NEW BOOK SHARES THE REAL-WORLD GRIT, DIRT AND TRIBULATIONS OF ONE FLORIDIAN'S JOURNEY THROUGH LIFE.
London Destine hasn't had it easy; so don't be fooled into thinking her book is a tourist guide of the famous city, Miami. Offering a frankly honest account of the prison, sex, thugs and crime she has encountered through life's journey, Destine hopes her book will serve as life-changing material for millions of young girls.
As London Destine affirms, every young girl deserves a chance to make her life different. Having made many mistakes in her own journey and endured abuse, jail and great loss, Destine has wrapped her experiences up into a powerful and life-changing new book.
A Tour Thru London' holds no bars, hides no truths and doesn't attempt to water down Destine's encounters through life. In fact, her compelling memoir is poised to drive deep emotion and tears into all who read it.
"If you ever visited London, you'd instantly fall in love with just how gorgeous this place is! Myriads of museums and ancient historical sights stretch for miles creating the perfect ambience. Friendly faces greet you from every street corner and the awe- inspiring fashion leaves you breathless," explains Destine.
She continues, "Ironically, however, on this Tour through London there's nothing gorgeous, nothing spectacular and the only museum I can describe are the walls of prison cells. Do not expect touring any historical places. The only friendly people I met were my bunkies in prison. The arrays of colors were the tear-stained ethnic faces and the tapestry was our colorful undies pinned to a make-shift line."
Destine's life story continues to chronicle the drug dealers who beat her up, sexually abused her and threw her out like trash; the criminals who fed her finances at strip clubs and the name-less men who took advantage of the opportunity of casual sex.
While her story is driven with anger, sadness and honest reflection, Destine hopes it serves as a life-lesson to a younger reading audience.
"A Tour Thru London" is important because it's an opportunity for young ladies across the world to make a difference with their life regardless of their circumstances. I felt that it was important for me to share the story of my life with little girls who probably grew up like me who are growing up like me. It's equally important for the world to know that where you start is not always where you will end," she adds.
At its helm, the book hammers home the importance of not making assumptions on the lives of those we do not know about. As destine admits, she has all-too-often become a victim of those who do not understand all she has been through.
Critics praise the book for its candid demeanour and ability to tell the truth. Destine feels this was vital for her work to have the best possible impact.
For more information and to purchase copies, visit her website at: www.atourthrulondon.com