Regina Weston is a New York native, currently residing in North Carolina. She is a graduate of the College of New Rochelle, with a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Psychology.
Mrs. Weston is an Author, Domestic Violence Advocate, Goal Success Coach and Motivational Speaker.
In 2003, Regina Weston won first prize for her story, A CHILLY CHRISTMAS, which was published by RDR books. The same year she was also published in Hometown Memories for her story, THE HUNGRY DOG AND CAT.
April 2010, Mrs. Weston released her long - awaited, self-published book, WHY COULDN'T YOU LOVE ME TOO, a self-help book.
In 2013, Mrs. Weston established a newsletter called Mending Hearts which is tailored for all women. It's a motivational and inspirational newsletter with articles to inspire, heal broken hearts and ignite those with a receptive heart to desire positive change in their lives, starting from within.
July 2014, Mrs. Weston released her second book, WORDS FROM THE HEART, a book of poetry.
April 2015, Mrs. Weston released her third book, GIRL TALK…THE ART OF LOVE...BETRAYAL AND GOLD DIGGING 101, a novel.
In January 2017, Ms. Weston started a non-profit organization, Mending Hearts - Women Healing Women. This is organization works to educate women, teens and the community about domestic violence and its effect on the individual, the family and community at large.
Regina Weston is hard at work spreading the word about Domestic Violence trying to save lives, one at a time. Mrs. Weston still find time to pen new literature that bring awareness to the voiceless, as well as writing books that make readers laugh, blush and squirm.
Since embarking on her journey to be an advocate and writer Ms. Weston believes that she is doing exactly what she is meant to do.