A Mother's Journal, Mae North, Melbourne Mums, Jac Newton
It's Our Inaugural Year In Review Contest!
To celebrate the launch of her first book, we are giving away a FREE COPY EVERY SINGLE WEEK to one lucky WINNER!


 To celebrate the launch of my first published piece, I am giving away a FREE copy of "A Mother's Journal" in the E-book format EVERY. SINGLE. WEEK!

Look out for the Chapter by yours truly;
"From Victim to Vixen
3 Steps to Transform Pain into Power After Toxic Relationships "


Good luck everyone!
  •  Add your name and a valid email address to enter.
  •  One vote per email address (must be valid email)
  •  The winner of the Ebook will receive their digital copy of "A Mother's Journal" emailed to their inbox Friday afternoon
  • ​Winners drawn each Friday afternoon and notified via email. Please add to your Safe Senders list so you don't miss it!
Tell your family and friends to enter too!
Good luck! Winners Announced every Friday night via emailed supplied.
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About Mae North
Mae North; Author, Boudoir Photographer
Mae has experienced many events and challenges which have transformed her into the inspirational person she is today.

One of her favourite points of discussion is intergenerational trauma and the topic of epigenetics and metaphysics.

Having been though it, Mae makes it her mission to empower others and heal the trauma to leave a legacy of healing and wellbeing for our children and future generations.
Mae is passionate about educating and empowering both men and women.

Her truly inspirational and empowering work has seen her client’s lives change and transform and invoke the true magic that exists inside everyone and help them push through fear and pain that is holding them back from being who they were meant to be and to assist them in becoming better parents in the process.

She encourages men and women who have experienced adversity whether it be domestic violence, cancer, divorce, loss and grief to love themselves and “see themselves in a whole new light” utilising the power of intimate portrait photography and the brain's ability to process images 60,000 times faster than the written word.

Mae holds a Diploma of Professional Photography and lives in Melbourne, Australia.

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