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Beverly Jenkins’s New Book: A Wish and a Prayer, Releasing April 10th #motownlit #michlit #mwn
Beverly Jenkins’s New Book
Releasing on April 10, 2012
A Wish and a Prayer: A Blessings Novel
A Wish and a Prayer: A Blessings Novel
Beverly Jenkins
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Anyone worried that living in a small town could be boring certainly hasn’t lived in Henry Adams, Kansas. From the wealthy divorcÉe who saved this historic town founded by freed slaves to the romantic entanglements that have set tongues wagging and hearts fluttering (and everything in between), … Read More
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Eblast: Bradley Fowler, Author of 3 Books to help his plight to ban inequality

Equality Belongs To All Regardless of Religious Beliefs

A detailed look at religious lore


         A riveting novel 

   An LGBT Empowerment Guide            



(Accord, Hernandez-Montiel v. I.N.S. (9th Cir. 2000) 225 F. 3d 1084, 1093 ["Sexual orientation and sexual identity...are so fundamental to one's identity that a person should not be required to abandon them."];Egan v. Canada, supra, 2 S.C.R. 513, 528 ["whether or not sexual orientation is based on biological or physiological factors, which may be a matter of some controversy, it is a deeply personal characteristic that is either unchangeable or changeable only at unacceptable personal costs"].)

     Even more, many religious followers neglect to understand the power the Executive, Legislative, and Judicial branches have over their individual religious beliefs; and because of this, America continues to grow divided on such issues as equality for same-sex couples. However, 2 Corinthians 8:14 instructs: ...but by equality, that now at this time your abundance may be a supply for their want, that their abundance also may be a supply for your want; that there may be equality… 

     As a result, author B.L. Fowler has not only compiled some thought-provoking evidence that deserves analyzing. But this Universal Life Church Monastery ordained minister  and certified paralegal has spent the last five years, feverishly developing an astounding journey, which proves the Scriptures still have purpose in today’s society.

After all, Matthew 22:29 instructs: Ye err not knowing the Scriptures or the power of God. 

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Also, author B. L. Fowler has written Why Homosexuals Deserve Equality Rights-An Empowerment Guide. This enthralling guide is packed with case law from the Supreme Court, Constitutional law, Christian scripture that supports equality for all, regardless of sexual orientation; and, personal testimony from “Survivor” Series winner- Richard Hatch,and Penn State College Professor Mel See Sholtz.        

We Err Not Knowing Or Studying The Scriptures Matthew 22:29 by B.L. Fowler (Kindle Edition - Nov 16, 2011) - Kindle eBook
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The One: A NovelThe One by Cheryl Robinson – On sale today – enter The 14 Days of Valentines Contest

A fateful encounter with a savvy young producer lands aspiring writer Olena Day the role of America’s bachelorette on the new reality show The One. There are just two problems: Olena despises reality TV, and technically she’s not single. What could she possibly hope to gain? A book deal? But Olena’s made it clear; she won’t resort to the stereotypical antics often portrayed by women on reality TV. But ratings rule and the producers have plans of their own to assure the show’s success—even if it means exposing some of Olena’s long-held and most embarrassing secrets.

Step behind the scenes of the highly competitive and unique world of reality dating shows, in this relationship-driven page-turner that keeps delivering surprises.  To learn more and to enter the 14 Days of Valentines Contest, visit the author’s website:


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MIND ON MONEY: Who Moved My Cheese? via @holla_KGreene #mwn

        Greetings Readers!  My name is Kelly Greene.  I am a former autoworker from Detroit Michigan.  Why former? I look too young to retire.  Did I hit the Lottery?  Did I find the key to financial bliss?  The answer to both questions is no.  The truth is I lost my job due the economy as well as thousands of others in America.  The funny thing about it, I should have been prepared.  Had I took one book seriously, I just might have been.

      About 12 years ago, I was given a book by my girlfriend.  The book was called “Who Moved My Cheese?” by Spencer Johnson.  I read it and cast it to the side as a decent read.  I couldn’t take it seriously.  I was working at American Axle and making good money or “Getting that Cheese” as we say in the hood.  “Cheese” was plentiful then.  I worked 50-60 hrs a week for an automobile company and automobiles are  one of the top 5 inventions of all time.  The world was not going to replace the automobile anytime soon. I was certain that I would have a job for life or at least 30 yrs. I was wrong.  I didn’t factor in that where they made the parts or the automobiles themselves were subject to change.  American Axle moved my Cheese to Mexico 10 yrs after I read that book!  Spencer Johnson was right!  We have to be ready and expect change in both our professional and private lives. Continue reading

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