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Some of you are already aware that English is a ‘man’s’ language because it contains thousands of words that prefer men.

We like men; we also believe it’s time for the world’s most commonly used language to have some words for those of us who aren’t men, and we’ve come up with a simple way to do that.
We hope you’ll join us on our amazing journey to make English inclusive.



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Meet Avery Victoria Spencer and George Robert Logan as both travel through time and ethereal realms, having once found and loved each other, lost through tragedy, but still reaching out through a cosmos of dreams and memories that give them clues–a map to their lost treasure of love.

Imagine that you, like Avery, have experienced deep and true love but trauma has robbed you of your memory of it.

Imagine that you, like George, remember it in exquisite detail and, most of all, believe it’s still possible to rediscover even if your wife doesn’t remember who you are.

Travel with Avery and George as both are drawn back to each other; ache with them as painful memories return and death feels like a friend. Is it? To love so deeply; to forget; to remember–to fill in the blanks and to choose. To know such love!

Avery says: “Who is this man that I’m drawn to? I’ve never felt such love before and while it scares me, it entices and enchants me. I can tell he adores me even though there’s so much I don’t know about him–like why he came to Waukesha, Wisconsin from London, England, to where I live; why he set up a shop downtown that mirrors my specific taste in decorating; and how perfect his timing was to assist me with my home remodeling. He shows up in my dreams and most of all, he loves me. What’s going on? Am I living in two worlds?”

George says: “I’ve tried and failed to find any other woman who draws me like my wife, Avery Victoria Spencer Logan. She doesn’t remember me because of the accident that robbed her of her memory, but I love her. All I want now is to be hers again. If she can fall in love with me now, I can move on. With her by my side, we can do anything. Yes, it scares me that her memory may return, but if it does, I must be there!”

The Avery Victoria Spencer Series is a five book saga. Books One, Two and Three are available as ebooks and in print wherever books are sold. Book Four is nearly complete; Book Five should be out by summer 2022. Indulge in true love this Valentine’s Day! Say ‘I DO’ to your partner every morning, even if you don’t quite feel like it. Give him/her a genuine word of praise and watch what happens!


I am almost always looking for ways to keep myself uplifted. Yet often during a day, my energy lags behind my ‘to do today’ list and I find myself fizzling out. One way I pick myself back up is to put an exclamation point behind my name, particularly on e-mails. I’m not just Vivian; I’m Vivian!

My lifework is to uplift others and remind us all that we make a difference every day. It can be a positive or negative difference but every day in every way, we make a difference! And we must do that for ourselves as well. In addition to putting an (!) after my name, I also take these eight actions almost every day:

Right away in the morning while still in bed:

1) List 10 things from yesterday that I’m thankful for. (It’s also a great way to keep track of daily events).

2) Complete my ‘Fabulous Five Focus’ sheet (see below).

Upon rising:

3) Say ‘thank you’ three times as soon as my feet touch the floor after I get out of bed

During the day:

4) Act on something that comes to my mind to do for someone else.

5) Organize my day by asking myself, ‘What’s the BEST THING I can do right now”?

6) Another way to getting a sense of direction when I need to make a decision is to ask, “What Would Love Do?”

7) Ask myself, “What’s good about what’s happening right now?” That’s not always easy to answer with great positivity but most times, there’s another perspective that can improve my attitude.

8) Ask Life for a lovely surprise and watch for it! It’s fun to live expecting something positive.

When interacting with others:

9) Say ‘thank you’ instead of “I’m sorry.” “Thank you for reminding me; thank you for sharing your opinion/perspective; thank you for thinking of me; for explaining that to me; thank you for taking time to…”. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you!

10) Ask a question instead of making a blanket statement. Instead of “I need you to go to the store and pick up…”, how about, “Would you be able to” or “I would so appreciate it if…”.

My husband’s punctuation would be a question mark. He’s always asking questions, especially “Honey, where did you put my LALALA.” I don’t usually know what or where his LALALA is because I didn’t do anything with it. Still, he’s inquisitive about everything which keeps life fun and moving forward.

Thanking you for the difference YOU make to Life each and every day!


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