#BookBlitz “Sneasy the Greasy Babysits Abigail” by Michelle Birdsong, Robin Birdsong

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Kind and gentle Abigail Gold needs a babysitter. In walks Sneasy the
Greasy. He wheezes, he sneezes and his hair is full of greases! But during
an afternoon with Abigail, Sneasy learns the meaning of true friendship,
honesty, and a life free of grease.


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About the Authors

Michelle Birdsong is a songwriter and author, having worked with her late husband Edwin on his albums ‘What it is” and “Super Natural’. Michelle lives in NYC, finding the electric creativity of the city streets mirrors her  neverending imagination. And she loves
collaborating with her daughter.

Robin currently lives in Hawaii, where the endless Summer light fills her daydreams with stories. And she loves working with her Mother.



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#Featured “Claiming Her Heart (Undeniable Love Book 1)” by S. Taylor



Growing up in the aftermath of her mother’s murder, Silver Garner successfully buried her soft, lovable, carefree side under layers of hurt, masked by a G.I. Jane persona. She harnessed her skills to freelance as a security expert and spent her entire adult life as a social recluse, working behind a computer screen and content with her life of solitude—or so she thought.

When Carter Tate finds himself the object of a stalker’s obsession, he agrees to let his business partner’s sister, Silver, work as his personal security. Captivated by her, Carter’s filled with a powerful longing he can’t control and manages to break down the walls of protection she’s erected.

Will Silver have a chance at real happiness, or will the stalker ultimately win in the end?






#Featured “fast” by Millie Belizaire



1. A girl or guy who is quick to engage in sexual activities.
–Oftentimes used to shame. Oftentimes used to blame victims for their own abuse.

After the untimely death of her mother, Caprice Latimore has to move in with her grandmother. At eight years old, life as she knows it is turned upside down. The trauma of losing her mother is made worse with the introduction of Marcel, her grandmother’s adult son who still lives in the home.
Her uncle Marcel takes an inappropriate interest in her that ultimately results in a tragic breaking point for the child. The only silver lining is that shortly after what Caprice calls “that night”, Marcel is booked by local police with a drug possession charge. He’s sentenced to prison for twelve years.

Seven years later, however, Marcel is released on good behavior.

Caprice is now sixteen, still dealing with the emotional scars of the past. But things aren’t like they were before.
Because now she has Shaun Taylor, the boy across the street who will do whatever it takes to make sure no one ever hurts Caprice again.

fast is a standalone that spans twenty years. Separated into three acts, we watch Caprice grow from eight years old to sixteen years old to twenty-eight years old. She gets hurt, she falls in love, she grows, and she just might overcome.

fast is a story written about victims who were made to feel like their abuse was their own fault.
TRIGGER WARNINGS: Child abuse, assault in prisons, mental instability, etc.
Some themes touched upon in this story may trigger you. Please protect your mental health.