Yolanda Moore To Release Autobiography

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Former Ole Miss women's basketball player Yolanda Moore is set to release her autobiography, You Can Win If You Don't Quit, on September 15.

Moore, a two-time First Team All-SEC honoree and WNBA Champion, co-founded Everyday Publishing Group with Jermaine Smith to launch the new book

Former Ole Miss women's basketball player Yolanda Moore is set to release her autobiography, You Can Win If You Don't Quit, on September 15.

Moore, a two-time First Team All-SEC honoree and WNBA Champion, co-founded Everyday Publishing Group with Jermaine Smith to launch the new book.

Below is information on the book from R. Media Group:

You Can Win If You Don't Quit chronicles her often painful journey from rural Mississippi as an Ole Miss All-American to making history as a member of one of the original eight WNBA teams, the Houston Comets. The Basketball Hall of Fame forward, who has made Indianapolis, IN her home, is committed to helping others reach their fullest potential by showing that hard work can triumph obstacles and hardships.

A recent volunteer this month at the Indiana Pacers 2012 Summer Youth Hoops Tour, Moore can sympathize with the importance of having encouragement, especially in sports. Her book discusses the pressure she endured to stray away from playing professional basketball by her former college and professional coach, Van Chancellor, and the physical struggles of having three knee surgeries and giving birth to her second child, while trying to pursue her goals.

You Can Win If You Don't Quit, provides readers steps to making their own dreams a reality, including envisioning their success before it happens, being courageous in the face of challenges and being determined through the blood, sweat and tears of adversity.

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