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I’ve asked Jon D. Zimmer to join me today to discuss what drives an author to put pen to paper. I’ve always heard a writer should write what he’s familiar with, using his own experiences. Here’s what this author has to say about it. The … Continue reading →
STRUGGLES OF THE WOMEN FOLK by T. M. Brown, a story of a young black girl’s journey of hardship, heart-break and love during the 1940’s
Genres: African American fiction, historical fiction, women’s issues. Themes: family dynamics, romance, perseverance (sp) Book Blurb “Struggles of the Women Folk” is based on fictional characters created from stories my grandma shared with me when I was child. It is … Continue reading →
I contacted Dorothy May Mercer because I was intrigued with her book, why she wrote it and if she had any hopes it would be read as a tool for women’s awareness. Thank you Dorothy for coming to my blog … Continue reading →