Tomi Lahren Teases Cover Shoot For Upcoming Book

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Katie Jerkovich Entertainment Reporter
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Tomi Lahren got her follower’s attention Monday when she shared a handful of shots from behind-the-scenes at her latest photo shoot for her upcoming book.

The 26-year-old Fox Nation host posed for the shoot wearing a variety of colorful outfits as she posed for the cover shot of her book titled, “Never Play Dead: How The Truth Makes You Unstoppable.” In one of the photos, she looked just as terrific as ever, in a short-sleeve low-cut black dress that she paired with nude-colored high heels.

She captioned the post, “Behind the scenes of my book cover photo shoot! This has been a challenging yet incredible journey. I learned so much about myself writing this book. Coming to you in July! #TeamTomi #NeverPlayDead #photoshoot.”  (RELATED: Tomi Lahren Settles Lawsuit With The Blaze)


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The former “The Blaze” host, who is rarely shy about her thoughts, previously shared a bit of details about the book due out in July. (RELATED: Tomi Lahren Rocks MAGA Hat And More As She Celebrates National Hat Day)

“As I put the finishing touches on my book (on sale in July) I figured it was only appropriate to throwback to my time at TheBlaze. It started rough and ended even tougher but I wouldn’t be the woman I am today without that experience. I love you for what you put me through. #TeamTomi #NeverPlayDead #throwbackthursday,” Lahren captioned a handful of pics from her time with the outlet.


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According to a description on HarperCollins.com Lahren’s book “encourages all Americans, especially women, to find their voice and speak out. She skewers the hypocrisy of the self-esteem movement that has made people afraid to stand up for themselves.”

And tells readers the best way to “stand your ground” and “find your fearless side” is to “worry less about who might offend, and focus on who you might inspire. In the long-run, you will never regret being forceful when the truth is on your side.”