This title will be released on October 29, 2013
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This title will be released on October 29, 2013
PRE-ORDER: LaBella Mafia
Open Your Mind, Read This Book, And Learn the Powerful Legal Truth That Can Safe Your Life, Wealth And Personal Freedom
Let’s face it, the world isn’t always nice. That’s why you take steps to protect yourself and your family. Whether it be that shotgun in the corner, the sidearm on your hip, or the pepper spray you gave your daughter, you meet that fundamental responsibility. But if you’re like most people, your preparations still lack a critical element. That missing element is the knowledge needed to survive the critical fight that looms after any defensive encounter: the legal battle. The Law of Self Defense provides precisely that critical, missing element. This book includes not just the laws of all fifty states, but how the courts apply those laws. It’s a plain-talk analysis that makes the law easy to understand, not just lawyers. Learn how to make fast, effective decisions and confidently handle life-and-death situations both tactically and legally.
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Jessica “JLynn” Kinkade is a devoted mother, writer, and most importantly, a survivor.
Her upcoming book entitled, Pain & Poetry is a memoir that will chronicle her past struggles with domestic and emotional abuse and the pain that she has endured as a result of her previous lifestyle choices as a young woman.
She is using the book to not only help motivate and inspire other women and young girls, but to also bring much needed closure to her own self. She credits her daughters as her inspiration and she is determined to deter them from the pitfalls of the streets in hopes that they will never have to endure the same struggles that she has overcome.
Far removed from the streets, negative influences, and lifestyle that once dominated her life, JLynn is now on a more positive journey and says she even works a 9-5. She plans to use Pain & Poetry as a platform into her newest career endeavor as a motivational speaker against domestic violence.
We caught up with the up and coming published writer and the newest cast member of the upcoming documentary film, “The Gangster’s Girl: Last Girl Standing” for a mini Q/A about her upcoming book release.
What inspired you to write poetry?
Poetry is sometimes the only way I can express myself. It is also a way for me to get closure with tough situations. I have been writing for so long that I don’t actually recall where I initially got my inspiration from, I was very young.
I have been using poetry as a form of expression since I was a child; I had my first poem published at age 11.
What gives you drive and determination?
My daughters give me my drive and determination! I have 3 beautiful daughters ages 10, 6, & 5. It is very important to me for them to see me take and maintain control of my life. That hasn’t always been the case. It is NOT an option for my girls to go through any of the struggles that I have, period!
What can we expect from your upcoming book Pain & Poetry?
Pain & Poetry is actually a memoir that includes poetry that I have written over the course of the past 15 years of my life. The poetry that is in the book is relevant to the events covered in the book. The book will touch on sexual abuse and focus on the years of domestic abuse that I have endured. The readers will be led on a journey that includes everything from sex, drugs, strip clubs and violence. The book will detail what I consider the lowest points of my life, and follow me to the point of when I decided to take back my power.
What is the release date of Pain & Poetry?
If all goes as planned, the book will be released August of 2013. I will keep you posted on the exact date.
Will there be any book signing events so that you can connect with your audience?
There will definitely be a launch party held here in my home state of Nashville (TN). Depending on the success of the book, I would love to host signings in other states.
How can your audience purchase the book?
Pain & Poetry will be available on Amazon.com. It will also be available in paperback, also digital and audio.
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Gangster Girls screenplay writer Brandy Cavalli-Coke, respectively known as just— “Bee” — recently took to her brand new YouTube channel and hinted that we could get an inside view of what its like to be one of the underworld’s most elite women.
According to entertainment manager Kelli Kamellai, Brandy is in talks with a Hollywood based media group to star in an upcoming docu-series that centers on women that are married or engaged to incarcerated men.
Brandy, aka “IL Capitana”, allegedly has deep ties to the Shower Posse organization, and is currently rumored to be married to YBM Entertainment’s HNIC, “Big Dave” a captain in the Black Mafia Organization, (also known by the 3 letters)… BMF.
Cavalli-Coke owns her own networking company based in Atlanta GA called “The Social Mob LLC” and also coordinates fundraising and clothing drives for her charity The Prettie Committee.
An up and coming writer and journalist, Brandy writes various crime based independent movie scripts and screenplays.
Her latest project, a memoir style short story tentatively entitled “From a Socialite to the Mob”, will chronicle the life of a young sheltered girl’s plight into womanhood, from a ‘street’ perspective.
Miss Coke is known throughout the underworld for her sexy looks, hot girl attitude, and loyalty to her loved ones. Not one for letting people into her personal space, she is reportedly a little “nervous, but ready” to begin filming for the new docu-series.
A widow since her early 20’s, she has survived the many pitfalls of the streets and has still managed to become somewhat of a positive example for young women that find themselves in similar positions.
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Written by Bailey Manhattan
Jemeker Thompson-Hairston paid a heavy price for her involvement in the drug game. Learning from her sources of a federal investigation, Jemeker went on the run. It was love for her young son that brought her back to Los Angeles, even though she knew she would be arrested. A subsequent 15-year sentence would cost her not only her legitimate business and the fortune she’d amassed through the drug trade, but the most precious thing of all: time with her child. But not all was lost. Fortunately, while Thompson-Hairston was serving out the fifteen-year sentence, one pivotal moment helped her turn her life around, setting her on a path to help and inspire others like her. Now, in QUEEN PIN, written with New York Times bestselling author David Ritz, she reveals in gripping detail her journey of redemption that readers won’t soon forget.
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Behind every good man is a good woman. But what lies behind every bad man?
Gangsters’ Wives tells the side of the story you didn’t know – what it’s like to live with Britain’s most lawless men, from the women who married them.
Devoted mum-of-three Judy Marks was imprisoned alongside her husband, notorious drug smuggler Howard Marks; while Flanagan, the first ever Page Three girl, found herself splashed across the papers as the fiancee of legendary East End villain Reggie Kray.
Jenny Pinto, wife of gangster Dave Courtney, has given the police keys to their house to stop them breaking down the front door.
In ten funny, moving, searingly honest first-person accounts, Gangsters’ Wives tells you all you ever wanted to know about the lives and loves of the women who are, quite literally, married to the mob.
About the Author
Tammy Cohen has worked as a freelance journalist on numerous newspapers and magazines specialising in human interest stories, relationship and parenting features. Author of the bestselling Deadly Divorces, The Day I Died and Amazing Gap Year Adventures, she currently writes for Cosmopolitan and Woman and Home.
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