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About Lucy Beresford
Hi lovely readers. Thanks for visiting my page. It's great to connect with you, my readers. Meanwhile, here's a bit about me:
I'm a Sex/Relationships broadcaster, writer, psychotherapist and TEDx speaker: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5TUxH2izTGI&t=10s My 3 novels and 1 self-help book have been translated into Brazilian, Chinese, Portuguese and are published on 4 continents. You can also buy them as audio books via Audible.
You can contact me on Twitter at @lucyberesford. I'd love to hear from you.
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