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"There's no business like the hoe business..." Born and raised in Chicago, Trey Miller thinks pimping is easy. Until, one day, he lands in prison where he meets someone who teaches him that he could do better using his skills to sell the "word" of God, instead of using them to sell sex. Trey knew that it would be easy, because once you control a person's mind, they will do almost anything for you - they will love you, they will take care of you, and they will even kill for you. But what happens when the game that he's playing finally plays him? Trey will learn that whether you believe or not, the truth always has a way of revealing itself. Evil is real, and sometimes you only have to look in the mirror to find it. BOOK REVIEW - Review: "Sunday Mornings will never be the same...just when you think that you've seen the best from Diane, she writes something that will leave you with your mouth hanging open. I must warn you. This book isn't for babies or for the faint at heart. It's hard, gritty, and in your face. Diane goes where no one else dares to go. This book evokes emotions that will force you to re-examine everything that you've been led to believe. I have to admit that I was reluctant at first, and was taken aback by some of the hard-truths, but by the end of the story, I was glad that I read it. If you're one of those people who enjoy "blissful ignorance," you might want to pass on this one, but if you think that you can handle it, sit-down, turn off the phone, get yourself something to drink, and enjoy the ride. It's going to be a bumpy one." -Zeke
Mrs. Diane Martin was born in Chicago, Illinois and currently lives in the Chicago-land area. She earned her Master of Arts and Bachelor of Arts degree from Chicago State University. She is the producer, playwright, and director of the stage-play, entitled, "Somebody Else's Baby." She is also a philanthropist and works closely with her husband to help other's through their non-profit (501c3) organization called, Srewolf & Nitram H.E.A.R.T.S Foundation. "My writing legacy would be my true depiction of life; exploring the entire colorful spectrum of people, both good and bad, capturing it in words and exposing it to all cultures in a respectful manner - In a way that would stand the test of time." - Diane Martin