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"How many is too many...?"
Contributor(s): Thompson, Nicole K. (Author)

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ISBN: 1723135615     ISBN-13: 9781723135613
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
OUR PRICE: $7.43  

Binding Type: Paperback
Published: September 2018
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- Fiction | Urban
Physical Information: 0.16" H x 5.51" W x 8.5" (0.22 lbs) 78 pages
 
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"How many is too many..." Trey Preston is a young man, trying to feel accepted, in this judgmental world, where a "Rich Man's Family" is labeled as a family with a husband, wife and two children. No multiple baby mommas, separate living arrangements, or extended families are even considered. Unfortunately, for Trey, a "Rich Man's Family" is far from the life he lives. Trey's life is full of excessive drama, stemmed from multiple baby mommas, that he responsibly deals with for the sake of his children. Trey not only has seven beautiful children, but he also has seven beautiful baby mommas biologically accompanying them, to love whatever way he can possibly tolerate. Trey is no longer personally involved with either of his seven children's mothers, so finding a potential new love is on his mind. The only problem with finding a new love is the constant rejection Trey receives when he's asked, "How many baby mommas do you have?" Trey's response is and always has been the reluctant response, of a return incorrectly grammar question; "How many is too many...?" Trey welcomes you into his world of how, who, when, where, and why he has the life he is presently living. Hopefully, through his eyes you can begin to broaden your mind and perspective, to not be so judgmental, hypocritical, or even belittling of other people's life choices, and or mistakes. Knowing that Trey may have grown up with circumstances and situations that helped shape his negative thinking process, may just help change yours. "How many is too many...?"
 
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