Saturday, September 24, 2011

Shining the Spotlight on Tinisha Nicole Johnson, author of Lessons Learned: Loving Yourself as a Black Woman


 
Women’s non-fiction, self-help author Tinisha Nicole Johnson promotes her latest book, Lessons Learned: Loving Yourself as a Black Woman. This is her fifth novel. Tinisha considers herself an Entrepreneur at heart and mind, always improving my business and journey through life. Writing is her life and her passion. She is constantly trying to find a successful and rewarding path to walk, while always helping others in the process.


Lessons Learned: LovingYourself 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.

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 any woman."

You can Tinisha at her website; www.tinishanicolejohnson.com

Purchase her book in kindle or book form at Amazon

 

2 comments:

Morning said...

cool job.

Bluebell Books said...

for women?

wow, love the idea.
Thanks.