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Cause I Can

Pam Osbey

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ISBN 10: 0975266276 / ISBN 13: 9780975266274
Published by Osbey Books, Inc., 2007
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Title: Cause I Can

Publisher: Osbey Books, Inc.

Publication Date: 2007

Book Condition:Good

Edition: 1st Edition.

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Sassy and smart mouthed Joie Campbell has it all, she's a sexy vixen calling the shots. One moment of passion leads to a secret that stays buried deep beneath all her bravado and one drunken moment leads her to an engagement to her stable and sweet boyfriend, Issac. But will the thugalicious Pharrell hold her back when she says "I Do?" Battling her inner demons and the ones around her world, she fights moment to moment as her world spirals out of control. Will she stay the diva she claims she is, or will her world re-define her soul and spirit?

About the Author:

Pam Osbey has an extensive background in musicality and the written and spoken word. She began singing at the early age of 8, and has performed for weddings, talent shows, and special events. As a student at Columbia College, she had the opportunity to perform in a black history program for Senator Julian Bond. Her major poetic influences are Maya Angelou, Nikki Giovanni, and Sonia Sanchez. Her literary influences are Terry McMillan, Alice Walker, and Eric Jerome Dickey just to name a few. Her poetry has been published online at Ebonylove.net, Sisterfriends.com, Rhapsody Publishing, and The Nubian Chronicles. Her poetry has also been published by the Gramblinite and the eXpressions Journal. Her short stories and relationship articles have been published by the Nubian Chronicles and Sisterfriends.com. She has been a contributing writer for Black Romance Magazine and Bronze Thrills, as well as Brown Sugar Lounge. She has been published in many anthologies including, My Soul To His Spirit,100 Words of Wisdom for Women,I Woke Up and Put My Crown On and Songs of Hope. She is the author of ten poetry books including, Musings of a Mocha Sistah, Liquid Kisses and Smoke Signals Osbey s Book, Tears of a Woman:The Light Within,Won BEST BOOK OF THE YEAR by www.blackrefer.com. An anthology her work is highlighted in, Check The Rhyme, recently was nominated for an NAACP literary award under a category that lists Bestseller Zane, Walter Mosley and other prominent African American Writers. Pam Osbey is a poet educator in the Chicago Public School System, and works with several literary organizations in Chicago, including, Poetry Center of Chicago and the Chicago Humanities Festival as well as community based organizations. She lives in Chicago where she is working on her third unpublished novel, Craving In My Belly.

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