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Lessons Learned Loving Yourself as a Black Woman – Book Review

  [caption id="attachment_1029" align="alignleft" width="197" caption="click on the cover to buy this book"][/caption] Lessons Learned: Loving Yourself as a Black Woman discusses many of the issues and concerns women in their twenties, thirties, forties, and fifties face in their personal and professional life from sexism, racism, hair, balancing family, relationships, and much more. The book highlights ten life lessons that are of top priority when it comes to a black woman’s emotions, personal perceptions, and life in general. The book is written to inspire women of all ages, and invite them to realize that real happiness begins from the inside out. Although written specifically with the black woman in mind, many of the concepts in the book would benefit any woman.  Book Review In the revolutionary book about a culture of women Tinisha Johnson author of the self-help women’s book, “Lessons Learned, LovingYourself as a Black Woman” gives women a

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Kiss Me I’m Single: An Ode to the Solo Life

Paperback Writer spotlights Amanda Ford, author of Kiss me I'm Single.  Kiss Me, I'm Single: An Ode to the Solo Life is the book that grew from that stormy, excited-yet-fearful energy that enveloped Amanda in the years following her divorce. Part coming of age memoir, part clever social commentary, part spiritual meditation, Kiss Me, I'm Single encourages readers to view being single as a valuable, exciting, beautiful and fortunate life, rather than a holding pattern before a relationship. Kiss Me, I'm Single helps readers make sense of the constant, contradictory internal pulls that accompany human existence, and offers a voice of encouragement and support for those longing to build a life that defies catgeory. Amanda lives in Seattle and when she isn't writing, you can catch her Lindy Hoping, bicycle riding, tea sipping, joke telling and status quo questioning.  You can read an excerpt here Her website is