Are you looking for an excellent book with multiple short stories? Well, check out the new anthology “Single Mama Dating Drama.”
Authors – Cherritta L. Smith ~ Denise Anquenette ~ Patricia A. Bridewell ~ Trina Charles Tomeka Farley Daugherty ~ Monica Lynne Foster ~ Princess F.L. Gooden ~ Candice Y. Johnson Sonia Johnson ~ Michelle Cornwell-Jordan ~ Charlie Marcol ~ Michelle Mitchell Dwon D. Moss ~ Jasmyne K. Rogers ~ Michelle Lynn Stephens ~ Kimberly D. Taylor Leiann B. Wrytes
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Single Mama dating! It doesn’t get any more complicated than that. How can you find love when you have a career and kids? Where can you find that love connection? Is he on-line, in church, standing in front of the grapefruit in the grocery store? In these hilarious and heart-warming stories, you’ll find single moms finding love in the most interesting of places, all while steering clear of the crazies, the lazies and definitely, the shadies.
In Single Mama Dating Drama, seventeen talented writers share fictional stories about the woes, pitfalls, and joys of dating while raising kids. From Monica Lynne Foster’s explosive tale of an ex who fights for custody of his child while fighting to gain his ex-wife back from her newfound love…to Dwon D. Moss’ hilarious Internet dating spin on a widow who runs into a holy roller, a pretty boy and a liar….to Candice Y. Johnson’s laugh-out-loud take on a mama whose baby girl prophetically dismisses all of her potential suitors…to Denise Anquenette’s story of how one woman’s attempt to take back control of her life strains the bonds and boundaries of her relationship with her children…..to Michelle Mitchell’s sticky tale of a woman who meets her mate at a sperm bank…. these captivating stories are sure to make you laugh, shake your head, clutch your pearls, and cheer for these mamas and all their dating drama!
Here is a snippet of my story – “ I Got My Mojo Working”
Single and looking” is past tense after singer Mojo serenades his way into Laila’s heart. Their similar interests in music and another shot at love draw them closer. Until their busybody teens start plotting to keep them apart. Will their relationship flourish? Or will their kids’ mischief ruin a budding romance?