About the Book You Wouldn’t Know A Good Man If You Saw One! is a liberating story about the challenges and struggles of today's relationships between African American women and men. This story is a rollercoaster of passion, thrills, chills, and humor. It centers on three successful women and their relationships with men and each other. The women in this story compare notes and come to the realization that not only is it hard to find a good man; but also that when it comes down to it, they can't see the forest for the trees, and it has hindered them from recognizing the signs of a good man. This feisty and exhilarating story shares the adventures of dating and life through the eyes of women who are bonded together in their efforts to support one another.
Price: 29.99 USD
"You Wouldn't Know A Good Man If You Saw One! This is a deliberating story about relationship challenges and struggles between African American men and women. This story is a rollercoaster of passion, thrills, chills, and humor. The story centers on three successful African–American women and their struggles with relationships, with men, and with one another. Although, each of these successful women is on their task of seeking a man for themselves after comparing notes they realize that it's not only hard seeking "a good man," the life also has other trials and tribulations to contribute. When it all boils down to it, they grow to understand that it's just plain sightlessness on their part and that has hindered them from recognizing the signs of knowing that they wouldn't say a good man if they saw one. This zesty, exhilarating, and absorbing story shares the adventures of dating, average life through the eyes of three African American women who are bonded together in their efforts to support one another.
Price: 19.95 USD
Times have changed since the Ward Cleaver days! It is now up to you, the parent, to make your family gatherings around the dining table pleasant. Working on your children's mannerisms and proper dining table and social skills etiquette will prove to go a very long way once they become adults. We all know the importance of eating together as a family, yet somehow the day-to-day gets in the way. Most of our afternoons consist of sports practice, dance class, and homework. Gone are the days of leisurely meals, with everyone sharing the story of their day and having a chance to practice proper eating etiquette. Most dinners are on the go, most are in shifts, and most have constant interruptions. Incorporating family dinners at least once a week into your repertoire is the key. Also, it's great for business etiquette development and social skills.
Price: 14.99 USD