I Can Touch the Bottom Audiobook, by Michel Moore Play Audiobook Sample

I Can Touch the Bottom Audiobook

I Can Touch the Bottom Audiobook, by Michel Moore Play Audiobook Sample
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Read By: Stevie Washington Publisher: Urban Audiobooks Listen Time: at 1.0x Speed 3.83 hours at 1.5x Speed 2.88 hours at 2.0x Speed Release Date: April 2018 Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download ISBN: 9781538527801

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Longest Chapter Length:

23:10 minutes

Shortest Chapter Length:

02:06 minutes

Average Chapter Length:

10:39 minutes

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Publisher Description

When he is released on parole, Stackz wants nothing more than to mind his own business and rebuild his empire. However, when he is forced to kill again, he links up with Ava, an eyewitness to the scene unfolding before the slaughter of her sister’s boyfriend. Having one major thing in common—murder—the pair becomes inseparable, hoping love can conquer all.

Their belief that they can live a happily-ever-after existence is soon shattered when his victim’s crew wants the ultimate revenge—they want Stackz’s life, and they’ll take Ava’s as well if she gets in the way.

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About the Authors

Ms. Michel Moore is a self-published author, entrepreneur, consultant, and motivator, and the founder of Say U Promise Publications. She is dedicated to investing back into her community as a respected businesswoman and activist in Detroit, where she lives with her husband.

Marlon P. S. White has served as the creative advisor for independent publisher Say U Promise Publications since 2010. Ghost writing several short stories, I Can Touch the Bottom is his first publicly recognized full-length novel cowritten with his wife, Essence bestselling author Ms. Michel Moore. The pair, dubbed Detroit’s First Couple of Urban Books, has a three-book series also released entitled Young and Hungry.

About Stevie Washington

Clifford “Spud” Johnson was raised in Inglewood, California, and had numerous encounters there with drugs, mayhem, and, ultimately, the California Youth Authority. These experiences gave Johnson a template for street life. The hustle of welfare-dependent families sculpted by the day-to-day hood life that he experienced provides the imagery he displays in his work.