Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Cheers to You, Lovely Lady!

Cristina Fernández de Kirchner (a beautiful Pisces woman with Moon in Taurus. Mmm, just my type!) was elected president of Argentina on Sunday, by the widest margin recorded since the 1983 elections. Argentina now joins nations like Panama, Ireland, Britain, and even Canada in electing women to their highest post.

Meanwhile, the “progressive” and “liberated” U.S. still trips over itself, trying to shed its closet-misogynistic, Christian white male fetish while ardently adhering to its closet-misogynistic, Christian white male fetish philosophy.

Although I know that Cristina herself is a former Argentina First Lady, my hope is that American can elect a woman other than a Hilary Clinton-type; I’m talking a real woman, an authentic woman, not a woman merely imitating a man (that kinda defeats the purpose of electing a woman, doesn’t it?)—a woman like you, my sister, my mother, my grandmother, any woman I’ve dated in my life and not simply some power-hungry thief and phony.

Today, let’s hope that at some point soon, a woman just like you steps up, announces her intention to lead the nation from its grandest soapbox, and then captures that nation’s heart in the process.

When that happens, perhaps we’ll all believe in America once again.

Until then, we can only eye Argentina from afar, witness her history-in-the-making glory, and say, “Cheers to you, lovely lady!”

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If you enjoy strong-but-feminine women, sexy love stories, hot romance stories, romantic fiction, romance novels, sensual fiction, women's fiction, sentimental fiction, great novellas, award-winning fiction, Nicholas Sparks, Nora Roberts, or Richard Paul Evans, you can read chapter five of Nelson's Bronte Prize-winning novella, Bee Balms & Burgundy, right now for free HERE. (See for yourself why it beat out Nicholas Sparks, Nora Roberts, and Richard Paul Evans, among others, for the title of "North America's Best Love Story of the Year." [Bronte Prize results are HERE.])



Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Love Plus One

Love is always idealistic. I mean, no one is ever as deserving as we deem him or her to be. But so what? It’s love, you know? It’s still the best thing going. The love you have for your lady, your parents, your siblings, your dog or cat…if you take the time to really analyze it, love is always better than making your first million or being the best at what you do. Not a lot better, but better nonetheless. Success does have its virtues. It’s just that love has more; it always has more.

BTW: This week is the last week of National Breast Cancer Month—make it count and perhaps you'll ensure the future health of your mother, sister, wife, girlfriend, best friend, or neighbor.

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If you enjoy strong-but-feminine women, sexy love stories, hot romance stories, romantic fiction, romance novels, sensual fiction, women's fiction, sentimental fiction, great novellas, award-winning fiction, Nicholas Sparks, Nora Roberts, or Richard Paul Evans, you can read chapter five of Nelson's Bronte Prize-winning novella, Bee Balms & Burgundy, right now for free HERE. (See for yourself why it beat out Nicholas Sparks, Nora Roberts, and Richard Paul Evans, among others, for the title of "North America's Best Love Story of the Year." [Bronte Prize results are HERE.])

Tuesday, October 16, 2007

The World's Best Anti-Aging Secret

Beauty Tip of the Week:

OK, so I’m nearing my M.A. in Holistic Nutrition, and I’m a bona fide 100% raw vegan. Thus, from time to time, I enjoy forwarding to you useful information (and recipes) pertaining to the holistic/raw food lifestyle.

Now, want to live to be 125 and still feel great enough to make love to your mate (assuming he or she too is still alive at that age) twice a day??? (Remember, you’re probably really rich by that point and your kids are in their 90s and off on their own, so you have PLENTY of resources to relax your mind and plenty of time to subsequently devour one another a couple times a day! Mmmmmm.)

Well, then, let’s start our journey to 125 by:

• Eliminating all salt! Really, there’s no foodstuff worse for you than salt. Nothing! Don’t believe how bad salt is for you? Well, try pouring a bucket of it into your car’s gas tank. Now, if it does that to your car, what do you think it’s doing to you??? Get rid of the salt and sodium!! No table salt. No diet soda. And no tofu! (That stuff is LOADED with sodium!)

• Eliminate all refined sugar! Pretty much the same philosophy as the aforementioned poison.

• Eliminate all dairy. By this time you’re saying, “But, Nellie, what CAN I eat? You’ve taken everything away from me.” Uh, no, luv, I haven’t. I’ve taken the shit out of your diet, that’s all. According to raw food guru David Wolfe, that quart of skim milk, that block of cheese, that pint of yogurt and/or ice cream you love so much are all loaded with cow puss, steroids, antibiotics, added hormones, and all are pulled from an animal that moves less than 100 steps in its lifetime, is not once bathed, and stands in its own feces and urine 24 hours a day.

Dairy is foreign to your body, and it’s killed far more people in this world (indirectly, of course) than tobacco, alcohol, and drugs combined. Nothing clogs those arteries and trashes that colon quite like dairy, ya know?

• Consume lots of beta-carotene by way of dark green leafies (such as kale, collard greens, chard, romaine lettuce, parsley, spinach, etc.) In a future blog I’ll include a few recipes for awesome green smoothies that will allow you to consume massive doses of green leafies without ever really noticing them!

• Limit starches. (There’s nothing of value in starches. They’re simply a pollutant to your precious body.)

• Consume plenty of fruits, especially apples—try to eat at least three to four a day (preferably split between to mini meals). That’s all the fiber you’ll ever need in a day, and your heart will love you for it!

• If you can manage it, design your diet to consist of at least 75% fruits and vegetables and no more than 25% the other stuff. Your digestion, your joints, and your sharp little brain will be forever grateful.

So, you’re beautiful today, absolutely lovely. Yummy, I say. Now, let’s make sure you stay that way for another 80-100 years, OK?

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If you enjoy strong-but-feminine women, sexy love stories, hot romance stories, romantic fiction, romance novels, sensual fiction, women's fiction, sentimental fiction, great novellas, award-winning fiction, Nicholas Sparks, Nora Roberts, or Richard Paul Evans, you can read chapter five of Nelson's Bronte Prize-winning novella, Bee Balms & Burgundy, right now for free HERE. (See for yourself why it beat out Nicholas Sparks, Nora Roberts, and Richard Paul Evans, among others, for the title of "North America's Best Love Story of the Year." [Bronte Prize results are HERE.])

Monday, October 8, 2007

Stairway to Venus

I say help her conquer the world; incessantly feed her that support. The more success she has, the less valuable time the two of you waste building her up. Instead, you can have intelligent conversations, make love, see the planet together. You don’t have to sit around and explain to her why you think she’s a goddess; deep down, she already knows—she’s conquered the world, remember?

And the more she accomplishes, the sexier she gets. Women are magic in that way.

Till next week...

Peace & Luv

NP

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If you enjoy strong-but-feminine women, sexy love stories, hot romance stories, romantic fiction, romance novels, sensual fiction, women's fiction, sentimental fiction, great novellas, award-winning fiction, Nicholas Sparks, Nora Roberts, or Richard Paul Evans, you can read chapter five of Nelson's Bronte Prize-winning novella, Bee Balms & Burgundy, right now for free HERE. (See for yourself why it beat out Nicholas Sparks, Nora Roberts, and Richard Paul Evans, among others, for the title of "North America's Best Love Story of the Year." [Bronte Prize results are HERE.])

Tuesday, October 2, 2007

Not Worth His Salt

NP's thought of the week:

I’m not entirely certain any man is worthy of a woman’s love. But, as a man, you have to give it your best effort, because unless she’s a member of the GLBT, you’re her only hope.

Till next week...

NP

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If you enjoy strong-but-feminine women, sexy love stories, hot romance stories, romantic fiction, romance novels, sensual fiction, women's fiction, sentimental fiction, great novellas, award-winning fiction, Nicholas Sparks, Nora Roberts, or Richard Paul Evans, you can read chapter five of Nelson's Bronte Prize-winning novella, Bee Balms & Burgundy, right now for free HERE. (See for yourself why it beat out Nicholas Sparks, Nora Roberts, and Richard Paul Evans, among others, for the title of "North America's Best Love Story of the Year." [Bronte Prize results are HERE.])