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Username: Thumper

Post Number: 747
Registered: 01-2004

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Posted on Monday, January 19, 2009 - 12:40 pm:   

Hello All,

Listen, for what I am about to tell yawl, I already know that I should be ashamed of myself, but anyway, I had a wild hair up my butt concerning the condition of my home library. It's a blooming mess! I would go into the room and look at TV and spend a quarter of the time looking at the shelves and thinking I need to get that mess in order. I had books everywhere! I discovered books that I did not know I had. Kenji Jasper books, Brandon Massey books, Mary Monroe books that I have read.

I recently finished a Kenji Jasper book, Snow. Good book, more on that one later. After finishing Snow, I'm in the mood for a hard boiled suspense/mystery novel and my eyes fall on Keith Lee Johnson, Sugar and Spice. And then I see Little Black Girl Lost 2, another Keith Lee Johnson book. I've already started Sugar and Spice and it is just what the doctor ordered. Now, I realize that I've been out of the loop for a few years, so is Keith Lee Johnson still around? Is he still writing? Is there a new book coming out? Tell me something!

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