Ghanaian actress and film marker, Yvonne Nelson, has achieved a remarkable feat with her captivating memoir, “I Am Not Yvonne Nelson,” as it tops the first spot on the Apple Books top paid list.
The book currently beat “The In-Between” by Hadley Vlahos, R.N, and “Can’t Hurt Me” by David Goggins in the Biographies & Memoirs section
The book’s release has sparked intense and controversial discussions on various media platforms, with fans and entertainment industry personalities expressing divided opinions about the names and expose mentioned by the author, Yvonne Nelson in her memoir.
Yvonne Nelson made this announcement on her social media pages, she captioned, “Apple Books #1 Memoir”
The memoir, “I Am Not Yvonne Nelson” is also available for purchase on Amazon at a price of $31.99 for the paperback edition alternatively, the Kindle edition can be purchased for $9.99 for digital readers, which has currently claimed the third spot on the Best Selling list.
“I Am Not Yvonne Nelson” takes readers on a profound journey into the life of the Ghanaian actress, who embarks on a quest for self-discovery as a young woman, only to realize that she has been living under a false identity.
The memoir unfolds with dramatic twists and turns, reminiscent of a spell-binding movie script. However, unlike a typical autobiography, Nelson fearlessly reveals her vulnerabilities, baring her soul to the audience.
The book offers a glimpse into the personal triumphs and challenges that the author has faced throughout her life, while also shedding light on the often-concealed realities of the celebrity world. Nelson’s memoir serves as a powerful platform for her to share her experiences, providing readers with an intimate understanding of her journey and the lessons she has learned along the way.
“I Am Not Yvonne Nelson” has garnered significant attention and interest, propelling it to the esteemed position of number 1 on Apple Books Top Paid and number 3 on the Amazon Best Sellers list.
Readers have been captivated by the authenticity and rawness of Nelson’s storytelling, as she fearlessly confronts her past and explores the complexities of her identity.
The book has struck a chord with a wide range of readers, resonating not only with fans of Nelson but also with individuals who appreciate compelling memoirs.