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January Friday Finds and Changes

January Bookshelf and Friday Finds Changes

  The way to may heart is books. I think I married my husband because his first gift to me was a copy of Paradise by Toni Morrision. Since then, he’s been a benefactor of sorts to my book addiction, even purchasing my 1st Generation Kindle and, more recently, a Kindle Paperwhite. A few years

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Like a Brother by Maurice M. Gray, Jr.

  Jeremiah McAllister lost his entire family before he turned eighteen, but was blessed with another one. As the oldest of more than a dozen young adults mentored by CC Dawson and her husband Thurman, Jeremiah takes his role as oldest brother within their chosen family seriously. To his siblings, he is confidante, emergency contact,

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Elona Washington

From Ivy League to Stripper Life by Elona Washington

  A promising start. A heart-wrenching detour. A chance for redemption. Did you envision a better life for yourself but are unsure where things went wrong? In From Ivy League to Stripper Life, Elona Washington talks candidly about why her life spiraled out of control and lessons learned along the way. Between childhood memories leading

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Pocketful of Poesies

Pocketful of Poesies by Toula Mavridou-Messer

Pocketful of Poesies is unlike any publication you have ever previously perused and that is quite a phenomenal pursuance. Pocketful of Poesies is a pick of perfectly plangent dark tales. An astonishing array of very short stories that take alliteration to a completely new level with absolutely EVERY word beginning with the same letter. This

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Trying to Outrun the Love of God by Karen Adams

How can God reach someone who appears unreachable? Will the love of God be enough to break every chain and loose the trap of the enemy? In her debut book, Author Karen Adams struggles to understand how a loving God would allow life to be so unbearable. Facing childhood molestation, years of crack addiction, nervous

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What a Girl Wants: The Good Girl’s Guide to Great Sex by Sara Bolden

Synopsis What a Girl Wants: The Good Girl’s Guide to Great Sex is just the book women have been looking for to teach them about their bodies, provide ideas to improve libido and offer detailed instructions for sexy stimulation, heightened arousal and orgasmic bliss! After reading this book, her new discoveries will have her filled

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The Tale of Two Americas by Anthony L. Hubbard

Providing an educational environment that will work extremely well for Boys of Color can be a great challenge especially when they enter the transition to high school/college and career. This book was written to discuss promising practices and evaluate existing models that specialize in the education of these young men. To buy this book, please

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His Eye is on the Sparrow by Lisa Sparrow | @lisasparrow41

Lisa Sparrow has never felt loved or wanted. Born into a family that she never quite fit into, her childhood was spent alternating between the foster care system and various mental health institutions. How could the very people charged to protect her make her feel so worthless? From the agony of multiple miscarriages to the

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