The Putting Away (Peace in the Storm Publishing Presents)

The Putting Away (Peace in the Storm Publishing Presents)

by Sharel E. Gordon-Love

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780982967294
Publisher: Peace In The Storm Publishing
Publication date: 04/14/2011
Pages: 296
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.67(d)

About the Author

Born and raised in Plainfield, New Jersey, Sharel E. Gordon-Love started writing at the age of six, winning immediate recognition for her essays and short stories. Her first nonfiction work, “Is There Hope for the Black Male?” was published by Black Child Magazine in 1994.
Certified in Microcomputer Technology and Business Administration, Ms. Gordon-Love graduated from Berkeley College of Business in 1993. She is currently a student at Ashford University pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration.
A licensed evangelist in the Church of God in Christ, Sharel and her family attend New Reid Temple C.O.G.I.C., in East Orange, New Jersey. There she serves on the Administrative Staff, Youth Department, and Women’s Department ministries.
Mrs. Gordon-Love resides in North Plainfield, New Jersey with her family.

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The Putting Away (Peace In The Storm Publishing Presents) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
cwilliamsnewsome More than 1 year ago
The Putting Away is a story of a woman in denial of being physically abused, another friend who is desperately lonely to the point of almost cheating on her husband, and a third friend who seemingly has it all together. The plot thickens with the tale of a husband who loves his family, but has trust issues with his wife. The characters that Ms. Gordon-Love created are very true to life, and I could definitely feel their agony and happiness through the vivid language of the author. There were lots of twists and turns that kept me turning the page. As an avid reader, I enjoyed the storyline and I applaud the author for shedding a much needed light on the domino affect of domestic violence. In this story it entangles family and friends, which is just the way it happens in every day life. I look forward to the sequel since I need to know what happens to Denise when she moves to Atlanta, Ga.
OOSABookClub on LibraryThing 19 days ago
CommunicationDenise, Tonya and Lisa are the best of friends. They may not always see eye to eye, but they are there for each other when it counts. Denise has found the love of her life, or so she thinks, in Bernard. She soon realizes all that she has found in him is a violent drunk with a strong right hook. Bernard's violence not only wreaks havoc for Denise but also her ten-year-old son and her close friends. Tonya and her husband, Gary, are a God-fearing couple that on the outside seem to have the perfect marriage. On the inside Gary's neglect has turned Tonya to another man and Gary's pride won't allow him to move forward in saving his family. Lisa is loving life with her husband and new baby girl. Even though she's miles away in California she still has her finger on the pulse of the drama going on in her friends' lives and is only a plane ride away with a helping hand and sound advice. Lisa wonders will they be there for her if and when she needs them. "The Putting Away" by Sharel E. Gordon-Love is an excellent story, well written and put together. There were a few grammatical errors and issues with word spacing; it didn't distract the reader from the story. I think anyone reading "The Putting Away" will be able to get something from it. For me, I came away with the importance of communication. Communication between friends, family, self and, most importantly, God. I give this story a 5. Well done! Reviewed by: Alicia
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
it is an amazing book! Good JOB!!!
OOSABookClub More than 1 year ago
Denise, Tonya and Lisa are the best of friends. They may not always see eye to eye, but they are there for each other when it counts. Denise has found the love of her life, or so she thinks, in Bernard. She soon realizes all that she has found in him is a violent drunk with a strong right hook. Bernard's violence not only wreaks havoc for Denise but also her ten-year-old son and her close friends. Tonya and her husband, Gary, are a God-fearing couple that on the outside seem to have the perfect marriage. On the inside Gary's neglect has turned Tonya to another man and Gary's pride won't allow him to move forward in saving his family. Lisa is loving life with her husband and new baby girl. Even though she's miles away in California she still has her finger on the pulse of the drama going on in her friends' lives and is only a plane ride away with a helping hand and sound advice. Lisa wonders will they be there for her if and when she needs them. "The Putting Away" by Sharel E. Gordon-Love is an excellent story, well written and put together. There were a few grammatical errors and issues with word spacing; it didn't distract the reader from the story. I think anyone reading "The Putting Away" will be able to get something from it. For me, I came away with the importance of communication. Communication between friends, family, self and, most importantly, God. I give this story a 5. Well done! Reviewed by: Alicia