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Author: LaShonda DeVaughn

Paperback: N/A

Publisher: LSDV Productions

Copyright: 2013

Language: English

I’d Rather Be Single, Part 2

I’d Rather Be Single pt. 2 takes LaShondaDeVaughn’s story, The Skeletons in My Closet in part 1 to a whole new level! Tyra, Rosslyn & Michael are back for one of the most demented and engrossing love stories of all times. There are twists & turns that will have you re-reading the pages wondering why you didn’t see things coming.

Would you take a chance at love if it means putting your own life on the line or would you rather be single?

Author Bio:

When LaShonda DeVaughn first stepped into the literary world in 2007, she did not anticipate the raving success that seemed to emerge overnight, especially as a self-published author.  Although self-publishing is a route that more writers are now exploring, it was uncommon to thrive without a publishing company a decade ago, and even more rare in LaShonda’s  genre of choice, urban fiction. Thus, the Boston-native defied the odds with flying colors and proceeded to create a lane for writers of urban fiction while also demonstrating that it is certainly achievable to flourish as a self-published author.

Widely known for her Award-winning series A Hood Chick’s Story, LaShonda has written 14 books and published 23 through her very own publishing company, LSDV Productions, all within the last decade. In her most recent work, Write That Book and Make That Money: Strategies For The Hungry Author, LaShonda shares her most valuable tips and tricks that will enable aspiring authors to manifest their dreams into reality.

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