Los Angeles, CA (June 12, 2020) – “You may recognize Loni Love as an Emmy-winning co-host of The Real, a daytime talk program led by women of color. Perhaps you’re a fan of her comedy work, or recall her acting roles in kids show Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide or the star-studded film Mother’s Day. Maybe you listen to her on the nationally syndicated radio show Café Mocha, or were charmed by her turn on RuPaul’s Secret Celebrity Drag Race. But do you know how she found fame, going from a little girl in the projects to a successful engineer and, finally, a star?” – People Magazine feature available on shelves TODAY [Friday, June 12].
The 2-time author answers all of the above in her highly anticipated, “I Tried to Change So You Don’t Have To” book. An inspiring, hilarious memoir about learning to resist the pressures of conformity, love yourself for who you are, embrace your flaws, and unlock your true potential is set to release June 23, 2020 (pre-order today).
“A fun and inspiring read.”
“[Love] writes powerfully… [her] moving memoir will resonate with readers, especially women, in need of personal and professional motivation.”
Chosen by Amazon as one of the Best Books of the Month for June 2020
Biographies & Memoirs
Loni Love’s memoir, I Tried to Change So You Don’t Have To, hits shelves June 23
Content & photos courtesy of Humble Hill | Top photo credit: The Real