Again, it is that time of the year when our great book club, the #RRBC, go all out to support one another.

My location: Los Angeles, CA.

Here’s What I’m Giving Away Today:

*Two($10.00) Amazon Gift Card

*One ($10.00) Starbuck’s Gift Card

*Three (3) e-book copies of Pregnant Future

# of Winners for this stop: 6

Post a Comments and win! Good luck with the prizes


Now, I’d like to introduce you to my new book and my blog!

Pregnant Future

(No One Knows What Tomorrow Will Bring)

A True-Life Memoir

You can also view the trailer here:


Justina was a fighter. And, although it seemed the world had turned against her, and her future was destined for failure … she persevered in the face of it all.

The future thrown in her face differed from the one she’d had dreams of …, and if she wanted to get her feet on the right path, she would have to show the world her strength. But, does she?

Will she have the will to make it to the end, unscarred?

What would you do if you knew what the future had in store for you?

Would you run toward it with open arms, or would you run away and never look back?

Justina must make a choice … before life chooses for her.

Justina is every young woman who has found herself alone in the world to fend for herself. It is the story of the pitfalls that await such a woman. It is the story of survival.

Why I Write Memoirs

Writing my memoirs has proven quite a soul-cleansing experience. Today, I feel completely liberated and free. I have reclaimed myself and own my Soul. I can look the bull in the mouth and still stand my ground. I am me, the person God made me to be! Nothing holds me back, and nothing blocks my way. I have learned the great lessons of life and can only go forward, never backward.


Memoirs, when written without fear, truthfully, and without holding anything back, can offer a cleansing experience. After reading Pregnant Future, my daughter said to me, “Mom, you now look human.”

“Why’s that?” I asked.

“I always saw you as that perfect, never-do-wrong type of person. If I had known all this when I went through my growing up pains, I would have acted differently.”

“You think?” I smiled.

This is because I believe that each person must go through their growing up pains to truly grow up. I didn’t tell her that, but it is the truth. The lessons of telling it all in a memoir show that no matter what one goes through in life, there’s always light at the end of the tunnel.


Once again, thanks for stopping by and don’t forget to share your thoughts and comments at the bottom of this post. Good luck on winning my giveaways! I’ll see you at the next stop of this awesome BLOCK PARTY!




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