Hurry Up and Wait

Hurry Up and Wait

by MS Christie C. Black

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Hurry Up and Wait by MS Christie C. Black

Hurry up and Wait...is a comical, romantic, and dramatic tale of three African-American female HBCU students in Atlanta, Georgia. Each girl comes from a different upbringing yet they meet on the come ground of living life in the moment and putting the future on hold. Chelle is the narrator of the story even though all girls speak from their own point of view. She comes from a two parent home with a seemingly normal family yet has been harboring a secret that continues to play a huge role on every decision that she makes. Chelle constantly searches for something to erase the hurt and finds that her current bo does it only temporarily, which causes her search to continue. While Shona on the other hand, is the life of the party, always the center of attention hence her full cheerleading scholarship and laundry lists of social engagements. She is the most undecided of the group and constantly pressed by her family of well to do Doctors and Lawyers more affectionately known as mom and dad. Shona lives life on the edge as she gets involved in a relationship that starts out in bliss and quickly takes a turn for worst. Last but not least, you have Trina short, spunky, flip-lipped and almost too much to handle. Being briefly raised in the North and living the majority of her life in the south she has the quick wits of a New York Hustler and the sweet talk of a Georgia Peach. This of course guided her right into the arms of a street pharmacist who needless to say was a lady's man. This ricocheted her into the grasp of a not so likely companion. Will these girls find what their looking for as they hurry through life....and tell their future to wait.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780982937402
Publisher: C. Black Expressions, Incorporated
Publication date: 10/28/2010
Pages: 278
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.58(d)

About the Author

Born and raised in Columbus, GA where she currently resides and is a Kendrick High School alumni. Christie continued her exploration of thoughts and feelings by graduating from Morris Brown College, Atlanta, GA with a BS in Psychology. In addition, she completed her MS in Community Counseling from Troy State University, Phenix City, AL. She also earned her MS in counseling and is currently a licensed practicing counselor (LPC) in the state of Georgia. She continued her educational pursuit by obtaining a certification in school counseling from Columbus State University. Currently, she is pursuing her doctorate in counselor education and supervision with anticipated completion date of January 2012.

Through her clinical experience she utilized poetry as a medium to aid individuals in their journey towards healthy emotional development. Christie has been published on Poetry.com and recognized on Writers.com. Her recent publication of Random Thoughts of a Perplexed, Relaxed Soul released in March 2008 has already sold many copies. The much awaited sequel Soul Cries will be released December 2010. In addition, her first fiction novel Hurry up and Wait will be released in October 2010. As Christie walks with God she has been able to infuse her poetry and creativity as an instrumental part of her ministry. This ministry has served as a way to allow God to use her as a conduit to Christians and non-believers alike, spreading the resounding message of hope, love, and faith. It is her desire that each reader will experience the emotion that is consistently put into each line, stanza, and prose of her writing.

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Hurry Up and Wait 2.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Nice reminder of the HBCU experience 
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It sucks and its slightly homophobic.