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A memorable experience
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updated Apr 14, 2017

My experience of the day my Neice was born.

 
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#7 in Memoir
Greater Things
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updated Dec 21, 2016

Greater Things is the story of Kristin, a young girl whose life was turned inside out in an instant, and was given no hope of normalcy. This book follows her journey of accepting her disability, while at the same time trying her hardest to overcome it. It is a raw perspective on everything from how people react differently to her situation; to learning how to navigate in and through an inaccessible world; to just trying to make the best of a crummy situation.  This not a book about falling apart, but rather about making the most of a heartbreaking situation, trusting in God, and waiting for Greater Things.   Please visit www.kristinbeale.com to read more.

 
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Is the new Meninist movement detrimental to the intentions of Feminism?
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updated May 19, 2016

Explores the implications of Meninism and Feminism on modern day society. 

 
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#4 in Music
Love Is Hip Hop
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updated Aug 28, 2017

Hip Hop mogul Russell Simmons dubbed them as the "Ashford & Simpson of Rap". This is the story of Hip Hop's original couple, Spyder D & Sparky D, a Brooklyn, Queens Hip Hop duo that would make an indelible mark in music history in the legendary "Roxanne Wars" in the mid 80's in New York City's rap scene.

 
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The Last Gent
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updated Sep 20, 2016

Please allow me to introduce my recently completed nonfiction book-The Last Gent-a memoir of my experiences as a young Trinidad immigrant man trying to be a true gentleman in today's sexually promiscuous and often very superficial world. My aim is to honestly express how I felt at the time these events unfolded and to provide a therapeutic release for feelings I have kept bottled up. I want the women who were and are so important in my life, and women everywhere, to understand the struggle I and men like me go through in trying to be The Last Gent.

 
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