It's Your World, Black Girl!

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What, if anything, could send you to the brink of insanity? As you're tip-toeing toward the edge, can you claw your way back? Will you take that terrifying plunge? What constitutes child neglect? Have your parenting skills ever been put to the ultimate test, and you've failed? Does day-to-day living stress you out to the point of finding release in alcohol, men and the club scene? All of these questions come to mind as you read It's Your World, Black Girl! This is a novel categorized as African-American fiction. ...

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Overview

What, if anything, could send you to the brink of insanity? As you're tip-toeing toward the edge, can you claw your way back? Will you take that terrifying plunge? What constitutes child neglect? Have your parenting skills ever been put to the ultimate test, and you've failed? Does day-to-day living stress you out to the point of finding release in alcohol, men and the club scene? All of these questions come to mind as you read It's Your World, Black Girl! This is a novel categorized as African-American fiction. It tells the story of three women-Chiquita Fry, Amnesty Dillard and July Williams-who are newfound friends. Because of certain events that take place, their friendship is tested and strengthened. Amidst the drama, heartache and heartbreak, each woman recognizes her own self-worth, finds inner strength and emerges as the person she was put on this world to become.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781413777215
  • Publisher: Publish America
  • Publication date: 5/23/2005
  • Pages: 184
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.42 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 8, 2006

    A Test of Choices

    Once again this published author shows her passion for story telling but not as a poem or short story. This time in a high drama filled with events of circumstances and decisions. Her main characters bring life not only to the reader but to themselves as well. Chiquita Fry married for only two months is faced with knowing she is pregnant and has a husband who has a blue collar job but feels obligated. Amethyst Dillard a single mom with two children and wondering if she has a deadbeat of a father on her hand? July Williams married and being haunted by her husbands creditors who puts her checking account in the negative. The author takes you on a journey of each woman's life to see how they deal with their situations and the choices they make. The real test is not of their friendships but if the choices made make them happy and make their dreams become realities. If you like high drama, I encourage you to read this book to find out. For me it showed you can never say what you would or would not do unless you were in that given situation. This book makes for a good read and I encourage both men and woman to read it.

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