Written by Terrie Lynn
What You Think You Know, You Don’t
What You Think You Know
Available on barnesandnobles.com/amazon.com
Target Audience: Teen girls/young ladies and their parents.
This is an uncut talk with teen girls/young ladies about relationships, dating, sex, and the reality of being a teen mom.
Every year over 750,000 teenagers will get pregnant. That is the reason the book is geared towards teen girls and their parents, to get parents involved.
Many times parents forget what young love is like and the trials and tribulations that young girls go through today. Countless parents may possibly be in denial about their daughters having sex. A number of parents may not know how to reach out and communicate to their teen, and some parents (single moms) are involved in unhealthy relationships themselves, and are passing that unhealthy behavior to their daughters. This book will help break that cycle.
In order to prevent teen pregnancy with-in the community and the spread of diseases, we need to thoroughly inform our teenage girls about the consequences of their actions and, show them that they have a choice to make better decisions about their lives.
Author Terrie Lynn has showcased her books on:
- The Antonio Smith Show WIGO 1570 AM
- Mike Ray Power FM
- Ralph B. Lee Jr. blogtalkradio
- ACE graduates blogtalkradio
Frequently asked interview questions:
- Why should someone buy your book instead of other books that are available on the same subject?
Many books on teen sex are mainly addressing teens that haven’t had sex and why they should practice abstinence. They aren’t address teen girls that are already sexually active, or already have a baby or two.
- What do you think is the biggest issue with teen pregnancy?
Many teens aren’t being introduced to enough challenges to occupy their time; therefore sex becomes their primary focus.
- What type of feedback have you gotten back about your book?
Teens and many parents enjoy it because it’s a simple read, with humor that kept them interested. It’s written in a language that today’s teens can relate to. Parents appreciate the fact that in each paragraph I’m conveying a message about the reality of life to teen girls.