Nookie

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Art Official Media LLC, Jul 1, 2009 - Fiction - 169 pages
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Eighteen-year-old Joy was a naive girl who found something else to fill the void in her life left by a broken heart and her parents death. Going purely off of instinct, she survives using what she discovers is the key to getting what she wants: the power of Nookie.

She becomes far removed from the downside of her life that left her stranded when things start to look up. Suddenly, she s able to live her life like a queen, with no worries.

But will life in the fast lane leave her set for life, or will it all end before her nineteenth birthday?

 

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Contents

Chapter 1
7
Chapter 2
16
Chapter 3
25
Chapter 4
31
Chapter 5
39
Chapter 6
45
Chapter 7
52
Chapter 8
56
Chapter 15
89
Chapter 16
92
Chapter 17
95
Chapter 18
102
Chapter 19
107
Chapter 20
110
Chapter 21
115
Chapter 22
120

Chapter 9
59
Chapter 10
67
Chapter 11
75
Chapter 12
78
Chapter 13
81
Chapter 14
86
Chapter 23
126
Chapter 24
133
Chapter 25
141
Chapter 26
150
Chapter 27
154
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About the author (2009)

Anieshea Dansby is in her twenties and resides in Philadelphia, PA. Currently she is working on her next novel "Ill Na Na," scheduled for release fall of 2010.

Q.B. Wells is the publisher of Art Official Media LLC and an author living in Baltimore City, Maryland. He has written books (Blackface, Doughboy), book reviews, articles and essays about urban literature and culture for The Urban Book Source, Urbania Magazine and www.UrbaniaMag.com. A member of the Independent Book Publishers Association, Q.B. Wells presents workshops on publishing at local community centers and organizations. A visionary and entrepreneur, Q.B. Wells taught with the Baltimore City Public School System for several years before transitioning into teaching writing classes at Towson University. One Hundred Miles and Running (Blackface 2) is his second novel.

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