“There are so many moments in life when we choose to silence our intuition, abandon our own voice, and play small, because of that accusing voice inside that whispers, ‘Who do you think you are, anyway?’” We all know that voice. The one that keeps us from being ourselves. The one that tells us to stay quiet. The one that forces us to follow all the rules, and tame our wild side that is aching to be released. Now, imagine being able to break free from that debilitating, condescending, shaming voice. Well, thanks to Leeana Tankersley and her new book “Brazen”, you now have an invaluable tool to help you do just that.
I heard about “Brazen” over a year before it was actually published, and from the moment I read the description, I anxiously awaited the publication date. Now, having finished the book, I can honestly say that it was worth the wait many times over. “Brazen” is written in such a way that makes it feel like a personal letter from Leeana that is addressed to you, the reader, with all the love, compassion, understanding, and gentleness of a trusted friend. Leeana shares deeply personal stories of her own life and struggles with readers in a way that assures you that she is right there beside you, encouraging you through every step of your own journey to brazenness. While some stories can become a bit too personal, and occasional comments and thoughts may feel inappropriate, these little drawbacks are easy to ignore as they are lost in the much bigger picture of wisdom, grace, beauty, and shamelessness that “Brazen” represents. Clearly, “Brazen” should not be missed. It is an invitation to “receive your identity, reclaim your voice, and recover your soul”, so that the real you can come out of hiding, and bless the world with all the beauty and wonder that you were created with.
“Book has been provided courtesy of Baker Publishing Group and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc.”