A Vulture’s Bond is a story about loyalty, honor, and respect. These are the qualities instilled into the Reynolds’ clan at birth. Their upbringing details a mission to ensure they maintain a devout duty to uphold the integrity and principles of the family name. This well-bred state of mind provides the five siblings with an alliance built on reliability, trustworthiness, and devotion to one another. At no time do they expect anything to cause a chink in their armor. But that notion is ultimately put to the test. One member of the clan becomes more of a liability than an asset. That transition sets off a chain of events that cast a light so bright that each family member feels it. This inopportune threat seeks to disengage the fortified linked chain solidifying their Vulture’s Bond by reducing the uprightness of their stature. With so much on the line, the question for this clan will ultimately center on whether the morals and values ingrained into their psyche can withstand the pressure, or will the weakness of one drown the ship because of some unforeseen foolishness.
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We’ve either been an active part of a “Situationship” or have a close friend, family member, or acquaintance who is actively participating in one. We promise ourselves that we wouldn’t get involved in a mundane affair of our own, but we indulge anyway. There’s no itinerary for where the “relationship” is headed, we just idle in cruise control. There’s no proper etiquette in dating, in this age of youth, it’s either too fast or too slow, or no commitment base, as too many people are afraid to express what they desire. If it looks like, sounds like, dresses like a relationship- what’s understood does not need to be explained. The motto alone, is enough to sabotage the purest of intentions. Listen, pour a glass of wine, grab your own pen and let these pieces inspire you to let go of a toxic thing, that is not worthy of you.
Dewain Perkins always thought about living a better life, aside from the underworld. But secrets, greed and jealousy crept into his life and caused betrayal and death. He is devastated and becomes delusional, he has no idea who to trust. Dewain cannot rest until he discovers who is behind the fatalities of those close to him and once he finds out who it is, he begins to rally up a few troops to get his revenge.
Vixen Monreaux is an urban fiction authoress and poetess from Dallas. She is currently affiliated with Black Beauty Presents publishing, where she has recently release Baddies Only and Baddies Only 2: Kandy Kisses. She is currently working on one of two poetry pieces, Verses X Vibez: Unfiltered, a collection of her most intimate pieces. She is aiming to pursue writing as a full time career and build her networking movement for underground artists.
Describe yourself in three words.
Creative eccentric and daring.
How old were you when you started writing?
I was still in middle school.
When did you discover that this would be your profession?
At a poetry reading in my living room.
If you had to choose, which writer would you consider a mentor?
My poetry mentor, Queen Lyric.
What are a couple of your all-time favorite books?
“The Sisters of APF” by Zane
“The Family Business” by Carl Weber
“Unconditionally Single” by Mary B Morrison
Do you have a special time to write or how is your day structured?
I work 40 hrs. a week, but if I can get it in at work, I do it and right now
I’m trying a word limit a day for my next piece.
What genre are your books and what draws you to this genre?
Living vicariously through writing, urban fiction
What inspired your latest book and its title? How new ideas sparks up in your mind when you write a book and when you get completely satisfied with output?
I’m anything but a Lil Wayne fan, but he’s got a verse that says, “ I got a sign on my….that says “bad bitches only”. I can literally find inspiration in an abundance of places.
Please describe what the story/book is about.
The main thing is women in a lucrative escort business, because I’ve literally witness woman sell themselves for less. I wanted to write some drama-filled piece that a woman is worth more than she could every really realize. I also wrote about things that happen in all kinds of communities with our women.
Who is your intended audience and why should they read your book?What makes your endeavors unique?
I think everyone deserves a chance in the world of books, If I fail at urban fiction I can still write my poetry. If people read my urban works and then turn around an d read my poetry they’d witness all of me. It’s not just about the money for me, that’s a bonus.
Hez and A’riyah, return to deliver more twists and turns with a touch of crazy. You can’t make someone love you….Or can you? With one man fighting to hold on to a night of passion and another on the hunt to locate his lover and an ex who vows to get revenge, will leave you wondering who will survive? Have things gone a little too far? What once was A’riyah’s way out maybe become her worst nightmare. Prepare to experience All Types of Crazy!!
In a sweeping panorama from the continent-spanning forests of Oz to the dystopian hell that is Pembroke, the Indigo tribe grows as they hire archaeologists to determine why their homeland is uninhabited. They uncover an ancient evil bent on destroying all other sentient life in the universe — one that exterminated cave men and other species on Oz. They also battle evil governments in other universes and establish themselves in a quaint but beautiful timeline.