Don’t Make #GirlMistakes

(22 customer reviews)

$19.95

Signed Autographed Copy by Author Grace Amazin
Portion of book proceeds will go to

501(c)(3) Non Profit Organization
Mistakes are a necessary part of life. How we learn to deal with them determines who we become. While some fail to learn and continue their oblivious trek through life, others take a moment to reflect, figure out what went wrong, and adjust so as never to make that mistake again. Author Grace Amazin decided it was time for a change after taking time to recount her share of mistakes and how they had affected her life and helped her grow. Grace began reflecting on how she overcame the roadblocks in her life and now she shares those experiences with you.
Don’t Make Girl Mistakes: The Dos and Don’ts in Life is more than a mere book. It is a code for girls and women to adhere to in order to grow their lives and become better tomorrow. Compiled from the experiences of a woman who has lived through numerous scenarios and situations, worked with very powerful people, and stepped through all walks of life in her journey, it is the evolution of knowledge and filled with a variety of topics every woman knows. From dating the wrong men, having those frenemies, finding your career, and going after your dreams, Don’t Make Girl Mistakes shows the positive effects of making conscious decisions.
Don’t Make Girl Mistakes is the perfect resource for every woman AND the men associated with them! We are all bound to make mistakes. It’s how we deal with them that determines who we are and who we will be.

22 reviews for Don’t Make #GirlMistakes

  1. Kyendra Tucker

    Don’t Make Girl Mistakes draws you in from the very first page!! The author gives you the raw, the real, and the uncut truth in every chapter, as she takes you on a journey through those common “GirlMistakes. It’s a phenomenal emotional ride, that will give you all the feels!! You will surely laugh, cry, shout, smile, and root for all of the characters in the book. The writer gives young women and men a roadmap to follow through life; a cautionary, positive well-written guidebook, by sharing scenarios with her readers, to teach them how to navigate through both personal and professional situations. You will finish the book feeling full – more hopeful and knowledgeable, and ready to recognize all the game that is thrown your way! This book is for everyone and will be a classic in no time! A must read for sure!!!

  2. Linda

    Love the straight forward approach the author has in offering common sense advise every woman should follow. A good book worth the read.

  3. Steve_M

    The author in her book tries to educate other girls on what to do to avoid making unnecessary mistakes in their lives. One of the main mistakes that girls/women make is using their emotion and not logic which may result in them being treated less than the queens that they are. The information in the book is very straightforward and educative and should be read by every girl. This book is exciting and full of scenarios that most women can relate to. Definitely a must read, especially for females who want to learn how to maneuver through life being smarter, become successful, while avoiding making unnecessary #girlmistakes. What an amazing job from Grace Amazin!

  4. Paul Broome

    My first reaction was less than positive, but the more I read “Don’t Make #Girl Mistakes,” the more I liked it. The tone was offsetting, but I think given Ms. Amazin’s audience, one that works. She’s talking to girls who, with a college degree or not, want to get out there and get the job/career they want.

    Ms. Amazin’s advice concerning men is basically the same advice girls hear on the street, i.e., don’t sell yourself short. Don’t fall in love with the first guy who flips you a ring he bought at the pawnshop, sort of advice. And frankly, I think girls need to hear that even now in the millennium.

    I liked the earthy tone and straight-forward advice. Very well done! Five stars!

  5. Judy Bishop

    I liked this book and its message. Plenty of tasty nuggets well worth considering, especially for young women finding their way in the world. Author is straight-forward and honest, but provides sound advice. Recommended.

  6. jason laureno

    I like Grace. She takes care of business, follows her own advice, and wants to be the rising tide that lifts all boats. This is a great introduction to a can-do woman who wants to share what has worked for her.

  7. charmayne ortega

    This book is a game-changer! 2020 the WORST year of my life (no surprise!!!!) hittin brick walls and work a total nightmare! But I figured it outt! I was being basic to.the.core. The first time I read this (Yeah I read it more than once!) its like I actually had my eyes open. This book MAKES SENSe!! Feel like 2021 I’m focused on being on top of my game again. Getting my mojo back! Already been telling my friends about this! Fr pick this up.

  8. Michele

    Direct, and honest, no-bs self-help. I work in the finance sector and I’m satisfied with my career and professional life. Unfortunately, when it comes to dating it seems like there is something wrong with me. I’ve looked at other self-help books but most come across as very sterile and impersonal. Reading through ‘Don’t Make Girl Mistakes’ I could feel the author’s personality on every page. Her candor and honesty is refreshing and her advice is relevant, helping me to finally recognize the warning signs I ‘ve been missing when it comes to finding the right guys to date. Since reading I’ve learned that I need to re-evalate my dating life and avoid the mistake of constantly going after the wrong men. Eye-opening and impactful writing, ‘Don’t Make Girl Mistakes’ is a book for the modern woman.

  9. Alex Miller

    Grace is an absolute tonic! I got this for a cousin and she’s already a total fan! She is a big believer in karma and ‘what goes around comes around’ so when she read what the author wrote about how to give ‘without expectations’ it really clicked with her. I enjoyed reading it myself because as a man it’s good to learn how women think, besides the writing is easy to follow. An interesting, engrossing new book, could be an ideal stocking filler!

  10. D. B. Rose

    Written in a powerful, authentic voice of real-life experience, this is your home-girl. Ms. Amazin gives very good, solid advice for more than just girls who might be in danger of making mistakes when on the wrong end of an imbalance of power (which, for many of us, is most of the time). She pulls no punches, but refrains from being unnecessarily offensive while still telling it like it is. Highly recommended.

  11. Maggie Stukes

    I’ve always had an interest in self-betterment and personal growth so when I came across this book I thought I’d try it out. ‘Don’t Make Girl Mistakes: The Do’s & Dont’s in Life’ is well-written and the common-sense, conversational style means it’s easy to take in what’s being said. This book talks ‘to’ you instead of ‘at’ you, and I just think it’s really cool that the author is able to share her knowledge and experience like this. This book will definitely make you think twice about how to make moves in your life with logic, just like playing chess.

  12. CC Gallo

    A read filled with tons of examples of do’s and don’ts every coming of age woman needs to read. If you want to get through life a little wiser and make less “girly” mistakes, this can be a great eye-opener self-help type of book. It’s an easy smooth read you won’t regret.

  13. Xaymum

    Reading this book felt like I had a second mother figure in my life. The author really feels like a friend, genuinely helping to guide you through all the different facets of life including being focused in your professional life, how to spot relationships that are likely to go downhill and not work out, and even the idea of ‘frenemies’ and how to be giving without expecting things in return. It’s a great guide told from a down-to-earth perspective. Highly recommend this read!

  14. Audrey

    I really loved this book. It’s a great book for women. The chapters, one by one, were exactly relevant to all of the things I have been thinking about and working on lately! As someone who is trying to make better decisions about valuing myself, who I choose to spend time with, and how to advance in my passions and goals, I was amazed how relevant and engaging this book is. I highlighted so many things. I was very inspired. Many things she said cut right to my heart because they were exactly what I needed to heart. This is a really important book to read if you are ready to raise the price tag of your value and sense of self-worth!

  15. Lisaanne Charles

    This book is truly a must-read for all women, but especially for millennials who are soon approaching adulthood. It is so refreshing to have someone share real-life experiences and have them explain how they overcame each one. This book exemplifies independence, the power of hard work, and above all, perseverance. It would be amazing to have this book showcased in highschools and universities to provide as a guide for young women who never had guidance. Though something I really appreciate about this book is the author’s willingness to admit when she was wrong in a situation, she exhibited self-accountability, which is definitely a virtue that all of us need to learn. To sum it up, this book has to be on your to-read list!!!

  16. Jack

    This book has a lot of useful real-world advice/wisdom in it. The author uses a lot of stories/experiences that she’s had and shows what she has learned from these challenges. Although this book is mainly intended for women, I believe the wisdom and advice that the author provides in this book is highly beneficial for men too. Overall, this was an enjoyable read, and I’d definitely recommend it.

  17. Charmaine

    I found this to be a great road map for young women to help avoid some common pitfalls. These important topics are usually not spoken on enough. If they are mentioned, they are not as relatable, and frank as how this author has carefully taken time in this book to have these much needed conversations.

  18. gray sheep

    This book is fire. The author does not waste any time and I have to say that’s one of the main things I like about this book. It’s upfront and fierce in a way that makes you want to jump in with both feet. It’s punchy, peppy, and powerful, and at the same time, it has a lot of heart as well. I’m impressed with the authors amazin stories of endurance and triumph. Definitely a great read for men and women.

  19. Sarah

    Very entertaining read. I love that the author used her own experience to fuel this book. I want to reread at some point.

  20. Max Hiller

    Up until now, the best advice I heard women give one another was that “It don’t mean a thing if you don’t get a ring.” The life lessons and advice this book, which are far more diverse and useful than my singular tidbit, provides ought to be taught to every young woman, and man, at an early age. Knowing to place a value on your body, mind, and efforts seems obvious, yet we are surrounded by obvious cases of people not doing so. This book is well written, is clearly focused, and both a window into the life and accomplishments of a truly amazing woman and a handbook for those who wish to become anything like her. It should become a dog-eared staple in every family’s library, to be handed down from generation to generation to fill in the gaps in what we teach our children.

  21. iwrite2

    Great writing. The author used her story to help guide others in what not to do. They are indeed helpful tidbits. That most might not immediately think of because it happens all to often, and it becomes the norm. Great writing again.
    There is some strong language but if you read the story for what it is, you can move past that. Kudos. I look forward to reading more.

  22. Telly Lattibeaudiere

    This was such a great read. I mean I just couldn’t put the book down. I know this author personally and I’m so proud of her. Telling her story, and helping others along the way. Great job Grace

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