Teardrop

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Overview

New York has always been known as the "Mecca," the city that never sleeps. This is why Quincy aka Q's always forced to sleep with one eye open. Born and raised into tragedies having lost both parents to double murder at a tender age of 8 and suffering a heartbreak as a teen, Q is conflicted with making the biggest decision in his life: Belle. The moment he laid his eyes on Belle aka "Love" he knew he wanted her in his abandoned world. He knows the Love of Belle won't come easy, due to her being wifed up by the ...
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Overview

New York has always been known as the "Mecca," the city that never sleeps. This is why Quincy aka Q's always forced to sleep with one eye open. Born and raised into tragedies having lost both parents to double murder at a tender age of 8 and suffering a heartbreak as a teen, Q is conflicted with making the biggest decision in his life: Belle. The moment he laid his eyes on Belle aka "Love" he knew he wanted her in his abandoned world. He knows the Love of Belle won't come easy, due to her being wifed up by the local street hood and high school basketball star Ricky aka "Pretty Ricky," who has no plans of letting her go anytime soon, whether she wants to go, or not. Belle is torn between the love and admirable security she'd have with Q and the harsh and steady reality of what she has always known with Ricky. Q and Belle are forced to learn early that "True Love" is not an easy road.
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27 Year old poetic man from the Bronx and raised in Harlem, NYC. Writer in the day and through the late evenings under the fall sky. I graduated from Wadleigh Secondary High School in mid June 2002 in Harlem. High school was where my writing took off and I never stopped moving. It started with pure poetry and then a summer romance that ended so early made me realize that I had more to offer in the world based on experience with different romantic cycles, so I created Teardrop to combat with my p
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781461058755
  • Publisher: CreateSpace
  • Publication date: 4/8/2008
  • Pages: 244
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.55 (d)

Meet the Author

A father, a romancer, a poet and a loner. That's who Earl Williams is. A 21st Century man who believes it doesn't matter how hard or how many times you knocked around, but how you get back up and remember who you are. That's what he does. He was born in New York City. A native of the rough Bronx, he overcame height problem, doubters to graduate High School, thus becoming the first male in his family's history to do so, but still he feels alone. Nearly everything in front of him has been taken from him, but what started at the age of 15, him writing through it.
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  • Posted April 29, 2011

    I would definitely Recommend for any age group

    It's based on just about every situation. Everybody has their own emotional syndrome, but reacts differently. We all don't always figure out our lives until we're half passed dead and unable to move and get that 2nd chance of air, until now. My story takes love, deception and tragedy beyond their limits, and also gives the nice guy the chance to be heard and feel what others continue to deny him. He's average, yes, but also driven to find compassion and himself through secret affection for another as she entraps her canvass of thoughts. My results are different.



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