Please check out my friend’s book, “One Drop” by Bob Cole. It’s the story of a Ku Klux Klan member discovering he has a black ancestor and everything he’s ever known has been a lie. VERY INTERESTING READ.
I pose a question to those who are on my website: Do you think the ONE DROP still applies?
If you haven’t already gotten your copy of “A Dance in December” this is your chance to get it for… F-R-E-E!!!
This will be the E-book version ONLY and it will be FREE for ONE DAY!
Get yours TOMORROW, January 4, 2017!
Go get it! “A Dance in December” is available now! 🙂
I’m offering a special promotion!
If you buy, “A Dance in December” you can get my first book, “You Better Not Pout” for FREE!!!
“A Dance in December” is for young adults
“You Better Not Pout” is for those who want something a little steamier for the holiday season! 😉 18+ OVER
I’m giving you a SMALL PEEK inside of, “A Dance in December!” ONLY THE FIRST CHAPTER is available for preview, along with a chance to give a review of the first three characters! 🙂 Click the link above to go check it out!
THREE MORE DAYS! 🙂
You may now pre-order the e-book!
The paperback version will be ready for purchase on December 23rd, 2016!
Thank you all for subscribing to my website! If you take a look at my page, you’ll notice that in SEVEN days my new young adult short story, “A Dance in December” will be available for purchase! It will be available via e-book and print.
I’m only giving those subscribed to this website a glance at the cover! Drum roll please……
Here it is… “A Dance in December…”
Get your copy December 23, 2016! 🙂
All credit to the cover goes to graphic designer, Bret Haines. Visit his website at http://www.baahaus.com!
“It’s the seventh grade Winterwonderland Dance at Westwood Junior High and thus far, 12-year-old Samira has come up short with the boys, as always.” All this stylish, yet bashful tween wants this holiday season is one slow dance. Just one. And hopefully, with the boy of her dreams. Carter Ward. But he doesn’t even know she exists! Or does he? With the help of her beloved, and sometimes annoying best friend, Nakia, Samira may get more than just a dance for Christmas.
Come follow Samira in this short story, “A Dance in December” to find out what goes down at this seventh grade shindig. Will Samira get the one thing she wants for Christmas? A slow dance with her crush, Carter? Or will she continue to be a wilting wallflower?