“She bends easily but rarely breaks. When she enters spaces the atmosphere shifts in her favor. Something about her that she borrowed from her ancestors. It is her strength, her quiet disposition until stirred into action. She has this astute ability to take things on. She takes a lot of things on. You won’t hear her cry unless you happen upon her during those fleeting moments of weariness in her prayer closet. Those times when only she knows the true weight of her crown. The reason you don’t know is she does not speak of it. Why would she? It is her crown to carry.”- Excerpt from “The Making of Queen“.
Tell us about your book of affirmations, Queen?
QUEEN is an uplifting transparent book of affirmation meant to uplift and inspire. It is divided into six chapters: Self-reflection, positive self-talk, faith, life lessons, relationships, strength and grace.
Why a book of affirmations?
We all need that pick me up for the soul. Something within reach to ease up through hurried moments. QUEEN is that.
Tell us about your other book(s).
This is my story, but it is not my life is about women overcoming challenges through their faith. It is a book of truth.
How has the feedback on Queen from women been?
Women and men love QUEEN. Everyone has a QUEEN in their life and each of us is a Queen in our own right. The feedback has been amazing and the first printing sold out in 3 days.
Talk about your hope for every woman once she reaches page 152 and closes the book?
My hope is women exhale and revisit the QUEEN inside them.
What advice would you give to the Queen who feels weighed down and wanted to shine up her crown and walk in her destiny?
My advice simply, forgive yourself, embrace your strength and straighten your crown and adjust your slip.
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Author Bio (from her blog)
“I am a wife, mother of two, and business owner. I spend my time being all of these every day of the year. I am a marketing consultant and professional facilitator, speaker and trainer while working. I also teach logic and critical thinking to children. I love my life most of the time. When I am out of love with my life it is usually, if not always, because my time got out of balance. I love people, all people and I prove that every time I travel. Mostly, I love to travel.” – See more here.
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