Leading Ladies Founder Treva Gordon Publishes New Self-Help Book

Stories of powerful and influential women reveal the strength of a woman’s spirit in author Treva Gordon’s “Leading Ladies: Sharing Our Stories of Inspiration and Faith”.

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CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. (PRWEB) June 17, 2013

“Women have always been the strong ones of the world,” says the late French designer Gabrielle “Coco” Bonheur Chanel. Since the beginning of time—from Eve to Coco Chanel and beyond—women have always held a place of significance in the history of the world. Author Treva Gordon founded the Leading Ladies and shares stories that prove time and time the true strength of a woman’s spirit in her new self-help book, titled Leading Ladies: Sharing Our Stories of Inspiration and Faith.

“The book is God-inspired. I wanted to encourage many women, so the purpose was to gather 50 women together would share inspirational stories,” says Gordon. “The purpose of Leading Ladies Book: Sharing Our Stories of Inspiration and Faith is to inspire and motivate all women to win and to succeed. It contains personal shared stories of women from everywhere.”

Because of the universality of the themes and the high-profile contributing writers, Gordon’s book will appeal to all readers alike because at some point in life everyone faces struggles, but even in the most challenging times, we can still WIN. Some of the Leading Ladies authors include: Speaker of the House Beth Harwell, Tennessee State Senator Thelma Harper, City of Clarksville, Tenn., First Woman Mayor Kim McMillan, with an introduction written by Dr. Dorinda Clark-Cole, who is an award-winning Grammy artist.

This phenomenal nonfiction self-help book is a survivor’s manual that promises to uplift each reader draw the motivation and inspiration needed to WIN in everyday life. There is something in here for everyone. The writers are real leading women who are all successful Leading Ladies; for together, they are wives, mothers, business leaders, ministers, and more. Most of all, they are Daughters of God.

With inspiring people as its main goal, Leading Ladies: Sharing Our Stories of Inspiration and Faith shares 50 stories from women from all area backgrounds of life and faith. It discusses marriage, family, career, and more; something for everyone who reads. Gordon has been true to her mission to do positive work in her community and to set a standard of excellence by writing real stories from our heart and life.

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About the Author
Treva Gordon was born in Detroit and grew up in River Rouge, Mich. She accepted the Lord in her life at a young age. She now lives in Tennessee with her husband Robert and three children. In 2004, Gordon had a near death experience that changed her life forever. In her hospital room, she answered her call to God. Today she is an evangelist, author, motivational speaker and more. She is also a business leader. In 2011, Gordon founded the group Leading Ladies. The purpose of the group is to motivate and inspire women from all faiths and backgrounds to succeed. In 2012, she was inspired by the Holy Spirit to reach out to more than 50 women to share their personal stories of inspiration and faith to be placed inside of a book. Many women quickly responded to the call. Gordon is blessed to have the support she has today and continues to make a difference in her community. This is the first book project for Gordon with more books in the works. Her favorite scripture is Philippians 4:13 – I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. Gordon is a graduate of Austin Peay State University with a degree in corporate communications and marketing.

Leading Ladies * by Treva Gordon
Sharing Our Stories of Inspiration and Faith
Publication Date: May 21, 2013
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 388 pages; 978-1-4836-2637-6
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 388 pages; 978-1-4836-2638-3
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4836-2639-0

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