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A force to be reckoned with in the urban literary world, Latisha N. Patterson comes onto the scene with years of writing under her belt. The author of Airing Out Dirty Laundry, Latisha pushes through the door of opportunity with her motto, “can’t stop, won’t stop”, and hasn’t ceased to impress with her no-nonsense writing style.
Latisha’s debut fictional novel, Airing Out Dirty Laundry, eases the reader in and out of erotica by intertwining real-life situations with love-hate characters who are forced to face skeletons in their closets. Inspired by events in her own life, Latisha’s Airing Out Dirty Laundry describes the effects of long-term relationships riddled with secrets.
Born, raised and living in Richmond, VA, Latisha began writing in high school, with a focus on poetry and short stories. A passion for turning her imagination into literature for the world to see, has led her to launching a career in 2007, which promises to earn her the title of “It Girl” among her novel-writing peers. She still makes time for formal education, having already earned an Associate's Degree in Business Management, and currently pursuing a bachelor's Degree in Business Administration with a concentration in marketing. Latisha is the doting mom of two daughters, Mikiya age12 and Tayanna age10.
on Oct. 19, 2011 :
Can you say a lot to read! There is so much going on in this book you are sure to NOT get bored at all. Pay attention so you don't miss one tasty tidbit! These friends have got secrets, attitudes and desires coming out of every part of them and enough going on between them for a few more books.Between the hair salon gossip, the dirty little set ups, and the unspoken innuendos, there is never a dull moment.Damaysha was like off the hook and was by far my fav to read about. Seeing that im new to VA, i can't wait to find out how much of the places she mentioned are real or fictional!@This was a different type of read for me, and though reading about 5 people with SO much going on, was sometimes over whelming for me, i can say i thoroughly liked reading every bit of it! I couldn't put down.Great job Latisha!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)