No ... not a new book, but a new Web site to add to our total.
The new site is called Cyber Read.
So now to list the places where AIJAN's eBook can be found it's just a matter of your shopping preference:
Wednesday, September 20, 2006
No ... not a new book, but a new Web site to add to our total.
Posted by D.S. White at 11:35 AM
Sunday, August 27, 2006
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Posted by D.S. White at 9:39 AM
Tuesday, August 15, 2006
Articles, Essays and Short Stories of a Bipolar Abuse Survivor.
In conjunction with the Community Web site Dee411. The author issues an encouraging message to survivors and those in abusive situations.
It not a new story it has been told time and time again and needs to continually be told.
In many cases, silence is considered acceptance therefore macabre acts are continually perpetuated throughout America. This is one instance where there are no boundaries of race, gender or social status or financial bracket--abuse knows no boundaries.
Therefore we have to keep the pressure on and PUSH:
Also included is a resource section with hotlines and websites of agencies and organizations that aid the abused.
Posted by D.S. White at 8:42 PM
"Celebrating the Trials, Tribulations and Triumphs in Everyday Life"
In today's climate of rush, rush, hurry, hurry, we seldom take a moment to enjoy the here and now. We seem always to be working an hour ahead, a day ahead, a week ahead and so forth.
With her move from the bustle of New York to the countryside of Pennsylvania, D.S. White was forced to slow down, smell the roses, listen to the crickets and appreciate the authentic smell of nature.
- To learn from what was
- To live in the here and now
- To trust God for her tomorrows.
This book introduces a world outside the parameters of day-to-day life that exists unbeknownst to most. It has its own language, rules and atmosphere. It offers a freedom that can be addictive, exhilarating or dangerous for the uninitiated.
This book is not an attempt to justify or endorse cyber dating, however it may be used as a reference. In the author's humorous style it:
Introduces Internet lingo
Points out common and not so common pitfalls
Reviews several sites
Provides a comprehensive list of dating sites
Offers bonus introductory chapters of Age is Just a Number: Adventures in Online Dating - Volume I; as well as
A resource section for victims of abuse, rape or incest and sufferers of bipolar disorder. (They too inhabit the cyberworld).
"Age is just a number." Is it really that simple?
Divine's journey of self-discovery is an often unbelievable, and at times achingly sad recounting of her shellshock upon reentering the world of dating after a fourteen year absence. On the journey she discovers online dating Web sites, IM, and chat rooms. In her journal, she reveals her bewilderment as she tries to navigate the new "dating rules" that allow twenty year olds to feel emboldened enough to approach thirty-seven year olds with the line "age is just a number."
Over time, her dilemma becomes one of needs versus values, as Divine discovers how far she will push the line before it snaps… or she breaks.Journey with Divine as she encounters the good, the bad, the ugly, the calorically challenged, the mentally challenged, the financially deficient, the spiritually inconsistent, the freaky, the delusional, the lonely and more…
Read an excerpt, check out our reviews and/or our upcoming releases.
Posted by D.S. White at 8:07 PM
Tuesday, July 11, 2006
Have I got a gift for you! A chance to test your Internet savvy and win some books as well.
Fellow author, Trista Russell of EbonyAuthors.com sponsors three separate scavenger hunts. Forty authors, forty books and three chances to win!
The only stipulation, you must join her mailing list in order to participate. So hurry up and join and happy hunting to ya!
July 12th, August 16th, and September 13th
Participants will search the Internet to answer the 20 questions that will be listed below (websites will be provided with the questions) on July 12th and also sent via e-mail in the Ebony Authors newsletter. The first person to return to this webpage and enter all of the correct answers will receive 10 books. The second person will receive 3 books, and the third 2 books. All books are signed and will be mailed directly from the authors. Books titles and authors listed below.
#1 You must be on the ebonyauthors.com mailing list to participate. If not, click here to join!
Scavenger Hunts Book List
- A Dream Come True, by Michael T. Owens
- Age is Just a Number: Adventures in Online Dating, by D.S. White
- Backroom Confessions, by Rose Jackson-Beavers
- Blind Temptations, by Lesley Hal
- Caught Up, by Deatri
- Changing Faces, Changing places, by Sydney Molare
- Daddy's Girl, by Linda D. Wattley
- Devil In The Mist, by Diane Dorce
- Diary of a Street Diva, by Ashley Jaquavis
- Dirt Ball Bad, by Lesley Nowlin
- Dirty Little Secrets, by Joy King
- Every Woman Needs a Wife, by Lissa Woodson
- Fatal Desire, by Jessica Tilles
- Going Broke, by Trista Russell
- How to Get Over Him and Learn From Your Mistakes, by Honilovee
- If I Ruled the World, by Joylynn Jossel
- KARMA, by Hashim Conner
- Lawd Mo Drama, by Tina McKinney
- Love Me Carefully, by A.C. Arthur
- Love, Pleasure and Pain, by Corlis Martin
- Make You Love Me, by Latonya Williams
- Mistaken Identity, by Sylvia Hubbard
- Mode One: Let The Women Know What You're REALLY Thinking, by Alan Roger Currie
- My Invisible Husband, by Shelia Goss
- My Woman His Wife, by Anna J
- Peace In The Storm, by Elissa Gabrielle
- Second Time Shame on Me, by Erica N. Martin
- Sooner or Later, by Cheryl Talley Moss
- The Art of Walking through Fires, by Beverly Welch
- The Mayor's Wife Wore Sapphires, by Marti Tucker
- The Party, by Saundra E. Harris
- The Product, by Marcus A. Parker
- The Rotation, by Jackie Young
- The Roux in the Gumbo, by Kim Robinson
- Two's Enough Three's A Crowd, by Brenda M. Hampton
- When Death Comes a Knockin', by Vanessa Johnson
Posted by D.S. White at 10:58 PM
Saturday, July 08, 2006
So stick with us and hang in there for the ride. But before you go ... here's a poem that we feel expresses what we're about:
There's a new kid on the block
with a voice that really rocks
she's opening closets
and airing out laundry
Me oh my ... now there's the quandry:
Is that relief you feel?
or ever present shame.
because the thing she mentions
is calling out your name
Daring you to work past
the bubble of discomfort
the habitual reticence
that is your very essence.
But wait, she says
Please don't you worry
That discomfort you feel
is only temporary
But the end result
will be oh so rewarding
So embrace disclosure
Battle with forgiveness
As you taste the ambrosia
the elixir of healing
dispensed from the vine
Divine Truth Press
Posted by D.S. White at 12:56 AM