About the Author

Tagline:  A writer, passionate humanitarian, concerned global citizen and dedicated activist for protecting and empowering vulnerable populations…while summoning magic along the way.

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The essentials: A gypsy at heart, I have traveled the globe; called places like Paris, France and the Democratic Republic of Congo home; and recently returned to Boulder, Colorado to soak up the mountains and write for a spell. I’m told I’m fearless, maybe a little crazy, and always up for an adventure. Long/short: I do my best to live life to the fullest and maybe do some good along the way.

The Story: I decided it was time to share my story- my journey and adventures, my leaps and falls, and the lessons I have learned and am still learning. It’s always been my mission to save all beings in need of some help, and yes, that includes me. So, here goes. I hope you enjoy it, and that it inspires you to live a life that excites you. Most of all, I hope it reminds you to always look for the magic, because if you don’t look for it…


19 thoughts on “About the Author

  1. I got your link from something I posted on facebook about a relationship, I am collie. I am just saying hi, thank you for this. I have no idea who you are , but I will find out. 🙂

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  2. Hello b.breazeale
    “… ©while summoning magic along the way.” Isn’t life a mysterious magical walk? Great line … 🌈
    Thank you for following my writing blog. It’s a place where I like to express the many things I feel through writing, photography and challenges. They’re always with and artists eye.
    Feel free to check-out my photography blog too. It has a more detailed about me page. Thanks …
    Isadora 😎

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  3. It sounds like you’ve lived quite the life! I’m going to be away from the blogging community for a bit, so it might be a while before I can give your work the attention it deserves, but when I return I look forward to reading what you’ve shared!

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  4. Brooke, what an amazing journey to have shared with the world. I loved reading every single one of the entries under “A Gypsy’s Tale” and “30 Day Cleanse”. Thank you for allowing me the opportunity to share in your journey. It has meant so very much to me. I still have “Empowering Women in Ghana” and “My Adventure in Congo” to begin, and I am anxious to read those. Just because you know how I’ve come to feel does not mean you won’t hear it from me time and time again. All I can say is I wish I knew you for real, and I wish I could sit with you and have coffee or share a glass of wine some time.

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  5. I am always amazed by people who make travel an integral part of their life. Thank you for helping me find your blog. I met a lot of amazing people in WordPress in the last 30 days. One more in my list now. 🙂 And I like incomplete sentences that are left to the reader to interpret/complete (because if you don’t look for it…). Following you.

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