Paulette Tomasson is an author in Vancouver, BC, who has published three books, one educational and two for children. Learn more about expressing your sexuality with her book, Sensuous and Sultry: Sex is for the Courageous, it is both educational and engaging for all who read it.
Her two children's books are: Walking In The Sky: Polly’s Adventure, and Walking In The Sky: Pepe’s Adventure, she wrote these to help teach that we all can feel lonely and how nature and love from others can help us find a sense of belonging.
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Sensuous And Sultry is an interesting and educational read for the sexually mature as well as the sexual novice. For most people expression of their sexuality has been imposed upon them by their culture, their spiritual beliefs and family rules. Today the media is filled with mixed messages about sexuality and sexual expression and this can lead to confusion and sometimes overwhelm. This book will help you wade through the confusion and find what is true and authentic for you.
In Sensuous and Sultry, Paulette Tomasson describes 6 types of sex, and the vows and curses that impact the expression of our sexuality. She encourages the reader to explore the beliefs regarding their sexuality, and provides simple and straight forward education regarding healthy and joyful sexuality. Simple exercises are provided for the reader to begin the exploration of their healthy sexuality.
This is a delightful story about a little girl who is lonely and doesn’t feel like she belongs. One evening, she is taken on a magical journey, where she meets two new friends and finds a sense of belonging to something bigger than she could ever have imagined. It is the authors wish that the reader does as well. Ten percent of the profit will be donated to the children of the world.
This is a delightful story in both Spanish and English about a little boy who is lonely and doesn't feel like he belongs. One evening he is taken on a magical journey where he meets 2 new friends and finds a sense of belonging to something bigger than he could ever have imagined. It is the author's wish that the reader will as well.