Becca Anderson contributed to several bestselling personal growth books including the million-selling "Attitudes of Gratitude," and is co-author of "The Gratitude Power Workbook." She runs a Silicon Valley book club that meets regularly at East West Bookstore in Mountain View. In addition to her popular "Blogging Your Blessings" blog, Anderson runs the Every Day Thankful Facebook, Instagram and Twitter with over 10k followers and counting. She has been featured on national tv as well as Bay Area's NBC and ABC afiliates. Anderson has been featured on NPR including KQED's FORUM, KPFA, KALX and also spirituality radio such as Coast-to-Coast. Anderson will be doing events in the great SF Bay Area, Los Angeles and speaking at a Unity Churches on the West Coast on gratitude, the power of prayer and women's spirituality. The top book publicity firm that made You Are a Badass and Crazy Sexy Cancer will be promoting Becca Anderson's Prayers For Hard Times, Every Day Thankful and The Book of Awesome Women.
Becca Anderson is an author, teacher and writing instructor living in the San Francisco Bay Area. Originally from Ohio, Becca's background in women's studies has given her a lifelong passion for empowering women through their own herstory. The author of The Book of Awesome Women, Becca Anderson credits her first grade teacher as a great inspiration and runs several popular classes and workshops including "How to Put Your Passion on Paper."
"Beyond affirmations this book also shares tips to journal and discuss your own feelings and thoughts in a focuses way. These can help you to attain your own affirmative feelings as well as create a more solid feeling of what you want. Each affirmation station is so clear and not only gives you personal affirmations, but also quotes from famous and well known women in history and society to help you see how these affirmations can tie into real life. This text can help you to grow and find a strong sense of self, while also showing you women that you might want to connect with. This book is something you can use as a sort of coffee table book or something you can carry with you every day and no matter how you use it, there can be benefits for you and your daily life."- Nerdy Girl Express