View my promo vid user the sales tab in the menu for a republished edition of my book Don’t Let the Bedbugs Bite: One Account of God’s Grace.
Living in the span of time we currently dwell isn’t easy; especially with all the data being thrown at us as well as data being ‘lost’. We are losing our identity moment by moment. Allow this book to take your thoughts on a journey through a portion of my persona. Here is a synopsis written by my publisher, Folio Ave. God bless them. I didn’t make it easy for them. Continue reading
Alicia Renee Polston-Shipe
January 23, 2019
One thing that my personal “true blues” know about me is I will never hesitate to cut someone away from me that I feel I can’t trust. They have either seen it, been victim to it, or have heard the raw emotions in my voice when I have come to them for comforting or consoling. Another thing my “true blues” know about me is if I have it, I have no problem sharing with those around me. Some also know how much fun I can be. Somehow some have gotten the impression that I would go hungry to please another person. Y’all can let that go. Never has been true and never will. In the past I have given too much of my being and been crushed in the process [on-going tragedy of my existence]. I have also spoken out of line, out of turn, enthusiastically, sarcastically, and whatever else. It is what is and it will BE whatever it’s called to BE. My circle is extremely eclectic and I love each of them [though through age it narrows]. I have peeps that are white, brown, Filipino, African-American (since y’all want to be “politically correct” (what an oxy-“MORON”), republican, democrat, don’t care, depressed, anxious, ADHD, and every other label anyone chooses. Here’s the point. I disagree with each and every one of them on a regular basis and we tend to get along fine. The ones that I don’t, I ignore or 👏🏾 clap 👏🏾 back (work in progress). Simple as that. Continue reading
“Through The Valley”
I shocked myself when I created this December 2016. I let go and just went for it. -Alicia R. Shipe-
The question stands before us in the court: “What is your pleasure?” Before we come to a decision, there are a few points of evidence we must look at.