A-Town Veteran is a gripping street tale based in Atlanta’s underworld. Young Hollywood was raised in one of the most notorious projects on the westside of the city. He is the youngest of an infamous clique with money to burn the long way.
When the tables finally turn on Young Hollywood, Young Hollywood finds himself with his back is against the wall and, a son at fifteen and a baby mama that could care less.
Young Hollywood’s luck finally runs out, and he’s sentenced to a Georgia state prison with more time than a man should be able to handle. And the question is, how does he start a multi-million dollar record label from prison?
Joey Pinkney: Where did you get the inspiration to write A-Town Veteran?
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K.L. Brady, author of Got a Right to Be Wrong
(Simon & Schuster/Gallery)
The sequel to the award-winning book club favorite The Bum Magnet features the return of the smart, quick-witted, loveable real estate agent with a long memory and a short fuse. Sassy and successful real estate agent Charisse Tyson is about to tie the knot with the man of her dreams, but the wedding has everyone, including Charisse, under a lot of pressure.
As Charisse and the love of her life march toward matrimony,his hidden past is revealed, Charisse’s missing-in-action father resurfaces, and things heat up with Charisse’s best guy friend. Suddenly Charisse is faced with many new questions regarding her life decisions, and she must figure out just how right or wrong she was all along.
Joey Pinkney: Where did you get the inspiration to write Got a Right to Be Wrong?