Local Author, Nataya Wright, to hold book-signing Saturday, June 10


Swainsboro native, Nataya Cowart Wright, is an author, licensed professional counselor and life coach, a serial entrepreneur, and the founder of the non-profit organization, SheRose, Inc. Additionally, Wright is also the owner of Sprout Behavioral Health and The Wright Mom Boss Enterprise. She is a wife to Monteney who she shares two beautiful boys with, Parke and Price. She loves spending time with her family and friends, traveling and booking trips, being creative, and keeping busy throughout her business ventures. Furthermore, Wright just released a new book titled Masks Off, Crowns On.

This Saturday, June 10, Wright will be hosting a book signing to celebrate her release of Masks Off, Crowns On. The signing will be held in Downtown Swainsboro at the Chamber Square in front of the fountain and will last from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. Be sure to stop by to meet this local author and give her your support.

Get a look into what you can discover within her book below:

Masks Off, Crowns On! What does that mean, anyway? Unfortunately, so many beautiful woman and girls just like you go through their lives hiding behind a mask of some sort. Now, you know we’re not talking about the Halloween-store variety here but rather, “masks” like self-consciousness, shame, fear, hurt, loneliness, insecurity, low self-esteem, negative body image, feelings of worthlessness, and the list goes on! If you’ve ever felt like you’ve had to wear one of these masks to help you fit in, or just because you think you deserve to, it’s time to think again. We all go through the highs and lows of life, just like the forty different girls in this collection of short stories that you are about to read. But no matter what we face, we must face it with confidence—and that means taking off our masks and replacing them with our “crowns.”

We all are! We’re all unique, special, beautiful, and gifted in our very own ways. So, you see, there’s no need to be ashamed of being you. You don’t have to blend in with the crowd. Be proud of who you are. You can learn from your mistakes, but don’t let them define you. And remember, even in the hardest times, you are worthy of love, respect, recognition, and all the good things this life has to offer you.

So, whip off that mask and crown yourself with gold!

Wright is looking forward to the love and support of her hometown on June 10, 2023. She is thrilled to sprinkle some pink joy in Swainsboro. She truly believes in the art of self-love. In fact, self-love is her jam, and every girl deserves it!