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Never Forsaken

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by: Takiya La'Shaune
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Publication Date: February 11, 2013
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 210
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781620303443
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Book Synopsis
Takiya La’Shaune has a calling. It’s obvious in every chapter of her memoir, “Never Forsaken.” Takiya has opened her life and her heart in an effort to inspire and encourage women and girls who may have lost their way. Following the advice of a spiritual mentor, she began to record the events of her life in a journal that became her autobiography. Takiya is unflinching in facing the painful events of her childhood and adolescence. But she is not a victim. While telling of the challenging and even heart-breaking events over which she had no control, she also takes full responsibility for her own actions as a young adult and into the present. And in so doing she reveals that she is not a statistic, not a stereotype, not even just a survivor. She is not her past. She is an over-comer, powerful in her faith. Takiya not only tells her story, she leaves space for her readers to tell their own, with a journal insert and personal growth & self-reflecting prompts at the end of each chapter.
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Posted: March 23, 2013
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Takiya La’Shaune has a calling. It’s obvious in every chapter of her memoir, “Never Forsaken.” Takiya has opened her life and her heart in an effort to inspire and encourage women and girls who may have
lost their way.

Following the advice of a spiritual mentor, she began to record the events of her life in a journal that became her autobiography. Takiya is unflinching in facing the painful events of her childhood and adolescence. But she is not a victim. While telling of the challenging and even heart-breaking events over which she had no control, she also takes full responsibility for her own actions as a young adult and into the present. And in so doing she reveals that she is not a statistic, not a stereotype, not even just a survivor. She is not her past. She is an over-comer, powerful in her faith.

Takiya not only tells her story, she leaves space for her readers to tell th
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