While on vacation our host, Audrey Wiggins, had the rare opportunity to interview Riley Perez. His book, "What Is Real: The Life and Crimes of Darnell Riley" explores the nine years he spent in the custody of California’s Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. His crime? Riley broke into the home of Girls Gone Wild founder, Joe Francis and filmed a blackmail video, and arrange for payment so that the video didn't go viral. This memoir takes a cold hard look at a life of crime, the toll it takes, the reality of life inside California’s prisons, and the price paid by an inmate's friends, family, and loved ones. ~Excerpted from book website. Purchase his book from www.RileyPerez.com, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and others.