Gentlewoman: Etiquette for a Lady, from a Gentleman

Gentlewoman: Etiquette for a Lady, from a Gentleman

by Enitan O. Bereola II

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Overview

Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown...

Have you ever witnessed a Lady? Not a woman, but a Lady. She’s a girl by birth, woman by maturity and Lady by choice. Do you remember how the sight of a Lady made you feel? Did she smile at you? Could you feel her warmth? Do you remember her scent of comfort and truth? Can you recall how difficult it was explaining what you witnessed when she walked by? Her high heels were music; her stride was a song. She walked in greatness influencing nations with each step. Do you remember your first time?

Well, when was the last time you saw her? Her story isn’t being told. Her legacy is being watered down, and society is taking notes. She’s much more than a victim with hips.

This story isn’t one of those "how to get a man" books or "he thinks he's right because he's a man" books. This took time. This is an etiquette book for women, written by a man–a crazy man, crazy over you and crazy enough to write for and about you. This is a State of Emergency!

GENTLEWOMAN sets out to explore the demise of femininity and class in contemporary society. Unlike any other book, the author along with Hill Harper, Meagan Good, Congresswoman Barbara Lee, Michelle Williams & more share insight to inform, educate and empower womanhood. It's fresh, fun and sexy uncommon sense advice designed to facilitate a necessary conversation amongst the sexes that leads to real solutions. Oh, and a man wrote it!

“From selecting wines to selecting a mate, I am re-branding etiquette. Making manners beautiful, again.” –E.B. II

CLASS is back in session!


*GENTLEWOMAN is the #1 bestselling Etiquette Advice Guide on Amazon. Oprah Winfrey and The First Family are proud owners.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780692324257
Publisher: The Bereolaesque Group
Publication date: 11/11/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 308
Sales rank: 657,370
File size: 5 MB

About the Author

Enitan Bereola, II has taken the classic concept of manners and made it sexy, again! He penned the award-winning & best-selling book, BEREOLAESQUE: The Contemporary Gentleman & Etiquette book for the Urban Sophisticate. His newest best-seller, GENTLEWOMAN: Etiquette for a Lady, from a Gentleman is the #1 Etiquette Advice Guide on Amazon.

As a 2x Amazon and iTunes bestselling author, Bereola is a sought after celebrity ghostwriter, powerful speaker, producer, Soul Train columnist and periodic Essence Magazine relationship advice contributor whose voice touches generations. He is the recipient of the Black Celebration award for Greatness in Literature, Shades Wedding Magazine "Man of the Year" award and other decorated honors. The author has been selected as one of BLACK ENTERPRISE Magazine's Young and Bold Business Leaders and deemed a History Maker by the HistoryMakers' organization. He's exercised etiquette on FOX News, dished dating advice to NBC Niteside, talked tips on TV One with Roland Martin, BET and MTV-u. His writings have been discussed on nationally syndicated radio, and he's been featured on the cover of national magazines.

Bereola's brand garners the interest of celebrities and pop-culture alike. He's paired up with Beats By Dre's "Show Your Color" campaign to spread his gentleman message as well as Jay-Z and Steve Stoute's Translation, LLC advertising & marketing company. Oprah and the First Family are proud owners of his latest book.

Mr. Bereola has been a keynote speaker at over 50 colleges & universities. He's been invited to speak at Harvard, Stanford, Tufts & several other institutions. Bermuda College & Kansas State made his first book a required part of their curriculum. Bereola recently sold out the historic Howard Theatre.

Enitan finds solace in giving back. He partnered with the Alice E. Foster Scholarship Program to sponsor scholarships for high school graduates exiting the foster care system. He also partnered with Autism Speaks through American Dreaming Magazine, who donates 100% of profits from POP displays at retailers. The author adopted his former high school - Piedmont Hills, to contribute 20% of his Barnes & Noble book sales to help fund student programs. Recently, he joined forces with Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of America to help their mission to fund research and programs.

Enitan Bereola II attended Florida A&M University and is on a world tour bringing etiquette back in a sexy way.

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Gentlewoman: Etiquette for a Lady, from a Gentleman 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Tiana Glover More than 1 year ago
I found this book originally on Instagram from a fiends posting of it. I had no background history of the author or what the book was about but the mere fact that it was a mans perspective of how he thinks a woman should carry herself, which being single it was super intrigued. Little did I know that my WHOLE crown would be adjusted! For some women confidence is hard in a world that makes us feel like we have to be prim and proper in societies rules of etiquette. Becoming a gentlewoman is hard when you've been told so many things from guys who have put you down from all angles, and to have a man of distinctive character be REAL and help women adjust their crown from the perspective of a gentlemen saying "Don't question your worth because you don't get the same kind of attention another woman gets. Some men only go after what's EASILY attainable. Perhaps you wouldn't want that kind of attention..." That's a gem all by itself in knowing your worth, watering and living on your own green turf. Mr. Bereolaesque this book us a 100% MUST HAVE for any book shelf a woman is building. Thank you for this written gem!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This isn't a self help book it's a wake up call
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