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Shampriest Bevel, author of Today I Marry My Best Friend: Myself
Today I Marry My Best Friend: Myself, focuses on single women living in a world with limited good men and unlimited drama. These women are tirelessly dating men in hopes of marriage. Each woman’s story has its own twisted journey, but the ending will be familiar to them all. The characters are all waiting for proposals of marriage which, after many wasted years, will never be heard. They are all in relationships with the type of men who prove not to be ready for marriage.
Talia Sands, who is the most ready for marriage, is left broken-hearted after five years by a man who she accidentally learns is having an affair with the neighborhood trick. This becomes a turning point for Talia. Talia decides not to allow a nugatory man destroy her dreams of marriage. She decides to marry herself as a symbol of self-commitment and self-love.
Today I Marry My Best Friend: Myself tells the story of how a woman can stop tirelessly and painfully waiting for a man to ask for her hand in marriage. Talia takes control of her life by getting her middle finger sized, purchasing her own wedding ring and marrying herself.
Joey Pinkney: Where did you get the inspiration to write Today I Marry My Best Friend: Myself?
Shampriest Bevel: I have been a part of one too many pity parties. I would get together with my girlfriends to talk about one thing and then the Continue reading 5 Minutes, 5 Questions With… Shampriest Bevel, author of Today I Marry My Best Friend: Myself