One day I read this sentence: “Sally Mae Wilson, born a slave.” I was stunned.
A Black woman passing for White —
Now an Amazon top 100 best seller!.
The year is 1931. Fear and poverty have the country by the throat. One woman’s lies drive her family to the brink of disaster.
I am so pleased to announce that my first novel is now available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and local bookstores in paperback or kindle!
We say “I respect them, but generally they’re all …”
Stop right there – if the second half of the sentence has an “all” in it, then the first half of the sentence is simply not true.
All the voices in my head seem to be having some endless committee meeting about their press statement regarding the events in Ferguson. I’m going to present the different pieces that have caught my attention and hope that someone else can put the puzzle together.
Are there too many “bad neighborhoods” for people of color?