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Fashion Model Sunshine Tutt Signs Global Book Deal With VIP Ink Publishing

Sunshine-Tutt_300x151VIP Ink Publishing, L.L.C. recently signed fashion model Sunshine Tutt for an autobiography. As an actress she has been on Deal or No Deal as a Baby case Babe, Sunset Tan, Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star, Monkeybone, The Big Bang Show – 2013, Michael Bay’s “The Island” and the “Man Show” as well as the “The Price is Right”. Tutt has also been featured in music videos with such artist as Dwight Yoakum and Eminem.

She competed for the title of Miss FHM 2006 as one of four finalist and over four million votes came in. Sunshine married actor and comedian Chris Kattan a former cast member of NBC’s “Saturday Night Live, “Tutt’s has been featured In Touch, People, D Magazine, Cowboys & Indians, FHM, Star Magazine, Destination ” I Do”, Life & Style, Esquire, Ok Magazine, Globe, Vegas Magazine, Out Magazine, Vanidades, and Cosmopolitan – to name a few. She was also Google’s top search person in 2006. Her raise to international stardom was not always a bed of roses; Tutt witnessed firsthand the struggles of poverty while living in section eight housing in Brownsville, Texas. Tutt was diagnosed, at a young age, with depression. Through this though, she led a life that most people either dream about, watch in movies, or read in books and magazines. A life filled with glitz and glamour, which had its downsides. Living in the limelight often included a very typical “Hollywood” party-life-style as well as the daily temptations and amazing opportunities of living across the world all alone – navigating both good and bad all along the way.

Sunshine Tutt’s autobiography will cover her life from her beginning in Brownsville, Texas to becoming an International model. It will also cover her faith and determination from both sides of the camera; as well as, the struggles she had to face and overcome. Her inspiring story will touch the hearts of millions.

Posted On 30 May 2014
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My Faith Kept Me Going By Carldell Johnson Reaches Top 100

carldell_johnson_300x159VIP Ink Publishing release “My Faith Kept Me Going” by Carldell Johnson. With a street release date of June 24, 2014, My Faith Kept Me Going has already been in the top 100 in three different categories on Amazon.com reaching as high as # 34 in Religious Inspiration from pre-sales. His autobiography covers his faith and determination from both on and off the court. It also outlines how he overcame the hardships of living in New Orleans East as a child as well as the horrors he experienced during and after Hurricane Katrina, and his triumph of becoming an NBA player. Johnson’s autobiography is written in a way that is part reflection and inspirational, Johnson takes his readers into the personal journey of his world, whether it was dealing with the relationship of his parents or fighting to stay alive in the world of vices that surrounded him. At the end of each chapter Johnson allows his readers to take his story and make it their own, asking what we have learned and what we will share. This book is bigger than basketball, it is a story of finding your way and staying on the path.

On December 9, 2011 Carldell Johnson signed with the New Orleans Hornets training camp roster, where he became a hometown favorite. After he was released from the New Orleans Hornets, Johnson returned to the Austin Toros where they won the NBA Development League Championship. Prior to signing with the New Orleans Hornets, Johnson was featured in an article written in the Austin American-Statesman in which his teammate Lance Thomas stated, “That Squeak’s selfless. He’s just happy being here. He’s always making someone smile.” Johnson himself was quoted as saying, “A lot of people might think, you know, five years in the D-League? But I’m excited. I’m excited to be playing basketball.” Since turning professional in 2006, he has played for three different teams in Mexico and two in Belgium as well as having three different stints with the Austin Toros in the NBA Development League. He also has been a non-roster invitee of the San Antonio Spurs on two occasions. Carldell Johnson also participated with the New York Knicks mini camp in 2012. Later that year he played for the Atlanta Hawks during their 2012 pre-season.

When Johnson was seventeen years old, his father passed away of cancer. Johnson said that, “My whole life I’ve been trying to grind it out and work hard to get where I need to be. My father died from cancer, and I grew up in a tough neighborhood in New Orleans East, where guys would get bored and find time to get into other things, like stealing cars and walking around looking for fights.

His inspiring story will touch the hearts of many. You can pre-order his book wherever books are sold.

Posted On 30 May 2014
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