Book Review – A Ho Needs 2 Stay In A Ho’s Place by Tonja Ayers
A Ho Needs 2 Stay In A Ho’s Place by Tonja Ayers
About The Book:
Has a ho ever called your house playing on the phone? Or left her underwear, lip gloss or hair pin in your home to let you know that she had been there? Has a ho sent you a letter, text or an email? Has a ho ever keyed your car or slashed your tires? If so, this book is for HER! Help a ho out and send her a copy of this book! Now I know what you re thinking and you re probably saying Forget dat ho! but real talk…Help a Ho Out, you may be saving someone s life!!! A Ho Needs 2 Stay in a Ho s Place is a handbook for ho s. The vision to create such a handbook came from years and years of passing on the same advice to many women, both young and old. I have been selling shoes in Detroit, Michigan for over 13 years and for some reason, numerous of women have entered my store asking for my advice or opinion regarding their relationships. However, most can not handle the truth. Many have had attitudes and disappear for a while and a few have totally stopped patronizing my business altogether. Nevertheless, I feel that the time has come to put it in writing. This handbook provides the same information I have passed on over the years however one can now have the opportunity of processing the information alone and in the comfort of their own home. Attention Non-Ho s: Please find the following reading enlightening and entertaining, however do remember to never become a ho . If you do have a moment of weakness and fall under the spell of ho-ism, please remember to stay in your place!(from Amazon)
About the Author
Businesswoman and retail career coach, Tonja Ayers can now add successful self-help author to her list of credits. As one of Detroit’s most sought-after entrepreneurs, she has spent years coaching and advising many eager novices on the appropriate steps to opening a business, prompting her to finally write her handbook, How to Start Your Own Business. The book offers proven methods in an easy to follow format, listing the ten key components Ms. Ayers believes are critical to making a mark in the commercial and retail arenas. Many people want to open a business, but lack the knowledge of how to get it up and running, she says. This book provides a road map for the inexperienced entrepreneur. As a result of her many successful ventures, Ms. Ayers has become a personal confidante to her regular clients. Her landmark shoe store, The Shoe Lady, has been in existence for nearly fifteen years, serving greater Detroit and the surrounding area. During this time, many customers have sought her counsel not only on fashion but also on personal issues such as life, love and relationships. Sharing some of their most private concerns, Ms. Ayers decided to fill what she perceived as a void in her community with regard to useful information and sound advice. In response to the repeated topic of infidelity, Ms. Ayers wrote A Ho Needs 2 Stay in a Ho s Place, a guide for women whose partners have strayed which lists effective ways of coping with the problem of the other woman. The book was an immediate hit, inspiring Ms. Ayers to continue on her mentoring path with her latest release, Is Your Man Gay? Through her encouraging, common-sense approach, her goal is to educate women on difficult topics while empowering them to be secure, motivated and independent. Tonja Ayers holds a degrees in Business Administration & Business Management and is based in Southfield, Michigan. (source: Amazon)
Another great short story by Tonja Ayers! I am totally reading this book for review purposes, but if you are a ho, this book has information that you really need to read!
First of all, if you are a ho, you can’t be thinking that the man that you are being a ho with is obligated to you in any way. No matter what, his first priority is and always will be his wife. Do you want to find out what your place is, well the four categories for women are: 1. wifey, 2. boo, 3. bitch, 4. ho. You need to read the book to find out what the person in each category means to the man.
Tonja Ayers really does an excellent job of spelling out what your place is if you are a ho. If you are a ho, I highly recommend this book. Even if you aren’t, you will be highly entertained! Tonja Ayers uses humor to address a very serious issue!
Disclaimer: I was not compensated for my review. My thoughts on this book were in no way influenced by the author or publicist. They are my personal reflections based solely on MY experience while reading this novel.
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