Gay Advocate Makes Literary Debut with Urban Prison Memoir

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Writersandpoets.com, LLC announces the publication of Reginald L. HallÂ?s new prison tell-all, Memoir: Delaware County Prison. This book marks the literary debut of Mr. Hall, an outspoken advocate for gay rights in the Philadelphia area.

The book tells the true story of Mr. Hall, who, as a gay Black inner-city teen, was sentenced to eight months in prison after committing check fraud at the age of 18. He candidly reveals his life during those turbulent months, during which he got involved in the self-destructive world of drugs and illicit sex, and tried to put a permanent end to it all by attempting suicide. He also talks about how he was able to survive his ordeal with the support of his family, especially his mother, his faith in God, and the few genuine friendships he formed with other inmates at the prison.

“Reginald’s story not only shows us prison life through the eyes of a gay teen, but also the challenges of growing up Black and gay in the inner city,” said Earl Cox, President and Chief Executive of Earl Cox & Associates Worldwide and Writersandpoets.com, LLC. “His story is important because it provides insight into the minds of America’s gay youth.”

Writersandpoets.com, LLC is the book publishing division of Earl Cox & Associates Worldwide, which started in1998 as a book and magazine consulting firm and now offers a full array of literary management, publishing and book distribution services. Earl Cox & Associates provides over 20 years of sales and marketing experience to book publishers that wish to sell books to the African American marketplace.

For more information, please visit http://www.writersandpoets.com or http://www.earlcox.com.

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