A brand new book of encouragement has just been released by first time author Latisha Robb.
Her message is genuine and from the heart, universal to anyone who has known what it is like to be in the darkness and yearn for a new chance at being in the light.
Robb recently celebrated her debut with a book release party. Supported by her friends, R&B singer J. Holiday and artist Lola Mitchell, the artists all know what it is like to struggle and to be rock bottom. Each have experienced not knowing where to turn to, who to trust, or how to move forward.
Robb tells a story of never giving up and being determined to fight every adversity that she was faced with. She is now able to turn that strength into unbelievable interpersonal power and success.
She took time out for I AM JMARiiE to speak on her journey and where she is headed next. Read full article.
Fascinating, compelling, raw, are a just a few words to describe Latisha Robb’s debut title,“Turn On The Lights: So You Can See”. Latisha Robb’s revealing book tells a candid biographical story of a woman who didn’t let the struggles of life stop her from her drive to become successful. We had the privilege of interviewing the talented, successful and so beautiful, Latisha Robb, earlier this week. Check it out below.
MissX: Tell us the story behind the story. What made you want to come out with our own book?
LR: I started writing this book initially as therapy for myself to just process what I was living. Unbelievable things were happening in my life. Going through so many hard times and coming out of them had me reflect and come up with what are now at the “Light Switches” in my book. It was put on my heart to make it a book and share it with the masses. I feel that so many people will be able to see themselves when they read this book, and refer to it more than once throughout their lives.
What was the most challenging aspect of writing “Turn On The Lights: So You Can See”
LR: The most challenging aspect of writing this book hands down was actually reliving the events that I speak about and having all of those emotions come right back to the surface. I suppressed a lot of memories and feelings yet as I wrote this they were right back in front of me. I’m so glad that I faced them now; I can process them correctly instead of just being swept under a rug. Click here for the full article.
Over the weekend, Author Latisha Robb hosted an intimate book release party for her new book Turn On the Lights: (So You Can See), at Freddyo’s Tees and Quotes, & really opened up about the meaning BEhind her novel. Guests sipped on Voscatococktails while mingling with some of Atlanta’s most notable. Click here for full article.