This Hardcover Edition of Tomi Lahren's Never Play Dead: How the Truth Makes You Unstoppable is autographed on a bookplate by Tomi Lahren.
Stop thinking about who you might offend and start thinking about who you might inspire.
Fans are always asking Tomi Lahren where she gained the confidence and candor that have made her who she is: a celebrated free-speech advocate, a conservative media star, and one of the most controversial pundits in America.
In Never Play Dead, Tomi cheers on anyone, especially other young women willing to speak their minds. She takes readers on a tour of the internet trolls, political correctness police, campus activists, and condescending elites who never pass up a chance to quash honest debate. And she skewers the self-esteem movement that ironically discourages people from speaking up for themselves.
She tells the story of how she worked her way out of South Dakota to television fame in LA, surviving social isolation, a truly terrible boyfriend, and awful workplaces. Along the way, she was tempted to follow everyone’s advice to keep quiet and bide her time, but she never did.
This comes at a cost. Any time Tomi posts a video or sends out a tweet, it makes headlines. A video of a stranger throwing a glass of ice water at her and her parents went viral, and the president tweeted about it. She was fired at The Blaze because she wouldn’t toe the party line. However, it’s fine to lose followers as long as you never lose yourself. Whether you’ve been told you’re not good enough by parents, lovers, frenemies, bad bosses, or social media, it’s time to take Lahren’s advice and fight back.
Free speech isn’t just saying what you want; it’s hearing what you don’t want to hear. Never Play Dead teaches you to shed your fear, find your inner strength, speak the truth, and never let the haters get you down.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Tomi Lahren is FoxNews contributor and host on the digital streaming platform FoxNation. She is the youngest political talk show host in history. Her signature “Final Thoughts” segments exceed 500 million views on Facebook alone. Previously, Lahren served in a communications role at Great American Alliance, hosted “Tomi” on The Blaze, and “On Point with Tomi Lahren” on One America News Network.
Tomi writes in a very diaristic fashion and doesn't pay much attention to grammar and or/sentence structure, but that is not what this book is about. She is very candid and goes into detail about her professional history with Fox, The Blaze, and her time at UNLV. I hope liberals and conservatives can connect on the message this book portrays- which is to be yourself and stand up for what you believe in. That message is important for everyone to hear. I think Tomi gets a lot of unnecessary hate and critique for being honest in the public eye, when the reality is all of us say controversial and shocking statements in private and/or on social media- we just never expect it to be revealed to the world. Tomi is just upfront about it. What was interesting to read is how she had her Glenn Beck trial paid for- essentially pro bono-esque- and there wasn't really a lot of context as to why. For someone who is so adamant about NOT getting "free handouts", I don't really understand the logic here. I hope she knows how fortunate she is to have had someone take that case for her and resurrect her career. I hope she can apply the same mentality of taking chances, giving the benefit of the doubt etc...to people in America who are less fortunate than she is. I don't always agree with her politically but look to her as one of my role models in the sense that she is NOT another puppet of this catastrophic administration, but instead as a motivator and passionate speaker. -Opal Victoria
What an amazing female voice for our time. Regardless of nasty bias against her - she continues to speak out and share her conservative values without belittling others opinions. Other young people should take a lesson from her and research before believing all the hype around them. Awesome book. Well worth the time to read it. -Penny Brien