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  • By ginalove294
    Sep 21, 2009
    "Self-help with a twist" Brilliantly written in a combination of prose and poetry.
  • By franksell2000
    Feb 20, 2009
    "The Cure" Interesting take on black-white sexual relations.
  • By Ann And Benjamin
    Jan 11, 2009
    "My reflections while reading The Cure, by Frank Beaumier, aka scriber." My Journal Thru' The Cure. Journal review done by Benjamin. My reflections while reading The Cure, by Frank Beaumier, aka scriber. View book cover, preview, book reviews at My Journal Thru’ The Cure. Entry 1. There is always more to a person than meets the eye. Frank Beaumier is a Detroit writer who specializes in the human condition, love and life. His writing is filled with philosophy and psychology of the street. The author writes direct descriptive on penetration in a tasteful way. I would be pleased to present this Classic Journalism book to anyone. The author is a trained and experienced journalist. I have seldom read any other author to whom I can accord the highest merits for writing. This book is worth every single cent in cost and much more. Whether one is interested to find a cure for sexual obsession or read this book for leisure, this narrative is... More > informative and seductively absorbing. The story starts at the beginning when the exotic black woman, Teliah, meets Brome. She has special sexual traits which stroke the man’s ego and this makes her a much sought after bed partner. This contributes to the male protagonist’s obsession for her. He falls into depression when he is jilted. She leaves for fame and limelight as the sexual partner of a sex cult leader. Brome’s ego is farther deflated by the fact that his competitor is much older than himself but possessing the psychology to brainwash Tealiah. The secrets of female eroticism is explored and explained in a direct, eyewitness account. Journal entry 2. I learn many new things from the author’s analysis of everything under the sun and moon. He explains how certain individuals have peculiar quirks invested by Nature and how he is attracted by irregularities to the point of obsession. Brome’s weakness in his affinity to Teal led to his depression. He loves his women for their natural attributes but is always spurned away. He turns to Teal’s youngest sister, Kris, for consolation love but the young black has different sexual orientations. Kris loved being eaten in her nether regions. She was initially bipolar until she finally sealed her fate with a lesbian. The 40 day Method of curing sexual obsession can be applied to many areas. One may also use it in application to writing. Write to purge and purify the thoughts from the outermost to the innermost substance. Habituated, enforced writing will develop a better writer. In contrast to the 12 step program of curing addictions by AA, this 40 day Method invented by Beaumier is agnostic and doesn’t invoke the use of God. Esoteric aspects of life are described intermittently, interspersed with serious issues as Brome tries to educate the object of his affection, Teal. Unfortunately for the both of them, she is immune to his indoctrination. The space here does not permit furthur posts, please visit another site for the full, updated review at< Less
  • By writers_incorporated
    Jan 10, 2009
    "Followup to The Cure...After The Cure By Frank Bond Beaumier." After The Cure By Frank Bond Beaumier. Please view details at: Book Review: This book contains some of the most erotic writings since the works of the late Henry Miller. Miller was banned from the US way back in 1934 when his avant garde style of raw, organic, sexual writing sent shock waves throughout the world. After a court ruling changed American censorship codes, Miller’s masterpiece was reinstated later in his life in his homeland and duly awarded the highest recognition in post-modern American literature. His virgin book is acclaimed to be one of the twenty great novels of our 21st century. Beaumier does not copy Miller to emulate his success. He writes and chronicles in a more direct way, without apologies, dressing down nor up. What is this book about? Does man lose his sex drive after willingly submitting himself to his self-cure? Conversely, does man become more... More > incensed in his drive after his cleansing? What are the acts of love making that hold so much power as to obsess a man? What makes couples click together? All these questions are tackled in the book by Jack Brome, Beaumier's alter ego. Beaumier’s Before The Cure, and The Cure are realistic journals of heart wrenching journeying through a lifetime of seeking suitable partners for intimate relationships. (Completing the planned trilogy, Before The Cure, is a work in progress and is expected to be completed within the next two years, according to the author.) The end. Reviewer: Benjamin Francis.< Less
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frank bond beaumier
December 7, 2008
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
1.82 lbs.
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6.14 wide x 9.21 tall
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