This week, Cash Money Content’s Wahida Clark reached a milestone for the third time in her career as an urban author, as she finds her fiction novel, “Payback Ain’t Enough”, on the New York Times Bestsellers List.
Signed to a publishing deal under Cash Money Content (Simon & Schuster), owned by entrepreneurs Bryan “Birdman” Williams and his brother, Ronald “Slim” Williams, Clark has made an unlikely journey to the coveted book sales list.
Clark became a writer while serving a nine and a half year sentence in prison for fraud, including two and a half years in solitary confinement. She was signed to a national publishing deal while in prison, selling 100,000 books during her incarceration stint, and has sold more than 650,000 books to date.
With her Cash Money Content deal secure, Clark’s own company is reportedly worth over $1 million, and is home to 14 authors with 18 novels currently in stores.
Her “Justify My Thug” debuted on Cash Money Content in 2011 at #19 on the bestsellers list.
As reported by AHH