In the tradition of Tupac Shakur's national best-selling collection of poems, The Rose That Grew From Concrete, comes a collection of personal and intimate letters written by Tupac, while in prison, to the author. Early in 1995 Tupac was incarcerated for a crime he swore he did not commit. It was there that Angela Ardis sent a letter and photo, along with her phone number. To her utter delight, Tupac called her. Over the next several months, she and Tupac shared a daily exchange of soul-searching letters, poems and phone calls, collected here for the first time.