Author Deborah Franklin wrote her first book "Adjectives," in efforts to truly help other women pay attention to what they call themselves and answer to. Franklin's book has created a circle of release for women worldwide no matter religion, race, or preference the book meets the needs of the heart.
Baltimore, MD, USA -- "Adjectives" is a book designed to help one heal from the inside out. Explaining how to regain or develop these principals in their life: The books helps its readers to take a practical look at complex situation and using everyday solutions to get to the desired outcome.This book can be used by an individual or a group. It was intended for women of all ages, but men can benefit as well.
Franklin's book "Adjectives," has a way of helping its reader look in the mirror and accept who they are as a person. "The moment of truth and trust comes when you can start loving you from the inside out," said Deborah Franklin.
Deborah Franklin is now looking at new ventures as a cast member of The Tea a talk show reviewing books written by African American authors. The cast members will be discussing pop culture, politics and how to better the lives of women. Executive producer of the show Max Rodriquez is also the producer of "The Harlem Book Festival" and annual event held in NYC.
Video of Live Presentation: https://youtu.be/gd51liGpkPk
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