(Dallas, TX- July 25, 2018) Kimesha Coleman self-esteem enhancement expert and award-winning author announces to revel the new book cover for “Pretty On Pretty Off”. The new book cover will be revealed during a live Q&A Facebook event, Tuesday July 31, 2018 at 11:00 am CST.
Despite a life of enduring tragic loss, divorce, toxic relationships, and failure, Pretty On Pretty Off demonstrates that there is always light at the end of the tunnel and through hard work, perseverance, and dedication you can obtain happiness. Kimesha candidly details her harrowing encounters with toxic relationships, the crippling aftermath, her growing through pains—all leading her to success.
Speaking to the media, Kimesha said, “I am very excited to launch Pretty On Pretty Off. I’m really hoping to change the way people view trauma and abuse; This book gives a totally different feel when it comes to toxic relationships and love.” She further added, “I hope my book will inspire many women to live a life that has many happy and loving experiences; the good life.”
To attend the Pretty On Pretty On Book Cover Facebook live event, visit http://bit.ly/prettybookcover.
Kimesha Coleman is a Self Esteem Enhancement Expert that works to empower others on the importance and power of having a healthy self-esteem and big goals. She is a sought out inspirational speaker, coach, advocate, action community leader, and author of three books including her award-winning book for social awareness titled “He Loves e Not: Buried Tears of Betrayed Love”, What My Last Boyfriend Taught Me, and Mastering Self-Esteem: 5 Steps to Move from Suffering to Contentment”. Her expertise lies in self-esteem, strategy, and success. Kimesha uses her own life experiences, lessons, and wisdom as a catalyst for change by providing simple, short, and practical tools that anyone can use and apply to their life to create change. To learn more visit www.coachingbykimesha.com.
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