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“Saturday Mornings with Joy Keys” is an interactive, live Internet talk-radio show that focuses on providing people with tools to enrich and advance their lives mentally, physically, and emotionally. Callers are encouraged to call (516) 387-1745 to listen or ask questions.The show is LIVE on Saturdays at 11:00 a.m.12:00 p.m. Eastern. Joy is a licensed social worker, mother, trainer, speaker, mentor, actress, writer, producer and director. Ms. Keys holds a Masters in Social Work. She is a Leeway Art and Change grantee. She is passionate about making a difference in her local and global communities. *Make PAYPAL donations to : https://paypal.me/saturdayswithjoykeys *Follow on TWITTER:www.twitter.com/joykeys. *Become a fan on FACEBOOK www.facebook.com/saturdaymorningswithjoykeys. *Follow on INSTAGRAM: www.instagram.com/saturdayswithjoykeys. Email me at saturdayswithjoykeys (at) hotmail (dot) com

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In this much anticipated follow up to New York Times bestselling Beasts of Prey, Koffi's powers grow stronger and Ekon's secrets turn darker as they face the god of death. Koffi has saved her city and the boy she loves, but at a terrible price. Now a servant to the cunning god of death, she must use her newfound power to further his continental conquest, or risk the safety of her home and loved ones. As she reluctantly learns to survive amidst unexpected friends and foes, she will also have to choose between the life—and love—she once had, or the one she could have, if she truly embraces her dangerous gifts. ABOUT AYANA GRAY: Ayana Gray is a New York Times bestselling young adult fantasy author and a lover of all things monsters, mythos, and magic. Originally from Atlanta, Georgia, she now lives in Little Rock, Arkansas, where she reads avidly, follows Formula One racing, and worries over the varying moods of her adopted baby black rhino, Apollo, and her mini goldendoodle, Dolly. Her debut novel, Beasts of Prey, is being adapted for feature film.
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