DJ GATSBY BOOK CLUB: “Books Of The Month” For March 2014

 

“This months books will both captivate & amuse you. The stories and the poetry found between the pages of these book have been crafted to satisfy your thirst for a stimulating read. We hope you  enjoy these selections as much as we did.”

DJ Gatsby Book Club

BLOG TALK BANNERTil Death Do Us Part By Lisa McKenzie

pizap.com13963221999495A tale of heartache, love and lust. This roller coaster of multiple love affairs will keep you engrossed in this powerful love saga.

Out Of Work By Chris Henry

pizap.com13963171156931This is a story about a guy who settled in a position at Allen Shields. After a few years of ass kissing, he got a big promotion that placed him right at the top, except now he’s managing a warehouse full of people who hates his guts. As a result, Lionel changed overnight and became the meanest boss anyone could ever work for. Even Lionel’s wife could see a change in him. Sheila wasn’t happy with the person that he became, nevertheless, she continued to support him. Hate from his employees grew by the day and it didn’t take long for Lionel to realize that working as a Plant Manager wasn’t what he expected.t

Until Tomorrow Comes by LaDonna Marie

pizap.com13963217953093Author LaDonna Marie wants to introduce through her poetry a journey of growth and awareness with different life experiences. She shares her poetry in efforts to spark reflections and enlighten the reader on your own journey as well. Look inside and answer these questions. Are you feeling lost in some areas of your life? Are you on the verge of giving up? Are you seeking to become stronger and independent? Are you seeking a deeper connection in your spirituality? In answering these questions you may find some come instantly and some may take time. So Until Tomorrow Comes let’s approach each a day with a positive outlook while finding yourself.

The Island Love Song (An Erotic Romance)by Elva NelsonHayes

pizap.com13963198629912Skye has spent the last ten years of her life dedicated to propelling her fashion designing career and putting all three of her daughter through college singlehandedly. Thinking herself to be too busy building her career to have time to dedicate to a real relationship, she fell into the pattern of having shallow relationships that usually ended in disappointment. She finds herself heartbroken and sexually frustrated by her last attempt at a relationship. When she winds up on a tropical island with her attentive, sexy, but plutonic friend, Cleveland, this PG rated friendship gets hotter that the Fourth of July in Georgia.

Lynn’s Angels: The True Story of E. Lynn Harris and the Women Who Loved Him [Kindle Edition with Audio/Video] Vanessa D. Gilmore 

pizap.com13963219344744Lynn’s Angels: The True Story of E. Lynn Harris and the Women Who Loved Him tells the remarkable story of more than thirty years of friendship between the late author E. Lynn Harris and the five women who comprised the family that he invented for himself that he called Lynn’s Angels. These women were with him as he struggled with his own identity, during his darkest days, as he began to be true to himself, as he found his voice, as he climbed the ladder of success, when he found love, as he reached the pinnacle of his career and sadly, as he left this earth. Through a series of personal accounts, letters and pictures, the stories in this book reveal a side of E. Lynn Harris that the public rarely saw: friend, uncle, father, son, fraternity brother and fanatical Razorback fan. Ultimately, it shows that what really makes a family is love.

Even for those who are not familiar with E. Lynn Harris, this book touches on the universal concept of voluntary kinship and can help others appreciate the significance of their own invented families. Lynn’s Angels will motivate readers to create lasting records of their own legacies of friendship and love with the people who chose to become their angels.

*All of the books featured this month are available @ Amazon.Com

 

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