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The Veil of Victory

This is a DYNAMIC, wonderful and captivating non-fiction story that is a MUST read! This book tells a story of a young black women’s amazing journey, and triumph over child sexual, spousal abuse, and severe work discrimination. Yorli finds herself in an exciting career as an undercover drug agent in a true to life “21 Jumpstreet” style elite drug unit.

During the five years of employment, she is faced with intense racial and sexual discrimination. Racism is still very alive and well in America which becomes very evident after a lawsuit against the drug unit is filed. She is subjected to constant threats and taunts that escalated into a death threat. Her bold and fearless character earns her a militant reputation based on racially charged connotations. All of their childish attempts to intimidate her are ignored. She is adamant not to appease Anyone’s ego, but instead snatch the respect she deserves; even if it’s by force!

Yorli formulates a plan to work within the county’s Political arena where she intends to play as much hard ball as they do. Even with her limited resources she was content to have God as her only source. After much soul searching and looking to God for answers she realizes that her journey is going to be long. She is forced into a character role of the ‘Get Christy Love’ series and Yorli notices that she is going to be the lead. She dresses for the part covered by her own God given protection as Caul-Bearer or better known as a child born with a veil over its face. This time a young African American woman dare sit for racial inequality and disproportionate acts within the American government.

Yorli knows she must learn more about this Veil in order to further understand her calling. While researching she discovers that the Caul-Bearer in ancient history is known to have psychic ability as well as the gift to live long without tire. But in the Christian faith it is believed to be a special connection with Him. It is believed to be the mark of a chosen one who is blessed with special gifts that are to be used for His work on earth. Ultimately it is this veil that provides all the protection Yorli needs.

22 Responses to “The Veil of Victory”

  1. Richard Robinson 27 January 2011 at 8:30 am Permalink

    This book was an incredible testimony to the human spirit and how God can mold any clay into a masterpiece for the world to admire. Good work Yorlip

    • Yorli Huff 27 January 2011 at 8:31 am Permalink

      thank you all for all of your support!

  2. Debbee 27 January 2011 at 8:30 am Permalink

    Dear Sister, I have not read this masterpeice to date, however I have every intention of doing so. It sounds riviting one that you can not put down. I look forward to your signing next Sat- Stay Blessed! And continue on with your great works

  3. Dr. Damon R. Jones 27 January 2011 at 8:30 am Permalink

    Way to go cousin. I just watched you on People to People with Allison Payne and you looked and sounded amazing! Stephanie and I are so proud of you. Damon

  4. Shirley Clanton 27 January 2011 at 8:31 am Permalink

    Yorli, this book, your life, serves as an awesome reminder that God is…. We should never limit HIM, and your life exemplifies that to the fullest!!! This book, your life is truly a tragedy & triumph! Can’t wait for the next editions of novels, comic books, tv shows, lifetime movie etc :D Thanks for the encouragement page, I was totally s-u-r-p-r-i-s-e-d! I’m so very proud of you! continue to be an inspiration and advocate to mankind! Love you & God’s continued blessings to you & Judah!

  5. Monique 27 January 2011 at 12:38 pm Permalink

    The book was real in that it not only revealed the mistreatments to you but also your ownership of bad decisions. Too often books are one sided and I think this book nailed it. Victory is a little super natural, a little trials/opportunities, a little bad decision making but most of all alot of growth and change in the thought process. This book manifest the words from victim to victory. I look forward to the movie!

  6. Deborah Stringer 27 January 2011 at 12:39 pm Permalink

    Yorli, just like the “Black Girls Rock” program that was on BET last night, you too have produced a stepping stone for Black Women to bring forth our courage to stand up for ouselves when told NO we can’t do that or NO you won’t win. Your book is a teaching tool for us and I thank you. YOU WON, girl!

  7. Jamella Biegel 27 January 2011 at 12:39 pm Permalink

    Just finished reading this powerful book yesterday. Kudos to Yorli for tellng her story. You never know the trials and tribulations a person is going through. The book is very well written and I look forward to future writings from author Yorli Huff!

  8. Erwin Flowers 27 January 2011 at 12:39 pm Permalink

    In the beginning of the book when your relative had is pole in the white fishing hole was that literally or was it a mixed relationship. Did u ever get tired of the tall light skinned brothers? What have you learned about relationships?How is Judah? How did you develop your writing style? Reading or reports? Will the next book come from the same point of view?+

    • Yorli Huff 27 January 2011 at 12:45 pm Permalink

      The comment about the fishing incident was literal my grandfather was caught fishing in the “whites” only fishing spot. I got tired of WRONG tall light skinned brothers. I have grown to appreciate the way a brother treats me not at all how he looks! Judah is WONDERFUL thanks for asking. My writing style has come from my straight forward uncut talk, so it came from LIFE. The next book Testimony Time is a workbook that will take you on a ten week journey to create your own book of visualizations and affirmations that will be motivated by my opportunities. Once the workbook is completed you will have an invaluable weapon to add to your arsenal to help you on your journey.

  9. Erwin Flowers 27 January 2011 at 12:40 pm Permalink

    What signicant parts of your experience did you have to edit out of the book? I noticed a strong belief in God. When was the first time that you know that he “saved” you? If a group ever chooses your book to read please inform me especially if there is some testosterone in the group.

  10. Nicole Burgess 27 January 2011 at 12:40 pm Permalink

    Yorli, The Veil of Victory is of Great Triumph, it clearly points out no matter what hand you are dealt from the moment of conception that you can be Victorious. You never played the role of victim when it was so clear that you were, instead you picked up the pieces (Yourself) that matter most and moved on. Truly you are an example for any one that has gone through sexual, physical and emotional abuse of any king. I was truly encouraged from your Great Triumph.

  11. Fronse Pellebon Smith 27 January 2011 at 12:41 pm Permalink

    Congrats on your SABC Radio 2000 interview aired in South Africa. I’m sure Jansia Eiland-Harper is smiling !

  12. Jeri Machino 27 January 2011 at 12:41 pm Permalink

    I fnished Yorli’s book a while back and I am still amazed at what this wonderful woman has gone through. She is an inspiration to all!! Not only is she beautiful, but she has more brain power than most. Beauty, brains, strength, and courage all rolled into one dynamic individual! God Speed!

  13. DEBRA SMITH 27 January 2011 at 12:41 pm Permalink

    Hi Yorli so good seeing you yesterday…Can not put the book down!!! Starting chapter 23 Gangsta Politics right now, this will truly be the first book I have read straight through in less than 24 hours!! I am at a loss of words as how to explain my emotions, but I hope it becomes a best seller and millions of readers get to read it, a real page turner! Debra Smith

  14. Latiffany 27 January 2011 at 12:43 pm Permalink

    Yorli: I finished the book within 5 hours. I read it nearly nonstop. It was amazing. I am glad you have your story out there and am inspired by it. I am really in shock by all that you’ve been through. You are a survivor. I look forward to your future work.

  15. Yusufu 27 January 2011 at 7:46 pm Permalink

    One word……………..KEEP ON GOING!!

  16. Cynthia 30 January 2011 at 11:06 am Permalink

    May you continue to be guided by The power of the spirit, and the light that continues shine through you. It’s obvious you came here for a reason!! Loved the book, (finished it overnight). You already see the future.

  17. J.D. 5 February 2011 at 2:01 pm Permalink

    Yorli, after reading your book and learning about all of the trials and tribulations that you went through at such a young age I became emotional. I am amazed at how well you were able to balance your life and take care of your grandfather with all that you had been through and with all that was still going on around you. I am glad that I was able share a few moments in your professional life to see first hand your Engendering Strength. I am very proud of you and I pray for you to have the best of everything in your life. May God bless you keep you strong.

  18. Michelle 18 February 2011 at 1:35 pm Permalink

    Yorli, your story is a great testament to the human spirt. You show us with God and determination , anything is possible. This book touches on life isn’t always fair, but you work with what you have to get what you want.

  19. Sheri Mingo 10 April 2011 at 11:07 am Permalink

    Yorli, it took a minute for me to start reading your book, but after finishing the book all I can say is WOW….The book is a great story and very enjoyable reading. Keep you head up and know that you are loved.

    Your Girl Sheri from Skating!

  20. Nicole 18 April 2011 at 7:58 am Permalink

    Hi Yorli,

    Thanks for coming to meet with our book club this past Saturday. I truly enjoyed your book and have been telling everyone about it. Your story is a true testimony of what black women are made of and we can endure and overcome all obstacles. Thanks again for sharing your story.

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