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Well guys, Dead Wrong is finally on ebook. This was the first book I published in 2010. The book so popular that I had sold out of most of my physical copies within two to three months. The book has done extremely well since I added it to ebook. A lot of ebook copies have been obtained within the last few days of me releasing the book on Amazon. Lets continue to make Dead Wrong popular by telling your friends about it, purchasing copies for family, and helping to bring this book to the theaters. I definitely think this would be a great movie. I am not just saying this because I am the author of this book. I am saying this because I truly believe that it could work. Meagan Good could play the lead character, seeing that they resemble each other.
About Dead Wrong:
Dead Wrong is about a young woman name Tasha Marie Smith. Tasha is an African-American woman from Cincinnati, Ohio. She moved to Columbus, Ohio as a teenager with her parents. Ms. Smith is organized, goal oriented, and self-reliant. She has a bachelor's degree and is working on her master's. Life couldn't get any better than this.
Tasha is a smart woman because she makes goals for her life that are attainable. They are attainable because she doesn't have a family to take care of and her immediate family is willing to help her. Well, it was a good life. That was until her life took a 180 degree turn down the wrong direction. It was all because of a man named Jacob.
Jacob seemed to be everything she yearned for; educated, well-groomed, confident, financially set, didn't have any kids, and he was single. Or was he? What more did she need? He was everything she thought she needed. He exemplified success and she wouldn't stop until she achieved success also. What she didn't know was that sometimes success comes with a high price and his price was everlasting. Was Tasha willing to pay the price of success?
Whatever she decided, Jacob's love would leave her body limp with frustration, shock, betrayal, and deceit. Tasha Marie Smith was dead wrong, or that was what she was told. She will soon admit her wrongness or she will feel the burdens of it.