- Fort Lee, Ne
- member since October 12, 2008
Kim Osorio’s last login was Thursday, January 13, 2011.
Yeah, "Jackson Family Values" was a trip, wasn't it? I read it years ago when I was taking a plane trip to Cali and needed something to read on the way. I actually found this book in the "Dollar Store". I really enjoyed it. Almost read the whole thing in one day.
We're having a CONTEST!
EVER BEEN BROKE?
In our new book What Doesn't Kill You, the main character, Tee Hodges, loses her job and just about everything else except her mind and her sense of humor. So we're having a contest--tell us your best BROKE STORY! And win prizes!! Visit http://deberryandgrant.com, http://twomindsfull.blogspot.com, http://blog.myspace.com/twomindsfull for contest details!!!!
Sunday, Dec 21 6:10PM-7PM. We're going to be on Blogtalk Radio with our friend and sister author, Donna Hill. If you're free please drop by http://blogtalkradio.com/author-donna-hill at 6:10pm to listen and/or call 347 426-3649 to join in the chat.
Did you know? December is National Buy a Book by Somebody Black and Give it to Somebody Not Black Month? Check out our friend Carleen Brice at http://welcomewhitefolks.blogspot.com/
ENJOY YOUR WEEKEND!
We haven't been reading much these days, but we have been busy writing and counting our many blessings! And we now dates and cities for our Tour for What Doesn't Kill You--which will be released Jan. 6, 2009. Please visit our website: http://deberryandgrant.com/DGTours.html for exact times, locations and for updates. Come and see us if we're in/near your city-and PLEASE spread the word!
I CANT REMEMBER EXACTLY BUT YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO TELL ME. THEY WAS ASKING YOU ABOUT YOU DATING GUYS IN THE MUSIC INDUSTRY AND YOU WAS ANSWERIN THEM AND YOU DIDNT AGREE WITH THEM BECAUSE THEY WAS MAKIN IT TO BE SOMETHING ELSE. YOU DID SAY THAT YOU WENT OUT WITH SOME. DO YOU REMEMBER WHAT IM TALKIN ABOUT?
Hi Kim I'm reading this book right now and I have to say I admire your strength and courage as you worked around all these powerful men who don't recognize the talents of a hard working woman. I'm almost finished and it was a page turner from the very beginning, but I am so glad you stood up for what you believed in, not many people can say that, take care and I wish you the best of luck in whatever you do.