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Men Don’t Like Ugly, Women Don’t Like Broke

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In Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man, Steve Harvey helped women get inside the heads of men.  In Men Don’t Like Ugly, Women Don’t Like Broke, Angela Benson helps women get inside their own hearts to discover what they really want in a life partner.


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Are you a gold digger or a sugar mama?

“Unfortunately, in today’s society, any woman concerned about a man’s ability to bring home the bacon is termed a gold digger, or someone who is only interested in his money.  I strongly disagree with this characterization.” – Chapter 3, Financial Security is Important


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Do you earn more than your Mr. Right?

“A woman can make a man feel like a failure because his earnings don’t match hers or appreciated for the value he brings to the relationship.  It’s really up to her.” –Chapter 4, The One with the Money Makes the Rules

 


Men Don’t Like Ugly, Women Don’t Like Broke: What Women Need to Know about Love, Money and Relationships tackles these questions and many more like them.  It does so through a series of nine chapter discussions, each ending with a personal activity for the reader and a series of questions suitable for group discussion with friends.

You’ll find yourself laughing out loud, nodding your head in agreement, and shaking your fist in dismay as you read Angela Benson’s words of wisdom and share in the real-life relationship experiences of her and her friends.

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Men Don’t Like Ugly, Women Don’t Like Broke:
What Women Need to Know about Love, Money and Relationships
Integrated Book and Workbook Edition

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Telling Your Tale

Telling Your Tale: The Beginner’s Guide to Writing Fiction for Print and eBook, Integrated Book and Workbook Edition, is a 10-week writing class in ONE eBook!  It includes a series of exercises and worksheets to guide writers who want to improve their craft and is supported by a YouTube channel with video discussions of related writing topics.

Whether you want to be published by a traditional publisher or intend to go the independent route and publish your own book through eBook and POD (print on demand) mechanisms, Telling Your Tale can help you. Using engaging exercises, illustrative examples and inspiring advice, Telling Your Tale will guide you to find your writing voice and personal style, develop multidimensional characters who reflect today’s diverse communities, and weave plots that keep readers turning the pages.

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Telling Your Tale:

A Beginner’s Guide to Writing Fiction for eBook and Print

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Telling Your Tale: The Beginner’s Guide to Writing Fiction for Print and eBook is a 10-week writing class in ONE eBook! The Workbook provides all the worksheets and exercises from Telling Your Tale in a single source, ready for downloading and easy data entry

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