Sneak Peek in to the First Chapter of my New Book

Article updated 2018

I’m not sure you would have expected this kind of writing from me.

It’s not from my usual angle, and it’s written differently. But it is the way I was ultimately lead to start writing this book. In it’s finished state, this book will be written as a ‘general and thorough’ book, going through all the biggest  problems for us women in our relationships and dating.

Click here to download and check out the first chapter…

The book will address what to do in dating AND in long term relationships. I will attempt to deliver a guide for women to have a Superior Understanding of Men to all other women.

And I will make an attempt to help women tap in to the infinitely feminine and attractive Goddess within themselves. The kind of woman who is High Value, High Status, and who can have any man she wants and be confident that she matters, and that she is ‘IT’.

(Click here to take the quiz on “How High Value High Status Am I on Facebook?”)

Because you are.

But the question is – WHAT are your thoughts and feelings about this first chapter?

Please leave your constructive feedback in the comments section below this POST!

Here are my questions I’d love you to answer and give me feedback:

1) Where do you see this first chapter leading to?

2) Do you feel you want to keep reading?

3) Any suggestions for improvements?

I know it’s different from what you’re used to reading from me. It’s ok if it’s too whacked-out. Just let me know your thoughts. They matter to me. Thank you very much.

(What Is The One Specific Emotional Trigger Within Every Single Man in this World That Inspires Him to WANT to Commit to One Woman, Want to Take Care of Her, Worship Her and Only Her? Click here to find out right now…)

Love,

Renee.

-XxX-

(By the way, I’ve just published my brand new DVD titled “Becoming His One & Only!”… and right now it’s FREE for you to get a copy. Click HERE to find out more details and how you can get your man to fall deeper in love with you and beg you to be his one and only)

 

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Pooja Pophale
Pooja Pophale

Hi Renee,
I read this chapter some time back…and going through your articles came upon it once more…loved it!
🙂

Super Janice
Super Janice

Ms. Renee,
1) Just like most of my girlfriends, Ella is a feminine women!
2) Chapter 1 is very good! It suggests that feminine women focuses on their radiance and beauty so we should not call a woman “ugly”.
3) Masculine man make feminine women want to dance!

Tanya Rachel Wieczorek
Tanya Rachel Wieczorek

Has the book come out yet?

Ruth Christine King-Zamora
Ruth Christine King-Zamora

Love this Renee <3 🙂

Ruth Christine King-Zamora
Ruth Christine King-Zamora

I was drawn to your first chapter and right where it cut off was perfect. I wanted to read more into what the one is and what the one of many means. Luckily I have your commitment program and have been able to find out. 🙂 You have a talent for writing good. 🙂

Philippa
Philippa

Hi renee I suspect that whatever the plot you will get your message across – the important issues such as how to love, being vulnerable, handling pain, rejection and abuse, family pattering and all that you write about will come up. If I have one tip it’s to write from your heart eg when saying reproductively dodgy years was that what she felt or from the head to connect to women reading in that situation? The issues you talk about affect girls from 5 to 90 recognising them and sorting them out is important and all the rest will come… Read more »

Chelseym
Chelseym

Hi Renee,

You are an amazing soul. Thank you for all that you do for women.
Im so anxious– when will his book be finished?! Its a perfect start already…..xoxo

With love ♡
With love ♡

Hey hey hey Renee 🙂 I hope your doing well and that your book is coming along well. Its so obvious that you have a unique gift to offer life because without the feminine woman blog I wouldn’t be in this place I’m at today. I spent years of my life, if not all my life feeling trapped in what has felt like a human prison sell of a mind. I felt to badly condited by the traumatic experiences I’ve felt and experienced. For me, the feminine woman blog is about one of the only places on earth where I… Read more »

Angel-Eyes
Angel-Eyes
Reply to  Renee Wade

Hi Renee 😀 Glad to see you have written back :). Sometimes I like to look back on my past thoughts and see how I may have been feeling in that moment. Aww, well I can’t wait to read your book, I know it will be really special and packed full of feminine love and connection ♡. I wish you all the best of luck to what you produce in your writing. I’m sure you will help so many people and it would be great if it could really be put out to the world at large and main stream… Read more »

Lucy
Lucy
Reply to  With love ♡

Renee, I just LOVE this book you’re going to write! I think it’s absolutely the right style. Why? Because it shows a woman’s journey from the INSIDE, and beautifully compliments the more abstract work that you and your man have done for your clients! Your programs (I’ve subscribed to two) are very good, but sometimes it’s helpful to have these concepts presented in another way. It helps you learn better — if concepts are taught in many different ways. I especially liked the reaction Ella has to Jack — her initial impression. I’ve always felt the first meeting is very… Read more »

Lucy
Lucy
Reply to  Lucy

Another thought: you are absolutely right to reach out to the Feminine Woman community for feedback. In fact, I’ve noticed that when I share my dreams and plans with like-minded people, I get help for my journey and get to my goal much faster. That alone — the fact that you have TRUST in the Universe and the people who believe in your work — shows you are mature in making your dreams come true. Despite what we’ve been told, most people really ARE nice, and want to help. It makes us feel good. And if we help another person,… Read more »

Maya
Maya

Hi Renee, I would like to encourage you to write whatever you have in your mind for this book – it’s great to have feedback of so many people, but everybody will have a different opinion based on their life experiences. A painter will not stop in the middle of his work to ask what people think of it, he/she would express what’s in his/her heart and mind fully and completely. Maybe his/her teacher would give a few technical suggestions here and there. So whatever it is you have in your mind for this book – we are all curious!… Read more »

Kenya
Reply to  Maya

Hi Renee, I really loved this first chapter. The artistic side of me agrees with Maya. As a writing teacher, though, I do have one technical piece of advice that might help. Ella talks about a pink silk skirt she used to wear. I wasn’t sure if Ella was wearing that skirt when her “friends” mocked her because it isn’t mentioned in the first paragraph. If she was, make sure that skirt is put in that paragraph because it is an important symbol to introduce at the very beginning of the chapter. If you need more help with editing and… Read more »

Carrie
Carrie

I just want to say I love the first chapter, and I can’t wait for chapter 2. I love reading your articles and learning from you…..thank you for all you have taught me 🙂

Rose
Rose
Reply to  Carrie

I like the way you describe the back and forth between male and female and outline the reaction. It’s a nice way of educating the feminine/masculine…in a story..

Madara
Madara

Hey Renee, I really loved the first chapter and I think its a wonderful idea that you are writing a book! I like this fiction style writing and could easily relate to the character, but I believe it is not for everyone and I also dont think it is possible to write a book which everyone will connect to- as in life not everyone will like everyone! I already cannot wait to read the further development of the story and as somebody already mentioned- hope to find there some new thoughts and ideas apart from the ones from Commitment Control… Read more »

Susan
Susan

Hi Renee.
That was an awesome insight of the introduction of the book. It makes one look forward to reading the whole of it. Cant wait to read the rest of it.
Good work Renee and God bless you for the wonderful work you are doing.
Regards.
Susan

Katarzyna
Katarzyna

Hello, Renee: I value you work tremendously, and subscribe to Attraction Control series, which had been a great help to me in my marriage of 13 years. This is going to be your first book and I decided I will help here as much as I can. I want you to write a great book which will fly off shelves and change lives of many woman, you do have real potential here! It is because you can see what others can, it is your own, unique talent. You are very smart to ask for feedback like this, since it is… Read more »

Betty
Betty

Hi Renee, This is certainly not your usual style of writing but it is brilliant because it is very engaging and welcoming. I am definitely keen to read on and see what happens in the next chapter. I think what you will be doing as you write on will be to dish our your expert advise on dating and relationships through Anastasia as she guides Ella through her relationship with Jack. I hope you will include as many scenarios as possible so that a wide audience can relate with the issues. I think you should also keep in mind that… Read more »

angi
angi

hey Renee I really want to read more…!!!! when can I? I have drowned myself with self development books in the past so reading a fictional novel and connecting with Ella means I really do feel I am sharing a cuppa with a friend making the book more human/personal and a much lighter read (remember “God on a harley”? your book has the same energy as this) ..also your passion AND compassion for what you do comes blazing through the story which keeps me riveted and gives more depth to tale you share.. thank you for what you and your… Read more »

Mariam
Mariam

Hello Renee, thanks for the opening chapter. I actually cried for a while after reading it. I always felt as though my situation, and my self is unique, and perhaps others are better off or worse off. Not quite thinking so much of our base humanity is the same for all of us. I liked the parts where you described Ella sitting next to da reader, holding a cup of tea, and overlooking the ocean. It is a good beginning to breaking barriers of resistance when reading your book, and to feel heard and understood. Also the parts in breaking… Read more »

Andy
Andy

Your description of James is great – I wanted to keep reading mostly because I wanted to see/hear what he does next. Totally seductive. Loved your description of what his walk was like and the effect of his words on her. That was believable. It felt like it was going to be a romance novel and if your audience is meant to be primarily women, that’s a great seller. Like some of the other commenters here, I found the “voice” to be inconsistent. I think it’s tough to be convincing when you’re writing from the perspective of a 60 year… Read more »

Blandine
Blandine
Reply to  Renee Wade

Hello Renee, Good first chapter! It makes me want to read more. I understand Andy’s comment as I felt the same way when I read “even had a child in my wobbly reproductive years”. It felt very strange to me because that doesn’t sound like what a 60-year-old would say. That sounds like what someone who is not 30 yet would say. I’m a 38-year-old woman (no child, not married) and have always desired children (lots of them). In my 20’s, being older than 35 seemed “old” to have a child. And it is today a struggle to be close… Read more »

Andy
Andy
Reply to  Blandine

Oh, I didn’t see Blandine’s comments until after I responded to you, Renee. I agree with much of what she said too.

Andy
Andy
Reply to  Renee Wade

Hi – It sounded (to me) as though you were about to share with the reader your dating/love/self-esteem/understanding men secrets – or at least that is what I assumed, based on what I’ve already read from you. If that wasn’t where you were going, then perhaps I’m wrong. But that was my assumption – that the Ella story was going to be an excuse to go into teaching mode, and then there would be a departure from the story in order to teach us your points. There’s nothing wrong with doing that, but if you do, then it will be… Read more »

Millie
Millie

I really enjoyed this Renee. What I love so much about it is that you’re giving insight and validation into Ella’s feelings and desires. I think this is SO much more valuable and helpful that any sort of straight forward dating advice – I love the combing of the two. It makes is so much more human and relatable. I really hope you continue with this story line. I aways felt my fears and desires when it came to men were wrong and a problem that I should just solve, ignore and get over with – which was the main… Read more »

dee
dee
Reply to  Renee Wade

Hi, Renee-
I love that in your story you are speaking from the perspective of an older woman looking back because you are speaking of eternal feminine truths.
Your work is so valuable and so much desired and so much needed.
Thanks,thanks,thanks…..

Deborah
Deborah

I loved this chapter! I enjoyed reading it and can’t wait to read the rest. I like your style, it’s easy to follow. I think if you just keep writing from your heart it will all come out great.

Lizelle
Lizelle

Hi Renee! Wow! I like and would like to know what happens in the next chapter. You are the expert here and I believe your book will be a great success. Carry on with confidence. We all can learn so much from you. You are a beautiful example for all other woman. Thank you for what you gave to me so far, it is very much appreciated and I have learned so much from you. You are awesome! Mwah!

Dina
Dina

I like it Renee. I can see you starting the next chapter and continuing the following chapters with the beginning stages, leading up to the more advanced stages, of coming into your own feminity and working towards the skills needed in order for you to attract and KEEP Jack.

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