Charise never thought she was “beautiful”, having grown-up with a father who believed good looks meant having “good hair”. An attribute he constantly reminded Charise she didn’t have.
So of course, when her hair starts to fall out, she resigns herself to a life spent as a permanent “ugly duckling”. That is, until her best friend / hair stylist comes to the rescue with The Weave.
Finding herself with the long, straight hair she thought she’d always wanted changes Charise and not necessarily for the better.
Read along as Charise finds out what happens when
self-confidence and the idea of beauty is built
around something so easily lost.
|Publisher:||Dana Ellington Myles|
|File size:||247 KB|
About the Author
Since the age of seven, I cannot remember when the written word was not a part of my life. I didn’t consider myself a writer though, despite having excelled in writing at school, or having kept a journal since I was fifteen. It wouldn’t be until my late twenties when I made the connection that I’d been writing for almost as long as I’d been reading, thus I felt it was okay to admit, I was a writer. From there it wasn’t long before I knew I was destined to wow the world with my short stories, novellas and novels At the time of this writing, I have four books in print. I didn’t go through a vanity press, or spend the days sending query after query to publishers and literary agents. Instead, I did everything except the printing and binding; from book cover design, to buying my own ISBN and building my own website. I found a book manufacturer close to home who took my manuscripts and turned them into printed and bound masterpieces