Chicago-based new book, 'Undercover Superhero' show the magic of mastering your mind power

We all love a good superhero movie. Whether it is the Avengers or the Justice League, all of us get excited for the new superhero movie to come out. But sometimes the villains are in real life. We have to rely on our own superpowers to thwart the villains and outsmart them!

In her new book, "Undercover Superhero" local Chicago author Anita Myers reveals her journey with bullying, racism, and abuse. She reveals how discovering her inner superhero helped her to climb out from the shadows and step into her own light.

"It's about survival skills in the non-physical world. It's also about recognizing the covert operations we were engaged in, the powers we've always had within ourselves that actually have the potential to reveal that we are Undercover Superheroes," said author Anita Myers.

Superhero Book Launch Event

Together, Anita Myers and Rose Gold Publishing will host a "Book Launch Party and Reading" on October 30th at The Brazilian Express at 1045 South Roselle Road in Schaumburg, Illinois from 6:00pm to 9:30pm. Guests are encouraged to dress in their best costume as a superhero, undercover agent or super agent.

At the event, the costumed super hero and agent guests can experience a reading from the book, engage in Q&A and power up with a full dinner.

About the Author

As an author, thought leader and sought-after speaker, Anita Myers is dedicated to redefine wellness through bringing light to the proper and powerful engagement of mind power. She is the President and owner of InnerScope Consulting, providing personal coaching programs and services for clients nationwide.

She is the author of two books, including her latest, The Undercover Superhero: Mission Possible is an Inside Job and The Dating GPS: Guys, Pricks and Sweethearts.

She's also the host and creator of her own podcast, 24/7 Power with Anita Myers and Dolly Cortes.

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