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Holiday Book Sale!

Want a little some naughty to show Santa how nice you can be? Spice up someone's Christmas with a little Demi, David, Elliot & Michael. Give them a chance to see why Summer and Samona couldn't leave these men alone. $12.50, shipping included. Click the link to purchase!
ETA: Update: There are no more SETS left. ONLY Bi-Sensual is left to purchase. paypal.me/nikkimichelle84/12.50
About Bi-Satisfied:Summer Kennedy is a power player in Atlanta, GA. She has been on a journey of self-discovery since she was old enough to remember. From love to the identity of her real parents to her openly brazen sexuality, she has always felt something was missing.  Working side by side with powerhouse lawyer and best friend David Hall, an openly bi-sexual black male, Summer feels a spark with David that dares to challenge the laws of attraction. Can Summer lose herself in David’s erotic call? When Michael, David's friend and ex-lover, comes into town, the game of cat and mouse between two f…

Job shaming: A lil' rant

Why do y'all shame people with legit jobs? Y'all have a problem with people who work fast food, CNA's, retail workers (cashiers mostly) and any job you deem beneath you. However, these people have legitimate work. They get paychecks every two weeks (just like most of you!), and without these people, your fake bourgeois arses wouldn't be able to get your coffee or your dollar sausage & biscuit. You wouldn't be able to walk in the store and get the supplies you need. Also, your elders, whom you abandon or simply can't take care of, would be shat out of luck.

Stop shaming people who get up, get out, and do something. We need them just as much as they need us. Calm down. You're not as fancy as you think you are.

Confessions of a Love Addict: A Review...

Whew! What an incredible ride! I read this novella in three hours. I probably would have been done sooner, but I had to do motherly ish, eat lunch and such. Anyway, let's get into this review.

Marcus Albright was a man in love...constantly. From one woman to the next, Marcus couldn't seem to love a woman past those first few months of sex and more sex. However, as the saying goes, there is always that one person who can change the tides. Marcus has an adulterous and treacherous ex-wife, an ex-fling who feels slighted, a snobby best friend, and a new woman who goes against tradition. What's a man to do? Well, I don't know about other men, but Marcus went to therapy, which was one of the best decisions he'd made in a long time.

Confessions of a Love Addict is the only book that I've read straight through this whole year. I have been in one hell of a reading slump, but this book captured my attention from the moment I opened the first page. This is a feel good lov…

CALLING MALCOLM BLACK: Introducing Jeremy Felipe: A Review...

Hey, YAWL! I know it's been a while since I've done a review. I have been in a reading rut, but luckily for me, the ever-so-wise Angelia Vernon Menchan managed to pull me out of my reading slump. Let's get into the first book in her new series, CALLING MALCOLM BLACK: Introducing Jeremy Felipe, shall we?

First I'd like to say what a beautiful BLACK love story. I enjoyed this immensely. While I like a little messiness (okay a lot of messiness) in my books, there is nothing like a good old-fashioned love story. Mrs. Menchan managed to give us wise and rooted love with Malcolm and Cinnamon Black along with some new and fresh love with Francine and Jeremy. Also, I just want to say that Cinnamon is going to give Malcolm another heart attack with the way she has him falling between her thighs every chance they get. LOL. 
I loved the way Jeremy wooed Francine. He wasn't overbearing or pushy. He allowed them to move at a pace they were both comfortable with. Jeremy was well…

Nah, sis. You're just being ig'nant!

I can tell most of you have never been to jail. I have more than once. First time I was a teen without a care in the world. Second time, I was a wife and mother of two. My youngest baby was still a newborn.Titty milk was still leaking from my boobs. And while I was in there for less than twenty-four hours the second time, that ish damn near drove me mad. To be away from my kids and not know one way or the other when I was going to be released and to be locked in with women who bragged about stabbing, beating, and hurting other people for fun? The guards didn't give two shits that I was in there for a non-violent offense. They didn't give a sh*t about me wanting to call my husband and check on my kids. They treated my black arse just like they treated the women who were in there for doing mess I will never be wild or crazy enough to do. It was then I realized that while I was willing to throw hands, I was in no way a young woman with nothing to lose anymore. Being away from my…

People are full of sh!t

It's funny how people who are the standard don't speak out against things like colorism and body shaming until it has a negative impact on them. How many of our lighter skinned brothers and sisters used to (and still do when they think no one is watching) laugh at jokes when they were aimed at darker skinned people? How many skinny and/or in shape women laugh at jokes when bigger women are the target?

But as soon as a darker skinned person brings up colorism, it's "oh in school people called me red bone or yellow." Or as soon as a plus size women brings up her being body shamed and how women our size are not the standard of beauty, skinnier and/or in shape women want to discuss how someone called them small or skinny or bean pole even. Now you want to discuss body shaming, sis?

This is why I think so many people are full of sh!t. If you are standard and have laughed at those of us who the world doesn't see as conventionally beautiful because of our shape, siz…

No, Not All Men...

I remember being fourteen, walking to the store for my mother. Dope boys were hanging out. I used to be scared passing by them. It never failed... every single time I walked by, or any other young girl for that matter, they'd try their best to convince one of us to "cut summin." If you're from the A, then you know "cut summin" is short for "let a n*gga f*ck or summin."

Every last one of them knew I was underage and that didn't deter those overgrown ninjas from trying me. There was one, his name was Sean, who asked me my age. I told him. I remember he looked at one of his friends, the one who was adamant about trying to get me to talk to him and said, "N*gga, she fourteen. That's statch."
At the time, I didn't know "statch" was street slang for statutory rape. But I do remember the rest of them laughing and saying, "it ain't if she's down for it" or "not if I don't get caught." Sean tu…

New Release: The Promised Land by Nikki-Michelle & Brenda Hampton

One question. What would you do, if you woke up one day and life as you’ve known it changed forever? For Aubrey Evans and Melody Daniels, along with their families, that day has now arrived. Their lives will never be the same, and after believing that silence is golden as it pertains to the biggest sins of America, they will be forced to confront White Supremacy head on and fight for what they once relished as FREEDOM.

Succumbing to hatred and bigotry is not an option for Malcolm Garvey. He’s an activist who has intensely studied the Promised Land; a land that was created by The Masters who are determined to take their country back. By any means necessary they plan to do it, but will the strength of black men and women, along with their efforts to unite, be enough to put an end to the gut-wrenching madness they all endure in the name of hate? No one could’ve predicated it would come to this, not even in their wildest dreams. But when reality kicks in and the truths behi…