Thursday, October 25, 2012

Glamour Girl Book Review

Have you ever thought that you needed a head to toe makeover? It would be nice to get a new hair do, clothes, and even make up. All stay at home moms (SAHM) like myself probably daydream about a make over to look and feel fabulous from time to time. BUT have you ever thought of a inside out makeover. Recently, I was able to read a great perspective on receiving an ultimate make over from whom else but our Creator.  This great view in how to be a better you is, Glamour Girl by Megan Mottley.

In this eye-opening look at beauty, Megan pinpoints the characteristics that God views as attractive in us and highlights how we can strive toward these characteristics.  Once we have a soul that is aligned with Godly living can we truly have the ultimate makeover experience.

I felt that this book appeals to women in various stages in their walk with God. It can be uplifting for both women who are separated from God and those who are striving each day to walk by his side. In addition, there are self-discovery and self-evaluation quizzes to help the readers dig a little digger and really look at themselves in the mirror to find those areas that need a little more attention.

Mixing practical beauty tips with scriptures, Megan uses her experience and calling to help other women to find their most beautiful self.  I recommend  this book to those who seek to  discover how they can become a woman of beauty inside and out. 

Megan was kind enough to allow me to have a copy of her book in return for a honest review. This review is my personal opinion.


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Megan Mottley, Author of Glamour Girl: How To Get The Ultimate Makeover, has been writing since she was a child. It wasn't until Megan reached college that she realized her talent for writing; she decided to operate fully in her gift and as a result has made quite an impact on her growing audience. To date, Megan has over 12 years of experience in the journalism industry and has worked in every facet of the media. Megan earned a Bachelor of Arts in English (specializing in Professional/Technical Writing) from the University of Memphis. She also earned a Masters degree in Liberal Studies with an emphasis in Religion and Journalism from the University of Memphis. Megan worked as a freelance writer for 9 years and was published in Grace Magazine, Dateline Memphis Entertainment News, The Daily Helmsman, B. Visible Magazine, BRAVO Magazine, The Christian Banner-formerly Mid-South World, and PROUD Magazine. Megan worked as a Copywriter Intern at Clear Channel Radio and served as the Editor of PROUD Magazine and the Black Business Directory.

Megan launched her own publication, DIVINE Magazine, a high quality print and digital Inspirational Magazine, in 2007. Megan’s publication, DIVINE Magazine, won DMAG America’s Memphis Choice Award for Best Entertainment (2011) and she was also the recipient of Tri-State Defender’s 50 Women of Excellence Award (2011). In 2012, Megan received the Outstanding Young Alumna Award from her alma mater, the University of Memphis for the work that she has done through her publication. Megan was a nominee for the 2012 Best In Black Awards.

In 2011, Megan launched The Glamour Girl Movement, an inspirational experience designed to empower, ignite and rejuvenate women through beauty. The Glamour Girl Movement is based on Megan’s first book, Glamour Girl: How to Get the Ultimate Makeover which was released in November 2011. Megan has also released several self-help E-Books including Supernaturally Single, A Glamour Girl Series for Today's Single Woman and What's Stopping You, A Guide To Moving Forward In Life.

Megan attends Life Church of Memphis where she has served on several teams including Praise & Worship, Greeters, Nursery, Angel Food and Damascus Road.

Megan is a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated (Epsilon Kappa Chapter).
Megan has a beautiful 11 year old daughter, Kaitlin, who reminds her that every day is worth living and worth celebrating.

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