I’m Becky With the Good Hair, by Tanisha Nicole Billops
I was that girl in the magazines. I searched for fame and hoped that one day it would find me. Was fame that thing I was really after, or was my goal just a facade to hid my true pain?
I attended exclusive parties for celeberties laced with models looking for fame and hip-hop artists looking to hook up with models. I went to photo shoots and mingled with those who were much more affluent than myself. I hoped that one-day, I would be in their shoes. Hoping to meet the right person, so that they could introduce me to the right people, so I could prove to them I was worthy. Opposed to just defining my own self worth.
Although Becky and I may have some similarities, we also have many differences. Becky is the kind of girl who thinks that she could benefit from another’s success instead of finding her own. I would never be Becky. I’ve always had the desire to find my own success and I’ve never chases after married men.
A fews years after retiring from modeling and “dancing”, I’ve decided to write a novel. A novel about my experiences with modeling, depression, and the highs and lows of life.
A Prostitutes Guide to Success; My Life, Struggles and Successes will be available soon in books stores and online. In this novel, I share with you eye-opening, gritty truths about the lifestyle and my own experiences in it.
I also offer uplifting advice for readers struggling to achieve their dreams- plus a backstage pass to a world most people only glimpse on TV!
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