Gina Bradley's Book “Paddle Diva: Ten Guiding Principles To Finding Balance On The Water And In Life,” Set To Hit Bookshelves This May - 27 East

Gina Bradley’s Book “Paddle Diva: Ten Guiding Principles To Finding Balance On The Water And In Life,” Set To Hit Bookshelves This May

authorStaff Writer on Mar 3, 2019
The idea came to her at a moment that any parent would know well. Gina Bradley was lying next to her daughter Emma in bed, waiting for her to fall... more

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