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Review: It Girl 4 Life by Tamara Branch

Publisher:Heart Project Publishing
Release Date: June 2014
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Book Description:

“YOU have IT. IT is the GREATNESS you were born with.” – from the book
Writer, Artist and Speaker, Tamara Branch serves up 40 bite-sized chapters on how to build unshakable self-confidence, honor your life, and shine bright in the world, in ITGIRL4LIFE:How to bring out your special something and so much more. Get ready to fall in love with your own wisdom, beauty, and strength

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 I was really excited to pick up this book. I don’t read a lot of non fiction but when I do I tend to really like books in the self help section. I for sure really liked this book it was good. Tamara Branch touches on things we all want to hear! I liked the formating and approach for the subjects she wanted to talk about it was nice and simple and straight to the point. This book is also really short you can read it in one sitting, no problem and at the end you feel really good about yourself .
I loved that I could sit down for a few moment here and there and just get a little boost It Girl 4 Life is great for that and I would for sure recommend this book to all tween and teenage girls. I wish I had the chance to read this book when I was younger and struggling with my own identity but i am so glad that the younger generation has Mrs. Branch’s voice to help them out.
The only complaint I have is possibly having something to reinforce the points she was making. A lot of self help book include a “do it yourself” section after the written portion. This could include journaling your thoughts on the subject or something like that and for me that can really drive home the point the author was trying to make.
Overall a rather enjoyable and worth a read if it sounds appealing to you pick it up!

Author Bio:

authorPic1-214x300 Tamara Branch is from New York, born and raised in the Bronx. She is thrilled to share her first book release, ITGIRL4LIFE: How to bring out your special something and so much more. The book kicks off the ITGIRL4LIFE self-esteem movement to help empower girls to stand up, stand out and shine bright in the world.

Tamara has worked as a professional model and actor for almost two decades. She strutted down the runway for designers Calvin Klein, Donna Karen and Christian Dior, acted in a few independent films, co-hosted PBS New York’s education series, “What’s up in Technology” and appeared T.V. commercials and print ads for Levi’s, Old Navy, Hershey’s, Colgate, Kellogg’s Special K, Revlon, Hanes, Nike and many others. A Penn State alumnus and lifelong student of personal development, Tamara is deeply passionate about uplifting the human spirit.

After graduating from Institute for Integrative Nutrition, studying under Deepak Chopra, Dr. Andrew Weil and some of the top health and wellness experts in the world, she was inspired to raise the bar on her own ‘self care’ and support others in living more vibrantly. She is an abstract artist and teaches a dynamic dance class, where she gets to fuse her varied background, having trained in everything from jazz, ballet and modern to Afro-Caribbean and Salsa.

Tamara was recently asked to become a Female Visionary Author guest blogger for The Brave Heart Women Global Community. She’s a SAG/AFTRA member since 1998, a member of Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators and is represented by Abrams Artists Agency.
Tamara currently lives in Los Angeles, California, with her husband of seven years and offers ITGIRL4LIFE workshops to assist girls on their self empowerment journey. Her second book is due out next Spring. Stay tuned!

Author Links –

November 9 – 29
November 10 – Spotlight at Deal Sharing Aunt
November 10 – Guest Blogging at Coffee, Books, Art
November 12 – Spotlight at ReadsAlot
November 14 – Review at Debbie Jeans Blog
November 17 – Author 2 Author Marketing at BookIt BK
November 19 – Guest Blogging at BK Walker Books
November 21 – Reviewed at Arya The Fangirl
November 21 – Review & Guest Blog at Tea & Book
November 24 – Interviewed at The Avid Reader
November 26 – Review & Guest Blogging at SimpliSpeaking
November 28 – Review & Guest Blog at PubSlush
November 29 – Reviewed at My Life, Loves and Passions

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