My Name Aint Toby

Myjourn'ees B. Truth

Published by America Star Books
ISBN 10: 1608130258 / ISBN 13: 9781608130252
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Paperback. 241 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 0.6in.My Name Aint Toby is a poetic autobiography of Myjournees B. Truth. It is an in-depth look at his thoughts, feelings, and wisdom learned through journeying from being a child growing up in middle-class poverty to hustling on the streets to a twenty-five-year prison sentence. Myjournees relates on having to grow, mature, and overcome the major problems, issues, and struggles of being black in America, of being in prison, and of being a wayward child in the eyes of God. Myjournees addresses every issue that a young black man must face as he tries to find his potential, his power, and his spirit in order to be the best in life, liberty, and freedom in America. His poetry and thoughts are based on issues such as hate, love, manhood, womanhood, peer pressure, domestic violence and abuse, sex, drugs, education, role models, self-esteem, self-confidence, self-love, self-worth, music, rape, and, of course, God. Myjournees poetry exhibits wisdom gained through his lifes experiences and through the wisdom of Gods words, yet he exhibits the knowledge of universal understanding through poems that reflect the feelings of women and their issues in life. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory #

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Synopsis: My Name Ain’t Toby is a poetic autobiography of Myjourn’ees B. Truth. It is an in-depth look at his thoughts, feelings, and wisdom learned through journeying from being a child growing up in middle-class poverty to hustling on the streets to a twenty-five-year prison sentence. Myjourn’ees relates on having to grow, mature, and overcome the major problems, issues, and struggles of being black in America, of being in prison, and of being a wayward child in the eyes of God. Myjourn’ees addresses every issue that a young black man must face as he tries to find his potential, his power, and his spirit in order to be the best in life, liberty, and freedom in America. His poetry and thoughts are based on issues such as hate, love, manhood, womanhood, peer pressure, domestic violence and abuse, sex, drugs, education, role models, self-esteem, self-confidence, self-love, self-worth, music, rape, and, of course, God. Myjourn’ees poetry exhibits wisdom gained through his life’s experiences and through the wisdom of God’s words, yet he exhibits the knowledge of universal understanding through poems that reflect the feelings of women and their issues in life.

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Title: My Name Aint Toby
Publisher: America Star Books
Binding: Paperback
Book Condition: New

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