APOOO is hanging out with Rhonda McKnight today. Who would have thought that a group of women who met online 10 years ago, would still be going strong today. Stop by and read our interview to find out what makes us tick. Leave a comment if you stop by.
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On Bernadine Brown’s fifty-second birthday she received an unexpected gift—she caught her husband, Leo, cheating with his secretary. She was hurt—angry, too—but she didn’t cry woe is me. Nope, she hired herself a top-notch lawyer and ended up with a cool $275 million.
Truely Noonan is the quintessential Southern boy made good. Like his older sister, Courtney, Truely left behind the slow, sweet life of Mississippi for jet-set San Francisco, where he earned a fortune as an Internet entrepreneur. Courtney and Truely each find happy marriages–until, as if cursed by success, those marriages start to crumble.
While consoling each other, London and Bernard hastily got on an airplane heading for Las Vegas to try to have some fun and cheer up. They went as friends, but returned to Atlanta as man and wife. Usually what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, but not for them.
In a career that has earned her accolades, honorary degrees, and awards from both fellow poets and everyday poetry lovers, Nikki Giovanni has established herself as a writer who can entertain and challenge, inform and inspire. Sometimes controversial, sometimes ethereal, but always beautiful, her poems move readers of all hues and generations.
Alicia Black Sullivan swore to never repeat her father’s mistakes: she would never break any promises, she would never be unfaithful. And most important of all, when she got married, it would be for good.
Still I Rise is a critically acclaimed work with an impressive scope: the entire history of Black America, told in an accessible graphic-novel form. Updated from its original version—which ended with the Million Man March—it now extends from the early days of colonial slavery right through to Barack Obama’s groundbreaking presidential campaign.
In the weeks before the competition, Veronique decides she is going to find her father on the Internet. Her home life has become unbearable and D’Wayne is looking at her in a less than fatherly way. But is the Internet really the way to go?
The walls are closing in on Starr Avery. An unexpected health crisis sends her into an emotional depression. Everything she’s ever dreamed of is hanging on by a fragile cord that’s ready to snap. Just when she thinks all hope is gone, her salvation is near.
A young woman marries a man who already has a handicap daughter and a tragic car accident forces the woman to have to choose whether or not to save her handicap stepdaughter or her biological daughter. She chooses to save her biological daughter and then tries to keep her decision a secret…but someone saw the entire accident.