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Monday, April 1, 2013

Book Review: When a Woman Takes an Axe to a Wall ( #AtoZChallenge )

For those wondering, my A challenge for today is by author first name
Summary from GoodReads: Warning!!!! Women in this book are not afraid. They’ll snatch off their sling-backs, shimmy out of their couture, slip into overalls and strap on tool belts in the making of their perfect space and, in that, the renovation of their state of mind. When A Woman Takes An Axe To A Wall explores the synergy between a woman and the four walls she calls her own. Through anecdotes and incidents, it shows us that a woman, or indeed all women who take on their own home repairs embark on more than just superficial fix-it-jobs, they dip into the renovation of their own spirits.

My Review: This book has been divided into three different sections, each representing different ideals and stories.

What a refreshing book. This was absolutely great. As a female that has worked for years in a *man's industry* this was wonderful. This is a book focusing on empowerment. It lets you read, from personal stories, about what women can achieve when they do forget their *traditional* roles and go outside the box.

Pick up your copy {by the way, I do have one to give away...look for the post coming soon}. Read it, then read it again. Then take control. This one doesn't belong on a book shelf. It goes on a coffee table or an end table for easy grabbing.


Pages: 144

Review copy of this book provided by the author/publisher in exchange for a fair and honest review. In no way did the provision of the book affect the outcome of my review.

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