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BEADS ON A STRING-America's Racially Intertwined Biographical History book. The first to include Sarah Collins Rudolph,the 5th and forgotten little girl in the Birmingham Church Bombing, into the pages of history.

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Put the Crayons Away & Write Your Damn Book the Color You Want

I'm tired of the skintone fight within races. #WeNeedDiverseBooks
In a few Afican-American FB groups I see a lot of negative comments about characters in books being light skinned, mixed-raced, whatever colored eyes...why? As if they are - we are something to be hidden and not written about.
 I haven't heard anything as ridiculous since the paper bag test.

People,  Black authors in particular, need to stop belittling other authors and applaud and congratulate each other. Prejudice and ridicule hurts, more so when it comes from your own.
   I see nothing wrong with an author writing about whom they wish. Especially when the Black race is of so many different shades. I honestly see covers of all colors of women and men and choose my books by synopsis. All that negativity alienates and discourages new authors, let alone makes me not want to buy the book from the ranting authors. Just seems like self hate to me. Reminds me of the inner race crap and bullying from school. Grow up, write your book the way you want and let other authors do the same. There are enough shelves for every book to grab a spot.

In my newest book these are the people I am writing about: Paisley Murong and Malachi Dae.
When Clouds Touch is the embodiment of a story of soul mates, Paisley and Malachi.

Destined to meet since before birth, their story wraps us somewhere between loving and caring, wanting the best for someone, while wanting to see them happy, even when it is risky and they must obey the demands of family. 
Paisley, a woman of Japanese decent, living with Albinism and heart disease, is meek, yet makes no apologies for seeking what she yearns. Hiding behind the protective fold of her wagasa, she yearns for freedom from her overprotective parents and the love of a man she's known only in her dreams, even at the cost of her health. 


 Malachi, a man who has visions of meeting an illusive shadow, uses his sense of humor and sensitive side to build their relationship. He's determined to win her love, even against the wishes of her parents.

I have no intention of being slotted by color.


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