Thursday, February 26, 2015

OPI Versus Gel Effect Nail Polish

Okay so I am still in the pursuit of finding the perfect cost effective way to keep my nails cute. I love gel manicures and even though it lasts about three weeks for me, $30-40 per session is kinda a lot for me. So I've looked at some alternatives: OPI and Gel Effect nail polish.


Friday, February 20, 2015

COVER REVEAL "Bahama Love" by Khara Campbell coming this spring.


COVER REVEAL "Bahama Love" coming this spring.
Something different from Not My Will and Purple Tears. ROMANCE with a touch of suspense. Based in the Bahamas so you will definitely get a taste of the islands. 





      Riley secured her seatbelt and leaned back comfortably against the leather seat. “I’m a Bank Manager at Bank of the Bahamas.” She turned her head to look at his gorgeous dark face. “Are you a Bahamian? I can hear a hint of an accent,” she asked curiously.
     “Yes,” he responded with a nod. “I bank at Bank of the Bahamas – which branch do you work at?”
     “Main branch on Shirley Street.”
     “Ah, I’ve been in there a few times. I’ve never noticed you before.”

More details soon...


In the meantime check out the recent release, Purple Tears

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Don't forget to Review Purple Tears

Don't forget to leave your amazon review for Purple Tears, it definitely helps.

Go to Amazon.com here

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Kiss and Tell Blog Tour

KISS AND TELL



Here's your chance to be a lucky winner of a $5 Amazon gift card. One (random) winner will be chosen. From the excerpt below from Purple Tears, can you determine if Dwayne is trying to tell Gina something or get a kiss?

Reply with your response for a chance to win! Winner will be announced tonight.




Wednesday, February 4, 2015

In Honor of Black History Month...

Dr. Patricia Bath

Fight for the Right to Sight

Dr. Patricia Bath
Imagine living in a world ranging from hazy, clouded vision to that of total darkness for 30 years. Before 1985, that was the plight of those with cataracts who did not want to risk surgery with a mechanical grinder. Now imagine sitting in a doctor's office without being able to see her as she explains that it may be possible to restore your vision. You can't tell by studying body language whether to trust this person or if they're pulling your leg. All you have to go by is the sound of the voice assuring you that this procedure is safe, more accurate and more comfortable than traditional cataract surgery.