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I Am That Girl: How to Speak Your Truth, Discover Your Purpose, and #bethatgirl
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I Am That Girl, You Are That Girl, We Are All That Girl

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Anali Martinez Gonzalez (analimartini) | 8 comments Mod
Let's start the discussion ladies! Feel free to say anything you think so far on this discussion board!


Adriana (adrianaef) | 2 comments I had never heard of this book until now and from reading the description I'm excited to start it =)


Annette Campos (acampos1977) | 2 comments Started last night so far so good.


Andrea (and87rea) | 4 comments Kindle Unlimited is awesome! I'm reading it through that. So excited. :)


Adriana (adrianaef) | 2 comments Andrea wrote: "Kindle Unlimited is awesome! I'm reading it through that. So excited. :)"

I've seen that and wondered how the service was.


Andrea (and87rea) | 4 comments Adriana wrote: "Andrea wrote: "Kindle Unlimited is awesome! I'm reading it through that. So excited. :)"

I've seen that and wondered how the service was."


It's great so far. There are a lot of books included and it's a good deal for the price.I read on my kindle, on my computer and on my phone with the app as well.


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So, this is not typically the type of book I would read on my own... Like, AT ALL. But, I'm really glad to be a part of this and expanding my horizons. I was in tears by the second chapter. The couple part really hits close to home & I think I will get a lot out of this book. It might be too personal, but I'm wondering if anyone else has taken her advice with the meditation and self check in? I found it really helpful.


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Nancy Gomez | 3 comments Kindle says I am only 11% in the book, however just wanted to make the comment that this book IS not what I thought it was. Not bad, just not what I thought it was going to be like. I am excited for the discussion!


Anali Martinez Gonzalez (analimartini) | 8 comments Mod
Nicole wrote: "So, this is not typically the type of book I would read on my own... Like, AT ALL. But, I'm really glad to be a part of this and expanding my horizons. I was in tears by the second chapter. The cou..."

I am going to start the book today! FINALLY! But I bought a notebook to write down thoughts, quotes, etc. in for the whole year in the book club. I will most likely do the self check-ins included in the book =)


Anali Martinez Gonzalez (analimartini) | 8 comments Mod
Nancy wrote: "Kindle says I am only 11% in the book, however just wanted to make the comment that this book IS not what I thought it was. Not bad, just not what I thought it was going to be like. I am excited fo..."

What did you think it was going to be like? Was it the cover or the title that made it seem like it would be different to you?


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Nancy Gomez | 3 comments From just the title and the pink cover I assumed it would be fiction. And it would probably be a fictional story about a female coming of age, type story. Which is interesting that it's more of a guide towards coming of age.


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Finished it. Loved it. Changed my life, no joke. Kinda cheesy but I was in dire need of this pep talk & I'm ready to go out there and own grad school! How funny that I got my acceptance letter and finished the book on the same day. Makes me excited to go on and tackle my life after the confusion of a terrible breakup and a "gap year". Hope y'all got as much out of it as I did, and thanks for voting on this one!


Andrea (and87rea) | 4 comments I couldn't do it. I had to give up on this. I had a hard time reading it. I liked the premise of it and I found many useful concepts and quotes, but the author's voice was unbearable. Her perspective was narrowminded, entitled, and privileged. I couldn't bring myself to appreciate her points of view and I couldn't take her seriously. I really wanted to get through this book and give it a chance, but I did not like how I felt when I read it. I'm not used to disliking books so this is a weird experience for me, but I had to be honest with myself and with y'all. That's just my experience, though, and I wanted to share it.


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