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IT’S ME OR THE BAG BY ANGELIA VERNON MENCHAN

IT’S ME OR THE BAG BY ANGELIA VERNON MENCHAN Kena has been patient with Raphael and his side business. A year earlier she gave him an ultimatum, her or the bag. 366 days later she was gone, leaving no clues behind.

Will Raphael be able to come correct for the woman he loves or will he decide the bag is more important?

Take this new urban journey and discover the choices. AVAILABLE ONAMAZON ADD ON GOODREADS THE PLAYLIST Pressure - Khalil
Too Far - Khalil
Distance - Khalil
Deserves It - Khalil
Realized - Khalil EXCERPT Raphael stared down at the bags filling the vestibule. There were four large suitcases and a designer duffel bag he’d purchased for Kena last year. He didn’t even know the designer but knew she would have it because it cost a grip to purchase. He wanted her to have everything and more. She ain’t leaving me and taking my shit, was his first thought, but as he walked through the huge house, he realized she wasn’t there, and the smaller nondescript suitcases were gone with her.…

New Release: It's Me or the Bag!

“Raph, we both have degrees. You promised you would stop the... the street business as soon as you graduated. Now you have a master’s in international finance and all kinds of offers but you’re still about the bag.”
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ENTER: http://bit.ly/2msY1cw It’s Me or the Bag by Angelia Vernon Menchan 
Kena has been patient with Raphael and his side business. A year earlier she gave him an ultimatum, her or the bag. 366 days later she was gone, leaving no clues behind. 

Will Raphael be able to come correct for the woman he loves or will he decide the bag is more important?

Take this new urban journey and discover the choices.
#ItsMeOrTheBag #AngeliaVernonMenchan #JustLove #HonMagPR

Dear Writer...

Dear Writer,

I know today may not be a good day for you. You've written book after book and still can't manage to find your footing. You watch as other writers put out novels and it's an instant hit. You watch as they get hundreds of reviews and at least fifty of them in a matter of hours. You start to question if you're really meant to write. You know you can tell a good story, but are you a good writer? You get depressed. Your muse runs away. You start to feel as if maybe...just maybe, you should leave the novel writing to those whom the readers flock to no matter what they write. You've become disillusioned, quite possibly discouraged.

It's days, weeks, and months--sometimes, years-- later now, and you still can't get your juice back. You've written your heart out and it seems no one is reading your work. It's easy for other writers to say "keep writing" and  "don't give up" when they're, not only, popular but very su…