Monday, 1 February 2021

Finally A Vegan: My Journey to Veganuary & Beyond by Stephanie Jane + #Giveaway

Finally A Vegan:

My journey to Veganuary and beyond

by Stephanie Jane

Stephanie took part in Veganuary, the month-long global challenge to try veganism, for January 2019. In Finally a Vegan she describes how her changing attitudes to animal welfare and exploitation led her from staunch omnivore to vegetarianism in the preceding years. She recalls her excitement at taking part in the challenge itself and shares her daily food diary, failures as well as triumphs.

Drawing on her post-Veganuary experiences, Stephanie then responds to the common questions But what about my boots? But isn't it expensive? and But surely it isn't healthy? before honestly asking herself How vegan do I want to be?

Ideal for vegan-curious readers, Finally a Vegan is an insightful memoir inspired by one life-changing month.

10% of Finally A Vegan profits will be donated to vegan projects and charities.

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Meet the Author!

Reader, wanderer, vegan.

Stephanie Jane has been an avid reader for as long as she can remember. She loves discovering new authors from all around the world and is happiest when engrossed in a compelling novel with tea and cake to hand.

Raised in Sussex, England, Stephanie developed a wanderlust in her late twenties. She spends her time exploring the UK and Western Europe with her partner, setting out on foot or bicycle from their almost-vintage motorhome, and firmly believes everywhere has something worth seeing if we slow down enough to appreciate its smallest details.

Stephanie has been vegan since 2019 and strives to incorporate zero waste ideals into her life. She enjoys browsing vintage clothing shops and would collect antique kitchenware if she ever again lives in a house with enough space.

Connect with Stephanie via 
or her book review blog, Literary Flits

And now it's time for the Giveaway!
Win 1 of 3 ebook copies of Finally A Vegan.
Open internationally until 11:59pm (UK time) 
on the 15th February.



  1. My doctor told me to go vegan for health reasons after I had some heart trouble (it runs in the family), but the animal welfare issues have always appealed to me as well.

    1. A wholefood vegan diet can be very beneficial for heart health. All the new highly processed vegan products aren't so beneficial though!

  2. Congrats to Emma F, Susan S & Suzanne C, winners of my Finally a Vegan ebook #giveaway! (Your books have been emailed)

    As a consolation to everyone who didn't #win, get 20% off my book with the checkout code FINALLYAVEGAN in my Etsy shop