Periwinkle Press, a sister company to WorldScout, announces the much anticipated release of the book Black Daisy in a White Limousine: 77 Poems written by Yashi Brown. Yashi Brown is a poetess and musician born into the legendary Jackson family. Her book Black Daisy in a White Limousine: 77 Poems, a collection of poems from the heart, was released by Periwinkle Press on Jan. 27, 2011. The book, announced by Rebbie Jackson, Yashi’s mother, on ABC’s ‘The View’ is available in .pdf format now (at the link below) and will be available on Amazon.com Feb 2nd. Yashi has been blessed with a devoted family. Her parents, Nathaniel Brown and Rebbie Jackson Brown are headed towards their golden wedding anniversary. Her brother, Austin, and sister Stacy are musicians in their own right. Yashi also sang background on Rebbie’s album, “Yours Faithfully” and was introduced on the big screen at the tender age of 5 in her mother’s hit song and music video, “Centipede”. For a brief time Yashi and her sister Stacy were signed to their Uncle Michael Jackson’s MJJ recording label under Sony Music. Later, they dissolved their band, but continued as writing partners. Yashi is a passionate advocate in the mental health community currently working with her mother, Rebbie, and Reese Butler, founder of the Kristin Brooks Foundation, who is also partnered with PostSecret.com. Yashi also has current projects in the works with the New York based Breaking the Silence adolescent program endorsed by NAMI. She also holds a board position with Long Beach based private school institution, TSJA, which stands for True Social Justice Academy targeting the high school drop-out crisis. Currently working on her own documentary which chronicles her challenges with mental illness and those in the medical field, Yashi demonstrates how her support system of family, music and poetry are the keys to her success. To purchase a copy of Black Daisy in a White Limousine click the Buy Now button below. Cost is $9.99. Purchases can be made by Visa, Mastercard or PayPal.