K. L. Belvin

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K. L. Belvin is a prime example of what happens when you allow God to take control of your life. A father of six, A Dean of students for the New York City Department of Education for over thirteen years and a Christian. K. L. is also the co-founder of Bravin Publishing LLC, a literary publishing provider geared towards assiting authors who want to invest thier writing careers. In June 2008, K. L. released his first manuscript called “A Man in Transition,” a book of poems, stories and personal observations. With the success of his first book Keith decided it was time to expand his potential. In February of 2010, K. L. and his wife, Ms. New York Plus America 2010 who also serves as the creative director of their vision, Tiffany Braxton Belvin, created their own boutique publishing company called, Bravin Publishing LLC. In 2010, Bravin Publishing released their second published book for author, Jovan Roseboro titled, “The Only One That Can Stop Me Is Me.” Bravin has produce over eight more titles ranging from Poetry, Historical, Self-Help, Anthologies, Romantic Drama Urban Fiction and Urban Science Fiction.

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Who is Bravin Publishing
Bravin Publishing is a independent literary service company who provides the services new and aspiring authors desire to create their literary works. At Bravin, we provide the foundation needed to self-publish your work. Contact us today to get started. Call our Office Voicemail (347) 921-0443 or send us a Email to Info@BravinPublishing.com "Writing from the heart, the way it’s should be

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From Gigolo to Jesus
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 55,150. Language: English. Published: July 27, 2012. Category: Nonfiction » Inspiration » Spiritual inspiration
FROM GIGOLO TO JESUS A JOURNEY FROM MISOGYNY TO MONOGAMY Life is like walking between parallel universes. One with all the temptations of the world. The other with all of the requirements to live a righteous life. You walk along the middle until you see something on either side that makes you want to jump in and hang out for a while.

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