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Picture taken June 2010. I am, er, mature, but still childlike and excitable, which keeps me young looking, even with the silver hair. I have two adorable, tiny Pomeranians. The one here is Monkee, 3yrs & the one not in the picture, is even tinier, and she is Seva 4yrs old. These are the best behaved children to have and so incredibly affectionate ~ ~ ~ ~ ~


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I used to keep my hair black, but now am happy to grow the silver out and I shall ALWAYS keep my hair LONG!

On the right in the video, I am at our friends’ home, Debbie & Rob who is a guitarist as well as owning, with his wife Debbie, their 'Taste of Chicago Restaurant,' just outside Nashville, TN. It was the first time we had played guitar together and it was fun!

...... People seem amazed at my not aging since they last saw me.  I believe that is due to them expecting me to age in the same way as others seemed to, which I am not doing.  Hmmmm!  Even I am beginning to wonder now.  But, I have not sold my soul to the devil, not that I can remember anyway. I cannot recall everything from that long ago as my memory is not as 'exceptional' as it once was, but I remember what I need to and keep the rest on a mental shelf.  Actually, I now have short term memory loss and so still live in the past more than the present.  I also remain in a time warp and do not intend stepping out of it anytime soon. 

Getting older has been better than being young, as the chances I take and injuries sustained during those times, have dwindled substantially.  There are so many projects to think about, work on and always a new creative venture to start.  I am also happier than I have ever been in the past and have optimism for an even better future.  Hopefully, the world as we know it will have improved and the earth still be here so I can enjoy the next 30 years. But, I am not holding my breath on that. What is going to happen to the earth and us humans in the year 2012? It is nearly upon us! 

It was most enjoyable being a celebrity of sorts in the UK, mostly in London.  I have lived the extravagant life and also, known the ravages of hunger, despair and homelessness, starting from the time I ran away from my parents home, at the age of seventeen years, due to physical abuse by my father. 

I became a nurse, and married for the first time at 19yrs.

 Due to terrible circumstances I lost a newborn baby and 4yr old daughter. Years after adoption, I managed to find my eldest, Donna, who is still very dear to my heart and she will know that regardless.  But, I know we shall never speak to, or see each other ever again.  It is a shame to be dead to each other like this, but it has to be, I guess. I also was prevented in having any contact with my grandson Adam who was nine years at the time I last knew him.  He is around twenty now.  I often wonder what kind of a man he is growing into, but, he has not looked for his grandmother (me), or he would have found me on the net. So, there is no point in staying on that subject.

 Not long after this loss of my daughters, (the first time that is) my common-law-husband, Parkie was murdered.  He had been helping me to come to terms with the loss of my daughters. To make it worse, he died in an argument regarding me. He was stabbed with a knife straight through the heart. These few events have just been part of a sad and tragic past.  Ask about my autobiography if you want to read the whole damn tragedy and injustices which still make me so mad!

I really believe that a stressful life and not drinking alcohol, has kept me young, (apart from the fact that I have never grown up!) My Chicagoan husband and I, have published through our company, my novel, 'Into the Lyons Den.' with over 420 pages of vellum paper, in a high quality book.

Available now from my official website; www.donnideville.com 

available also from Amazon, USA and UK sites.

 Reading this suspense/mystery/thriller story will have a huge effect on your life as you will never be able to forget this exciting, unique novel. 

(My autobiography hopefully will be ready towards the end of 2011.)

~~~~Now back to the Biography~~~~

My tiny dog, Ching, a Pomeranian, weighing just  over 2lbs, came over on the plane with me when I left England to come and live in America, in 2004.  Ching was mostly hair and about six inches high!  I owned her since she was 10 weeks old, and it was so traumatic for me when she had to be put to sleep at 14 years old, just a short time after arriving in the USA.

 

Ching had been my constant and the longest constant companion I had ever had.  I was bereft and totally beside myself with grief! 

{1/3/2005} Ching's kidneys were failing, but the vet told me I did very well with her living that long, especially as she was one of the smallest Poms ever!   She was so incredibly intelligent and obedient too!

Luckily, as you can see by one of them being with me in my profile picture, I now have two wonderful Poms and both have a little of Ching in them.  I would like to tell you much more about them soon. 

This Bio page was started in October 2003, when I joined Authors Den, but I have updated in various parts, where possible, although there is far too much to add on this homepage. My actual autobiography book has turned into Part One and Part Two.  I have lived a full, fast-action life and so, cannot omit much from the story or the rest will not tie up.

I know there is a lot to read here, but it is only a tiny smattering of the real thing, so please, get yourself a cup of tea,  relax and enjoy reading through all this!  

When you have finished reading here, you can get more of my life history by reading the Synopsis and chapters for my book;

 

'The Almost Unbelievable Life of Donni De-Ville.'   

Now, I shall try to introduce myself to you all ~~~~ My late mother, British and part Polynesian, (her mother being a real Princess) became a nurse and dressmaker/designer.  She taught me to read and write. By the time I was four years old, I was able to read out aloud, from newspapers, write letters, keep diaries and was always writing stories, making little books and selling them to my school friends! (I thought this made me a REAL writer!) I remember my stories were mostly about my thoughts and insights into adult behaviour.  About how little they actually understood the things that I was saying to them, which I knew, they only 'pretended' to understand. 

I also wrote about incidents that happened around me, or to me.  My Granny, who the whole family lived with, at the time of my birth, until I was 10 years old, spent the most time with me.  She was able to really inter-react with me, and we sat together for hours, whilst I listened enthralled, to her stories of her past Colonial life.  This included all the entertaining she had had to do, giving 'social events' at the 'big house' my relatives used to live in when my Papa was with the British Government, as a Commissioner.  He held a high position with the Great Indian Railway in India, until they, (all the British) got thrown out, due to Mountbattan and the uprising in 1947.

My Granny and Papa had many servants, maids, cooks and nurses for each of their five children. As far as I could tell, the servants were treated well. (I was very concerned by this as a child, due to my reading a book on slavery, which upset me very much indeed.)  Granny, poor soul, listened to me for hours also, as I constantly bombarded her with questions on her life, my life, anyone's life. 

My questions on death were not satisfactorily answered and being told people who died went into heaven or hell, did not make sense.  For one thing, I had read in the Bible where it says there is no heaven until Jesus comes back again at Armageddon.  So where were the dead people or their spirits meanwhile?  Limbo has been the best answer I could find.  Many Christians seem to want to overlook that aspect, makes them feel more comfortable I suppose.

I always said I wanted to be a writer of books, so that I could tell everyone about all I learned, (innocently thinking no-one else might know what I managed to find out).  Aspects of death and where the 'spirit went,’ fascinated me and I remember being called, 'morbid.'  I could not believe that the thought processes could disappear just because the body disintegrated and deteriorated with death.  The 'we', which I now understand is the 'I', cannot become extinct and I was correct, as it does not.  This line of thinking has led me to the greater understanding I have now, which actually makes sense to me.  It has a great deal to do with electricity and vibrations.

Children in my school were only white and so automatically I was disliked and ridiculed, due to being the only child there who was brown coloured.

Although my mother was much darker than me, my father was white, part Welsh/English) The priest from the Church next door to the school, used to take me into the Church at playtimes and as I was tiny for my age, he would carry me around and we would light the candles.  I can still see his kind wrinkled face and hear his laugh. 

He would tell me that Jesus loved me and was always standing by me, no matter what the other children said, or did.  So I was to never think that I was alone. This priest, 'Father Jarrot', had christened me and was also a friend of my Granny's who was very religious too.  I remember Father Jarrot mostly, as he was my first friend.   We continued to light those candles in his church for the rest of the five years I was at that school.

I was about seven years old when my mother became very angry with me and it was also the first time I saw her cry, (apart from when I fell  off of my hobby horse into the fire).  She could smell the bleach in my bath water.   I had been trying to bleach myself a lighter colour.  Ten years on was the beginning of my REAL bad times.  (I ran away from home at seventeen years of age, with a man I hardly knew, (who turned out to be a junkie!) after my last beating ever from my father, and was homeless, (for the first time) and begging on the streets in the East End of London, for the both of us!) 

(There is a lot to tell about my life, from being born, to the age I am now, but I cannot tell too much here, due to my next book being my Autobiography.)

I think it is best if I explain that I have lived the kind of life that might have driven some people crazy, as it has been filled with non-stop action, emotions, trauma, disasters, physical and mental abuse, illnesses, operations (and not only mine,) guilt, grief, loss, being blamed for things I never did.  I even had the bad luck to be used as a scape-goat, several times!  I struggled to be determined not to be 'put down' by the bad luck that life, (or whatever else) throws at you, well maybe you too, but I meant me.

My optimistic nature has prevented the death of me, shall I say, even though I tried to cause the death of myself several times!   I was blown up in a gas explosion once! I would love to go deeper, but here and now is not the time.  I shall soon be telling the world all about my life, in as much detail as I can remember and through the memories of other's whose lives have touched mine.

You might understand if I say that I have moved home 114 times (have ALL the addresses written down and there is a story to each and every one of them) I had to keep starting afresh, in so many different towns, and mostly on my own.  (My reasons will be very understandable, once I tell you why I had to keep moving).  My main theme in life seemed to be surviving it, but throughout, every time a door was closed, it was not long before I had a choice of a few others and each was a gamble. 

At times it felt like the 'Twilight Zone' television show!  It was mostly a choice of which were the best decisions from the worst ones.  Many did not pay off. I hope to complete my Autobiography as soon as possible, as I will not be able to move on until I do now. It has to be faced, written down and then consciously forgotten.

 I have to get my life story all out of my head and recorded, so that it was not all in vain.  There is so much to tell, that all kinds of people will be able to relate to something in my life and they will know that they have not been alone in their suffering.   I know, and others who know me have said my story will be of great hope and consolation to those who are going through times, that they feel are just too unbearable for them to continue.

I also have seen the suffering of gay men who couldn't accept that they just happened to be 'gay.' My own 6' 2" broad shouldered brother, Andy, found it very difficult when he realized that he was gay at seventeen years and in the RAF. To get him out of the RAF, he had to prove he was gay and I was the witness who helped him!  (Hilarious tales about this to be revealed later.)  He was suicidal and luckily I was around. 

Andy moved in with me several times and I went to his first gay clubs with him.  I love new experiences and I certainly got them there.  I did not like the gay women much, (with crew cuts, large jaws and huge arms) who were chasing me a lot harder than any man ever did!  Frightening!  It did not take long for the gay’s to get on with me and they asked me to dance with them.  Boy, could they dance!  They are so uninhibited!

So, most of my social life, when I was not entertaining, was mixing with these very upbeat, hilarious, naturally entertaining gay guys.  I loved their company and made many friends.  I must add here that my brother who was a real charmer and gorgeous, pinched two of my 'straight' boyfriends.  Women and men just loved him to pieces.  I also knew some transsexuals and transvestites.  I wish people did not automatically write them off as being odd, because they are still very human. They also know about suffering.

 I had so many good times with my gay brother.  He was so full of dignity, charm and extremely manly. Apart from when he used to pinch my mascara to put on his eyelashes and use a tiny bit of underlining.  But, he looked good with it, so why not? In the past, it was men who used make up and wigs not the women.  When did all that change and why?  Andy also got into as much trouble as I used to, if not a bit more.  But some of the escapades we both got ourselves into, were absolutely hilariously funny. 

Andy bought the title of ‘Lord’ for a very princely sum and used his incredible brain to become a millionaire, but was later put in Ford Prison, in England, for a two and a half million pound fraud, of which he was the 'fall guy.' Andy had some bad times in prison, but he was a privileged prisoner and was allowed caviar and champagne.

Sadly now, my beloved brother who has been HIV positive for over 10 years is really ill.  I have found out that although he has been very ill on and off, he is now dying of full blown Aids.  I had hoped that I would 'end’ before he did, so I do not know how I shall cope with this when it happens.

Though there is much sadness in my life story, there is so much hilarity and there is much joy too, although not long lasting. In the past, searching for my adopted daughters consumed my every thought.  The search for my soulmate and a decent father, (in case I could fight to get my daughters back) caused me so many wasted years in captivity, instead of concentrating on my career and my life. 

I detested my second husband from the day I married him, for that was the exact time I began to find out what he was really like. He was a black belt in Akido, but had become a wine alcoholic. My life trying to escape from him would take up half a book and he was the reason for me losing my two children, and hiding in a hostel for battered women!

My profession for over seven years, was as a solo dancer. I also performed on television, did some adverts, and some work as a model. I later taught myself to play guitar, and was lead vocalist in many bands. Eventually, I met an incredible guitarist, mulit-instrumentalist, singer and songwriter, Tony.  We became a successful ‘duo’ going out as 'Chilli Pepper'.  We were extremely popular and were always booked for a year ahead, to entertain. 

Tony's mother, Mary Kay, was the mistress of Tommy Cooper, the UK comedian, who was as famous as anyone could get.  Mary wrote a book all about her life with him.  Of course, I knew the secret parts and will tell in my Autobiography. (She will not mind, as most of it has been exposed.)

Tony was friendly with Pink Floyd.  They lived near us in Crouch End, London and he would often play guitar with them, Dave Gilmour particularly liked Tony's style, telling him they had similar styles. Cutting a long story short as usual, Tony and I got on great, although it was mostly a ‘spiritual’ relationship.  We are still friendly to this day. He and Rocky have met and like each other. 

In between the short time I spent with my four husbands and six common-law-husbands, I had lived alone and hardly dated. It does not take long to adapt to not having the physical comfort, that a close relationship usually brings. I was not going out to give myself to just anybody.

Sometimes, I was busy sorting out musicians and keeping a band together and spent time rehearsing, sorting out the usual problems with personality clashes and so on. In other words, I kept myself occupied doing something a bit challenging and which I greatly enjoyed. I was also writing the novel I have published now. After experiencing the equivalent of ten divorces, I found it preferable to live alone, than to live with a person who made me unhappy, angry, irritated, who made me lose my temper, or, worse still, tried to make me lose my confidence as a woman! 

Many men try to do this to a partner if they are attractive, in a bid to keep them from thinking they might be able to do better elsewhere and risk a better life with a man/woman who would be more suitable. 

My career, and, being the type of person I am, has lead me to experience the equivalent of three lives in one! I tend to say what I think, and have usually got into trouble for it, but that does not stop me! 'Things', just always seem to happen to me, and I have spent my life getting into, or escaping from, one calamity after another, but even the tragic sides had their hilarious moments!

I look back and enjoy the near misses and encounters I have had, with no regrets. It has all made me who I am! Though called 'eccentric', I call myself 'worldly', and now is the time to stop being an 'adrenaline junkie', and write about my experiences, which many people, male and female, can relate to.

How I came through it all, is a wonder to all who know me! I have been educated, but I write the way I talk and think, that is my style. So as you can see, I am not at all conventional!

Who would have imagined at this age, that I would still have such a strong survival instinct, but I have and shall make my dreams come true? With what is going on now, it is very likely, believe me and I amamazed at my luck, which all started with my fifth and final husband, Victor, (also called Rocky). 

If you want to see a photo of my Rocky, you can see him in my official website. Just type; donnideville.com and you will see who I am very much in love with even after seven years!

"I LOVE CHICAGO!" Definitely my kind of town! Although we lived for five years in Nashville, Tennessee, for five years. We met a couple of Chicagoans who own a restaurant there, Debbie & Rob who became our close friends. We still are in touch, even though we moved back to Chicago. There is a great deal to report on life in Nashville, later.

I have been told that I am a cross between Tina Turner & Elvis Presley with their type of charisma, Dolly Parton type figure (but, au naturelle) and Lucy Arnez.  I knew Tracey Ullman before she took off with her fame and hope to still track her down, here in America.

We shall meet again, you and I that is! Either here or in my official website. I shall be back!

Do not forget my novel; Into the Lyons Den is published and available, shipped to the USA through my website;

www.donnideville.com

There should be no problems as it is going through our company, and we have distributors in the UK to send straight to you as well as for this side of the water. We deal with Paypal as well as any credit card.

When you receive the book, let me know if you want it signed, as I can send you a postcard through 'snail mail' with a message and my 'autograph' just for you!

Thank you!

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Birth Place
Finchley, London.,  England.
Accomplishments

* I WAS ABLE TO READ FROM NEWSPAPERS FROM AGE 4YRS, TAUGHT MY MOTHER.

* FIRST PUBLIC ACHIEVEMENT WAS IN WINNING THE SCHOOLS ART COMPETITION, IN MY FINAL YEAR, WITH A PENCIL DRAWING OF JOHN LENNON, (OF THE BEATLES)

* ATTAINING GCE LEVEL 'A' IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE & LITERATURE. SOCIAL STUDIES. PSYCHOLOGY.

* CERTIFICATES FOR SECRETARIAL STUDIES, INCLUDING AUDIO TYPING & SHORTHAND.

* GENERAL NURSE TRAINING, INCLUDING EMERGENCY & OPERATING THEATRE.

* MODELLED FOR TOP MEN'S MAGAZINES.

* BECAME A PROFESSIONAL SOLO DANCER, ACROBATIC, GO-GO & BELLY DANCING.

* WORKED CLUBS, CABARET & CONCERTS.

* TELEVISION & COMMERCIALS WORK.

* DANCED IN AN ADVERT FOR DISCOMANIA RECORDS.

* PERFORMED IN A COMMERCIAL, FOR 'PIMM'S NO.1' SHOWN IN BETWEEN MOVIES, WITH THE FAMOUS UK DISC JOCKEY AT THE TIME; DAVE LEE TRAVIS. (I WAS DANCING ON A PEDESTAL, IN THE MIDDLE OF A MECCA DANCE-HALL, SURROUNDED BY A LARGE AUDIENCE.)

* I APPEARED IN PART OF THE SERIES CALLED; 'JANGLES' FOR TELEVISION AS A DANCER IN A CLUB IN WHICH HAZEL O'CONNOR STARRED AS HERSELF.

* APPEARED IN 'BLAKE SEVEN,' THE POOR UK VERSION OF 'STAR TREK.'

* WORKED IN VARIOUS TV SERIES.

* I WAS PARTICULARLY THRILLED TO HAVE BEEN ON THE SET FOR 'MURDER AT THE WEDDING,' with LISA GODDARD, (ONCE MARRIED TO THE FAMOUS ALVIN STARDUST) BRYAN MARSHAL, (STAR OF MOVIES, WITH OMAR SHARIF, ETC..)ANGELA PLEASANCE, (DAUGHTER OF DONALD PLEASANCE) AND ANOTHER ACTOR I ADMIRE GREATLY, CHRIS BIGGINS! I HEAR HE IS THE KING OF PANTOMIME NOW. A NATURALLY FUNNY, HIGHLY INTELLIGENT AND WITTY MAN. (HE HAD US ALL IN FITS OF LAUGHTER!)

* TELEVISION LIFE INVOLVES MUCH HANGING AROUND, COPING WITH DELAYS, MOSTLY DUE TO TANTRUMS THROWN BY THE 'STARS!' GETTING DREADFULLY LOST ON THE WAY INTO THE STUDIOS AT THE RIDICULOUS HOURS OF 5 OR 6AM! AND THEN GETTING EVEN MORE LOST ON THE WAY BACK HOME.

* BELIEVE ME, WRITING, USING THE COMPUTER, IN THE COMFORT OF ONE'S OWN HOME, CAN NOT BE BEATEN!

* MADE THE FRONT PAGE OF 'NEWS OF THE WORLD, WITH AN 'EXORCISM' PERFORMED ON ME, STORY EXCLUSIVE, JUNE 1978. THE CAPTION BEING; 'THE DOCTOR, THE DEVIL AND THE GO-GO DANCER.')

* I AM STILL A FULL MEMBER OF THE BRITISH ACTOR'S EQUITY ASSOCIATION, SINCE 1978.

* SELF-TAUGHT GUITARIST, SINGER, SOLO DANCER (BECAME PROFESSIONAL AT EACH SKILL.)

* LEAD VOCALIST WITH 7 BANDS. SIGNED TO A RECORDING CONTRACT IN LONDON.

* 3 YEARS AS PART OF DUO; CHILLI PEPPER

* BELONG TO THE SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL SONGWRITERS & COMPOSERS.

* SEVERAL SHORT ARTICLES AND STORIES PUBLISHED IN READER'S DIGEST & ODYSSEY BOOKS.

* TAUGHT GUITAR, DANCING & SINGING TECHNIQUES.
VOCAL COACH, IMAGE ADVISOR, TALENT JUDGE IN UK.

* EARNED A LIVING OUT OF DETAILED DRAWING OF PORTRAITS, HOUSES, QUAINT VILLAGES AND ANIMALS, DRAWN IN PEN & INK.

* MOBILE HAIRDRESSING BUSINESS, ALSO DOING MAKEOVERS.

* LEAVING MY HOME COUNTRY, ENGLAND, AT MATURE AGE TO MARRY A CHICAGOAN AND LIVE IN AMERICA.

* MAY 2004, PART-OWNING WITH MY HUSBAND, THE DE-VILLE ENTERTAINMENT & PUBLISHING COMPANY.

* I HAVE A POPULAR OFFICIAL WEBSITE WITH A GREAT FORUM!

* I HAVE EARNED TWO MERIT BADGES FROM WRITING.COM AS A REVIEWER.

* EARNED THE MERIT AWARD OF 'TOP CONTRIBUTOR' ON YAHOO ANSWERS, 2008.

* PUBLISHING MY NOVEL, (424 PAGES) THROUGH OUR OWN COMPANY.

* WRITING & RECORDING SONGS, IS ALMOST AS GOOD AS SINGING & PLAYING GUITAR WITH MY BAND ON STAGE!

* NEW BAND ABOUT TO BE LAUNCHED, 2011; ‘THE MAMA DE-VILLE BAND.’

* SURVIVING MY LIFE AND SOON TO PUBLISH MY AUTOBIOGRAPHY

* I AM A PSYCHOLOGIST OF FAST, REAL, TURBULENT LIFE!

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Additional Information

Watch this space! MARKETING MY PAPERBACK NOVEL; INTO THE LYONS DEN. WE ARE ABOUT TO LAUNCH THE MAMA DE-VILLE BAND!

Favorite Links

Paul Bruce (author/ex-husband)
.......This link is so that I don't need to explain who my ex-husband is. (I was quite proud of him though)

Donni De-Ville
My professional website! All the latest news and pictures. Music, soon to be Videos and CDs. All the up-to-date information about me.

Reverend Davey (Family friend)
The most wonderful Christian EVER! A site not to be missed! Worth going into whether you are a non-believer, or a believer in religions. Rev Davey is a people's person! He does not preach! Rev cares about the detrimental effects religion can have on those strictly brought up on it.

Firstwriter.com (Loads of help and non-stop competitions!)
Firstwriter.com has everything a writer needs-all in one site!Small press directory, competition listings, an online magazine accepting submissions online, an online store, editorial services, tips, agents, and MORE!




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