Pinky Swear

Pinky Swear : Life Aint Easy

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I don't ask for much; when I'm in a relationship, I expect the basics. Loyalty, respect, honesty, communication...you know, the usual, but when I feel like you're not giving me what I expect, I'll go off. And I know that I shouldn't fight as much as I do because I am getting older, but when I'm mad...I'm mad. Dajon took disrespect to a whole 'nother level; I feel like if you're not happy, break up with me, but don't cheat in my face cause that's rude! I wasn't wrong for hittin' him or hittin' her or cussing him out, or cussin' her out! When you make a pinky promise, you're supposed to hold that promise, because if you don't, you're a liar and I aint a fan of liars.show more

Product details

  • 12-17
  • Paperback | 152 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 9.65mm | 285.76g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507711417
  • 9781507711415

About Symone Smith

Symone Smith has a big personality, so she wants her books to also be big. When she writes a story, she makes up a scenario and puts herself in her characters shoes. Many may notice that in some of her other books, some things seem to be repeated such as things the character says and how the person views certain things in life, and the reason behind that is because Symone likes to be vocal and express her opinion on things, and a lot of times that is threw her books. Symone began writing when she was in the third grade and decided to publish a book when she was in the ninth grade. Soon she noticed that can't nothing be done right unless you do it yourself, so that's what she did. Now publishing her own books, she is able to do everything the way she wants. As cool as that may sound, publishing your own books takes a lot of work and dedication. Symone keeps her eyes on the pride and continues working. The Man upstairs doesn't bless people who are afraid to fail, and she is realizing that. With faith in herself and God, there is no stopping her.show more