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About the author:
L. A. Davis earned her Doctorate of Education Degree with an Emphasis in Organizational Leadership and Development in 2018. She focused her dissertation topic on the Blind or Visually Impaired and their perception of gaining employment. She was born on the island of St. Thomas USVI but resides in the United States. She is a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated.
What inspired you to write your book?
After the highs of the holidays, many people have to deal with the lows of Valentines Day. I felt some people would need it.
Here is a short sample from the book:
A kiss is an immensely powerful thing that has been used to win the heart, to show love, to greet, to distract and to betray. When I had my first kiss, neither of us knew what we were doing or why we were doing it. He was a sweetheart of a person and was probably as confused as I was. What were we doing? I will never forget the slimy texture of his tongue swimming around aimlessly in my mouth. Do I sit here and stare at him? Do I close my eyes like they do on the soap operas? Do I keep my hands to my side, or do I put them on his shoulder? After that experience, it left me with the impression that kissing was the nastiest thing two people could do. I never wanted to do it again. The thought of anyone kissing me made my stomach turn for years and I avoided it. When I fell in love for the first time, I learned that a kiss is one of the most powerful expressions of love two people could experience. If done with the right person, in the right setting, and with the right intention, kissing can take your heart to a deeper level than sex ever could.