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About the Author: Raynesha Pittman

About the Author: Raynesha Pittman grew up as one of L.A's many troubled youth which led her into serving four years around Los Angeles juvenile corrections centers, placements, and camps. She first recognized her love for writing while incarcerated. Her first manuscript was written to her mother in hopes of giving her insight to what Raynesha was going through as a teen but never published. One positive Raynesha had during her troubled years was book smarts, her ticket out of the hands of correctional facilities. She was an honors student since kindergarten, certified gifted in the third grade, and was sent to Woodland hills, CA for a more challenging education, yet she had to be placed in Honors classes there too. Her temper and fighting had her removed from the enriched schools but that didn't stop her. She crossed the stage as the valedictorian of her high school a month after turning 16 years old, her graduation credits were meet at 15 and she received acceptance letters to five out-of-state private institutions of higher education which she later declined offers to due to still being on probation until 18 years of age and not being able to leave the state. California State University at Los Angeles and Northridge accepted her last minute application with open arms. While attending school, she discovered she was pregnant and decided to put her role as a mother first. After carrying her second child she moved to TN for a new start with her sons and received her PTCB national certification in July 2010 after 3 1/2 years of being a licensed Pharmacy technician. It was while working in a pharmacy she met Michael Antonio of Payne Publishing, Inc., who encouraged her to write a book. She took his opinion to heart and wrote her debut novel "Kismet". Raynesha currently lives in TN with her, “Roq” and six children.

Professionally: Raynesha Pittman is the CEO, Founder and an author at Conglomerate Ink, an Urban Literature publishing company established November 2010 to help authors expose and share their talents of storytelling while developing discipline in their craft. In May 2011 Raynesha was offered the opportunity to help promote literacy nationwide by childhood friend, author and now publisher Terry L. Wroten by joining the West Coast Authors Movement also known as W-CAM where Raynesha not only fills the position of an author on the team but is also over website design and management and acts as W-CAM's Southern liaison due to her living in the South. Her greatest literary achievement came in January 2014 when she was signed to Write2Eat Concepts publications under the legendary K'wan Foye. From there possibilities became endless. Raynesha currently has two books in stores under Kensington/Urban Books, another due to release in March 2017 under Kensington/ Urban Renaissance and Penguin/Random House and one title in stores under her own publishing company. She says, “…this is only the beginning.”

Accomplishments: Raynesha was nominated in the Hip Hop of the Ville awards for best Indie author of the year in January 2012 and was also nominated in the Prodigy Publishing Group's Second Annual Urban Literary Awards for most likely to succeed debut author of the year in February 2012. In 2015 Raynesha was nominated for Journalist of the year in the Southern Entertainment Awards.

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Goodreads rating: 5.00

Paperback, Published in Nov 2016 by Urban Books

ISBN10: 1622867335 | ISBN13: 9781622867332

Page count: 304

Running and hiding is looked upon as a way out for the weak. It is something Omar never thought he would do. As a child, he didn't even partake in the game of Hide and Seek for that very reason. Unfortunately, after being sentenced to death by his cousin, Demarcus, Omar was left with no choice. Moving to Detroit wasn't as bad as he thought it would be. It didn't take long for him to reign supreme. However, the change of location didn't change the conniving and cold-hearted monster that he was inside. It didn't take the locals long to see the monster that was he. When his lies caught up to him and backed him in the corner, he opted to take the easy way out and leave. With Omar deciding to move back to Memphis after being off the radar for three years, he was now willing to play the game. He wanted it to end in his cousin's murder, while reclaiming the throne he was kicked down from. But how many people would he be willing to kill to get back what he felt was rightfully his? Demarcus's life has turned for the good. He has a relationship with his new found father, runs a large Dog Food distribution ring, and has a few legit businesses that are flourishing on the side. The sheltered mama's boy has turned into a man. Suddenly, the bodies start piling up and he goes from being the most loved man in the city of Memphis, to being the number one murder suspect in every case that crosses the homicide unit desk. As the bodies pile up, his past is back to haunt him with a vengeance. But what happens when the true murderer is someone he already knows to be dead?

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