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FIVE MORE DAYS!!!

Holy hell! In FIVE more days, 'Bi-Satisfied' will be on the shelves. I'm nervous. I'm elated. But most of all, I'm apprehensive. I don't know what to expect. I'm not sure how my readers will feel about this story. I know many of my friends on FB are Christians and will frown upon the content in this book. I don't care, but what my loyal readers think matter the most to me. This is the first time I decided to venture these waters and this book means so much to me. Took me thirty days or so to write it. Then I edited and re-wrote it until I couldn't anymore. I sent it to my agent and sat around for days, nervously anticipating her feedback. Once she got back to me with her thoughts, I knew I had a winner.

In FIVE more days, you get to meet David, Summer, and Michael. David is my favorite character in this book. I decided to write about a black man who is comfortable in his sexuality and one who knows how to be honest and love unconditionally. It wasn't difficult to write about this kind of black man. It was actually quite refreshing. David is a man who hid nothing from the woman he loved. Even when she used it against him, he stood firm in his truth and didn't let her disdain deter him. We all claim  to want an honest man, but in the story, Summer proves how many of us wouldn't be able to handle a man like David.

I won't go on a long ramble, but I must implore you to please read my book! Read it. Review it! Tell a friend to tell a friend to tell a friend about it!

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