“…Bad bitch is not a compliment, so don’t
acknowledge it when a man calls you that…”
Jerra Mitchell, who prides herself on being old-fashioned, believes all women should carry themselves as ladies. She is totally against calling another woman or herself a "bad bitch." Instead, she prefers ladies or queens.
"The Death of Bad Bitch" is her first book, and it ranked #7 in Amazon's best-sellers list upon its release. Mitchell is a talented, influential, and tenacious woman with an inspiring story to tell.
She struggled with low self-esteem and abandonment issues while growing up that cultivated as a direct result of her father not being present in a vast majority of her life. Additionally, she dealt with trust issues from men who apparently meant her no good. Through it all, she was able to rebuild her self-esteem, genuinely forgive her father, and is now open to love again. Mitchell also writes about how being celibate helped her to discover her self-worth in order to embrace the idea of being in love.
Mitchell currently resides in Indiana where she is working on her second book and earning her Master's degree. She holds an A.A.S. in Business Administration and a B.S. in Organization Management. She is currently pursuing her Master's Degree in Public Affairs. Mitchell is also certified in Etiquette. In her spare time, she loves to cook, bake, decorate, read, and write.