- LA County, CA, USA
- member since April 20, 2008
VeryMuch’s last login was Wednesday, April 25, 2012.
Hi, would love for you to accept my friend request, I’m the Author of six books about love-romance-life-self-help-strength-spirituality-non-fiction etc. If you are delighted by the poem below maybe you will consider adding my six books to your shelf. All six books are available below, Enjoy. They make great gifts for all occasions and celebrations. Here is a link to my ad in the village voice backstage. http://voi.backpage.com/post/18038741/d71c3290
This link goes to my dream board on Oprah’s website
I Love you
I love you to the moon
I love you to the end of the planets.
I love you till there's no love in the equator
I love you knowing nothing could be greater
I will love you from now until decades later.
Let me love you now not later
let me love you to
without worries, fears or cares.
Allow me to love you
until you care
Open up-heal from old wounds
that you start to share.
Our love is genuine-it can't compare.
Now your love has opened
like a brand new gift on Christmas
See what happens when you allow
someone to love you.
Please visit my website and sign the black guest book http://alejabennett.com
with your comments if you like the poem. Thanks below are links to buy
Enjoy these at a low price for the holidays!
http://www.createspace.com/3500731 $12.99 Full Color!
I enjoyed doing “Boo” k. If I do it again next year then I’ve come up with some ideas to improve upon it.
So, what thick book has gotten you all wrapped up in it? Is it good so far or do you feel like chucking it for another book?
I’m spending time brushing up on some cardiac reading while at the same time hoping to complete my personal challenge of reading 50 books by the end of this year. If I don’t make it then at least I’ll get pretty close. The real challenge is finding time to keep up that pace year after year.
I wanted to apologize to any of my friends here on Shelfari who got the impression that my Halloween "BOO"k was spam. I really did not intend for it to be perceived that way. If I could put a smile or brighten someone's day with a simple gesture, then I would do it in a heart beat (espeacially, considering the times that we live in now).
I hope you all have fun this Halloween because I know I enjoy the heck out of it! :)
The air is cool, the season fall,
Soon Halloween will come to all.
The spooks are after things to do
In fact, a spook brought this to you.
The treat that came in encrypted code
Is yours to keep so enjoy it all.
“BOO”K is a shield from the witching hour
Just replace your personal icon
With a “BOO” or “BOO”K for power.
The power comes when friends like you
Who will copy this and make it TWO.
Then others here among our friends
Will give warm fuzzy reads that are sure to end.
We’ll all have smiles upon our faces
Because we will know who “BOO”Ked
On our personal web spaces.
Just one short day to work your spell or ghouls and goblins will drag you to hell.
And don’t forget the electronic treat
That someone can turn into something SWEET!
Please join the fun, let’s really hear it
And spread some “BOO”Ks and Halloween spirit.
Please check your email account that is linked with your Shelfari account for your “BOO”K egift!
Clearly I still don't know how Shelfari functions. Charge it to my head and not my heart. I just read you message. I was on a non-fiction kick last year. My favorite book from late last year/early this year was Slavery By Another Name. I liked that a white journalist wrote it because you read enough perspectives on Black America in the early 20th century and you take notice of the distinctly black emotional identity of the author- if that makes sense. On the other hand, this book was different in that the author was earnest in his attempt to answer the question that most white people are too PC to ask (aloud): why haven't black people progressed more since slavery ended in the 1800's?
I also liked Piece of Cake. It comes of as a rags to riches autobiography, but interesting nonetheless.
As far as fiction, I enjoyed Kindred. Octavia Butler's imagery gets to me.