The Year Santa Came
My mind is filled with creative craziness. One of those creative ideas is for a short story that involves a deviant dressed as Santa Claus who breaks into a woman’s home with the intent to harm her.
He gets the surprise of his life when she turns out to be a pistol toting bad-ass that puts him in his place. The story would end with her making him perform “oral sex” on the pistol before she fires it in his mouth killing him.
The gun “cums” in his mouth.
Ha! I love that ending.
But, I also love the thought of someone like the guy you see above coming to my house for Christmas.
This year I really really need it.
All You Need For Christmas Are These Books
This past weekend I was informed that my book, Keep Your Panties Up and Your Skirt Down, was being plagiarized along with close to 40 other books (some bestsellers) on Amazon by someone named, Jay Cute.
His or her “business” has been shut down thanks to all the complaints, including mine, but I have a hard time selling my own books these days so I wasn’t worried about him or her making a profit.
It was actually flattering on some demented level.
Anyway, check ’em out!
- The Half Series: When Black People Look White – eBook, less than 50 pages, focuses on my experience as a Black woman raising a biracial/mixed child and the colorism that comes along with it. Features commentary on the children of Michael Jackson along with images and interviews with biracial/mixed people as well as fun facts about celebrities you may not know have Black heritage.
- Keep Your Panties Up and Your Skirt Down: An anthology that includes six erotic tales of safe sex with an emphasis on HIV education. Don’t let the subject matter fool you. This book is hot as well as educational.
Both books are under $10! Get ’em for yourself or someone you love this Christmas!
My Erotica Anthology (Paperback)
My Erotica Anthology – eBook (*Kindle)
The Half Series: When Black People Look White – eBook (*Kindle)
*Anybody can read Kindle books—even without a Kindle device—with the FREE Kindle app for smartphones, tablets and computers.
Q: I’m not normally an unhappy person, but each year during Christmas I feel really alone and depressed. What is my problem?
A: You may be suffering from the “Winter Blues”. If so, I feel for you because I also get a lil’ depressed and very unmotivated during the cold seasons. “They” say there is special lighting for folks like us to use that will give us the feeling of sunlight, but I’m no dummy. If it’s not real sunlight I don’t want it. Besides, I know that it’s cold, wet, and grey outside. I guess our problem is that we live in Michigan and not Florida. We both should consult a physician on this one.
On the other hand, the media at large puts a lot of pressure on us to be joyous and uplifting during this time of year by selling us the perfect family holiday scene in almost every Christmas film that has ever been made. Don’t let this lie fool you; no one has a family like that and if they do it’s not always peachy. I’m not sure what you believe in spiritually or otherwise, but rely on your own brand of faith to get through it. And remember, we only have a few more months of Winter to go!