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Etiquette Advice: Part 3

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Another excerpt from Madame Authuertta Bozell's Guide to Manners and Proper Behavior:

Invitations
An invitation is an unsolicited and generous offer of hospitality. It generally takes the form of an invitation to one's home, but it also could take the form of an invitation to a movie, or the theater, to dine  Read More 
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My French Destiny 2012

Who are deeze guys?
Sometimes, I feel a little queezie. Especially on days when I allow my self to contemplate too profoundly on my life, here, in France. I start wondering what will become of us (my husband and I) since we have placed our destiny in the hands of these people:

Nevertheless, each time I slip into  Read More 
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Filling the Void

Why do writers write? Because it isn't there.
~ Thomas Berger
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It' Novel Pimping Time!

I'll never understand why it's called "pimping" when an author pushes his own work; it seems to me that it would be the agent who would be called a pimp. But then? I'm not really educated when it comes to issues surrounding "gangstah life".
Here Goes:


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Wake Up And Live...

This is my response to a recent criticism of my “point-of-view” approach in my novel Ladyfingers


'An Insight Into Black America'
"You give me this advantage," Baldwin once wrote to his white audience. "Whereas you never had to look at me — because you've sealed me away along with sin and hell and death —  Read More 
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Racism Reflects Historical Precision In France

A word of advice to American Blacks in France. Don’t let Africans bait you with issues of racism in France. If you are an American and Black in France, confronted with this bait, I suggest you resist the temptation to discuss something we are entirely unqualified to discuss.
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