Thursday, January 11, 2018

Looking For Something Good To Read!!!!!


Sitting there with the pieces of your life around you, there seemed to be a pattern. There was faith, love, deceit, lust, and loss—in that order. You didn’t think you were deserving of love. That is why everything was being taken from you, and you were ready to give up on life. Through your poetry, faith, and learning from your past, you can rewrite the story. It was after coming through all the experiences and being stronger, you realized there is always a new chapter. The book will take you on the journey of a young girl growing up in Connecticut, who had to take some stumbles along the way to come into her own and realize instead of tearing herself down for the decisions she made, there is a lesson. Love is greater than anyone can imagine and can warm you like the sunshine after the rain. You went from the beginning, the journey, the test, and the testimony to say, “There Is Sunshine after the Rain.”


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Self Published Author, Patricia A. Saunders was born and raised in Connecticut before relocating to the San Francisco Bay Area nearly 24 years ago. She received her Master’s in Management from the University of Phoenix in 2011. After the passing of her mother who had Alzheimer’s, Patricia decided that all the words that she kept to herself were to be released.
Saunders has released her fifth book an autobiography memoir infused with poetry (December 2017)  with BookBaby Publishing called There Is Sunshine After The Rain: Making It Through Life’s Struggles. The book will take the reader on a journey of a young child influences that shape her decisions as an adult. It is a must read that covers being raped multiple times,  a family that protects her,  how she wanted to die after the passing of her mother, and the people who would not give up on her!
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Sunday, August 20, 2017

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Looking For Something Good To Read....

Review By WRP Diva
Murder Among The Tombstones / A Clara and Iris Mystery
By Kim Carter
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   The wait is finally over and Author Kim Carter has blessed the readers with another great suspense -filled read. Me myself I love mysteries. Her dynamic pen is one of the smoothest I have read thus far. As a reader I must be able to replay an author’s words in my head, creating a consistent, flowing movie full of action and emotion. Carter has a gift for detail, dropping things here and there, just enough to give me a mental picture. She grabbed me and twisted me up in her world and kept me on my toes from the first paragraph. I felt myself running through the woods and experiencing all the anxiety and fear Jasmine felt. 
     I felt like the detective trying to solve the crime with them. Who was this man with those perfect white teeth and why did he do this to such a beautiful young girl. Private Investigators Iris Hadley and Clara Samples are my girls. These ladies are a great combination. There is never a dull day at Hadley and Samples Investigations. You would never believe they were in their 70’s. 
Jessica Fletcher watch out… 
    The way they banter back and forth is hilarious. I love these two. Quita is just the icing on the cake. Author Kim Carter developed the storylines so brilliantly before merging them together with such a smooth transition, causing nothing but pure drama till the end. From reading previous books from this author, I can see that she has not lost her touch. She has developed another hard-hitting read from start to finish. I highly recommend anything this author writes.



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Looking For Something Good To Read

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Blood Stone By Author Melachi Taylor
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Take A Peek Inside **Excerpt Below**
Mika bucked against her restraints. The chair jerked but the duct tape had no give in it. Shaka took two halves of the double barrel shotgun from his back pocket and put them together, then loaded it, snapping it closed.
“Shaka,” she struggled. “Shaka, what the fuck are you doing?”
Ms. Della was standing in front of Shaka facing Mika. She smiled.
“It’s gonna be okay, Shamica. God...”
BOOM!!! 
The double barrel was so loud when it went off that it seemed to shake the entire earth. Shaka was ruthless, but Mika didn’t know the extent of just how ruthless until this nigga blew her grandmother’s head off with a double barrel shotgun. Blood, brain, and bone painted and peppered the family pictures on the wall behind her grapefruit pink and red. Mika fought against the duct tape restraints binding her to the chair. She was completely helpless. 
One of Shaka’s goons stood behind her, forcing her to look at his boss’ gruesome display of revenge. Mika made threats but Shaka’s damage had been done and there was no taking it back. A single tear escaped Mika’s eye and trailed down her swollen, bruised cheek when her grandmother’s headless body hit the floor with a dry thud and began to jerk violently. 
This wasn’t the first time she had been a witness to death. Lord knows she put in much work with this nigga back in the day. But this was different on a whole other level. This was her grandmother.