Press Release Summary: Tinisha Nicole Johnson, Author, Writer and Poet. Persistant causes this author to publisher her debut novel
Press Release Body: Upper Marlboro, MD - If anyone wants to know how persistence you have to be in order to be noticed, just ask Tinisha Nicole Johnson.
After years of writing poetry, short stories and finishing her third unpublished novel, Tinisha refused to give up. "The writing world can be a big headache, cruel, and met with many, many rejections-at least eighty or more-but if becoming a writer is your dream, you'll get going and find a way."
Searchable Whereabouts (ISBN: 9780979975700, Xpress Yourself Publishing, $16.95), a mainstream mystery and suspense novel, is the story of a young woman determined to solve the mysterious murder of her beloved uncle.
While Rahkel Williams is trying to unravel the circumstances surrounding her Uncle's murder, she discovers clues into his life that has her questioning what double life he may have been living. She soon enlists the services of private investigator Darrin Miller. With his help, she sets out to get answers and it's not long before private gets very personal.
But, Rahkel finds herself caught in a web of lies and deceit where nothing and no one are as they seem. Strange things are happening and people around her are ending up murdered. Is she next?
Tinisha pursued self-publishing her book for a short while, but decided to send her novel, Searchable Whereabouts out one last time. It was accepted by Xpress Yourself Publishing, LLC. Searchable Whereabouts is available for purchase now.
Tinisha's next book is Somebody Prayed For Me, which she collaborated on with authors Allyson M. Deese and Linda R. Herman. It's an inspiration book on the power of prayer. The release date of this book is early December 2008. It's the perfect Christmas gift for young and old.
ABOUT AUTHOR Tinisha Nicole Johnson resides in Denver, Colorado with her husband and two children. She is an author, writer and poet. Learn more at her website: www.TinishaNicoleJohnson