Miss Kitty - Novelist or Literary Revolutionist?

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Ever since news surfaced a few weeks ago that popular radio and television personality, Khadine Hylton, 
more popularly known as Miss Kitty, had written a salacious novel, the streets have been buzzing, and 
questions flying  -   what does Miss Kitty have to say now, and who, if anyone, is she taking aim at, or 
unmasking in this novel?
Well come Thursday evening, the curious  may very well get their answers with the launch of the highly 
anticipated debut novel, with a title that adds to the intrigue, 'GOOD GIRL GONE BAD'. 
Set to take place on the grounds of Bookophilia, located at 92 Hope Road in Kingston, the launch of Miss Kitty's debut literary effort is already 
gearing up to be an event for the 
books - no pun intended. 
"The response and expectation has 
been phenomenal," explains 
Pageturner's Karl Larmond. 
"Let's just say it's been a real 
receptive presentation so far. All 
our distributors are excited
about this publication,  so much 
that some have literally made 
shelf space for the arrival of 
'Good Girl Gone Bad' in a few days."
'GOOD GIRL GONE BAD' highlights the sensitive subject of a miscarriage in a once flourishing relationship, but 
one that's soon on life-support with the tragic twist of fate. And like they say, when it rains, it pours, but you 
will have to read it to get the gist and twist of the story. 
Set to commence at 6:30 pm, the launch of 'GOOD GIRL GONE BAD' is already sounding like a stellar occasion, 
with participation from a wide cross section of society's luminaries and celebrities, from the likes of opening
prayer by Tommy Cowan, and readings from the likes of Yendi Phillips, Oliver Samuels, Professor Donna Hope,
ace Disc Jock Kurt Riley, and also an address from Mrs. Valrie Francis from The Jamaica National Library, just to 
name a few. 
'GOOD GIRL GONE BAD' will be available at all Sangsters Book Stores, all Kingston Book Shops and wherever 
books are sold across the island. Fans can also catch Miss Kitty at any one of the over twenty island-wide 
signings already in the final planning stages. 
GOOD GIRL GONE BAD in stores November 4th 2011. 
SPONSORS: Digicel, Wisynco, Wata, Baileys, Coco Cola, Bookophilia, Rhapsody Cakes and Plantscape
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