Boulevard Books New Writer, Marty the Psychic, Author of SOUL BONDING, Launches Her Nationwide Book Tour with a Celebration of the Life of Big Ang

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Marty the Psychic, author of SOUL BONDING, and the newest writer to join educational publishing house, Boulevard Books, will launch her nationwide book tour September 10 at COUNTRY MOUSE, Staten Island, NY where the life of Big Ang will be celebrated.

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Psychic to the stars launches a nationwide book tour by celebrating the life of Big Ang.

Psychic to the stars, Marty the Psychic, author of SOUL BONDING, will launch her nation wide book tour this September 10 at Country Mouse clothing store in Staten Island, NY from 11-2. Marty and friends will celebrate the life of Big Ang, the famous lady boss on the hit show MOB WIVES.

Marty has channeled everyone from John Lennon and Michael Jackson to Walt Disney and Biggie Smalls. She’s read celebrities including athletes, authors, TV personalities and musicians. One such interview featured in the book is with Academy Award-nominated composer John Debney, known for his work in movies like “The Passion of the Christ,” and most recently “The Jungle Book.” Debney says about his experience with Marty, “In your readings, Marty, sometimes the smallest details are amazing and powerful to hear. Those little things separate you from other psychic readings I’ve had.”

Angela Joyce Raiola (June 30, 1960 – February 18, 2016), better known by her nickname Big Ang (pronounced Anj) was an American reality television personality who co-starred in the VH1 series Mob Wives. Raiola was the niece of Salvatore "Sally Dogs" Lombardi (1941–2009), a caporegime ("capo") and drug dealer in the Genovese crime family. Known as a “mob moll”, Raiola dated gangsters and lived an opulent lifestyle. She joined the Mob Wives cast during the show's second season, in 2012. The same year, after she became the show's breakout star, VH1 gave Raiola her own reality show, Big Ang, which evolved into Miami Monkey.After battling stage 4 lung and brain cancer, Mob Wives star Angela "Big Ang" Raiola died in the hospital in the early hours of Feb. 18, surrounded by loved ones. She was 55.

Boulevard Books is an educational publishing company for the 21st century. Founded in 2010 by Avi Gvili, it aims to bring the best writers across the globe to a greater audience.

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