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A Man Inspired

by Derek Jackson

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Jackson, who self-published his first novel, Destiny's Cry, returns with the story of an inspirational speaker's mental anguish and its eventual alleviation through God and true love. Golden-voiced Jermaine Hill seems to have it all—fame, riches, beautiful women who can't wait to bed him, an "onyx-black" Escalade—but in fact he's so depressed he can't stop thinking about killing himself. He's still mourning the nine-year-old loss of his two best friends in a car crash, and he can't get over the irony that fame can bring isolation and emptiness. Light at the end of the tunnel comes in the form of Candace Clark, the gorgeous freelance writer who's arrived in Hollywood to profile Jermaine for a small but promising African-American magazine.
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Motivational speaker Jermaine Hill seems to have it all: celebrity, money, women--even a Cadillac Escalade. But one thing he doesn't have is the will to keep on living. Will he find the one true path to happiness?

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