deviantart.com…
creature (Xerr) – Wolverine-stock – wolverine041269.deviantart.com…
creature – (Zubarra) – wolverine-stock – wolverine041269.deviantart.com…

Featured Author: Elsa Kurt

The Awkward Woman’s Guide to Dating (after divorce)

Sexy. Funny. Awkward.
When thirty-something year old, mother of two, former stay-at-home mom Keira Travis finds herself single for the first time in her adult life, she jumps right in…to one hysterical disaster after another. With a little help from her friends (and one very snarky narrator) Keira navigates through the messy world of ‘adulting’ with a sense of humor (and a whole lot of awkwardness!). The Awkward Woman’s Guide To Dating (After Divorce) is one part comedy, one part romance, and an all-around good time!

Finding Beauty

“I am NOT an Expert” I use this disclaimer regularly in my motivational blog post because, well, it’s true. I’m not an expert in anything. I’m just living a really great, happy life and I want to share with you how I got here.
This little book is filled with inspiration, motivation and encouragements from someone who failed and succeeded, loved and lost, raised children, been married and divorced, and not only survived but THRIVED despite life’s curve balls.
Whether you’re looking for a pep talk or something deeper, look no further. Join me in finding the beauty in the imperfections of life!
Author info
Elsa Kurt is a multi-genre, indie published author to several children’s books (written as Melanie Cherniack), a book of empowerment & inspirations based on her life, as well as contemporary women’s fiction novels. Into the Everwood is her first novel. She is a lifelong New England resident and married mother of two grown children. Join her in ‘Finding Beauty in the Imperfections of Life’. at: http://www.elsakurt.com
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