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Book-of-the-Day; 'Hotter than Helen' by Susan Wingate http://ow.ly/i/5lP2X
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Overview
Running a diner isn't always a piece of cake. Now, operating Bobby's Diner with Roberta, Georgette Carlisle's old friend, Helen, comes back to town. Once again, Helen is attracted to Georgette's man. But Hawthorn Biggs isn't what he proclaims to be. When Helen goes missing, Georgette and Roberta jump into action. After braving separation, torture and near death, all seems lost.
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'The Oracle' by Korede Abayomi
Overview

Olusegun is talented, handsome, and very radical. He is both the American Pride and America Nightmare. He is a Poet, an African prince, and a revolutionist. But there is something about Olusegun that you don't know. Just listen to his identical son tell it. 
This is a story of tradition and divination, based on a young man's upbringing in the new world as foretold and retold by a multitude of poems that fully narrates his life. Over 105 original poems included, and two chapters of intense story-telling.
This book is part of the Kindle MatchBook Program, which means that if you buy a new print edition of this book (or purchased one in the past), you can buy the Kindle edition for FREE. A print edition must be purchased through Amazon to eligible for the free Kindle eBook. 

Excerpt from 'The Oracle'. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.
Chapter 1
Remembering Olusegun

# # #
As years passed after that faithful event, my father became more absent from my mother and I - coming home to visit only on special occasions. My mother (an American native like myself) was also becoming unstable with my demeanor.
“You stubborn little child! God I don’t know what to think of you!”
Many shouting like this became constant from my mother’s mouth during my upbringing, but many times I simply shut my ears from her outcries and tune my brain to something else. At times I’d lock and isolate myself in my room with a portable tape player to escape her punishments, and my mind would sway back to the many tales my father often tells whenever he stopped by.
“Son, I’m gonna teach you the understanding of the kings, because the world is a confuse and angry place/ I’m gonna give you the composure of a leader, and show you the nature of deceits to better understand what are true in this world/ I’m willing to guide you through the patterns of life so it’ll be easier and clearer to you before your manhood/ You understand?”
“Yes sir,” I responded.
“In order to understand anything in this world you must first have the knowledge of things/ because knowledge is everything/ Agree?”
“Yes sir, I agree.”
I was in my minor years at this time, and he used these keyed dialogues to convey his teaching.
“What are the undertones of knowledge?” he asked me.
“Discipline, education and experience,” I responded.
“Before life can be whole, understanding must first be set. Agree?”
“Understanding?”
Now, before this dialogues drag on into oblivion you must first understand the exacting tones my father uses with his quoting. These annotating and mythical dialects fascinated me immensely at that younger age. I was hooked, and he knew it. Not only did he teach me the riddles of life, but he also taught me the methods to the other peculiar things I had pondered about; something like, how to woo a lady.
“Women are the most beautiful thing in the world. They possess the portals of life, and for these reasons you must always respect them,” he said. “Every female carries an extra sensory organ call ‘tender’ emotion. If you can master how to pinch and control that sensory with respect and patience, then you can woo just about any woman.”
Father had taught me many things, but the most interesting ones to me are the tales of his fanciful past, his life stories.
“Son, do you know the relationship between wealth and power?”
“No…, yes,” I stuttered.
“Business and control,” he replied. “The wealthy ones rule, and their trusty friends serve their commands,” he explained. Then, as if driving toward a point, he continued, “In any business, exploitation is the most rewarding gain. But to be successful in anything, you must first be mentally smart and active/ To achieve is to be active. Agree?”
“Yes sir.”
“A man of wealth and power can save many, while a man of no wealth can mostly and only save his own/ In this world of debts and dues the only thing most men look up to is his own survival.”
“Father, is this the same as when you told me that a man’s honor can be measure by his worth?”
“Yes. His worth and his words,” he said.

However unorthodox my father’s queries may be, his telling at the end always strikes a core. A great philosopher of his time, my father tried everything to make me understand poetry and his tribal proverbs, ‘the rhythms of life,’ as he referred to them. Raised by the same intellectual means, he explained to me that many of his quoting were words recited to him by his own father (a tribal king) when he was growing up.
I however have a different opinion about my father’s way. I considered him to be an hypocrite, simply because he didn’t practice what he preached, not visibly anyway. He was constantly absent, but I still respected him. He was a radical poet who had made a strong and prolific name for himself during the black civil right movement in the 1960’s and through the 70’s. He was an accomplished poet, who later converted to illicit activities for pleasures and gain. But to fully understand his erratic ways you must first understand his life, just like he himself once quoted to me; “To fully understand a man’s way, you’ll need to know his deeds. There’s a lot to tell about a man, but only few can be told.”
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Another Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.

                     Poetry,

                            the retriever of fate and rhymes

                            of things, amongst us.

                            It translate languages, and transcend

                            messages to make us aware of

                            all things amongst us.

                            It bring forth the solvable

                            fate of our environment,

                            and the atmospheric world of

                                  understanding.

                            A true lawyer of the universe,

                            using philosophy as language,

                            and logical thinking as prose.

                                                 by Korede Abayomi (The Oracle)

'The Oracle' is the second published book by Korede Abayomi. This novel is a combination of a very well-written short story, followed by the insightful poems (the artistic moods) that inspire the moments within the story.
This book is part of the Kindle MatchBook Program, which means that if you buy a new print edition of this book (or purchased one in the past), you can buy the Kindle edition for FREE. A print edition must be purchased through Amazon to eligible for the free Kindle eBook.

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