• Expose Yourself

  • How to Take Risks, Question Everything, and Find Yourself
  • By: Erin Louis
  • Narrated by: Megan Meyer
  • Length: 8 hrs and 27 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (23 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

After her first two books about the stripper world and her memoirs, Erin Louis offers us her new self-help book promoting critical thinking and self-confidence through humor, challenging insights, and her own true stories. A cross between Fifty Shades of Grey and The God Delusion, Ms Louis titillates as she enlightens listeners. You will learn how to find the freedom to be yourself, find confidence to take risks, and change your life. This book will show you how. As she says, you don't even have to get naked to do it, she's done that for you.

©2019 Erin Louis (P)2019 Erin louis

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Funny, insightful and entertaining to the end

This is a great read, story and overall outlook for anyone looking to expand horizons and look both in and out of themselves for answers to many questions we all have in life. The fact that a stripper talks about boobs and the tales of a life in the “Industry” doesn’t hurt either. Many of the chapters in the book explained the ways I personally feel about life,Religion and taking chances in life. Day to day words of wisdom can be gleaned from this read and the writers overall message can be summed up as “live all of everyday”....
I highly recommend this book for anyone searching for more then they are and trying to be a better overall person and leave any past demons behind.
Funny stories about taking risks and exposing yourself for who you are spun by a stripper with boobs and lap dances.....this one does not disappoint.

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Compelling writer

With each story Erin tells in this book she paints a vivid picture for the reader/listener to see in their head without taking away from the story she's telling. I actually binged the whole audio book the night I got it. Well written Erin, keep it up!

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Enlightening!

I am a very reader and listener. I gain information from a myriad of sources and genre. This book exposes (pun intended) the blindness we all have. The vernacular used reveals humanity is not a concept, but an action with consequences. It is near impossible to read or listen to this book without reflection and personal growth.

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An entertaining intro to critical thinking

If you’ve read much at all on critical thinking, you likely won’t learn nothing new here. You will however find some entertaining personal stories used to flesh those ideas out.

The one part that is refreshing, and unsurprising given the author’s very friendly and comforting approach, is her emphasis on not being an asshole. Her emphasis on not forcing her beliefs or lack thereof down other people’s throats and rather emphasizing relationships is something many skeptics (myself included) could learn from.

A note on my scoring of the the narrator: it’s not that she did a bad job, she just has some vocal tendencies that I personally found annoying, and at times made me seriously tempted to give up on the book. I wouldn’t advise against the book as a result. At very least give the trial a listen, you may find I’m just being picky :)

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She made me like her

Chapters 1-4, I didn't like her. Chapter 5-the end, I grew to love the book!

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Well done !

In today’s climate this book this book was so refreshing! Well written and insightful. I sure learned a lot and enjoyed every minute. What a great person. Please , write more.

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Enlightening and inspiring

The authors words are an inspiration, and this book is a practical and funny guide about how to “deprogram” your brain after living the false reality of spiritually and devotion to a deity that doesn’t really have your best interests at heart, and doesn’t really exist! The big message - respect others, and be yourself unapologetically. I loved every minute of this book. I can relate to some of her story; I was a gay adolescent in an evangelical household.

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Raw and Honest

Erin Louis’ book is one of the most open, fearless, raw, and honest stories I’ve ever read. The title is spot on. Talk about fearlessly sticking your neck out to societies judgement. First openly without shame and excuses for coming out as a Stripper, then facing the even harsher judgment of being an Atheist. I feel there are some real life lessons about taking chances and owning your decisions. I personally have more regrets for missed opportunities due to fear than mistakes I’ve made in life. I highly recommend this one.

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  • Ricardo Oliveira
  • 02-03-21

Top notch.

Amazing book. Extraordinarily engaging.
Great writing, flawless reading.
For sure a must.
I initially planned to have the book playing on the background while I worked on some daily tasks but by the third chapter I realised that wouldn't work. I was being forced to think differently about some of my views because I was being dragging into someone's life story. Yet none of it was forceful or belligerent just an honest relatable account of a world viewed through the grinding of a lap dance.

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  • Paul (the other one)
  • 05-17-22

Nothing new, quite boring.

I listened to the first three chapters, skipped through chapter four, tried chapter five, and in all honesty I'm amazed I'm still awake.

Also, the way she emphasises the end of every sentence is incredibly irritating -- it's like she adds an extra high note to the end of every line that just makes me want to strangle her; I sped it up to 1.05, just to take the edge off, but it didn't really help.

Plus she commented on how she killed a spider -- I despise it when people do that. Put a glass over it ffs!

Gonna go for a refund I think.

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  • londonirishman
  • 04-01-20

Great stuff!

insightful, funny and thought provoking. With some wonderful turns of phrase.

For Jim's sake, get this book.