Sharing a side-by-snap of herself in a red swimsuit, Chessie showcased just how easy it can be to digitally alter your body.In the right hand picture, she has slimmed down her legs, pulled in her belly, and made her breasts and bottom look larger She explained how she had edited some of the photographs to slim down her legs, pull in her belly and make her breasts and bottom look larger and contrasted them with the un-edited version.
‘Darkest Midnight’ has cover art by Danielle Lainton and interior illustrations by me.
Chessie said she was told by officials that she was carrying 'too much water weight' and herself succumbed to the pressure to do anything it took to look good.
The lifestyle blogger admitted she once had an 'unhealthy' obsession with working out and that counting every calorie 'took over' her life.
While the first volume’s text hasn’t been expanded or changed, (other than a few errors corrected), it does include several extra illustrations from artist Ruby, and one by the late Billie Walker-John, who did quite a few Wraeththu Mythos illustrations back in the 90s.
The new Grimoire Dehara book is also being released in paperback at the same time.