Tabitha Brown Tearfully Reacts To Book Hitting No. 1 On New York Times Best Seller List
The internet's favorite vegan auntie couldn't hold her emotions inside for this one.
October 07, 2021 at 7:07 pm
Tabitha Brown's new book Feeding the Soul (Because It's My Business): Finding Our Way to Joy, Love, and Freedom, hit the New York Times Best Seller list for "Advice, How-To and Miscellaneous" books at No. 1, and the internet personality had a very moving reaction to the news. Brown made a TikTok video where she thanked her fans as well as God for the amazing news about her first-ever published book.
I made #1 on NY Times best seller list🙌🏾 pic.twitter.com/OveaA14Eko— Tabitha Brown (@IamTabithaBrown) October 7, 2021
"You know how sometimes you do stuff — you do it with no expectation, and then God just blows your mind? Honey, that's the moment I'm in," Brown tearfully shared.
"I'm still kind of in a moment of shock, and I was kind of like, 'Oh my God, what does that mean?' I don't even know what to say," she continued.
During her celebratory reaction video thanking all of her supporters, she continued expressing her gratitude.
"I'm so thankful. I can't even believe my life right now, y'all. I just can't even believe it," she said.
"it's just a long time coming and also, a lot of new things I thought I would never do. I'm just so grateful. I got to call my daddy," she added.
In her book, Brown draws from her own personal experience, teaching others the lessons that helped her get to where she is now. According to her publisher, Harper Collins, the author started to suffer from chronic autoimmune pain at an early age. Ultimately, Brown listened to her body's spiritual and physical needs and switched to a plant-based diet.
The novel promises to feature "personal stories and inspirational quotes," along with "a few easy vegan recipes" sprinkled throughout. The book was released on Sept. 28.
The book's chapters are also built around some of Brown's clever catchphrases, like "hey there" and "because that's my business."
"Our life is our business, and if we don't take care of it, we can go out of business! So I thought maybe I could share a few moments that I almost went out of business — but came back stronger than ever before," she previously told People while discussing the book.