A NEW BOOK IS BORN IN THE DEN OF JOY NWOSU LO-BAMIJOKO

Author, Joy Nwosu Lo-Bamijoko

Pregnant Future
(No One Knows What Tomorrow Will Bring)

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A True Life Memoir

Book Blurb:

Justina was a fighter. And, although it seemed the world was against her and her future was destined for failure…she persevered in the face of it all.

The future that was being thrown in her face, was not the one she had dreams of…and if she wanted to get her feet on the right path,

She was going to have to show the world her strength. But, does she?

Will she have the will to make it to the end, unscarred?

What would you do if you knew what the future had in store for you ?

Would you run towards it with open arms, or would you run away and never look back ?

Justina must make a choice .. .before life chooses for her

Justina is every young woman who found herself alone…

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When a big Hollywood star, a gorgeous Dom, and a kinky ghost meet at an exclusive sex club in New Orleans sparks fly and the temperature gets scorching hot. The Alpha males will taunt the reluctant sub and test her limits. But how much pleasure can a person endure? Will she break or ask for more?
Join Clara, Sam and Marcel at the best-kept secret in New Orleans – Club Desire. Here’s where celebrities come to indulge in their darkest fantasies. Watch Clara discover her hard limits as wells as you test your own in this exciting short-story.

*** This 8,100-word short is intended for adults only due to its graphic language plus kinky sex scenes involving an alpha Dom, a wicked ghost, and a naughty red-head, lots of sex toys, Domination, submission, and mild…

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The Technical Aspects of Writing Dragons

A Writer's Path

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by Whitney Carter

Writing dragons is a popular topic here at Invisible Ink, and one of my personal favorites. We’ve talked about general tips for writing them and some of the common types, and today I want to look at some of the more technical aspects of writing these mythical creatures. My number one piece of advice when writing dragons – or any other creature, for that matter – though? Ask the writer. ; -)

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The Technical Aspects of Writing Dragons

A Writer's Path

dragon

by Whitney Carter

Writing dragons is a popular topic here at Invisible Ink, and one of my personal favorites. We’ve talked about general tips for writing them and some of the common types, and today I want to look at some of the more technical aspects of writing these mythical creatures. My number one piece of advice when writing dragons – or any other creature, for that matter – though? Ask the writer. ; -)

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