Category Archives: Books Reviews

Debriefing

In my last blog, I told you about how I was busted in a Walmart parking lot for trafficking in cocaine and then taken to their conclave for questioning. They were trying to get information out of me about my … Continue reading

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I Flipped

I was in a crowded parking lot at Walmart on a typical-for-Miami, hot and humid day. As I opened my SUV to complete a drug deal, suddenly I was surrounded by seven unmarked cars with their silent, flashing lights, and … Continue reading

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“The Very Inspiring Blogger Award”

Joseyphina, thank you for nominating me. I appreciate it very much. And I really believe that everyone on wordpress.com has something special and inspiring to say. Life have given me a lot of valuable lessons, and these phrases are in … Continue reading

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We Broke the Chain

http://onebillionrising.org/livestream/entry/earlier-washington-square-park-new-york-city#.UR_K5Zg4I8I.email “This is my favorite blog” I’ll be back next week JJ One out of three women will be beaten or raped in her lifetime. There’s something terribly wrong with humanity! Fact! We all come from women! Fact! No means … Continue reading

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” The Interesting Blog Award “

First, let me thank Katie Sullivan : http://wp.me/p3oWn1-3V for nominating me for The Interesting Blog Award. As a follower of her blog, I definitely see why she was nominated, and I’m honored she finds my blog interesting as well. For … Continue reading

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Santeria

First and foremost, I respect all religions. What I’m revealing today is only about my own experience. I’m not saying it’s everyone’s experience. My father, like many Cubans, practiced Santeria, which has its roots in Yoruba, a religion that slaves … Continue reading

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“Sunshine Award”

I’m excited and I’m stunned. Another award has come knocking on my door! I would like to thank Spasmostar http://spasmostar.wordpress.com for nominating my blog for The Sunshine Award. I’m truly honored. It really has been an amazing year so far, … Continue reading

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