November 4, 2019

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Love her or hate her, Constance Hall certainly knows how to tap right into the heart of her besotted followers. And the controversial blogger/author/fashionista and astute businesswoman has launched her new book, a guide on how to survive separation and divorce.

You can’t help but admire Constance Hall’s rawness and honesty and her ability to connect with her fellow ‘Queens’. Her openness and crass language have also created a band of trolls and she has often lamented the effects of her vicious opponents on her mental health.

Tales Of Marriage Mayhem

Sharing her own stories has created an open door for women all over the world to unmask their sadness and traumatic experiences. A few months ago, Hall called out to her fans to share their stories and the cult author’s new book  “is a compilation of a lot of women’s stories of divorce,” as she explains on her facebook page.

The Birth Of The Book

In May this year, Hall posted on her facebook page:

“I saw my girlfriend, she was devastated. Her husband had left her for another women.
“I don’t want to be a divorce” she said.
And it occurred to me. The media has portrayed divorcees in the wrong light.
I mean, I’m jealous of my divorced mates. They are living their best lives, like some kind of a mod life second wind. I was living vicariously through them.
That’s when I realised, I need to write a short book, a bible for the newly divorced, something you can buy them for the divorce party. And I’m naming it “Happily Ever Fuck That.”
And I want your stories.”

Now that the book has been published Hall says:

“Receiving thousands of submissions, intimate stories of love and loss and empowerment has been eye-opening.”

And this was a catalyst for Hall to compile these stories into an in-your-face book called: “Happily Ever…F*ck That”.

She describes the book as “Every Queen’s Bible for divorcing, separating and walking away”.

What It’s All About

“Happily Ever…F*ck That” has been written for “all the misunderstood legends that could change your whole opinion on getting chucked back or plonking yourself back on the shelf?”

Hall explains: “The realities of separation are so much more heart wrenching, exciting, scary, fun, lonely, hilariously unethical and X rated then what we see from the outside looking in.”

“This is the book that empowers the separated. I f*cking hope you guys love it,” Hall said on a facebook post introducing her book.

She has bundled an incentive with the book saying that the purchase will “come with access to a closed group of all separated, divorced, legendary Queens dancing their arses off on that shelf of ours.”

The Response

Fans have responded with uproarious praise to the announcement of the new book, with many admitting that this book has been written specifically for them.

“This is just the read I need right now. So raw out of a separation. :( I hope to regain that strength to go on.,” one fan said.

“I can’t wait for this book. I need it to give me the strength to walk away from a narcissist right now,” another admitted

“I so need to read this right now to give me the strength I need to make a decision. Who knows what my future will hold,” read a comment.

Still Married?

And those that are still happily married?

The true fans will still buy the book, it seems.

“I’ll have to explain to my husband that I just love your books and to not be concerned by the title when he sees me reading it.” said one loyal follower.

This is Hall’s third book, following on the bestselling success of “Like A Queen” and “Still A Queen”. She also sells a variety of fashion, accessories and skincare products on her online store.

There is no launch date specified for the book but it’s ‘coming soon’, according to Hall’s facebook page.

Are you a Constance Hall ‘Queen’? Do you follow or unfollow her or have never heard of her? Tell us in the comments below.

 

  • I have no idea who she is?!

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  • I’m not a Queen but I do tend to read articles about Constance. I think she is treated apallingly by trolls and it is not okay. I don’t follow her socials, but sadly she’s often in the media when someone has done or said something about her. I loved her TED talk. I do think she is inspirational and real and honest and raw.

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  • I know it is a majority if women who are deserted or abused.
    Has a guy written a book for men in the same or similar situations – especially those who walk out and don’t bother to take the children with her or make any other alternative arrangements for them at all.

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  • Sounds like a brilliant support in both the book and the group you can join.

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  • I love a good book and this one will be a great read. I don’t think it should be on display with that words on it for young ones to see though. People complain about kids swearing and this is not going to make them happy.


    • I agree, I don’t like the swearing or the rude finger; not the things I want to teach my kids or get over my own lips.

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  • Good on her. Always there to help woman straighten their crown.
    Plus she’s funny as all hell, black and white no middle ground, my type of person

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  • I don’t follow her personally, but at least she tends to be honest about life. I think she fights that perfect instagram family image that is portrayed so frequently, so i kind of applaud her in that sense.

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  • I haven’t ever read any of her but I like that she is a fierce advocate for women.

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  • I need to read this

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  • I’m neither a fan nor against her. but the book may help someone.

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  • She has come so far. It’s not for me, but she is helping empower a whole bunch of women, and that is fine by me.

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  • All well and good, but she needs to understand that her children will read this at some point and her attitude towards her ex may not paint him in the best light. He is still their father and she needs to not influence their opinion of him in any way. And considering she dumped him for another bloke, she may not exactly be the expert on heartbreak that her fans actually need.

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  • I’m not a Constance ‘Queen’, but I think she’s honest and open and wears her heart on her sleeve. I think she might alienate some people with all her swearing, but that can be overlooked if you choose to see her messages

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  • Good on her really her 3rd book? Not many people can say they have written 1
    Us women need to be more encouraging towards women instead of constantly judging and bringing them down no need for it

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  • Will have to have a read and make my views up on it

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