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  • Honey Lou Abelgas

    A guide to the modern woman on finding the rules to living a sweet life by being fierce, confident and by believing in your self. Hoping to help inspire woman and men on finding inner peace, trusting your intuition and going after what you want. You will be taken on a spiritual journey onto different ways of looking at life. A series of life stories that will help find meaning to life, motivate those who want to give up and inspire others to always do better. It gives you insights on friendships, love, spirituality and...read more

  • Michael K. Honey

    More than fifty years ago an assassin's bullet robbed us of one of the most eloquent voices for twentieth-century human rights and justice. Drawing on a new generation of scholarship about the civil rights era, To the Promised Land goes beyond the iconic view of King as an advocate of racial harmony to explore his profound commitment to the poor and working class, and his call for 'nonviolent resistance' to all forms of oppression, including economic injustice. Phase one of that struggle led to the Civil Rights and Voting Rights Acts. In phase two, King organized poor people and demonstrated for union rights, while seeking a 'moral revolution' to replace the self-seeking individualism of...read more

  • James A Honey

    In the Early settler days, the British did more than go to war. Many found the local folklore and beliefs fascinating, and collected them together. This is one of the first explorations of South African folk tales. Come now for stories of the naughty Jackal as he tricks Lion and Leopard, or how Tortoise shows his great cunning. Of Hare and Heron and Wildebeest, and all the other majestic creatures that roam the savannah and jungles. Book versions include images of South African animals central to the stories told...read more

  • Honey

    In Honey's debut novel, a man must learn how to cope with his wife's heroine addiction while raising two daughters and being the mayor of Atlanta. Atlanta's mayor, The Honorable Josiah J. Bishop, has an addiction to his wife, Mink, that is just as powerful as her toxic love affair with heroin. As her life spirals out of control due to her obsession with the needle, his love and devotion to her is slowly shredding his soul into tiny pieces. But he just can't let her go. The brotha's loyalty to the love of his life and the mother of his two young, adorable daughters is deeper than any ocean. No matter how far Mink drags Josiah down into the murkiness of drugs, booze, and danger on the streets...read more

  • Honey

    She was chasing a sexual fantasy, and he was just plain curious. Her dream to explore the land of chocolate matched his longtime need to know if there was truly magic in the snow. Future attorneys Tyson Maxwell Junior and Mallorie Whitaker meet merely by happenstance. His secret life as a private 'entertainer' thrusts him into her path when he's hired to perform at her friend's bachelorette party. It's lust at first sight for the prim and proper Southern belle of wealth, but Tyson sees her as a sexual experiment that could possibly be the answer to his million-dollar question. Mallorie has always been considered the black sheep of her very affluent family. Often breaking rules, the one...read more

  • Honey

    Blood isn't always thicker than water, especially in matters concerning love, lust, and passion. Family ties no longer bind the once close King siblings, Zach and Jay. Their desire for the same woman transforms them from loving brother and sister to bitter arch rivals. Jamaican beauty Jillian Bessette is Jay's lover, but Zach's uncontrollable yearning to have her overpowers him, causing him to commit the ultimate act of betrayal against his flesh and blood. For his sin, Jay orders a hit on her brother, but her plan for revenge backfires, and she is exposed. Her only way to avoid justice is to flee. In exile, Jay's hatred and resentment for Zach and Jill consumes her every waking moment....read more

  • Honey March

    They are the Blue Cagers the descendants of the Great Old Saritama the Samurai Six of all. Their purpose to protect ordinary people from the enemy. Their chief enemy, the Pillager, is controlling and manipulating evil men and woman against the bloodline of one of the Seven Samurai who has been his defeat a thousand and five hundred years ago. Only this time, the war has moved to the Unseen Realm and the power of old lives in Takers who fought day and night against Zons.  Ultimately, the story of three siblings against all odds. And in the centre of it, the story of two sisters, but first they have to face dark moments before they stand by each other.  Akemi, the younger sister,...read more

  • Honey March

    Takers to save humanity.  Zons to destroy humanity.  There can never be reconciliation between these two worlds.  You either on one side, or the other, but never both.  But, now, a weird trend of evil has arisen.  After what has happened with Hikami Souri, does it really do them good? Or will it incur wrath upon them... In fact, incur wrath directly at them it did! Because there is an evil man attacking them in disguised trying to bring them down now for reasons unknown.  In the midst of all these are three siblings;  Mizuki, the eldest sister, struggles hopelessly to release her grasp over Akemi, the treasure and dearest of the family. Hiroshi, the...read more

  • Honey March

    The drama of five sisters. Dark Comedy. Dark Contemporary.  It's a story revolving around Inah, the youngest of the Jung family, but from a different mother.  And her half-sisters or should be labelled evil stepsisters: Kyulkyung has no point of reference on how to love or be a good older sister to her younger siblings by the lack of parenting she received. Sunyoung, torn between her loyalty to Kyulkyung, the eldest, and affection to the youngest, Inah. Yoojin has long let herself be aloft in the air to run from her pain and pushed Inah away again and again. Uuyong couldn’t decide between love or hate for Inah, fragmented by her father, torn from her...read more

  • Honey March

    THIS POETRY BOOK CONTAINS 12 POEMS. IT'S A RENDITION GIVEN BY A PERSON DIAGNOSED WITH AN OCD. THE FIRST POEM GOES LIKE THIS, 1 January 2020 First let me wake I think I woke on the wrong side My body has been cramped into a position The sky’s bright The opposite of what I’m feeling But I was sure I felt good yesterday Only today I’m not feeling good No this cannot be happening I just woke Second I shouldn’t have drank It made me depressed every time the next morning I should quit for my mental health I should quit my boyfriend too There’s nothing I want to write in this fifth and six line here But I got to So it’d be...read more

  • Honey March

    Two female former nemesis is forced on a covert assassination project against human trafficking by a Non-Governmental Organization, whose two employees—Anna and Erik—are from two different undercover intelligence agencies and using their advantage as NGO managers for human civil and social humanity respestively, to deploy Knan and Tushkard on.  Knan, a young woman, is a specialist in bullet sound projectiles, so much so she can shoot through a wall and still hit the target dead in the head. She decided to save Tushkard—in their last battle years ago—from falling off the train-top even after Tushkard killed their former mentor, Klian, bloody. In the end—that so...read more

  • Honey March

    The second book after I write a Song to God, a continuation after so many years of the diary. This is a book written in poetry-form that details the confession of a now older female character, who already left her youth age so far behind, with mainly snapshots of her younger days. Day 18729Anyone who might care does not want me with You But You’re all I got You're all I needed from time before You’ve got all my attention In the middle of the dance floor with chaos ensues and pain flying over You are mine, I’m safe inside your fortified city Your strong tower, I run into it and am safe Safe,  A strong word  That was never given me as a child in...read more

  • Honey March

    I write a Song to God is a book written in poetry-form that details the snapshots of a male youth (but represent an overall youngster's rebellion) against the trend of fallen society of the days. They go against the currents in its confession of love and faith to their God. BeginningThe world keeps selling me sex Telling the twenty-twenty years’ available  for anything like who to get in bed with next Pushing the same gender  and the opposite sex Yelling at me to be more tolerant, ignorant to my feelings, chucking down my throat messing my gut and what is real I’m completely  unsatisfied in this jungle of sex-selling living life  like a...read more

  • Honey March

    Written Book in the Perspective of a Father of a Character 24 Years Old Son, Gone. HIS LIFE 24 years a life well lived 24 years a life well loved I have you in my heart I thought that I had gotten used to it, after time passed But it’s always hard and not easy It’s always something new and not same I thought I had gotten a lot more comfortable But there’s always something I feel uncomfortable about  It’s difficult the more I learn about it  It’s the same as life HIS FEAR (LAST MOMENTS) I fear nobody will be able to save me this time In this situation all or no, my mind got lost in the woods, What I need is somebody who...read more