I couldn't be more excited to be part of the newest volume of

20 Beautiful Women: 20 More Stories That Will Heal Your Soul, Ignited Your Passion, and Inspire Divine Purpose.

Each chapter of this book is a personal short story written by women who were brave enough to  share parts of their personal story to encourage others. I'm honored to be a part of this book with each of them. My chapter, "Self-Love Is One of Those Things" is one of the hardest pieces I have ever written. It is inspired by a very long and hard struggle with being comfortable in my own skin and how it impacted my life and my heart for a very long time.  

About The Book

“20 Beautiful Women: 20 More Stories That Will Heal Your Soul, Ignite Your Passion And Inspire Your Divine Purpose”

is a collection of personal short stories from 20 more authors, speakers, and life coaches bonding together for the common goal of sisterhood, and to transform women from the inside out.

Amazon.com best-selling author Saba Tekle has compiled these stories from women who have experienced devastating circumstances, loss, and disappointments. The one thing that connects them all: they had the strength to heal, find their purpose through their pain and now passionately help others in the areas self-love, spirituality, relationships, finances, and forgiveness.

Many of these stories, told here for the very first time, will empower you to make real changes in your life, heal down to your soul, find your passion, and live your divine purpose, now.

You will find stories you can connect with, learn from, cry with, and grow from. It's a must read for anyone desiring connection with other real women and true transformation.

This compelling book may change your life forever!

Sample Chapter - Self-love Is One of Those Things

For the longest time, I didn’t feel comfortable in my skin. My lack of self-love almost de-stroyed me because it caused me to settle in every area of my life. I’ve come a very long way, but it hasn’t been without heartbreak and confusion along the way. Growing up, I was an extremely shy kid who never felt quite comfortable around people, with the exception of my family and a few close friends. This feeling of inadequacy all began in elementary school when I was teased for my brown skin and skinny frame. As a result, I developed the mindset that I somehow lacked something – whatever that something was, I didn’t know. Let’s just say kids can be very mean, and the seed of self-doubt had been planted. I found myself internalizing negative thoughts towards myself for far too long...