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Salty: A Ghetto Soap Opera ( Episodes 1-3) Kindle Edition

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Length: 722 pages

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  • The Salty series is drama filled and intriguingly rich. Aleta Williams spins a realistic tale that indeed is... Saltier Than Ever--- CA$H author of the urban classic Trust No Man trilogy, Thugs Cry, and Shorty Got A Thug
  • "I read all 3 books I couldn't put my kindle down. " Saleemah

  • This girl is on FIYAH!!! First I have to say I love to see a "Diva" doing the "doggon thang" and that is just what Author Aleta Williams is doing. I have nothing but love for this sistah and her work. She knows how to bring some powerful page turning street drama on through her writings... If you haven't read one of her books... Now Is The Time... I promise you won't be disappointed.
    ~Nita Bee

From the Author

"The hood served me justice as well as heartache and pain. It showed me that when choosing its victim, everybody is fair game!" ~West Coast DivahotPen

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  • File Size: 835 KB
  • Print Length: 722 pages
  • Publisher: Alana's Book Line (December 28, 2013)
  • Publication Date: December 28, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00FW2UPV0
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #27,974 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Bestselling Author of The Salty: A Ghetto Soap Opera, Why Me? and Why Her? series.

Aleta Williams writes to entertain and inspire. She grew up in Watts, California, a small city located in South Central Los Angeles. She currently resides in Seal Beach, California with her husband and three children. Writing for her is a hobby, a stepping stone to get to where God is taking her. She believes, her calling is to become an inspirational/motivational speaker for teens and woman who struggled with an abnormal child hood just as her. At six years old Aleta witnessed her mothers' murder. With no one to help her get through the tragedy she used anger as a defense mechanism to help her deal with hurt, pain, and loneliness. Aleta later joined a gang, which lead her into becoming a teen mother. Aleta, does not believe being a teen parent is the norms and doesn't condone it, but she believes her first born was God way of saving her life. It wasn't until she gave birth to her daughter that the fear of leaving her alone in a world she thought was cruel that she began to change her life around. Aleta finished school. She became a banker for 11yrs, until she took her gift to write as an outlet to enjoy life. Aleta has eleven bestsellers and three collaborations.

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Marissa Palmer on April 6, 2012
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Welcome to the world of jealousy, deceit, and just pure craziness. Jazz is trying her best to live right in her crazy environment, but with family like Yay Yay it is hard. Yay Yay is truly a product of her environment. No one has ever showed her love which has turned her into a bitter person that cares about only Yay Yay. Jazz has also been trying to save herself, will she be able to hold out or will she let surrounding influences break her? She has a choice to make, the bad boy that is no good for her or the good boy who may be as good as he seems. Salty will have your eyes glued to the pages, with hours slipping away without you even noticing. The Diva Aleta has graced us with another hit. Get your copy NOW!!!!
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. Shan on September 13, 2012
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Normally I pass up the chance to write a review, but after reading this trash I HAD to warn unsuspecting readers to stay away from this garbage.

After reading several positive reviews from readers, I decided to give this novel (if you can call it a novel) a chance. Have you ever heard of a "Hood Classic"? Well, this story was 100% hood, but with none of that Classic stuff! Thank the Lord above for Amazon Prime and the Lender's Library (borrowed the book for free). If not for that, I would be demanding an IMMEDIATE REFUND.

I'm not sure if the author hired someone to edit this story. If they did, then that person needs to fired ahora!! This story was FILLED with grammatical blunders, spelling mistakes, and every unforgivable error that shouldn't be found in a work of literature. I'm no Grammer Nazi, but I must say my face is now fixed in a permanent scowl from truding through this awful, awful story. Seriously lady, is it THAT HARD to press the Spell Check button?

Editing issues aside, the story didn't have a consistent flow. Trying to follow this book was like swimming in the Gulf during a tropical storm....you end up getting tossed around with no idea where you came from or where you're headed! This authour is obviously schizophrenic: first we're in the present, then 10 years in the past, then back to the present, but 5 minutes before the time we originally were. UGGGHHHH....what the hell is going on?! I truely believe a better story would have been had if the author had rolled her face back and forth over the keyboard for an hour and a half (she probably would have spell more words correctly as well!).

I could go on and on, but all you need to know is that this story is awful. The reviews for this story are better than the actual book. Don't waste your money!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By iLoveToRead on October 31, 2012
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#TeamJazz&Ken...! I love this series and I love this book, Aleta really out did herself. Just when I think things are getting better and you know who's scandalous and who's not, they change up on you. Aleta has a way of bringing the drama & leaving you on the edge of you seat wanting more.

I don't want to give any spoilers, so I will say, IF YOU HAVEN'T READ THE SALTY SERIES, YOU NEED TO JUMP ON IT...! I can't wait for book 4...!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Ms. ThiqCaramel on June 9, 2012
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I enjoyed the story and this was my first novel from Aleta Wiliams. The plot and the main character is really solid but the supporting cast was a little shakey for me. I think I should have read some of the authors other novels before this one so I could understand what Wack and Savanna's motives were. Sometimes I found myself confused with if the character was speaking in a conversation form, thinking to themselves or speaking in third person. I also believe that the author provided the reader with good details about certain parts of California and the way of life if you are not from the West Coast. I will purchase part 2 to this Ghetto Soap Opera and I'm likely to pick up another book by this author because I am interested in seeing if her writing style differs or stays the same in each novel. Good read with awesome potential.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Angel on November 14, 2012
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I am so mad that I bought this book. When trying new authors, I at least try to give them two shots. I definitely will not b buying the third installment of this series. First of all I hated the first salty book. I gave the author a second chance, but I was left very disappointed. The second book didn't pick up where the first one left off. The first one had an exert at the end. When I opened up the second book, there was something totally different added before it finally picked up where the first one left off. Then, there were so many spelling and grammatical errors, it was ridiculous. Smh. Also, it was like the author wanted the book to play out like a movie, but just couldn't make it happen. Every time it seemed like the story just might get good she would cut it off and jump to a whole different story line. I was like , " Is this supposed to be a commercial break?" When it did pick back up where it left off, it was different from what it was supposed to be. There were also still parts where characters were talking in third person. The ending was ridiculous. This book was just horrible. I mean it was a real headache to read. I refuse to buy the third one. That is all.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 30, 2012
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Once again I was blown away. The story line had me captured from book 1. Great job Aleta!!!! Keep the books coming!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Marcie on October 31, 2012
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OMG, the only thing that saddens me is the fact that I have to anxiously wait for part four to continue reading. I LOVE this series from parts one to three and I recommend that anyone that likes DRAMA with bits of sweetness mixed in read these books. Author Aleta Williams has a LIFELONG FAN IN ME!
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