National Black Book Festival

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Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Black women and White men Dating, OH! OH!



Number 18
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Well, I guess it’s on again or maybe the talk will never stop, Black women finding love in the church and in the wrong places. Yesterday I heard on the Michael Baisden show a few women and men commenting on why don’t black women date outside their race. I suggested that they do in a previous blog. Not because there aren’t any good black men, there are. It’s just not enough black men for the growing and increasing number of black women. For every 1 black male, there are 20 to 25 black women. Hey, how can we get to him if the good, bad and really, really ugly (I mean in their heart and soul not looks) get one? Are you going to wait and wait until some black man comes thru, or are you going to take the time and energy to meet other types of men? Are you still looking for the financially secured, buffed body, make love all night long, funny, all his teeth, no medical problems, especially HIV, no baby mama drama or ex-girlfriend who attacks him every time she sees him because he don’t pay no child support or won’t come back to her. Are you looking for a man who can cook and I don’t mean Taco Bell or Kentucky Fried Chicken or the Chinese joint in the hood who fry their chicken until the damn birds outside sing.

Are you looking for a black man with no kids? A black man who loves his mama, but not too much that she controls his life. A black man who does has a job, but not at McDonalds, Wendy’s, Footlocker, Sprint, Verizon or the Chinese joint down the street from his mama’s house. A black man who lives by himself in a nice apartment or owns his own home in a nice neighborhood? A black man who’s not missing any body parts. A black man who doesn’t dig in his nose and bring crap out of it or dig at the other end!! Yuck!! Let’s stop this, I need a good book to read and dream about a good black man or maybe a white man! How about the ones below? There are surely hot and sticky, oh! My!

KARYN LANGHORNE
UNFINISHED BUSINESS - $6.99
DON’T BRING HOME A WHITE BOY: AND OTHER NOTIONS THAT KEEP BLACK WOMEN FROM DATING OUT - $11.99

KHADIJA NASSIF
THE SOJOURNER'S PASSPORT: A BLACK WOMAN'S GUIDE TO HAVING THE LIFE AND LOVE YOUR DESERVE - $5.00

KIMBERLY KAYE TERRY
THE SWEET SPOT - $8.32

MARILYN LEE
NIGHTS OF DESIRE (LONG LINE OF LOVE SERIES) - $9.35
LOVE OUT LOUD (LONG LINE OF LOVE SERIES) - $9.99
This is book two in the Long Line of Love series and here’s an excerpt - As her thirty-first birthday approaches, plain but passionate accountant Benai Peters' romantic prospects improve when she attracts the attention of her best friend's brother-in-law at the wedding rehearsal dinner. The only problem is the handsome Randall Grayhawk mistakenly thinks she belongs to his older brother, the equally handsome but brooding Bancroft. Which means Benai is off limits to all the other Grayhawk brothers unless she can convince Randall that the two of them belong together. The Grayhawk brothers have never vied for the attention of the same woman -- until Randall finds himself falling hard for Benai. Despite his struggles and best intentions, he's reluctantly drawn into a steamy sexual and emotional relationship with her that threatens to destroy his cherished relationship with Bancroft and force the other Grayhawk brothers to take sides.

J. J. MURRAY (Would you believe this is a white guy)
I’M YOUR GIRL - $4.47
I actually read this book last year. Found it while working at the library. The cover got me first (it is a different cover now), so I thought I give it a try. It’s a nice, soft, slow love story of Diane Anderson (black) who falls in love with Jack (White). More importantly, how they met and connected, which I think is the best part. It is a little slow and a little boring at the beginning. Hang in there though. You never know what can happen until you jump. So, jump when you can, but be careful.

Now, if the books don’t convince you, then buy or rent the movie, “Something New” with Sanaa Lathan and Simon Baker. The love scene alone will make you think.