NEW: REVOLUTION: THE NORA WHITE STORY BOOK II
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This book will be available at other retailers after August, 2018.
When Nora White is drugged by her friend she is forced to deal with the harsh reality of life in the North. She meets Keisha and the women catch a ride to The Den, a gambling and numbers hole-in-the-wall in Jacobsville New York. Unlike the upper echelon of Harlem, Nora’s new friends are hustlers but down to Earth and feels more like family. They take her to Liberty Hall where she is introduced to Marcus Garvey's Universal Negro Improvement Association (U.N.I.A.).
Meanwhile, Nora has no idea her father has been arrested and back home Molly is hanging on by a thread. When the community discovers the truth of the alleged crime they devise a way to get Gideon out of jail but their actions could mean life or death for everyone involved. Will Nora come to her senses and return home in time to help the family or will her naiveté lead her astray once again?
"I found myself enthralled with this story. The way the author blends the actual events of the past with her fictitious interpretation is compelling. The visual depictions of the surrounding had me inside the room when Nora was waking from one of her spells. I could smell the open air of the South and feel the breeze on my face at the lake. I had the feeling that if I took a step, I would enter into the realm of Nora and her friends as they prepared for the huge Marcus Garvey event at The Garden."
- Lisa W. Tetting
"There are a lot of characters and they’re all likable (except for a few here and there which I’m sure we’re not really supposed to care too much for). They all have their own agenda going on or their own conflict and everyone is intertwined with each other. It’s well done."
- Rachel Poli
I AM SOUL
"I really enjoyed this poetry collection--it made me slow down and savor each poem. Some of the poems I kept going back to re-read so that I could enjoy the experience again!" - Ellen Smith
"Very inspiring! Thank you for enlightening my heart with such powerful words. The words on all the poems come to life and become reality in so many ways. I will definitely recommend this book to my family and friends." - Celeste Crowder
RENAISSANCE: THE NORA WHITE STORY
“The author really did her research, touching on the feud between Zora and Langston over a play written by both, but only Zora was given credit. The way she wove Nora into the middle of the feud was genius. It was reminiscent of Forrest Gump a bit.”- Lisa W. Tetting
"When I finished reading Renaissance: The Nora White Story I actually shouted. I loved, loved this book. From beginning to end. The characters are still alive inside my mind. The setting as well. I could smell the hot soup the girls had or the rain on the hot earth. The dialogue is superb; I can still hear the soft southern accent in my mind." - Adele Marie Park
“First of all, let me say that I'm loving your book so far. The voice (yours/Nora's), imagery, dialogue, and overall literary style remind me of Toni Morrison's and Zora Neale Hurston's. Damn, girl! You're giving me goals!” - Nadine Tomilson