The Little Book of Big Lies


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Amistad Press
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5.2 X 7.7 X 0.6 inches | 0.4 pounds

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About the Author

Tina Lifford began her acting career in 1983. Since then, the veteran Hollywood actress's multi-faceted career has left an imprint on audiences worldwide. She currently plays Aunt Vi on Queen Sugar, OWN: The Oprah Winfrey Network's hit television show. She is also recognized playwright and CEO of The Inner Fitness Project, a personal development network that teaches individuals to focus more on thriving than on surviving. She desires to inspire people from all walks of life to invest in their emotional wellbeing and act on their dreams so that they can feel less stressed and respond to life with more personal power, insight, and wisdom.


“In, The Little Book of Big Lies, Beloved Tina Lifford proves herself to be an "inner workout" coach. So many things we accept as truth simply aren't. So many things that we accept without question, stunt our growth. If you are ready to work through some lies that may be holding you back, give this little book a big read.” -- Rev. Dr. Iyanla Vanzant, Spiritual Life Coach, Host, Iyanla Fix My Life

“This little book is overflowing with the wisdom, vitality, truth telling and magic that could only be called Tina Lifford.” -- Eve Ensler author of The Vagina Monologues and The Apology

“From the moment I met Tina Lifford, I knew this beautiful woman had a gift. She is profoundly wise and has the most gentle, reassuring voice. As she takes us through her life lessons in The Little Book of Big Lies, she helps guide our path to a better understanding of ourselves. I'm now an Inner Fitness devotee, and you will be too after reading this gem-filled book.” -- Shaun Robinson, founder of the S.H.A.U.N. Foundation, producer, and author of Exactly As I Am

Lifford's sage lessons will be an antidote to poisonous thoughts for those with battered self-esteem. -- Publishers Weekly