Tuesday, August 23, 2011

New Book "A Blessing and A Curse" by Andrea Clinton Fall 2011

...And so it was...

Finally, the cover of the 2nd novel in the "Life Knows No Bounds" series is complete. Debuting in the fall 2011, we can all look forward to this next novel to spell out more goodies from life's infamous bag of tricks. If you thought it wasn't easy being cheesy, wait 'til you get a load of Malika, who has the gift of foresight, which some call a blessing and she calls a curse.

Malika doesn't know which way to turn as her life turns and tumbles upside down. After a lifetime of sacrifices for her family, Malika's husband decides to kick her to the curb, along with the children and bills, leaving Malika distraught over her new position in life as a single mother.

Trying to find some refuge, Malika decides to take a vacation to the islands where she meets friends, learns about her gift and gains a new perspective on life, but, to what expense.

Stay tuned as I bring you the 2nd  novel in the "Life Knows No Bounds" series.


I can't believe, we've been praying for Japan and then, we get hit with a quake. A 5.9 earthquake shakes the east coast on many levels. The Epicenter of the quake wasn't even a mile deep, but was felt from NC to NY & RI.

Many were buzzing about the quake on twitter and Facebook, afraid, not knowing what more to expect. Then there were those like me, conspiracy theorist who are watching, eyes wide open just to be sure and on alert that there is nothing else we should be concerned about.

So far a few aftershocks were noted near DC area, however, nothing up north. Tweeters have tweeted that some streets were hectic there in DC and the people were in hysterics in business areas. People are warned to stand under doorways or go under tables in the event of another earthquake. Meanwhile, the rest of us are praying for no surprise aftershocks, while meteorologist report, no tsunami is underway.

To this end, we pray that there will be no need to continue this post, on any level. As we look forward to more pleasant circumstances, and pleasantries.