The Diary of Helecia Choyce: The Hustle Within
The Diary Of Helecia Choyce The hustle within Part #1 embarks on her journey of growing up in the mean streets of Los Angeles dealing with gangs, abuse, celebrities, drugs, alcohol, mental illness (bipolar depression), life, death, self-pity, serenity, love, self–respect, and forgiveness. This book takes readers on the journey of change. A journey one should embark on while dealing with the everyday struggles of life. This book has an important message for the youth of today. Using her knowledge and experience from trials and tribulations, this young author helps give young people a new meaning to change. This book helps teach people how to turn a negative situation into a positive solution and to believe that anything is possible.
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