It feels strange getting your hands on the physical version of a book you have put your heart and soul into for a long time. But it also feels exciting knowing people may open Finding My Virginity and (hopefully!) learn a little and laugh a lot.
This is a very personal book, and I hope that makes it both useful and enjoyable to readers. When I released Losing My Virginity, a journalist said I had written an exposé on myself – well, that’s a great description for Finding My Virginity too.
A lot of people have asked me about the title. It’s all about never losing the thrill of trying something for the first time. That’s how I live my life every day – trying new things, enjoying new experiences, failing, falling, flying and pushing forwards. I’d love to know what you’ve tried for the first time recently (and I might just send a copy of the book your way if it catches my eye on social – tag it #FindingMyVirginity).
It’s also a week until we’re getting together at The Troxy in London to celebrate Finding My Virginity’s launch. You can get your ticket to join us now.
I’m delighted that Jamal Edwards will be among those joining us. He’s a young entrepreneur I’ve got to know since he founded SBTV, who is on a journey to make a positive difference through his business. Of course, that rings a bell for yours truly, 50 years since I started my own entrepreneurial journey.
Once you’ve got your copy of the book, I’d love to know what you think about it. Share it on social media, tag #FindingMyVirginity, and I’ll be looking out for it. Thank you.