Author: Ricky Roberts III
Publisher: Tate Publishing
Reviewed by Teresa Morrow http://teresamorrow.com originally for Amazon
Just like all his other books, Ricky Roberts III, does not disappoint with
his latest book, Awakening the New You. He offers his personal experiences
layered with his insight of how we all can live a life where we know we
are valued. Ricky always strives to bring the reader along for this
journey called life and wants each of us to know the value we can hold and
do hold in this world. He offers the message of peace, love and beauty
that no only surrounds us but also lives within us.
About the Author:
Ricky Roberts III lives in St. Petersburg, Florida. He is the founder of
You Are Valued, a nonprofit organization that creates positive change by
embracing the value of every man, woman, boy and girl through community
involvement, outreach, discussion and inspiration. This is Ricky's fourth
book, proceeded by: You, What Really Matters, and Where did the Gift GO.
When he's not writing, Ricky is a speaker and youth advocate. You can read
more about Ricky and his book on his website at
Review link: Amazon
Teresa Morrow, aka The Author's Cheerleader
Promotion Manager for Spiritual Authors & Speakers and Inspirational Author/Poet/Coach. She is the author of
Life Lessons from the Heart (2012 Smashwords) and
DISOWNED: A Journey of Transformation from Abandonment to Healing (2013 Amazon Kindle). Learn more about her at http://www.teresamorrow.com and Facebook: @teresamorrow
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