Joined 5 years ago from Tenneessee
Tranula found her passion for writing early on in life. As an introvert she did not alway have to ability or courage to speak her thoughts or opinions, but found with writing she was free to express herself without fear. Throughout the years because of her consistency with writing she eventually found her voice and has become a powerful motivational speaker.
She has held several positions as a Author including Editor-in-Chief of Urban Cache Magazine, as well as serving as a contributor to Rebirth Magazine and VT Willi Magazine.
Tranula recently penned her first self-help empowerment manual entitled So They Call You A Victim? It challenges it's readers to take an introspective look at the things they've endured in their lives and reminds them that regardless of the trials they've endured they are not victims to those situations, but have the ability to get up and live a life of peace, and wholeness, and walk out the remainder of their days with strength and purpose.
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