Nikki Turner, Queen of Hip-Hop Fiction

QUEEN OF HIP-HOP FICTION NIKKI TURNER LAUNCHES THE GLAMOROUS LIFE IN STYLE Richmond, VA (BlackNews.com) - Nikki Turner, the Queen of Hip-Hop Fiction, will host an elaborate book launch party, at the exclusive Downtown Club of Richmond over looking the beautiful James River. The book launch, introduces Turner's friends, fans and celebrities to her latest novel, entitled: The Glamorous Life, her first book published by Random House's imprint, One World Books.

Turner a #1 Essence bestselling author, of A Hustler's Wife, A Project Chick and Girls From Da Hood, has the winning formula for producing bestselling books, and she is using that same creative talent to produce a one-of-a-kind book launch gala. Complete with a red carpet and spotlight to make the celebrity and literary icons invited, feel like they are arriving to an Academy Award event.

Since the April 26 release of The Glamorous Life, copies have been flying off store shelves, and calls have been pouring in from book clubs, and book stores alike for booksignings across the country. Thus far, Turner has several appearances scheduled in Philadelphia, Detroit, Chicago, New York, California and Georgia.

The book launch gala for The Glamorous Life is May 6, 2005 at the Downtown Club of Richmond on the Riverfront Plaza West, 901 East Byrd Street in Richmond, Virginia.

The running order of the majestic evening will be as follows:

Royal Greeting on the red carpet: 6:30-7:30 p.m.

Dancing, Networking & Booksigning: 7:30-11:00 p.m.

Afterparty: 11:00 pm until at the Hyperlink

Dress code: Nothing less than Glamorous!

All working media members from newsgathering organizations are welcomed to attend. Security at the event will be tight, therefore please RSVP by May 5, 2005 of your intentions, with your name and media affiliation and contact number with e-mail address.

Media credentials will be distributed on May 6, 2005 from 5:30 p.m. - 6:15 p.m. at the Downtown Club of Richmond. Please present your government issued photo identification when picking up your media credentials, and be on time. Credentials are non-transferrable, and may only be picked up by the individual to which the credential is assigned.

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