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This won’t take long, I promise not to hold you up. Being the primary caregiver behind OEBooks I want to be sure a few facts are clear.

Foremost, I SUPPORT AUTHORS. While I do not read unfinished or unsolicited manuscripts, I do read and review other books. In those reviews I strive to provide not only an honest opinion, but an assessment I hope the author either appreciates, or can use in future work. On very rare occasions, one and one on the way to be exact, have I accepted a book provided by the author, without charge. This is because the best way I find to support authors is by purchasing their books.

Also, just as OEBooks Book Blog suggests, I am as congenial and genuine as people come these days. But I am (at least I hope) human. Like ‘anyone’, I have my work-in-progress side, alongside the ‘this is about as good ‘we’ can get her’ side. But it defeats the purpose of this blog (and my business) to spell out the intricacies of my delicate balance in one small space. That side goes into my work, where I have ample field to inspire, enlighten, and hopefully entertain… where I’m going next.

My work is my pride and joy, which reflects my intentions, ensuring each title finds its niche of readers. I do not push OEBooks on everyone, seeking readers and reviewers from all corners and crevices. I work very hard to put out my best work and get it into the right hands, and before receptive eyes. It is why I can’t thank and appreciate enough those readers who’ve come to me and said, “I just can’t read this,” or “I don’t understand it.” Man, do I really value those readers, as well as those who want a copy before I can get it into print. Of course however, it alarmed me (somewhat) to hear of readers passing out after opening one of my books. This I do not want to happen, and what I toil to avoid.

To alleviate this factor, I’ve posted a synopsis below of each title, related book details, and general suggested reading guidance.

Yes, OEBooks Book Blog is rated PG. In everyday circumstances under affable conditions this is how you’ll see me. On the other hand, OEBooks are primarily for Mature Audiences, perhaps the more serious riddling side of me.

BOOK Details
*Upcoming spring 2011 titles will be available for sale May 2011. My apologies for availability discrepancies you may find on other online sites*

Black Table $15.95
Paperback: 242 pages
Publisher: OSAAT Entertainment; First edition (February 5, 2009)
ISBN-10: 0981825613
ISBN-13: 978-0981825618

Set in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Black Table is a collection of "remember when" family tales. Remember when... Uncle Red with the orange t-top convertible, afro, bell-bottoms and psychedelic platforms came to live with the family that had the father with the Cosby values?... Or remember when the father with the Cosby values accidentally had taken his children to see J-D's Revenge?... Or when teachers had the authority to whip a recalcitrant child's tail?

These sound bytes and many more are pulled from their icebox and thawed each time they come together. A truly delightful, insightful, and humorous treat fit to sauté even the most insatiable appetite appreciating the strength behind family.
Includes mild content. PG-13 - Parental Guidance is Strongly Suggested.

Paperback: 250 pages
Publisher: OSAAT Entertainment; First edition (May 30, 2011)
ISBN-10: 0982715250
ISBN-13: 978-0982715253

Clifford wouldn't say he was a religious man. He didn't run up to people, stopping them mid sentence to remind them he was five-foot/nine, or decent looking, or black, any more than he sat around reminding everyone that he believed in God. In God he trusted people would look at him and assume these things. He would say he was a spiritual man however, even if he didn't put this information on full blast either. But then Cliff was a rare breed, and he also had a major problem. His sister, Meredith, who he called Merda, and grew up loathing has returned home to make his life hell. Cliff is very angry about not only the way his sister treated him growing up, but the flawed character she is. Reminded of her ways when she returns home to the house they must now share (after their deceased mother wills the house to them), the drama and retribution gets turned up full-scale. Cliff has to learn how to forgive, and move on with his life. It's not about his sister, or being a good person that will bring him peace; a paradigm he is forced to learn after meeting a woman he falls in love with.
Includes mild content. PG-13 - Parental Guidance is Strongly Suggested.

GEM: A Collection of Poetry, Short Stories, and a One-Act Stage Play $10.95
Paperback: 176 pages
Publisher: OSAAT Entertainment; First edition (December 5, 2008)
ISBN-10: 0981825605
ISBN-13: 978-0981825601

Includes personal favorites; My Number, I Love Poetry, Atlóta, Seeing is Believing, Someplace Far, de Smokin’ Blur, Talkin’ ‘bout Nothin’, Abyss in Darkness, Plausible, A Plug Out of Some Chick’s Diary, Yes I am, and The Way I See It.
Includes strong content. PG-13 - Parental Guidance is Strongly Suggested.

Paperback: 396 pages
Publisher: OSAAT Entertainment (December 5, 2008)
ISBN-10: 098182563X
ISBN-13: 978-0981825632
*Also Available in Kindle Edition* $6.99

An uncanny look at what happens when a professional counselor, wife, and mother innocently opens the playing field to discover why men cheat. Her lessons learned are so profound and perplex that before long, an educated woman who had taken for granted what she recklessly imagined she knew, finds herself entangled in a cascade of sexual indiscretion so deep that she risks losing her business, friendships, and the people most meaningful to her. Do you think you know why men cheat? Do you really want to know why men cheat? ...or do you prefer to believe otherwise?
This book is about Sexual Indiscretion. Mature Audiences Suggested.

Paperback: 372 pages
Publisher: OSAAT Entertainment; First edition (March 5, 2009)
ISBN-10: 0981825648
ISBN-13: 978-0981825649
*Also Available in Kindle Edition* $6.99

At a time when myths and fantasies supercede pragmatism and reality, Leiatra picks up from where she left off, once again crossing idealistic mores and values to reconcile her marriage and reunite her family. Playing his game, though on her terms, she yet again innocently unravels a myriad of relationship premises to reveal a true seasoned romance, Something Xtra Wild.
Includes strong sexual content and language. Mature Audiences Suggested.

Paperback: 350 pages
Publisher: OSAAT Entertainment; First edition (February 2, 2010)
ISBN-10: 0981825680
ISBN-13: 978-0981825687

This witty novel, following Something Xtra Wild, is built around Leiatra and Blaine making a bet on which one of their children will marry first. The bet is simple. Leiatra wins only if her daughter marries first. If her son, the twin who is now a professional ball player marries first, then Blaine wins. The other twin son struggling through life doesn’t count. Him getting married first would be a draw. Engagements didn’t count. There had to be a chapel, church bells, and a bride and groom. This hair-raising fast-paced tale built around trials and tribulations, in curvaceous detail plays out to the far extreme. Guess who wins the bet?
Includes strong sexual content and language. Mature Audiences Suggested.

Paperback: 275 pages
Publisher: OSAAT Entertainment; First edition (May 30, 2011)
ISBN-10: 0982715218
ISBN-13: 978-0982715215

On the heels of This One I Got Right, this realistic-based romance novel continues the Rhapsody Series in its 4th installment. Twenty-five years steeped in marriage, having triumphed the sexual indiscretions and infidelities, the most difficult of trust breeches to overcome, and Leiatra and Blaine are still trying to figure each other out. Fun and humorous, this pair couldn’t be venerated or serenaded more by a better portrayal of a couple growing together to become one.
Includes strong sexual content and language. Mature Audiences Suggested.

Storytella $15.95
Paperback: 300 pages
Publisher: OSAAT Entertainment; First edition (February 2, 2010)
ISBN-10: 0981825672
ISBN-13: 978-0981825670

Get strapped in for this collection of fictionalized short stories loosely based on real life lessons sharing where some inspiration comes from. - Inspirational, witty, charming, humorous, insightful, and sometimes crass there's a little bit of everything inside.
Includes very strong content. Mature Audiences Suggested.

Tehuelche $17.95/$25.00
Paperback: 250 pages
Publisher: OSAAT Entertainment; First edition (March 25, 2010)
ISBN-10: 0981825656
ISBN-13: 978-0981825656
*Also Available in Hardback*

This novel originated from a dream… dreamt of a small child seeking paradise in a difficult time. Picked up by Indigenous people, this young girl soon desires to leave the camp where she is placed to seek a paradise she imagines, stirring much trouble between the nations and the people who loved and cared for her.

Unearthed from a catacomb secreted over time… “She sees it in them all. They don’t know it, but they too are looking out for that far out place. They make no confessions with their mouths, but it is written all out in the albums they love to read.”

An image as vivid, and haunting, had to be retold and written. Includes very strong content. PG-13 - Parental Guidance is Strongly Suggested.

Paperback: 282 pages
Publisher: OSAAT Entertainment; First edition (February 5, 2009)
ISBN-10: 0981825621
ISBN-13: 978-0981825625

Wanna’ laugh, have fun, and enjoy life? Or how about, are ya’ lookin’ to pick a fight, plot a scheme, take sides, or grumble and gripe but do not nada about it? Maybe not. Perhaps you’re one of the ones who take life seriously, grab it by the horns, make it say “uncle,” and then pat yourself on the back for a job well done. Well, all of that and more takes place in this quirky novella doling out the sarcasm to highlight in chaotic style, workplace frills and ills.

From the workalcoholics to the slackers, the pessimists to the optimists, the opinionated to the accommodating, the troublemakers to the peacekeepers, and the serious to the silliest… Pretty Inside Out leverages those precious resources, People, Products, and Possibilities, and spits them out in a ridiculous fashion, illustrating diversity on its most humorous side.

Be warned in advance however, if you have anything to do; anything at all… such as pulling out your hair until one strand is left, or ringing enough doorbells until you have a down payment to hop on the next shuttle heading off into space, then don’t let this piece get in the way of that certain productivity. But if you’re satiated and looking to nibble on a light snack, over the passionate WoW factor, then perhaps you’ll enjoy this piece. Includes strong content.
PG-13 - Parental Guidance is Strongly Suggested.

Pleasure $17.99
Paperback: 300 pages
Publisher: OSAAT Entertainment; First edition (May 30, 2011)
ISBN-10: 0982715226
ISBN-13: 978-0982715222

Imagine being infatuated by one kiss from a man who you only know of through rumors...and running off to Europe with this man, and a few of his homeboys, on the wingspan of innocence and gratifying erotic promises assured to be had living in a foreign land. That's what these adventurous, but very city Americans do, quickly learning they were not steered wrong. After renting an apartment in a small European town, they seize the opportunity to take full advantage of the spoils that make them scandalously wealthy visitors. At the heart of this intimate love story is what's behind Pleasure, narrated by young Alexandra (aka Pleasure) who takes readers through an intense experience as she grapples trying to get the man she’s fallen in love with to prove his love, revealing what pulls the relationship apart, and what brings them together… a very sensual tale punctuated in graphic detail.
Includes explicit sexual content and language. Mature Audiences Only.

~ RYCJ aka the married twice shoe junkie chocoholic who loves books, writing, comedy, music, children, White Russians & Cosmos... You know... the book flirt.

Comments

  1. As I read, I kept wondering what prompted this post?! Just saying...

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  2. Actually, it's a good question. I'm calling it getting organized. It should've been written a while ago, but I'm a little behind, which puts me further behind putting things here and there instead of in one place;-)

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  3. I'm glad that's the reason! A lot of organization is reorganization once hindsight is engaged!!! It's a little harder to reorganize a blog though!!!

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  4. ~lol... and of course no sooner than I get this post posted I see Amazon accepted me into it's Vine Program...though that will be separate from this blog. Still it's info I need to keep in one place to keep those following aware of.

    I'll be skipping over to your blog in a sec. I see you have a new read up;-)

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  5. OMG Girl!!! You want to interview me! I'm speechless and honored! You can contact me at kathy@bookskidslike.com I look forward to seeing what kind of questions you'll ask!!

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  6. stopping by to catch up on your articles/review or discussions.

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  7. So, I want to read one of your books. Would you recommend one?

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  8. For you Kathy, I recommend Black Table, A Piece of Peace, or perhaps maybe Tehuelche.

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