“Living a Mask Life” is a riveting read by author Tarralyn Jones. The book will take you on a journey throughout her life as a sister, wife, mother and entrepreneur while concealing her truth from the world.
Her faith in God and love of her family helped her navigate her path, overcome difficult trials and tribulations and ultimately made her a walking expression of what she feels in her soul. While reading this book you will be asking yourself am I “Living a Mask Life”
“Tarralyn Jones has always been tough, powerful, creative, organized, and a well-put-together woman. As a teenager Tarralyn successfully planned and organized a top-notch fashion show at a well-known hotel, featuring youth from our community, with the support of the late Bishop L. T. Weaver of Greater Faith Temple Church of God in Christ. Growing up with Tarralyn was never a dull moment. She always exhibited strength and resilience. No matter what, she never let them see her sweat! Never would any of us expect her to have endured the pain, turmoil and extreme personal conflict that almost destroyed her very being....”
"I’m delighted to write a foreword for my beautiful and talented sister. Tarralyn’s experiences has deepen her relationship with Christ and allowed her to find her purpose which is to encourage, pray, minister & be an advocate for hurting women.
Living a Mask Life is an authentic & transparent book that will empower women to live a free spiritual life while unapologetically loving themselves and realizing they can do anything through Christ which strengthened you. A must read! "
"I have known the author for over 30 years. She is an advocate in her community and the church. Like most women we all wear many hats taking care of our families, the church, businesses and others. Tarralyn is no different, she is a very caring and passionate woman. She gets things done. Many times we bury ourselves helping others while we ourselves are hurting on the inside. “Living a Mask life” will allow the pages to jump from this book into our very beings as we begin to see ourselves and start peeling the layers in our own lives to become the woman God designed us to be. "