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Interview with Author Shampriest Bevel

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Tonight's Topic: Settling for unhealthy relationships.


Shampriest Bevel has an MBA in Global Business Management and a Master's in Education. In June 2005, she self-published a poetry chapbook entitled Therapy For The Soul's Pain, and she currently has another completed work, When The Mirror Doesn't Look Back, about the life of Jazmine Lilly, one of the featured characters inToday, I Marry My Best Friend: Myself.
A woman spends her entire life planning the details of her wedding day, and the minute she believes she's met Mr. Right, she starts planning their wedding, imagining what features their children will inherit, and decorating and designing their first home - all on the first date, before dessert is even served. After spending almost a lifetime planning her princess fairytale, though, what will this woman feel like when she learns she may never marry? Does a bride need a groom in order to be a bride?

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, instead following Talia's lead by getting her middle finger sized, purchasing her own wedding ring, and marrying herself.