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Lysious1

Love Birds: Beyond Death

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Good morning family and top of the day to you. My name is Lysious and I am new to this family of waiters. I've always been one of those who believe in waiting till marriage for sex. And I thank God for the grace to keep this vow, He prevented me from compromising this no-sex-till marriage vow. As I grew older as a Christian, I came to the commitment of not just keeping sex out of the equation but also any sex-related habits as well. I am a novelist, poet and host of Underground Gospel, a music show on WHBC-Howard University's student run radio station. Last year, I released a fiction novel titled Love Birds: Beyond Death It is a book about two teenagers who fell in love at a young age but made a vow of chastity. I think every teenager in America needs to read this book because I deal with some of the challenges we face as young people. More about the book and an interview I recorded can be found here:http://www.facebook.com/ALOVETIMEEXPERIENCE

The Interview: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z-pNBOvpUB4

I look forward to having a great time with everyone on this group. I will also like to hear everyone.

Thanks

Lysious

http://www.lysious.com/

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Welcome Lysious to this site of fellow waiters. Your book sounds amazing, I'm sure most (if not all of us here) want to read it.

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Thank you so much for the warm welcome. It is so glad to see and commune with others who share your views. By the way, I love the quality of the website. I will get the word out about this website. Thanks again.

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Welcome Lysious! Your book sounds great! We could always use more writers for the site, so talk to Mike if you're interested :) btw watched the first few minutes of the interview and just wanted to share that my friend from high school is from Nigeria too! Not sure what area though :P

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Haha i know, but I'm glad I know what country and not just "Africa". It's a continent, not a country. It's just a little pet peeve of mine when people say Africa as if its one.country...

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