Lessons Learned: Loving Yourself As A Black Woman is a book into the culture of black women. The author addresses key issues such as: self-worth, self-love, what some black women tend to think the definition of true happiness is, and the five most common types of black women. “I wanted to create a book that addresses the most top ten lessons that I’ve personally had to deal with and overcome, or issues I saw other black women struggling with. I wanted to let the world know regardless of how it was perceived, that black women are beautiful, unique, and are excelling more than ever. Statistics alone don’t tell the true story behind the black woman. And although this book is catered towards a specific race of women, the concepts in my book would benefit most any woman.”
About the Author
Tinisha Nicole Johnson resides in Denver, Colorado with her family. Besides a career in writing, she also hosts political teleconferences. She began writing as a hobby at the age of eleven; mostly poetry, which in later years turned into short stories and then novels.
Her debut novel, Searchable Whereabouts was released February 2008 by Xpress Yourself Publishing. Tinisha also collaborated in the poetry anthology, Step Up To The Mic: A Poetic Explosion, which included some of HBO’s Def Poets and in the inspirational anthology Somebody Prayed For Me released December 2008, Xpress Yourself Publishing. In addition, her short story, “Mother and Son Moment,” was published in the Chicken Soup for the African American Soul. Her non-fiction, self-help title, Lessons Learned: Loving Yourself as a Black Woman was released in February 2010.
Learn more about Tinisha and her books at her official web site. While you’re there, you can also sign up for her free newsletter: http://www.tinishanicolejohnson.com/.
Tinisha Nicole Johnson was interviewed LIVE on Chicago’s major TV station WGN-TV on the Midday News. (Channel 9 in Chicago). She discussed her non-fiction, self-help book Lessons Learned: Loving Yourself as a Black Woman. The book addresses ten life lessons into a woman’s most intimate and professional life. The book is being called “The Revolutional Book into a Culture of Women.” Although the book is catered towards black women, most any women can benefit from the tips and inspirational message the book conveys.
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