THE ICEMAN SPEAKS by Ph.D. Cheyenne Valentino Yakima

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"Let This Lesson Be a Lesson to You

The choices we make can often lead to extraordinary trouble, warns the author, whose association with the wrong crowd eventually led him to Reidsville, Georgia’s most notorious maximum security prison. Charged with multiple offenses, including bank robbery, 25-year-old Yakima faces two life sentences plus two hundred eighty years.

This book shows youth how to avoid:

* Getting caught in the mix
* Choices that lead to crucial consequences
* Drugs, gangs, violence, and criminal activities
* Thuggish individuals who have no regard for others
* Pain and horror of life behind bars
* Negative and pessimistic thinking
* Living a life without purpose and meaning
… and Much More.

“An excellent read that could benefit teenagers and enlightens parents. The author extends great concern for the welfare of our children.”
J. Wayne Marciano, Ph.D. Youth Counselor

“A brilliant eye opener to the children and young adults who are mentally and spiritually blind, blind to where they can’t see the flipside of the coin and the punishment for their actions. This book is spectacular and speaks with boldness.”
Sidney A. Dickson, Author of
“Cracks, In My Perfect Picture

About Ph.D. Cheyenne Valentino Yakima

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Dr. Cheyenne Valentino Yakima is a native of Detroit, Michigan. He grew up in Atlanta, Georgia, where he attended North Avenue Elementary and Howard High School. He received his doctoral degree from America College of Theology. He is a certified physical fitness and martial arts instructor and is currently working toward a Bachelor degree in social work. He has been published internationally as a poet and prose writer. His work has been featured in over thirty-five anthologies in this country and in Canada, England, Australia, and Jamaica. Articles about him have appeared in numerous newspapers and magazines and he has received Honorable Mentions and President's Awards for Literary Excellence, As well as a plaque for Original Literary work at the Library of Congress in Washington D.C. Dr. Yakima has authored several books, including Poetic Expression, If I Could Paint Tomorrow, and Sense of Admiration.
Published July 15, 2010 by Xlibris. 196 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Children's Books, Crime, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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