Benicia, Ca –December 2010--- In her book ”THE BLESSED SOUL MEETS THE DISGUSTED SOUL”, Tracey discusses everything from slavery to modern day stereotype’s. She touches on both the strengths and weaknesses of the Black Woman and what she brings to her Community. After reading ”THE BLESSED SOUL MEETS THE DISGUST SOUL” you and your friends will be sitting down to have quite a few intellectual conversations on how you can repair today’s African American Community. This is a must read for any African American who considers themselves progressive and an asset to their community!
Ms. Duvall is excited about the conversations that her book is about to ignite and looks forward to being part of those discussions. Please feel free to contact Ms. Duvall via her PR team at firstname.lastname@example.org or 888-546-7947 for speaking engagements.
About the Author
Tracey Renee Duvall,
Is a former state employee working at State Compensation Insurance Fund as a claims supervisor. After departing from the state of California she embarked on a dream she desired to do her entire life: writing books.
Tracey continued her education after graduating from high school at Chabot Jr. College, then she enrolled at Medical Technical Division (MTD) School and received a certificate in Phlebotomy and front and back office training. Her passion in life is caring and uplifting the shut in and critical ill people. She volunteers her time giving love to patients on dialysis and taking chemo treatments.
She resides in Northern California with her family.
Link to excerpt on Tracey’s blog The Blessed Soul Meets The Disgusted Soul http://traceyduvall.wordpress.com