you cant

You Can’t Handle The Truth:A Woman’s Guide to Finding a Soul Mate Within Herself First- BY DYPHIA A/K/A GEMINI

Ladies why are you always in the club, leaving your man at home or to do
whatever makes him happy? If he’s not complaining about you being gone all the
time, he’s probably not thinking about you or enjoying his freedom to be with
the next chick. As soon as that guy approaches you asking, “Where is your man
and why are you here alone?” you are leaving room for drama. Take care of home
first before the one you return to is empty and you are left alone. If what you
have at home isn’t all that you need, stop playing games and move on. Stop
wasting his time and yours wondering what you can do to make your relationship
better. Your struggle is with yourself because you don’t love and know yourself
enough to understand your own worth. Take a walk with me through this brief
journey and learn how to find a soulmate within yourself first and then the
right man will find you!

back 2 business


**Part 2 picks up right where part 1 left off as Messiah and Red find themselves in the middle of a showdown. After Skid picks up the pieces and straightens out the situation as he normally does, he finds himself struggling with a few decisions of his own. Messiah wonders if starting the business back up is the right thing to do and finds himself in the middle of a tug of war. Braze realizes she wants her baby to have a complete family and is willing to do just about anything to get it. Red starts to wonder if she and he were meant to be while Skid plays his hand. An old flame decides to fight for what’s rightfully hers, Messiah. This sequel is explosive! The Candy Shop brings out the worst in people. Find out who stays afloat in this installment.

taste of


Egypt Roberts is privileged and spoiled living the good life afforded to her by her parents and fiancée. Still living with her mother and father at the age of 24, Egypt wants for nothing and is cared for by her childhood nanny and her father’s wealth. But after the death of her nanny, the lies that crafted her perfect life unravel and cause Egypt’s mental and emotional breakdown. Meet Andrea Atkins, a young girl with a bright future; although her life is a living hell thanks to a mother with substance abuse issues she has hopes of escaping her life after her high school
graduation. But before she can make her escape, Andrea’s world comes crashing down after a business transaction gone wrong is interrupted by her mother. Andrea’s life is flipped upside down and she retreats into silence; protecting the secret of the night her mother was killed. Blakely Hammond is a lost and confused soul with no knowledge of her past or who she is due to suppressed memories. A graduate student with dreams of becoming an author and college professor, she is never able to stay on the straight and narrow because of her best friends’ schemes. After a scheme gone wrong Blakely is landed in jail for a crime she doesn’t remember committing and a best friend that has gone M.I.A. Tragic events lead Egypt, Andrea, and Blakely to the Rose Program at the Rosa Lee Institution for Women and Children where they discover things about themselves and their lives that they never knew were possible. Through individual and group sessions in the Rose Ward, Egypt, Andrea, and Blakely create bonds with one another and the staff while getting a sample of what crazy tastes like…

dead panties


The name of this book, Dead Panties, was chosen because of what happened to the author’s neighbor. The ex-husband of this woman, whenever he argued with her, would take her panties, cut them up, and then throw them in the trash. Dead Panties is also an allusion to the death of the sexual appetite of thousands of women who are violated and murdered by their husbands and lovers. The author says she wrote the book as a way of getting this off her chest and as guidance for young people of both sexes about the dangers of domestic violence, and principally as a way of struggling against the silent violence that permeates homes throughout the world. May this story influence other people to face the fear and embarrassment and tell people what they are suffering or have suffered from their abusers.



“Poems from everyday life, with an everyday person’s thoughts and feelings explored. Life, love, loss, and levity are investigated, with a regular person’s ideas about how to just manage in this chaos called life. Prepare to laugh, cry and examine your ideas about this wonderful world.”
I just finished reading the book and it’s not the kind of book you will only read once. ” Brenda Barry (Redding CA)  |  8 reviewers made a similar statement
There is a poem for every moment, emotion, mood and pretty much subject. ” Love fantasy  |  7 reviewers made a similar statement
I’m glad I picked up this book. ” Sarasmilesagain  |  4 reviewers made a similar statement

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