A True Thug Willsin by David Ware

Welcome to the Pleasure Palace, a place where all of your fetishes can be fulfilled for a price. How much? Just your soul.

A True Thug Willsin is a book that exposes the deceitful ways Satan manipulates through money, drugs and sex, his three most successful, Worldly weapons.

Willsin is the proprietor of a Pleasure Palace. The Pleasure Palace is a place where one can have all their fetishes fulfilled. But the price is steep. High-ranking Detroit officials, including the mayor, have paid and will continue to do so—one way or another.

Willsin becomes the leader of a drug organization called the Young Hustlers Incorporated. The Young Hustlers take over the City of Detroit’s drugs trade. The City then put together a multi-precinct task-force, committed to annihilating every ruthless, murderous member. This is easier said than done, when the leader turns out to be the son of Satan.

The book can be purchased at https://www.createspace.com/3777338 or in ebook format at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B007PM2HP2

  • Classification: Adult
  • Work is: Extract only on Authonomy
  • First submitted Jan. 9, 2012
  • Last updated Jan. 9, 2012
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  • made's avatar
    made wrote 2 years, 10 months ago

    Loved every word

  • desiree lane's avatar
    desiree lane wrote 2 years, 11 months ago

    Congratulations on making the'Review'

    D. Lane
    Freedom Rings

  • Sara Stinson's avatar
    Sara Stinson wrote 2 years, 11 months ago

    Sara Stinson

  • Davidmauriceware's avatar
    Davidmauriceware Author wrote 2 years, 11 months ago

  • Kathie Bondar's avatar
    Kathie Bondar wrote 2 years, 11 months ago

    I am not much into reading food/money/sex works. Publishing your complaints about corrupt local government won't have much effect. If I was you I would try to gather some real evidence then try the court system. Then you will really know what hell on earth is like. Investigative yournalist might be of help.
    I applaud the effort, though. Hopefully it is a start to a writing career.

  • Abby Vandiver's avatar
    Abby Vandiver wrote 3 years ago

    This is very good. I 'm sure you dodn't need that comment now that you are published (Congrats) but I figure I would add my two cents. I could just pict "baby Mack Daddy" hitting on his fifth grade teacher. God bless you. With the focus on redemption I think you have one over on Triple Crown!

    Good job.


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    wingping wrote 3 years, 2 months ago

    What an amazing read, really enjoy it.

  • juliaus's avatar
    juliaus wrote 3 years, 4 months ago

    Congratulations, David! Well done on making it to the editors desk. Brilliant.
    Juli (Trusting Claude)

  • R.J. Stanley's avatar
    R.J. Stanley wrote 3 years, 4 months ago

    Congratulations David!!! So glad you made it all the way!

  • Retired user
    Mister Stephens wrote 3 years, 4 months ago

    Hello; This is interesting, I just discovered your work - by another Detroiter. We seem to be all over the place, with stories from this place. Best of luck, Ron Stephens (Cardinals Elephants and Oos)

  • jlbwye's avatar
    jlbwye wrote 3 years, 4 months ago
    True Thug Willson. I said I would,and your number's come up, so here goes! But I warn you - the pitches put trembling into my heart, and your book is just not my scene... I tend to notice nits - hope you dont mind. Ch.1. The Introduction makes no bones about what to expect. I'll give you that, and the attitude of the narrator appears to me rather juvenile, but of course, he's only ten. The naming business made me ...
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  • nightskyfantasy's avatar
    nightskyfantasy wrote 3 years, 4 months ago

    I have to say that while I don't really like Willsin - he's too arrogant for me - he is a realistic character. I know plenty of people who sound like him. The blunt first person narrative only serves to highlight his character traits. It's an interesting read so far.

    Peace and snowflakes,

  • Sue50's avatar
    Sue50 wrote 3 years, 4 months ago

    Definitely ready for the editor's desk! Happy to back your work. Hope you have a chance to take a look at Dark Side by CC Brown. Good Luck!

  • Retired user
    Daniel Rider [Retired] wrote 3 years, 4 months ago
    "A True Thug Willsin" looks as though it is heading for the Editor's Desk in the next couple days and it deserves to. I was pleasantly surprised by how much I liked Willsin, a cocky, lively gangster from the word go. I think it's the first person narrative that really makes this book pop because I was hooked from the first two sentences where Willsin analyzes his own name: "Will-sin. What kind of bullcrap is that to name a child?" ...
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  • Annette Russell's avatar
    Annette Russell wrote 3 years, 4 months ago

    A truly riveting read! I'm glad to see A True Thug Willsin where it belongs - on the Editor's Desk.

    I love how Willsin gets his name, and his first day at school is a great opening chapter!

    Best wishes, David,


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    Tony Colina [Retired] wrote 3 years, 4 months ago
    hi Dave, just read the first three chapters of your book and found them exquisite. maybe, but not only, because the kind of atmosphere in them is not totally alien to me - not that different from what you can find in my OF RUST AND RAIN. i just luv the chioce of the name for willsin (as the Latins - i mean Romans - said: nomen omen 'in your name lies your fate') and the unfolding of his character. ...
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  • Alecia Stone's avatar
    Alecia Stone wrote 3 years, 4 months ago

    Okay, when I first saw the title and read the blurb, I thought this wasn't going to be for me, but, I like to give everything a chance, so I started to read the book. Right away I started laughing. It was just what I needed. Love the characterisation. You write very well.

    So far, it's an enjoyable read. All the best to you.

    Alecia :)

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    Jeannette Maree [Retired] wrote 3 years, 4 months ago

    Sorry David, I can’t back your book. It’s all been done before – too many times over, and we don’t need to see your book as a movie. There already is far too much violence on the screen as it is. On the good side, you write well. Jeannette Maree –Café After Closing

  • fatema's avatar
    fatema wrote 3 years, 4 months ago
    "Welcome to the Pleasure Palace, a place where all of your fetishes can be fulfilled for a price. How much? Just your soul." "exposes the deceitful ways Satan manipulates through money, drugs and sex, his three most successful, Worldly weapons." The above quotes are very much truth and a good source of teaching. Well written with great phrases. Although the story is not my type of read due to all the happenings. It is an action type for particual group ...
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  • markin2500's avatar
    markin2500 wrote 3 years, 4 months ago

    Brilliant ! You deserve that high ranking.

    If you can, take a look at mine. Different style but worth the read (True Crime)

    Michael Arkin
    Judiical Indiscretion