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“In her first impressive novel and as an upcoming author, Koot Jones brings the street of Carver’s Home back to life with her powerful and enlightened story from rags to riches…” D-delightful I-invasive V-vivacious A-attitude Caver’s Home Street Diva introduces Anassiyah Johnson as she transforms from nothing to something. The inspiration of this young woman will inspire every street diva to dream big because the sky is the limit. Anassiyah is a single mother of two and has everything together. At the age of twenty-six, you would think that she had it all, living the life of a true street diva. She works as a paralegal in Atlanta, Georgia, and is involved with two men every street girl dreams of having. With the success Anassiyah gleaned from the law firm she worked for, as well as her own business savvy, she is able to conquer a private paralegal firm of her own. Even with the picture-perfect life, she still faces challenges. Anassiyah’s past is filled with betrayal and hurt. She feels that if someone really took the time to push aside her hair, remove her Christian Dior shades, and look into her soul, they’ll see a ghetto black little girl, physically, emotionally and mentally abused.

Carver's Home Street Diva by Koot Jones

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Author
Koot Jones
Publisher
America Star Books
Date of release
Pages
118
ISBN
9781607495444
Binding
Paperback
Illustrations
Format for Download
PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC
Rating
5
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