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Bi-Sensual...

So, another book is done. Bi-Sensual took me through so many changes. I started this book not knowing who my characters were to be honest. I mean, I had an outline, but really no depth to who they were until I was well into the story. But, by God, once they did lend me their voices, the emotional roller coaster was one I didn't think I could handle.

I didn't know who the bad guy was going to be until I was near the end of the story. I mean they had already played a key part in the story line, but I didn't know it would be them to do the dirty deed until I was trying to figure it out. T his particular character asked, "why not me?" They were anxious, willing, and ready.

Samona, Elliot, and Demitri are three characters I'll never forget. Not ever. They came in and showed out. And once I was done, they stayed with me for a least a week. In my thoughts and dreams, they stayed with me to comfort me. I had to make some uncomfortable decisions in this book.

I cried…
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My experience with being fat...

At my thinnest, people called me bean sprout, flagpole, told me I needed to eat a burger or two. All kinds of crap. Sometimes it hurt my feelings. Other times I laughed it off. However, since I crossed into the plus-size arena, I've heard some of the meanest, nastiest, vile things said about me and my fellow plus-sized sisters. When I was thin, I thought being told to eat a burger was horrible. Man, listen, that was nothing compared to the shit I hear now. Nothing. It's double the hurt being dark skin and plus-size. Now this doesn't take away from my thin sisters who've had to endure years of taunting about them being small. I can't speak to what those things being said to them has done to their psyche. I can only speak for myself and my experiences, but I'd rather be told to eat a burger than to be told to kill myself because I'm fat, black, and ugly. I'd rather have someone joke about me being a bean sprout than to have people tell me I shouldn't …

Cover Reveal: Bi Your Side

Bi Your Side by Nikki - Michelle  Series: No Ordinary Love Series #1 Release Date: September 1, 2017 Cover Design: Colorful Harmony Design Genre: Erotic Romance  Goodreads Link: Coming Soon!

Book Blurb:

He belongs to someone else. So does she, but the passion they once shared can’t be contained. Ten years ago Marshawn Cruz and Della Sway decided to leave the three nights they spent together in their rear-view. Marshawn is now married and Della in a long term relationship. Who knew they’d run into one another again after all these years? And just like before, the burning passion between them is undeniable. Will they risk it all just for one more night or are the people they love more important than one night of pleasure?

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Nikki - Michelle resides in Metro- Atlanta, Georgia by way of Lexington, Mississippi. Inspired by her love of reading, she began writing at the early age of twelve and has been on a journey of "trying" to pen the perfect novel ever since…

Deleted scene from Bi-Sensual: Unedited/Update on David, Summer, and Michael

“I can’t believe you’ve been in Atlanta this long and didn’t tell me,” Summer said. I smiled at her. Summer was a good friend of mine. We’d met long ago, back in college when I was just a timid shy girl who jumped at her own shadow. She still looked the same minus a few extra pounds from baby weight. She was pregnant with one child while another was on her hip. The little boy was a beautiful specimen of a child. However, his honey golden eyes told me whose child he was. Summer’s life had given me the background story to my last NYT best seller. She told me the story of her and her husband, who was bisexual, and his friend, Michael. The writer in me went wild. Of course I asked her if I could write about it. She told me I could, but by God, she had never told me Michael had fathered her child. My eyes were as wide as saucers. “Are you and David still together?” I asked. “Yeah, why do you ask me that?” I made no bones about looking directly at the child on her hip. “He looks like Micha…

Black Film Review: Only 4 One Night

So last night/early this morning, I had the unfortunate chance to watch the movie Only 4 One Night, starring Brian White and Karrueche Tran. It was over an hour of my life that I can't get back. To make matters worse, I was in the kitchen pouring myself some libations when the opening credits were rolling so I didn't get to see that child molester, Chris Stokes, had directed this movie. I didn't find that out until after the fact. The premise goes a little something like this: Brian and Karrueche are happily married, the perfect couple. Karrueche's sister suffers a great loss, ends up in their guest room. Karrueche has to leave to go support her and Brian's son. The sister is left with the husband...and you know where this is going. But listen, the movie was basically a rip off of all the other movies about crazy women becoming obsessed with men after sex or just becoming plane ol' obsessed. If you've seen Obsessed, Single White Female, Hand that Rocks the C…

J.M. Walker's RUDE Preview: Chapter 1

Still conflicted about#oneclickingRude? Here's Chapter 1. Also, Rude CAN be read as a standalone. You do NOT need to read the first books in the series before reading this one. --
Chapter 1 - Coby The naked body beside me didn’t do shit for my appetite. I was fucking hungry, and this limp bundle was dead weight compared to the beast within who wanted to come out and play. If only I could feed it. Give it the sustenance it craved. The ecstasy that took over all thought processes while you fuck into oblivion.
“You ready for more, baby?” the whore asked, looking up at me through heavy-lidded eyes.
I only looked at her. I couldn’t be sure what she saw on my face, but either way, I wanted her gone.
A moment later, she swallowed hard and rose from the bed. Grabbing her clothes, she shuffled out of the room.
Shower. I needed a fucking shower. I needed to wash the smell of impurity off me.
The woman latched on hard the night before. One look, and the next thing I knew, she was all over me l…

New Movie Review: Deuces

So I watched Deuces last night. It's a new movie starring Larenz Tate, Lance Gross and Meagan Goode. The premise of the story is damn near like every one of those hood novels that are so popular on Amazon these days. If you've read any novel considered hood or urban lit, then you've seen this movie already. And just like some of the hood/urban lit novels, the movie had a few issues. That didn't take away from the fact I kinda enjoyed the jawn. The story goes a little something like this: Man is a drug dealer. Man wants to go legit. Man meets girl. Girl falls in love with man. A new dude comes into the crew. It shakes up crazy and before you know it, the shit done hit the fan. I give the movie a solid three-stars and that's only because it was good to see Larenz Tate on the screen again. However, some of the acting left a lot to be desired. Still, if you got nothing to do on a late night, I'd recommend it.

Classic Black Films Reviews: Soul Food and Belly

I'm watching all of the old black movies that I've never seen. I started with Soul Food and Belly. Out of five-stars, I give Soul Food a five-star rating. I enjoyed the family dynamic and all of its messiness. Chile Cousin Faith shouldn't have been trusted on the strength of that jacked up bang.
Out of five-stars, I give Belly a glaring negative one-star. That movie was horrible, acting absolutely terrible. And I would have given it two-stars (because I liked how DMX's character ended up changing and the fact that Nas's character got his family to Africa) but DMX's character teaching a sixteen to suck his penis at age eleven was a huge NO for me. Rape culture anyone?
I'm headed to watch Love & Basketball and Brown Sugar next. Reviews will follow. And no, I didn't watch any of the black movies when they came out. And yes, I will keep my black card. Fight me, ho.