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Books and Bullshhh! w/ Drica Armstrong and Sandy Daley

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Award-winning author, radio and TV personality, Sandy Daley's controversial first novel, “Whose Vagina Is It, Really?" has literally taken the world by storm. The book, dedicated to the single and married woman, often discussed, argued and recommended by many, details the lives of women in a modern world. She is a favored guest on many talk and radio programs, as her vibrant personality is endeared by many and she is known for her candidness with all topics and questions thrown at her. Daley, in her first audition, scored the lead role in Christine Browne's feature film, ANOTHER PLANET. Film critics have described Daley as a young Susan Sarandon, with the range and charisma of Angela Bassett.

Sandy began writing for Street Hype Newspaper, based out of New York City in 2007. Sandy's column, "Real Talk with Sandy", is now one of the most talked about and well-read columns in the newspaper, and can also now be read in “Pride News magazine” which is published in Toronto, Canada. She won the Spirit Award for most favorite columnist in 2009, which was handed out at Citi Fields in New York City and continues to gain the respect from media professionals for her professionalism and love of her craft. She tackles the issues surrounding love and relationships and even sex, in a very humorous, yet truthful way. Everyone looks forward to her weekly adventures as a single woman, still hopeful that Mr. Right will soon reveal himself. Persuaded by many to write a book, Sandy began working on "Whose Vagina Is It, Really?" and has not looked back since. The book which has many tongues a wagging, not only because of its title, but also its contents and the issues surrounding women, as detailed by Sandy, has received rave reviews. She has travelled to New York, Barbados, Jamaica, Boston, Los Angeles and Michigan, during the last two years promoting her book.