No Blood in the Turnip is a creative nonfiction narrative depicting the emotional struggles of an African American family based on codependency. Maple's story describes a journey of codependency that followed her from childhood through adulthood, and she shares intimate details about how substance abuse and a dysfunctional home environment can affect families. The story is compelling with raw dialogue and it is a testament of faith for those going through trials and tribulations.
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About the Author
Maple Sudds Bernard, aka Georgann. Born in 1944, she is a native of Shreveport, La., Reared in the community of Mooretown by her Grandmother, Olivia. A lifelong member of Morning Star Missionary Baptist Church, a 1962 graduate of the first class of Bethune High School. Retired from AT&T in 1995.