About Mia

Mia Violet is an author, self-love advocate, public speaker, wannabe makeup-artist, and haver of ADHD. She holds a Masters degree in Media Studies, which she earned by studying audiences and modern communities. 

Meanwhile, Mia is also a bisexual trans woman with a history of depression and anxiety, which unsurprisingly also means she is very passionate about queer rights and smashing the taboo and stigma around mental health issues.

Since 2017 Mia has been invited to talk at a variety of events and venues, such as women’s empowerment events, pop culture conventions, college training days, academic lectures, feminist book shops, writing workshops, a fashion show, and even Tate Britain for her first book launch.

She uses her platform to speak on a variety of topics such as transgender rights & representation, mental health issues, ADHD, self-love, self-empowerment, as well as her hobbies like makeup and alternative fashion. 

Her first book, Yes, You Are Trans Enough: My Transition From Self-Loathing to Self-Love, which details her own transition and her stance on various trans issues, is available right now.

To book Mia for an event, please check out the Contact page.

Otherwise Mia enjoys writing about self-love and other positivity techniques, which she credits with helping her reboot her former grumpy and pessimistic personality into an optimistic and fun outlook on life. It’s her hope that she can share ways in which people can bring more love and light into their life, whether to help them overcome their own personal difficulties or just to work towards a less stressful and more fulfilling life.

Most of her writing is available for free, but she offers exclusive content to Patreon backers, starting at $1 a month. These pledges also help her maintain her Twitter account @OhMiaGod, which she not only uses to keep in contact with friends and followers, but as a way for anyone to reach out to her for advice via her open inbox. 

For generous and wealthy souls, she also keeps a PayPal donation tip jar on hand.