Sunday, July 5, 2009

GirlForce by Nikki Goldstein


If you're a 'tween or teen and wondering why you're different from your friends, GirlForce just may have the answer.

Are you flirtatious, introverted, overly sensitive or stressed? Need a quick complexion fix or hair tip?

From body and mind type, to why you like certain foods and your BFF doesn't, this Girl's Guide to the Body and Soul is one of the most complete and eye-appealing books for the teenage girl to come along in quite some time.

Girl Force breaks down your type in three different sections. Are you Earth, Air or Fire? You'll be able to determine your skin type, exercise guidelines for your body type, how to avoid stress and even make better decisions when it comes to relationships. Even learn to dress for success!

I'm impressed by this book from Nikki Goldstein with its common sense information and beautiful illustrations. (Recommended by publisher for 'tweens, but I believe older girls would enjoy it)

About Nikki Goldstein


Nikki Goldstein has worked as a beauty editor and writer for Marie Claire, Vogue, Elle, InStyle and Cosmopolitan. Motivated by her own experiences, she decided to share the positive impact of Ayuveda - and in doing so help millions of girls across the world to feel fantastic about themselves.

Nikki regularly blogs on her two websites - www.mygirlforce.com and www.gettoknowyourdaughter.com which give further information about the power of GirlForce, as well as fun quizzes, activities and forums.

Buy GirlForce on Amazon



Mary Cunningham is the author of the award-winning series, Cynthia's Attic - buy on Amazon or download on Fictionwise

Mary Cunningham Books

New teen short story, "Ghost Light"

2 comments:

Jennifer Hudson Taylor said...

My daughter will be 12 next month and I'm always on the lookout for something she might actually enjoy reading. I was reading all kinds of books at her age, but she has yet to "click" with a great novel.

Mary Cunningham said...

Hi Jennifer,

Thanks for the comment. Good luck with finding a good novel for your daughter.

If she likes mystery, time-travel, she might enjoy "Cynthia's Attic!"

If she likes older, YA novels, check out some other books listed with my publisher, Quake.
http://www.echelonpress.com (then click on the Quake link)

Good luck!