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Jenelle Simpson

Making Some Permanent Noise

June 30, 2021 | Sasha Stoltz |

Toronto, On – “Commitment To A Deceitful Liar” to be released October 2021, is a non-fictional book by first time author, Jenelle Simpson.   Simpson is a senior law clerk, paralegal, motivational speaker, and life coach in Toronto. “Commitment To A Deceitful Liar is a look inside the life of the author, raised in a West Indian home with all its beliefs and myths. How to unlearn instilled toxic generational cycles and relearn how to move to new levels in our livesSimpson kept all the images and experiences of her growing up, close.  

Jenelle Simpson

Her armor.  The first-time author struggled with telling all for this book, but truth is the story and Simpson reveals all of hers. Sexual abuse, rape, experiences surrounded by drugs and strippers and, various struggles within the black community, and her struggle to escape repeated generational cycles passed down. Simpson readily admits, her truth is not always pretty. Her old self would have worried what people thought, but her new self believes that only the raw truth speaks to people.  The truths, you find through the growing and healing process, remembering, no one takes the same route to get to the same place.


Simpson uses some Jamaican Patios dialect to bring the Jamaican culture and its effect alive for her readers. The author masterfully intertwines the different cultures as a background for Commitment To A Deceitful Liar.   The title first came from the shock and pain Simpson felt from a deeply personnel experience.  In the moment, she was numb, but it was not a place the strong-willed Simpson was going to linger.  The title, today, serves as much more than one life incident, but an inclusive umbrella of sorts.  Lies come from many different sources throughout our lives.  They can be dangerous.  Once we begin unraveling those lies, for answers, we don’t always like what we find.  But, through truth, we learn to forgive and create our own walk-through life, not in the eyes of others… but our own. 


“Writing has always been an escape for me.  I knew I wanted to make some permanent noise for generations to come.” 

                                                                                            Jenelle Simpson

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