Two Shades of Color [NOOK Book]

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Two Shades of Color is the story of a woman named Naomi who does not understand familial colorism and divide. Naomi leads a life of confusion and finds solace and refuge in the most unlikely situation. Two Shades is a story of love, triumph, setbacks, and comebacks.
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Two Shades of Color

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Overview

Two Shades of Color is the story of a woman named Naomi who does not understand familial colorism and divide. Naomi leads a life of confusion and finds solace and refuge in the most unlikely situation. Two Shades is a story of love, triumph, setbacks, and comebacks.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014642514
  • Publisher: Leading Role Productions
  • Publication date: 12/14/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 293
  • File size: 108 KB

Meet the Author

Louise Anderson-Smith is a novelist from Athens, Georgia. This is the second imprint from this author, whose stories are very real and true. In 1982, she received the best Playwright Award for her play "A Tricycle for Lil Jimmy". She often says her writing career began in sixth grade when she wrote a play entitled, "A Trip the the Bakery", based on a class field trip to Benson Bakery.

Louise returned to college at the age of 54, graduating from Clark Atlanta University with honors and a degree in Mass Media Arts with a concentration in Film, Radio, and Television. In 2004, she teamed up with famed director, actress, Carol Mitchell-Leon to create a staged reading of her play, "Harvest Time" at the Jomandi Productions set in Atlanta, GA.

Carol and Louise joined forces with Louise's daughter to form Leading Role Productions. Carol would later serve as director of all theatrical productions written by Louise Anderson-Smith. Carol passed away in the midst of what was to become a major staging of the production. The "Harvest Time" project went forward and performances were dedicated to Carol. Since that time, Louise's first novel, "Li'l Boy Johnson" was published and the current book, "Two Shades of Color" is in pre-production phase for a feature film.
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  • Posted July 15, 2012

    Awesome read!

    Awesome read!

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    Posted July 15, 2012

    I enjoyed this book, it's a great read!

    I enjoyed this book, it's a great read!

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