the book

Tell me if this rings true for you. . .

You are someone who knows intuitively that you were meant for more—for ecstasy, for total empowerment, for Divinity, for Yes. You can feel it in your bones, in your heart, in every nook and cranny of your being.

But. . . you’ve been discouraged from expressing your true, body- and pleasure-centered self. For as long as you can remember, you’ve been advised not to manifest your natural sensuality, and to instead be responsible, self-denying, and pure.

Your gorgeous heart has been dampened by silly societal pressures and limiting beliefs, and you’ve been scared into thinking that your curiosity about the erotic is sinful and forbidden.

You’ve been stifled. Domesticated. Diluted. Inhibited. Shamed.

And all the while, your hidden desires have been lying dormant as you’ve starved your body of the pleasure it deserves, the pleasure it is capable of.

I am here to tell you this:

Your inherent erotic nature is dying to be expressed this very moment. There’s no reason to hold it in any longer.

If you want to finally tune into your sexuality, embody deep self-love, and become acquainted with your truest, most authentic self, it’s time to embody Sex, Love, and Liberation.


Suggested price is $27, but you can pay as little as $10.

(Pssst! Want the Kindle version? CLICK HERE.)
(NOTE: The Kindle version *does not* include the workbook.)

alex-franzen-circle“Ev’Yan artfully manages to be both profoundly comforting and fiercely provocative. Like a cup of warm honey-laced milk, served to you by a supremely sensual and delightfully distracting…human. If you’ve allowed yourself to be stifled by someone else’s definition of what sex is, or isn’t, and where erotic energy belongs, or doesn’t. . . this manifesto was hand-woven for you.” —Alexandra Franzen //


lezly-circleYou know when you read the first few chapters of a book and you’re instantly pulled in and you know from there it’s only going to get better? I had that experience reading this manifesto. Afterward, I felt empowered, beautiful, fearless, radiant. I want to send this to every woman I love and adore.” —Mika Maddela //



Licentious & Blasphemously sultry.

Sex, Love, Liberation: A Manifesto for the Bold at Heart is an ode to your sexual self-discovery. In it contains brazen words that are destined to become your daily mantras, sections that will catapult you into sensuality and total consciousness, and meditations to guide you deeper into self-actualization.

Some of the chapters read like love letters, from my heart to yours. Some of them read like audacious essays meant to conjure your beauty and greatness. Others have the look and flow of poetry, their intention being to rattle your bones with boldness.

This book is for anyone who struggles to accept themselves just the way they are. It is especially for those who wish to be more in alignment with the exquisite nature of their being.

This is your treatise to succulent sex, deep love, and blissful liberation. (And you are worthy of all of these things.)

Here’s a taste of what you’ll be diving into:

Section One — SEX:

  • The gorgeous expression of your sex and senses
  • Ways to immerse yourself in pleasure and play
  • Why we fake orgasms (and how to stop)
  • How creative energy and sexual energy go hand-in-hand
  • An ode to the desire we were born from: orgasms

Also in this section: A celebration of the fluidity in your gender; sex as an embodiment of kindness; and the art of being sensual.

Section Two — LOVE:

  • A reminder of what love is and what love isn’t
  • The practice and manifestation of utter self-love
  • How deal when self-love hurts the ones you love
  • How to tell someone you really, really love them
  • The importance of doing things that you love, no excuses

Also in this section: Articulation on the limitlessness of your love; a rumination on relationships; and glorifying your self-centeredness, self-indulgence, and self-awareness.

Section Three — LIBERATION:

  • Your life without fear or inhibition
  • Why accepting compliments is a step toward liberation
  • How to ask for what it is you want
  • A graphic list of things you can do to liberate yourself right now
  • Expansion on the expression of your creativity as a way of freedom

Also in this section: A call to arms to live your self-actualization; why being yourself is dire; and living your truth and what it means to do so.

Of course, there is so much more inside of this book; this is only a taste. And in addition to the manifesto, you will have the opportunity to go even further into self-actualization with the help of a workbook which I like to call Meditations.

Prepare to come face to face with the essence of your most sensual self.

julie-circle“[This book] is delicious. Beautiful. Provocative. A sumptuous meal served up for the heart, body and soul…the intellect even gets a good and healthy course, as well. [Ev’Yan’s] words taste like rain, smell like wind, and go down like honey. In reading this, I am both soothed and ignited…a beautiful, divine combination that brings forth the ripe complexity of my soul.” —Julie Daley //


what you’ll get. . .

  • 95 digital pages of soul-stirring poetry, bold affirmations, and heartfelt tête-à-têtes, from my soul to yours.
  • The Meditations workbook—28 pages of poignant Q&A to help guide you into a deeper, juicier mode of self-discovery.


A Manifesto for the Bold at Heart has a suggested price of $27. But once you get to the checkout, you’ll be able to adjust the price to your liking.

If $27 doesn’t work for you right now, feel free to lower it to $15. If you anticipate this booklet will give you more value than that, feel free to make the price an even $30.

At minimum, you can pay as little as $10 for a book that’s sure to change your perception on sexuality and reiterate concepts of self-kindness and self-actualization. I want this transformative work to be available to everyone, and I don’t want money to be an issue. 

*Note: Because of this special offer, all sales are final. 


Suggested price is $27, but you can pay as little as $10.

(Pssst! Want the Kindle version? CLICK HERE.)
(NOTE: The Kindle version *does not* include the workbook.)

Passionate praise from people who devoured this little ebook

pace-circle“The Sex, Love, Liberation Manifesto lifted my heart, and opened up musty corners of my Self that I didn’t even know existed. After reading this, you will no longer be content to live a ‘pretty good’ life. You will yearn for a life fully lived, and you’ll be facing in the right direction to make it happen.”
Pace Smith //


masafumi-circleDear men who are reading this: Ev’Yan’s guide is relevant to men (in fact, it’s relevant to everyone) – it will help you become more aware of your sexual existence. Ev’Yan’s writing voice is gentle and welcoming; it makes you feel as if you are having a conversation with her in a cosy garden on a hot summer night. It’s an inspiring conversation that never ends and it gets better and better.” —Masafumi Matsumoto //


gsm-circle“Exquisite thoughts, musings and meanderings to make you feel like the true woman you were born to be. Sometimes in our busy lives we need permission and a gentle reminder on how wonderful we really are. Ev’Yan over delivers with reminders and permission all scattered with her adoration and love. Highly recommended.”
—Goddess Star-Monroe //


ash-circle“From the first page right up until her very last word, I was hooked and could not put it down. Her message holds so much striking truth that we should all hear, but on top of that, Ev’Yan’s words aren’t just words – they’re sex on a page. Do yourself a favor and get this book. Not only will you become jolted alive, but by extension, your projects will, too. And that’s worth any amount of money.”
—Ash Ambirge //


jenn-circle“This book is fire kindled between the sheets, whether you’re with a partner or not. Scribbling my answers on the sheets [of the workbook] was fun and heart-opening. Answering the questions she posed encouraged me to dive deep into my own belief system and discover which ones were real and which ones I still held onto because I was told to believe them. For me, the book is steeped in sex & love, but the workbook? All about liberation. Letting go of things that don’t really work for you is one of the most freeing things I can think of.” —Jenn Gibson //



Suggested price is $27, but you can pay as little as $10.

(Pssst! Want the Kindle version? CLICK HERE.)
(NOTE: The Kindle version *does not* include the workbook.)