Lavergne, TN (PressExposure) September 13, 2006 -- Lavergne, TN â Jeanette Michelle has now overcome her fear with the launch of her first book called Mycall. She has been writing since she was a child, but she never exercised her true writing talents because she was afraid of rejection. Her attitude is going to inspire many great writers get over their fears of rejection and have their books published regardless of the struggle.
"Nothing will stop me from reaching my goals as a writer. When you are first writing a book you are often turned away because you are not known," says Michelle. "If you are persistent, determined, and you stay positive you will get your book published and sold."
Mycall is a fictional piece which discusses an aspect of life that is so close to many people, and that is love and the mixed emotions that come with it. The publisher states that the book is centered on an attractive young woman named, Mycall (pronounced Michael), the saga unfolds as she goes to a psychiatrist to help her deal with her mixed-up emotions. Utilizing a backdrop of fast-paced events, you follow Mycall as she confronts her pain over the death of a loved one. In meeting her new love, she feels an attraction, but comes to question whether or not her new love is true. Action, intrigue, and, suspense combine to render an original and richly detailed amalgamation of mystery and adventure.
The author, Jeanette Michelle, is originally from Chicago Illinois, and she now resides in Tennessee to continue her education in writing and Film. She plans on continuing to write stories. She currently works for Dark Mantis Enterprises, where she is writing newsletters on inspirational quotes, news, and poetry.
âA writer has an imagination beyond this world. There is never a dull moment in his or her mind. Just because itâs not your thought or liking, doesnât mean itâs a bad idea,â says Michelle trying to encourage other writers. "If this wasnât so, there would never be a Stephen King, Mozart, or Miles Davis."
Michelle's book, Mycall, can be purchased online at Amazon.com, BarnesandNoble.com, and BuyBooksOnTheWeb.com to name a few by searching for the title of the book, MycallI, on the website. The book is also being sold at Nubian Bookstore in Morrow, GA and African American Images in Chicago Illinois. More information on the author and the book can be found at [http://www.iamdark.com/writerspage.html]. To setup an interview with Jeanette you can call 1-888-494-5271.