The Going Natural Book GiveAway

Going Natural Book Giveaway

Lately I’ve been meeting quite a few people who told me that my book was one of the first they bought, how they enjoyed it and what a difference it made. Naturally this not only humbles me, it makes me feel great at the same time! Then I even found a video testimonial that I wasn’t even aware off. It is such a joy to know that your work is being appreciated and makes a difference and I think all of those incidents were just telling me to giveaway some of my books. Duhhh, why didn’t I think of that before? Often enough other bloggers have asked me so now is the perfect time to do it.


Going Natural Book Giveaway

As you can hear, it was meant to be the first giveaway this holiday season but got the headbands got ahead of me. Anyway, take a look at some of the reviews and tell me why do you want the Going Natural book.  Are you going natural? Do you want to give it as a gift? Just tell me your reason and the book might be yours!

Here are some amazon reviews:

By Joyce Toni Oliver “J Toni” 
This review is from: Going-Natural: How to Fall in Love with Nappy Hair (Paperback)
Good things come in small packages! This is the best little book on natural hair care that I have ever read, and believe me I have read quite a few. Most others talk about “healthy” weave care and “healthy” perm care, and other products and processes that have no health value at all, but are, in reality, the root cause of hair breakage and other Black hair care problems. This book succintly lists hair care ingredients to avoid and those to incorporate. It explains in plain and simple language why various products are damaging to Black hair and Black health. Websites are also provided for updated information and to further the discussion on health and hair. Kudos to Mirielle! Never before has anyone de-mystified and simplified Black hair care from perspective of health and natural beauty.


By Kenneth D. Filipiak (bonfield il.)

This review is from: Going Natural; How to Fall in Love with Nappy Hair (Going Natural How to Fall in Love with Nappy Hair Book 1) (Kindle Edition)
i lovethe look so much bette than seeing my wife with burns and clumps of hair asking what to do


By S. D. Bledsoe “renaissance woman” (Houston, TX) 
This review is from: Going-Natural: How to Fall in Love with Nappy Hair (Paperback)
A fantastic reference guide to caring for natural hair and full of good advice and natural hair “recipes.” I’ve fallen in love with the recipe for moisturizing spray. It utilizes inexpensive ingredients, (distilled water, vegetable glycerin, and aloe vera juice) but it works much better on my hair than most commercial products.

The book also shows the variety of hair styling options available to naturals; too many of us think we are limited to a TWA or locks.

Finally, it is refreshing to find a book on natural hair care in which the models are truly “natural,” and not sporting weaves and/or texturizers. This allowed me to make a realistic assessment of how a finished style will look on my hair. I only wish that I had this book while I was transitioning.



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