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It Can Happen To You: Series of Short Stories Paperback – August 31, 2011
About the Author
Born in Wayne, Michigan, Phette Ogburn moved to Newark New Jersey when she was five years old, left there when she was ten and moved back to Michigan. She has three brothers but is her mother’s only child. She’s married with two daughters and has a cat who comes up from the basement only when she and her husband are home alone. She has been writing in her journals since she was fifteen years old and has all of them dating from 1995. As far back as she can remember, words have always fascinated her. When she’s not reading the dictionary for fun, she’s either spending time with family, writing, reading books, watching television or a movie. Some of her favorite movies are: Love & Basketball, The Five Heartbeats, Grease, Rent, Baby Boy, Save the Last Dance, Love Jones and A Low Down Dirty Shame. Reality TV is her guilty pleasure, and drama shows are where she draws her biggest inspiration for writing. Her first novella, In Me I Trust, is set for release early 2012 and a collection of short stories as soon as August 2011.
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Each story will have you saying, What would I do if it was me?
In S & M: Sexts & Messaging, you learn that what seems to be just harmless words can bring out strong emotions & calamity.
In The ID, it reminds you to make sure you really know the other person that you have allowed not just into your life but into your heart as well as your bed.
In Organized Karma (the only one that had me truthfully scratching my head - lol), you will find that you really never the thoughts and intents of those who are close to you.
Overall I enjoyed the flow of Phette's words and I am await what will be next on deck.