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A Belle In Brooklyn

Author: Demetria L. Lucas
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1451609299
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The "Essence" editor counsels women on how to enjoy the dating experience without placing undue pressure on finding a partner immediately, sharing advice based on interviews with dating experts and her Male MindSquad team.

A Lover S Mentality

Author: Sade L. Collins
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 0996018905
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Life can bring you many ups and downs. What determines it and you is how you cope with it as a person. In Yemya’s case, love determines her life. It controlled her actions, her thoughts and her feelings. It became her mentality. In A Lover’s Mentality, Yemya is faced with many life changing decisions all the while learning the outcome of her mistakes in the process of maturing as a woman. Like all young women who are venturing out to find herself, Yemya encounters many obstacles between love and friendship. Yemya heart falls into the hands of Shame a dread headed, no real potential, soon to be baby daddy who’s out chasing skirts type of man. Unsure if she is able to continue to hold on to what she think is love; or if her heart and mind strong enough to stand with her back against the wall. She faces many ultimate decisions living the life with the mentality of a lover.


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ELLEgirl, the international style bible for girls who dare to be different, is published by Hachette Filipacchi Media U.S., Inc., and is accessible on the web at ELLEgirl provides young women with insider information on fashion, beauty, service and pop culture in a voice that, while maintaining authority on the subject, includes and amuses them.

The Girl He Used To Love

Author: Amy Vastine
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1488009139
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The past will always be between them He swore he'd never return home. Then a flat tire lands Dean Presley back in Grass Lake, Tennessee, and he's forced to confront the woman he left behind. Faith Stratton was once the love of his life. Now her gifted brother could be the rising Nashville star Dean needs for his struggling music label. But it means taking Sawyer away from the horse therapy farm that Faith's so proud of. That won't be easy, especially since those old feelings that started all the trouble… Well, let's just say he can't go back there, because he doesn't want to relive the memories of the terrible accident that drove them apart.


Author: Cora Daniels
Publisher: Three Rivers Press
ISBN: 0385521596
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ghet-to n. (Merriam-Webster dictionary) Italian, from Venetian dialect ghèto island where Jews were forced to live; literally, foundry (located on the island), from ghetàr, to cast; from Latin jactare to throw 1: a quarter of a city in which Jews were formerly required to live 2: a quarter of a city in which members of a minority group live, especially because of social, legal, or economic pressure 3a: an isolated group ghettob: a situation that resembles a ghetto especially in conferring inferior status or limiting opportunity ghetto ghet-to adj. (twenty-first-century everyday parlance) 1a: behavior that makes you want to say “Huh?” b: actions that seem to go against basic home training and common sense 2: used to describe something with inferior status or limited opportunity. Usually used with “so.” ghettoghetto3: a quarter of a city in which members of a minority group live, especially because of social, legal, or economic pressure. 4: common misusage: authentic, Black, keepin’ it real As current and all-consuming as “ghetto” is in these days of gold teeth, weaves (blond and red), Pepsi-filled baby bottles, and babymamas, ghetto has a long history. The original ghetto was in the Jewish quarter of Venice, a Catholic city. Before it became the Jewish quarter, this area contained an iron foundry or ghèto, hence the name. These days, ghetto no longer refers to where you live, but to how you live. It is a mindset, and not limited to a class or a race. Some things are worth repeating: ghetto is not limited to a class or a race. Ghetto is found in the heart of the nation’s inner cities as well as the heart of the nation’s most cherished suburbs; among those too young to understand (we hope) and those old enough to know better; in little white houses, and all the way to the White House; in corporate corridors, Ivy League havens, and, of course, Hollywood. More devastating, ghetto is also packaged in the form of music, TV, books, and movies, and then sold around the world. Bottom line: ghetto is contagious, and no one is immune, no matter how much we like to suck our teeth and shake our heads at what we think is only happening someplace else… From an award-winning journalist and cultural commentator comes a provocative examination of the impact of “ghetto” mores, attitudes, and lifestyles on urban communities and American culture in general. Infused with humor and entertaining asides—including lists of events and people that the author nominates for the Ghetto Hall of Fame, and a short section written entirely in ghetto slang—Ghettonation is a timely and engrossing report on a controversial social phenomenon. Like Bill Cosby’s infamous, much-discussed comments about the problems within the Black community today, it is sure to trigger widespread interest and heated debate.

The Art Of Asking

Author: Amanda Palmer
ISBN: 3732513289
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Um Hilfe zu bitten fällt uns oft schwer, weil wir Angst haben, schwach und bedürftig zu scheinen. Eine völlig falsche Sichtweise, meint Amanda Palmer. Die Musikerin ist eine wahre Expertin darin, sich helfen zu lassen, bat sie doch bei unzähligen Gelegenheiten um die Unterstützung ihrer Fans. Dabei hat sie erfahren, dass der ausgetauschte Gefallen stets für beide Seiten ein Gewinn ist. Wer um Hilfe bittet, zeigt sich zwar verletzlich, erhält aber auch die Chance, Vertrauen zu beweisen und Beziehungen aufzubauen. Amanda Palmer hat ein großes Buch über Menschlichkeit geschrieben; über Ängste und Schwächen und über die Kraft der Güte und des Vertrauens.

Let Love Shine

Author: Melissa Collins
Publisher: Melissa Collins
ISBN: 0991054237
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What comes after “they lived happily ever after?” Maddy and Reid have seen their fair share of trials and tribulations, of love and loss. Facing down the biggest challenges of their young lives, they managed to survive and endure. With the future stretching out before them, they must learn to navigate new and unfamiliar paths. Being new parents, starting new jobs, and continuing college is enough to overwhelm any couple. New challenges come up daily, as do small victories. Watch Maddy and Reid grow stronger together in this “one year later” tale of the everyday stuff that happens in real life. With a solid foundation of love under their inexperienced feet – and with the help of their family and friends – Maddy and Reid learn how to let love shine, lighting the way for a beautiful future to come. **This is a 26K word novella (about 100 pages) with approximately 11k words in bonus materials from Let Love In and Let Love Stay. This is NOT a standalone and should not be read if you have not read Let Love In and Let Love Stay.** Series Reading Order: Let Love In- Maddy & Reid (ends in a cliffhanger) Let Love Stay - Maddy & Reid (concludes their story) Let Love Heal - Melanie & Bryan (can be read as a standalone) Let Love Shine - Maddy & Reid (one-year-later follow-up novella) Let Love Be - Lucy & Evan (can be read as a standalone)


Author: Katharine Hepburn
ISBN: 9783453879317
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Just The Typical American Negro

Author: Jun &. Louise Briggs-Dehorney
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1449030653
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One cannot comprehend America until they comprehend the Negro. The writer's great-grandfather once said that the Negro was just like a hog they don't endure to the end. Wash them up, dress them proudly and tie a red ribbon around their neck but as soon as they see a mud hole they will wallow. Where their spirit is where they will reside The writer's great-great-great-grandfather who was a very wealthy Slave owner, a judge, and a teacher to future slave owners said it best, that hope was evil. He told his students to acknowledge power, and to give the slave hope. The Slave owner would be in power.