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Address: House of Corrections: a novel inspired

Monice Mitchell Simms

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ISBN 10: 1450568092 / ISBN 13: 9781450568098
Published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2010
Condition: Good Soft cover
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Title: Address: House of Corrections: a novel ...

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Publication Date: 2010

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

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Award-winning writer Monice Mitchell Simms' engrossing debut novel, "Address: House of Corrections" seamlessly shifts through time and locale to follow the empowering, entertaining journey of Merry, a stubborn 32-year-old ex con and recovering addict, who moves to 1947 Detroit as a spunky twelve-year-old with her estranged mother and comes full circle as Merry fights to stay sane, stay straight and make peace with her children and her torrid past. Gritty, yet hopeful, Mitchell Simms ingeniously births refreshing characters in this, her first book in a trilogy series, and elevates what could have easily become a stereotypical hard luck tale into a literary triumph.

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Monice Mitchell Simms is a talented writer, filmmaker and veteran journalist who penned "Stop the Great War," - a play she later rewrote and produced as a tele-drama for public television. She also brought to life "Carmin's Choice" - a Showtime showcase film about a female ex convict, and directed "Rain" - a Showtime showcase film about World War III - which she also wrote. Producer of the award-winning television public service announcement, "Power," Monice also recently ventured into the world of radio/television by producing "Prepare for Love," an Internet relationship talk show hosted by Relationship Coach, Ryeal Simms. She also recently produced and edited the Internet trailer and bonus footage for the feature documentary, "Stand;" directed "Breaking the Silence," public service announcement about teen dating violence sponsored by Verizon; and produced and edited a leadership documentary and public service announcement series for youth commissioned by the Tavis Smiley Foundation. Currently, Monice is penning her second book of poetry, "Brighter This Time." She is also producing and directing the audio digi-book series based on her debut novel, "Address: House of Corrections," and writing "The Mailman's Daughter," the second novel in the three book series inspired by the life of her mother.

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