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A Review of Deadly Delivery by Jeanne Adams

Meet Deirdre Shercroft, real estate executive and the occasional holiday delivery girl for her family’s gift basket business. Having recently had a one night stand with Michael Pennington, commercial real estate magnet, Deirdre is left confused as to why he didn’t call although he promised to. Despite it all, thoughts of that one night still fanned flames inside her.
Now a few months later, while delivering Thanksgiving baskets to the wrong apartment, she is forced at gunpoint into a hidden drug operation. Taken aback, she is thrust into a hostage situation that has brought her face-to-face with Michael Pennington and his young son.
In such a deadly situation where the meth dealers threaten to blow up the building, the two lovers realize that communications were sent but were never received. Furthermore, they share they both felt the same way about each other. Fortunate to see each other again, they must use their wits and cunningness to escape and get a second chance together.
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Interview with LaDonna Smith, Author of I Married Satan

Author Bio: Ms. Smith is a native of Fairmont Heights, MD and a graduate of Prince George’s Community College. She also attended Bowie State University. A talented writer, LaDonna has worked with The Dr. Michael Eric Dyson Show (WEAA), The Bernie McCain Show (WOL/WOLB), Justine Love Sex Talk and Slow Jams(WPGC), Community Affairswith David Haynes (WPGC). She is also the former Events Coordinator and Board Member on the Board of Directors for the Black Writer’s Guild of Maryland, Inc., President and Vice President of the Maryland Writer's Association (Baltimore Chapter),and a member of the Maryland Business Roundtable Speaker’s Bureau
Her book, “I Married Satan” has also been listed on Essence Magazine’s She is also the former Editor and Founder of G.R.A.Y. Magazine,  G.R.A.Y. TV ShowThe Owner's Roundtable Report with LaDonna radio show – returning soon! In 2015 LaDonna released the exciting info-tainment follow up to “I Married Satan” called “Oh! Is That Wh…

Interview with Selena Haskins, Author of Yesterday Was a Long Time Ago

Author’s Bio:Selena Haskins is the author of three best-sellers on Amazon: A River Moves Forward, Riding the Waves, and Just Between Us-Inspiring Stories by Women. As a native Washingtonian, Selena explores the dynamics of urban family life and romance in her books. Selena’s love for reading and writing started at the tender age of nine. Selena’s two greatest loves are God and family, and she uses both as a vehicle to convey the human spirit, and the beauty of the world around her. Her latest project is, Yesterday Was a Long Time Ago.
What inspired you to write your book? SH: My inspiration to write this book is loosely-based on my college experiences.
Is there any particular author or book that influenced you in any way either growing up or as an adult? SH: Growing up I loved reading Judy Blume’s books. As an adult, I love contemporary fiction authors who set the perfect example of good storytelling. They include: Connie Briscoe, Terry McMillan, Margaret Johnson-Hodge, Omar Tyree, Ca…