ADJUSTING HER CROWN: Detroit native Latwaina Kelley’s ceremonious authorship debut figures to be as good as advertised with release of new book


Dear friends, do not be surprised at the fiery ordeal that has come on you to test you, as though something strange were happening to you; But rejoice inasmuch as you participate in the sufferings of Christ, so that you may be overjoyed when his glory is revealed. (1 Peter 4:12-13 NIV)


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SHE’S STILL STANDING — Native Detroiter Latwaina Kelley is alluding is Damaged Crowns Still Shine, her highly-anticipated first book that is scheduled to make its ceremonious debut in the coming weeks.

Amongst the things of which Latwaina Kelley is thoroughly convinced is this:

Her assortment of life-altering testimonies aren’t solely for her benefit. Rather, she’s persuaded that God is strategically using her as a vessel to share her awe-inspiring journey with the masses.
“I am a storyteller by nature,” Kelley told Making Headline News during a weekend interview. “My life experiences have provided me with unique stories to share with women across the globe. I have always written short stories, but have never published them. My first published work is slated to be release 2022.”
The book to which Kelley is alluding is Damaged Crowns Still Shine, her highly-anticipated first book that is scheduled to make its ceremonious debut in the coming weeks.
A book that is formerly entitled He Took My Body, But He Didn’t Take My Mind!, Kelley’s Damaged Crowns Still Shine has already created a fervent buzz across various social media platforms and message boards.

MORE ON AUTHOR KELLEY: https://latwainakelley.com/


“Long before the #MeToo movement, long before young girls were praised for standing up and facing their attackers, there was Ameillia, a young girl from the city of Detroit,” said a spokesperson in a detailed synopsis of Kelley’s book under Google Books. “Betrayed by family, what will she use as a safety net? Men? Drugs? Or Jesus? This coming of age story is a page turner you won’t be able to put down.”

Generally, Kelley’s Damaged Crowns Still Shine is based on her life story, she told MHN.


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DEYING THE ODDS — Despite the odds and the obstacles she faced, Kelley, nevertheless, steadfastly endured the storm and, as mentioned in her bio at https://latwainakelley.com/, she deemed it essential to chronicle her journey so others may be inspired and encouraged to know that “God has a beautiful plan for your life,” she emphasized.

A victim of childhood rape, Kelley has become an advocate for aiding helping other victims transition past their trauma to lead what she appropriately describes as semi-normal, healthy, happy, and productive lives.

To her credit, this Detroit native has spent a considerable amount of time advocating for victims of child molestation and sexual assault.

A progressive, flourishing empowerment extraordinaire in her own right, Kelley has announced the forthcoming launch a new platform sometime this year, an endeavor that will greatly enable her to partner with state agencies and area nonprofit organizations to provide critical services to victims. This will be done largely by connecting them to external resources in the community, as well as assisting with housing, daycare programs, school tutoring programs, and other critical services, she said.


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MASSIVE MUST READ — A book that is formerly entitled He Took My Body, But He Didn’t Take My Mind!, Kelley’s Damaged Crowns Still Shine has already created a fervent buzz across various social media platforms and message boards.

As Kelley recalls, it was sometime during her days as an early teen that God has strategically introduced to her the vision to compose a book that figures to help advance the kingdom for years to come.

“The seed was plated (when I was) 14-years-old,” said Kelley, referring to the time she was sexually molested. “After I was raped, I started counseling and (my counselor) told me at the time my story was so powerful (and that) one day I was going to write a book that will help others just like myself.”

Much to her delight, coupled with the divine calling on her life, such a life-altering prophecy had ultimately come to fruition for Kelley, a thriving businesswoman and life coach who is the owner and CEO of Empower OutLook LLC.


MORE ON AUTHOR KELLEY: https://latwainakelley.com/

ADVANCING THE KINGDOM — “I am a storyteller by nature,” Kelley told Making Headline News during a weekend interview. “My life experiences have provided me with unique stories to share with women across the globe. I have always written short stories, but have never published them. My first published work is slated to be release 2022.”

“I never forgot those words (spoken by my counselor),” Kelley said. “Then later on in life, after the #MeToo movement, I felt it was time to tell my story.”

And, the rest, as they say, was history.

Despite the odds and the obstacles she faced, Kelley, nevertheless, steadfastly endured the storm and, as mentioned in her bio at https://latwainakelley.com/, she deemed it essential to chronicle her journey so others may be inspired and encouraged to know that “God has a beautiful plan for your life,” she emphasized.

“Latwaina has an unmistakable passion and commitment to share the lessons she learned in life with others,” said a spokesperson for Kelley’s forthcoming new book. “As you read her story, there will be no doubt left that sharing is caring. It’s an old cliché, but this story will substantiate and validate it’s meaning.”


BIRTHING PURPOSE — “Long before the #MeToo movement, long before young girls were praised for standing up and facing their attackers, there was Ameillia, a young girl from the city of Detroit,” said a spokesperson in a detailed synopsis of Kelley’s book under Google Books. “Betrayed by family, what will she use as a safety net? Men? Drugs? Or Jesus? This coming of age story is a page turner you won’t be able to put down.”

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For more information about Detroit Author/Businesswoman Latwaina Kelley, to inquire about her new book, or to schedule her for a public appearance or speaking engagement, or connect with her via social media at Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/latwaina.tyler.3; Instagram: authorlatwainakelley. Also, send email to: authorlatwainakelley2020@gmail.com.

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