Chicago, IL (PRWEB) August 08, 2013
From Vanity and Vanessa Johnson comes Closure Sista Roses, an empowering self-help book that explores the depths of a woman’s heart and soul. From the dos and don’ts of dating to dealing with parents, this insightful self-help book embraces the challenging issues that women encounter today through testimonies from a solid group of female friends who always have each other’s back through good times and the bad.
One of the most important determinants of happiness in life is the presence of true friendship, especially among women. Surrounding oneself with a circle of genuine friends contributes to the well-being and security of a person as one gets on with life and, along the way, becomes a victim of the nooses of love, crisis within a family, and other troubles that arise. Such circumstances call for a person to run to, a shoulder to cry on, or a confidante to simply disclose pent-up feelings with. The Johnsons demonstrate this through their affiliation with the Sista Roses, an all-girl group helping one another to attain closure.
In this book, readers will be able to relate with Mae, Laura, Jean, and Jade while they recount their life experiences and how they were able to see it through with the help of each other. In its entirety, it shows the myriad of challenges a woman goes through in the different phases of life. With utmost clarity and honesty, the emotions are palpably put on display for the audience to easily connect with while they garner words of wisdom applicable to real life.
A revealing and incisive book that underlines the value of friendship, Closure Sista Roses is a handy guide to overcome life’s barriers with the help of real friends.
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About the Author
Vanity and Vanessa Johnson are twins born and raised in Chicago. They write stories to show and share information so that young women can know one day.
Closure Sista Roses * by Vanity and Vanessa Johnson
Publication Date: June 29, 2013
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 55 pages; 978-1-4836-5994-7
Trade Hardback; $24.99; 55 pages; 978-1-4836-5995-4
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