Nataly Restokian was born and raised in Lebanon. She is the granddaughter of survivors of the Armenian genocide. She renounced her entire life fourteen years ago, when she remarried to follow her heart, and relocate to Canada.
Restokian has nearly two decades of experience in journalism and television, including roles as an actress, host of live television shows, and radio host in Lebanese and Arabic society. She eventually ascended the ranks, encountering the unimaginable until she gave it all up for the chance at happiness and true love. Through Anna, the protagonist, she reveals the taboos and stories that unfold behind closed doors, the hidden traps found within the glamorous circles of fame and fortune.
Through Masks, she exposed the entertainment industry’s flaws and uncensored reality.
Nataly Restokian is the first female public figure from Lebanon and the Arab world to defy cultural norms by publishing the English novel Masks in the West, which received two international awards. She brings to light the reality of how women, particularly celebrities in the entertainment industry, are treated.
“The public has no idea what successful women go through and how much they have to give up,” she explained.
Restokian has signed an exclusive deal with ACX AMAZON for the Masks audiobook, narrated by Nicole Rene, a well-known American narrator.
Before joining the television industry, she was previously a math and English teacher.
Before moving to Canada, she worked as a marketing manager for three different economic Arabic magazines before embarking on an 18-year career as a journalist, actress, and host of a live television show.
Additionally, she holds a degree in Health and Nursing from CDI, QC, Canada.
Restokian is now a multi-award-winning Canadian author. She was a Toastmaster and motivational speaker with Toastmasters Laval Achievers. She is a bible believing Christian, and She is actively working on her second novel.
After graduating from Canada Coach Academy, Nataly Restokian earned a certified diploma as an ACSTH/CCA life and wellness coach through the ICF program.
Nataly Restokian also served on the jury for Canada’s 2020 Fastide Short Literary Contest Awards.
She earned a diploma in The Arts & Science of Relationships; Understanding Human Needs from the University of Toronto.
Nataly Restokian earned a certificate in AESTHINT15; Rhetoric; The Art of Persuasive Writing and Public Speaking from Harvard University.
As a life coach, Nataly Restokian assists women in their marriage relationships. Her objective is to assist married women in developing genuine, meaningful relationships with their husbands.
Her experiences and solutions for conquering her most challenging difficulties highlight her dedication to assisting married women.
She feels that if she had a superstitious relationship with her spouse and an unhappy marriage, she would be incapable of coaching and understanding married women.
Restokian is ranked as one of QC., Canada’s Top 15 coaches for 2021 by Influence Digest.
Reviewed by Divine Zape for Readers’ Favorite
Midwest Book Review – Oregon, USA.
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Review by Dr.Thomas L. Law III
Dr.Thomas L. Law III
OnlineBookClub.org 3 out of 4 stars
5 Stars by Anahit Arustamyan
Masks is one of the best books I have ever read.
The famous spiritual and philosophical Armenian poetess Anahit Arustamyan. the author of “The Queen Of Metaphors”, “My Intoxicated Ink”, “The Phantom’s Dolphin”& “The Canvas Of My Soul”
Her creative works are published in many poetry anthologies and magazines both online and in print. Armenia, Yerevan.
5-Star Review by Ray Simmons
A Salacious Love Story
Should people wear masks?
5 star review by Lyn Hancock
Lyn Hancock; A Canadian Australian Author, Lecturer, Photographer, Adventurer.
The events of Masks appear clear in the mind as if one is watching a film.