South Carolina Woman Releases Book and Product Line to Inspire Brown Women and Girls Nationwide
October 8, 2020
LakeView, SC- In a world saturated with division, uncertainty, and fear, one woman refused to allow another day to go by without giving black women and girls a tangible reminder of their individual & collective greatness. Self-publishing powerhouse Tabitha D. James, M.Ed., recently released her latest body of work “Dear Black Girl: Timeless Gems for Brown Girls Bound to Win” to unite an entire culture. Pouring nearly three decades of mementos and meaningful encounters with beautifully unique, vastly talented, and amazingly intelligent queens into a highly relatable and inspirational memoir, Ms. Tab explores the complexities and similarities of everyday women & girls – demonstrating that we all have our own stories.
In sharing these timeless gems to help black girls and women who want to WIN, Ms. Tab has managed to pre-sell books in over 95 US cities and two countries, only 15 days prior to the book’s official launch. The buzz over “Dear Black Girl: Timeless Gems for Brown Girls Bound to Win” is undeniable and the author and her team are stopping at nothing to ensure it reaches the hands and hearts of at least 2,900 brown & black girls by January 2021! Unlike any other devotion and inspirational collection, “Dear Black Girl” finds the relatable threads of life’s journeys to connect a community of often forgotten women into a beautiful tapestry of hope and empowerment.
A perfect blend of mementos and life-long lessons from women and girls of the inner-city, suburbs and even a few international communities, “Dear Black Girl: Timeless Gems for Brown Girls Bound to Win” is an excellent read for sororities, mentorship programs, reading clubs, collegiate groups and individuals dedicated to obtaining practical steps for enhancing and “leveling up” the lives of women of color worldwide.
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