Tensie J. Taylor
Bullying Victim Rises from Terror to Triumph
Saturday March 9, 2019
Community Church at
11537 Apple Valley Rd
10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Admission is free.
Public is welcome.
Well-mannered and smart kindergartner Tensie was very excited to begin her first day of school. Although she was smaller than her peers, she had big dreams about how much she would enjoy being in grade school. However, her hopes were shattered that first day and the torment she experienced continued for 13 years. Now a successful author, university administrator, and motivator on a mission to curtail bullying in schools, Tensie J. Taylor will share her inspiring story during the March 9th meeting of the High Desert Branch of the California Writers Club.
Bullying has become a national crisis, and Taylor’s bestselling book “BULLIED: From Terror to TRIUMPH” is packed with horrendous stories of bullying. During her presentation, she will share intimate details about her childhood battle and how she survived throughout the torment, stopped being a victim, and thrived in its aftermath—including how the experience encouraged her to write.
Taylor masterfully wrote her memoir in record time, and will discuss her writing process, how to secure an agent, and her related publishing and marketing success.
In addition to providing valuable information to inspire writers and help boost one’s marketing, her presentation will offer worthwhile tools for anyone who experiences bullying directly or who knows victims (or bullies), or suspects that someone they know may be a victim.
Accomplished and aspiring writers, as well as students and educators, will benefit from this comprehensive and enthralling presentation. There will also be opportunities to meet Taylor one-on-one, and she will have copies of her book for purchase.
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