- charleston, so
- member since May 25, 2008
CHUBBY" is urban fiction, drama, suspense, humor, ghetto, cheating, families in crisis, mystery, horror, love & sex, a could not put down, a must read and brand new. You won't be disapointed! You'll love it! Get ready to laugh, cry, empathize, anticipate and experience the hydraulics!
Change didn't come when her father tried to open her ryes to the wrong choices she would make or when a Madame became her mentor. Or when she married the preacher's son. Not even when she became a crack addict and her girlfriend became the "snake" who CHUBBY thought was the denominator in the death of her child. Change didn't come when she was pilfered for every dime she had or when she tried to commit suicide almost rendering her insane. No, change didn't come to better CHUBBY's life until she came face-to-face with the unspeakable. Not until then was she forced to take a look at her past. Yes, this rude awakening would be the beginning of her sanity and eventually the overall sweet smell of revenge and an entire newfound life.
"CHUBBY" is the gritty soul depiction of the reclamation of an addict's dignity. One can't help but to share her agony and think that she somehow manages to escape from the clutches of her twisted life in the streets of St. Louis.
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Hey everyone. This is Patrice. I am back and better than ever. I see that we all have reading a ball. So I was thinking that maybe we should start a book a month club. I thought it might be cool to bring all of us together one accord as we do our thing. Each month we will read one book together and this book can be any genre can be recommend by any member by the fifteenth of the month before the book talk. So if you want to recommend the book for May I need to have the title by April 15. So since I stared the club I thought that I should chose the first book and the book that I chose was Act Like A Lady, Think Like A Man by Steve Harvey. We will have the discussion on April 6 all day because I know that we all have varies activities to do. So please reply and let me know if you will be predicating. Happy Reading