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T.L. Kirk 

Unrehearsed Truths Publications

“From Pawn to King"

From Pawn to King 

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, December 7, 2016 — Life is full of transitions, but every now-and-then we become stagnate. We go with the flow and psych ourselves into believing we’re content with life just the way it is.  For older men, we can become lifeless puppets on the job and at home, which is not a healthy lifestyle. But for younger men, being stagnate is a surefire way to stunt your growth as a man and will ultimately set you back in life. If you want to grow instead of going with the flow, my book “From Pawn to King” will help you maximize your potential for transitioning into the man you want to be!

“From Pawn to King” is a brief self-help book created to inspire young men to become a complete man. Skillfully written with attention grabbing excerpts from the authors’ life and jewels of positively inspired thought to address social issues men face today, this read is an instant classic. The book is purposely brief, less than 100 pages, so the inspired men may begin their transition sooner rather than later. 

About Your Book
From Pawn to King is a semi-memoir of the author, T.L. Kirk, tailored to ignite a level of personal responsibility amongst menof color between the ages of 18-35. As he journeys on a path to his own crown, he offers up words of wisdom and thought provoking insight through urban dialect and intellect.  Every man, who’s ever struggled with taking on responsibility, questionable decision making, fatherhood, or understanding their “soul” purpose, FPTK will empower men to look within and help them transition to the next level.. This brief, all positive, down to earth motivational piece is a true eye opener.

For additional information please visit our website at www.unrehearsedtruths.com

Press Contact: 
T.L. Kirk, Author

Unrehearsed Truths Publications

“From Pawn to Kirk”





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