Portland, OR (PRWEB) January 31, 2005
Frank Wills is the author of ÂHow to Make Love to a Real Black ManÂ ($15.95, ISBN: 1-56411-352-3, paperback, 113 pages); a perceptive book that reveals valuable information to black women who seek culturally conscious black men. But look closely in the pages of this book and you may find who the author believes is Deep Throat Â the mysterious man who gave a Washington Post journalist (Bob Woodward) the information that took down President Richard Nixon. Interestingly, Frank Wills (no relation) is also the name of the now deceased African-American security guard at the Watergate office complex whose phone call to DC police set in motion the events of the Watergate scandal. Bob Woodward said it was one of the most important phone calls ever made in American History.
Deep Throat was the nickname given to the government source of information related to the Watergate scandal. The identity of Deep Throat is still unknown. Only four people on the planet are known to have the name - Woodward; his partner, Carl Bernstein; Ben Bradlee (the former executive editor of The Washington Post); and Deep Throat himself. While others became famous, Frank Wills was twice arrested for shoplifting, lived in a dilapidated house with no electricity or running water and finally died of a brain tumor. The author of ÂHow to Make Love to a Real Black ManÂ once worked at the Watergate as well - as a lifeguard - in 2000; the same year Frank Wills, the security guard died.
ÂI want Mr. Frank Wills to always be remembered for what he did. So, I took this opportunity to secretly place, in this book, the name of the person whom I believe to be Deep Throat,Â says Frank. ÂSome of the research I did on Deep Throat was accomplished at the Watergate while I was sitting around the pool, he adds.Â Mr. Wills was a law student at the time.
The bookÂs content on black love is more valuable to its immediate audience than the discovery of Deep Throat. Whether in a long relationship, working out issues, or are thinking of starting a new romance, readers will find this book to be an educational, energizing, and life-changing tool. "How to Make Love to a Real Black Man" talks straight to black women about solutions to the most common problems encountered within black-on-black love relationships.
"How to Make Love to a Real Black Man" is a must-have for political junkies and intelligent, black women. It is published independently by Opio Media, LLC. The book is available in bookstores around the country and can be ordered online at http://www.MakeBlackLove.com. For an interview with the author, contact his publicist at 360-241-1414. Or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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