OPB Friday – Suspects, Puzzles, Fave, a New Dream and more

O.P.B. stands for Other People Blogs. These are a few places I visited this past week. Check them out:

Princess Dominique received some interesting comments on one of her previous posts. Check it out: Reginald Potts Speaks Out About Nailah Franklin

If you need a stress reliever, stop on by Peggy Eldridge-Love’s baby boomers site and do a crossword puzzle. Warning: Don’t get caught at work playing when you should be working 🙂 Awe what the heck. Enjoy life a little. Each day a different puzzle is on the site. Click here to play.

Fave interviews the woman behind Honey Soul on the Friday Favecast. If you like good R & B/Neo-Soul music, Honey Soul gives you the 4-1-1 on her website. Check out the Friday Favecast.

If you’ve been reading my blog, you know what my favorite movie is right now–you got it Tyler Perry’s Why Did I Get Married.  Just in case you didn’t listen to the review on Film Reviews 2 GoCLICK HERE.

For some entertainment news stop by Sandra Rose’s blog. Truth of Gossip, you be the judge: CLICK HERE.

If people were color blind, how would it be? Check out Monica Jackson’s blog post this past week. When it comes to books, we want to see “green.” Is that a terrible dream to have? Read on…

If you have a blog you would like for us to check out, feel free to leave the link in the comment field. Happy Friday!

http://www.smileycentral.com/?partner=ZSzeb001_ZUxdm080YYUS   “Paige’s Web by Shelia M. Goss is so good. I can’t stop turning the pages!”
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