Good morning! Have you read my latest cold weather companion, No More Expectations? Here’s an excerpt from the novel:
“Oh, puh-lease,” Brianya said when the server left. “What is it with you men and your irrational fear of friendship with a woman?”
“It’s not that we’re afraid of being friends with females—I have a few female friends. I mean straight up friends. None of that friends with benefits stuff. What it is, is we don’t wanna hear that word from the person we’re spittin’ game at.”
Brianya reared back in her seat, glowered at Monty.
“Wait a minute, wait a minute. That came out wrong!” Monty said, rubbing his hands together as if he was about to get into a tasty treat. “How can I clean that up? Okay, what I meant was,” he took a deep breath then continued. “When you’re trying to get to know somebody because you think that person is beautiful inside and out and all you can do is think about her every day, all day, and pray that she’ll give you a shot, the last thing you want to hear her say is ‘we’re just friends.’”
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Good morning! Looking for a good read? While I’m waiting for Amazon to reset the price of my book back to it’s regular price, you can get Transitions: short stories for a rainy day for only 0.99 cents!! Hurry!
Eight stories. Eight lives forever changed!
GOOD MORNING! Amazon is delaying in changing the prices of my books back to their regular prices, so here’s your chance to snatch up a deal on two great reads!
Four men. One woman. One ultimate BETRAYAL!
No More Expectations. On sale for $1.99 (reg. price $4.99)
Eight stories. Eight lives forever changed.
Transitions: short stories for a rainy day. On sale for $0.99 (reg. price $2.99)
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Now that we have e-readers, do you find yourself buying books with risque covers that you wouldn’t have bought before?
In the book, No More Expectations, the main character, Brianya Johnson (who recently lost 206 pounds) is on a *date* with one of her suitors. Intimidated by his good looks and well-attended to body, she says to him:
“I mean, you’re a good looking man. You’re educated and smart. You’ve got a good job. Got all your hair and your own teeth.” Ed burst out laughing. “You don’t live in your parents’ basement. And you could have any beautiful non-celibate woman out here. So, why me?”
Do you think she’s right to be concerned that he is interested in her when there are so many other women out there that he could have chosen?
In the book, Transitions: short stories for a rainy day, Cashmere Masters learns something earth-shattering about her fiance from his good friend that leads her to make a life-altering decision.
If you’re in a committed relationship and your good friend or your mate’s good friend tells you something about your significant other, should you take that person’s word as the gospel truth, or should you confront your significant other?
In the book, No More Expectations, Brianya’s good friend makes the comment:
“Seriously! You need to lighten up. In case you forgot, this is the twenty-first century. Nobody waits until they’re married anymore.”
Do you think this is a true statement? Has celibacy fallen out of favor?