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They say not to judge a book by its cover but I need you to do just that. If you liked the cover of my book, Her Red Lips On His White Shirt: True Love Prevailed, please vote for it for the Cover of the Month contest on AllAuthor.com!

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“Her Red Lips On His White Shirt: True Love Prevailed”, a book by Joseph E Bassey: Available On Amazon Kindle unlimited.

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“Julian Harry, a rich lady went in search of true love after being abandoned by John Harcourt. Finding the love with her car driver, marked the beginning of jealousy and envy from her closest friend, Cynthia. Find out what she did and how true love prevailed.”
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Buy the truth and sell it not. Live to learn from other’s love. Get a copy of this short story and remember, God is love. I write to change my world.πŸ€—πŸ’

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You Need Me, I Need You: We Need One Another

I learnt from the scripture that two can’t work nor walk together, except they are in agreement.

Everyone has a destiny and a destination. You won’t lose if you have a loser who is now a winner; he or she will teach you the steps that winners take to win.

The reason we need one another is because we were created to be together. We have dynamic abilities to help our different inabilities.

Also, our different experiences in life can help in turning our different expectations into manifestations.

Tell someone, “You need me, I need you; we need one another.

~Author Joseph Bassey πŸ’