New Book: TALES FROM THE LOU available NOW on Amazon.com!!!
Wanna know how we do it “right thurr”? Well follow me to the city where decisions, deception, and dedication can deliberately lead to someone’s demise. A place where a long shot triggered by loyalty, liberation and love can make you create life, lose life or be facing life.
I welcome you to the LOU.
We can agree to disagree that no city or hood is any different from the other. It would only fall on the deaf ears of those playing the game of Get In Where You Fit In. Vultures only motivated by the type of hunger where if you can’t respect the grind, you can’t respect the mind.
Take a journey with those Tattooed Souls that are So St. Louis. Although they Neva Saw It Coming, they make sure to get it in By Any Means Necessary.
Authors Lea Mishell, Teresa Seals, Mary L. Wilson, and Myron A. Winston spill the Tales From the Lou on to pages.
Hot off the presses from Red Bud Ave Publications, we present TALES FROM THE LOU, four short tales about life, love and living in St. Louis.
Lea Mishell ~ Neva Saw It Coming
Teresa Seals ~ Tattooed Souls
Myron A. Winston ~ By Any Means Necessary
Mary L. Wilson ~ So St. Louis
TALES FROM THE LOU is available NOW on Amazon.com. Order your copies TODAY!! Let’s put four St. Louis authors on the “best seller” list!!! You can start here: http://www.amazon.com/Tales-Lou-Lea-Mishell/dp/0984439730/
Posted on October 9, 2010, in Blogging, Book Updates, NEVA SAW IT COMIN', When I Grow Up and tagged books, drama, St. Louis. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.
When can fans expect the next book
Sorry for the delayed response. I’ve been a lil busy… 😊
Ok here’s the scoop on where to find all currently available SistaGirlz titles:
SistaGirlz Book 1 – Livin’ Just Enough: Rachael’s Story (What He Did Edition)
SistaGirlz Book 2 – Illusions: Layla’s Story
SistaGirlz Book 3 – Neva Saw It Comin’: Raven & Imani’s Story
Amazon: Kindle only
Leanpub: ALL formats!!
Happy Reading!! 😊
Hello Kay and thanks for asking! Crossing my fingers for Book #4’s release in Spring 2017 if not sooner