Golden Nuggets

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It seems that the bush is not coming back anytime soon according to a recent COSMOPOLITAN MAGAZINE survey. Now, I’m not talking about the afro, or any blown out hair do. In case you’re from Mars or someplace other than earth, I’m talking about bushy pubic hair. I don’t mind a little trimming, but for a woman to go completely bare, that’s for the birds. I like to see a forest down there. But that’s just me and obviously, it’s not public opinion. It’s like a jungle sometimes, things are constantly changing, it makes me wonder how I keep up. Wtf. It is what it is. Send me a tweet and let me know what you think.

The survey revealed what men preferred. Ne...

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Do shoes make a woman? IDK. But it’s the first thing that I notice on a woman. It seems every woman I date have a fascination with shoes and even keep them in the original boxes. Women drip like butter at the thought of going shoe shopping. Now, if you have this obsession and want to know why then help is on the way. I found an article that explains why women have a natural attraction to shoes. All I can say…I love it… it is what it is. Keep wearing those sexy shoes… men do notice them. Let me know what you think. Send me a tweet.

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MY 5 STAR Review of BROKEN DREAMS BY MARTHA PEREZ FOLLOW @MARTHAPEREZ0609

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Should you write long or short books and what do readers want? I’ve been writing short copy, texts, books, blogs, articles, etc. for some time now. I figured with so much noise that people wanted information fast and they wanted it now. They wanted to get in and out quickly and be done with it. Recently, I read an excellent article about James Patterson and the process behind his writing. I’ve curated the essence of the article to save you time and shed some light on this intriguing question; Long or short copy, which is better?

I want to thank the writer for the time, dedication, and sacrifice it took to write this article.

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A Woman's Gotta Have It. She wants to hear sweet words from her man every day, not once a year on her birthday.

Ladies, I want to talk to you for a moment. Let me ask you a question. How many times have you listened to a love song, and the lyrics brought you to a place where you always wanted to be, and you wished that you could stay there forever? You’d listen to that song over and over again. The words made you reminisce–think back on some of the happiest times of your life when things were so simple, and you felt so alive. What would you give to have that feeling again? That feeling when you got his number—and stayed up all night talking–texting on the phone. And all the sweet and s...

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My Review The Art Of Social Media by Guy Kawasaki

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Hey, I’m glad you’re here. I don’t have a lot of time but I want to give you a few tips on how to improve your life. Have you ever wondered why it seems like you’re stuck in the same spot? It’s like you know what you should be doing, but for some reason, you can’t do it? You resist change. The secret lies in your daily routine. In order, for things to change, you must change your routine that you do every day. You must interrupt the pattern. If you do the same things every day and expect things to change, that’s insanity. I know that's hard to accept but it's true.

Now listen to what I'm about to say.

Your mind is stuck, like a 16-wheeler truck, that’s st...

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The shocking truth is 59% of high school graduates will never read another book, they have no clue what they're missing. I highly recommend reading the following article and to share it with others. Our great country is slowly slipping into a state of adult illiteracy.

I want to thank all the writers for allowing me to curate their posts, thus expanding their market reach and keeping the articles alive. I would also like to thank them for the time, dedication, and sacrifice it takes to write these magnificent pieces.

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Brilliant, Insightful, and Thought Provoking

My review of Gender in Fiction--A Collaborative Exploration

Can you write effectively in the voice of the opposite sex? Seriously think about that question.

I stumbled across this little gem by pure accident, and I'm glad that I did. The book is a collaboration by seven authors on the topic–does it matter the gender of an author? At least that’s how it started; then it went down side streets and back alleyways that led to some lively and interesting perspectives. I found the book to be educational and informative for any author looking to broaden their horizon on writing fiction; writing male, female characters, dialogue & description, and writing...

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"Being an author is not what I thought--it's so demanding. I thought all I had to do was write and publish a book on Amazon, and people could search and find it. And I could make a lot of money. I know I need more followers, but I just don't have the time. I have a full-time job, family, and I need time to write my books. Plus, I've read many of those how-to-Twitter books, and they didn't help at all."

Nothing's the way you thought until you get in the game. How about that guy or gal who you thought was so fantastic until you stepped into their world. Do you get my point? Anyway, there's never enough time, and there's more competition than ever. One day having a book published on Amazon will be as pop...

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