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Click on the titles to read more about the books we are giving away this time. We will be giving away the following books to 1 winner. To enter follow the rules below. No purchase is necessary. Must be 16 yrs or older to enter.
~~1 Winner Gets all of the books below ~~
BIRDWILD by Bobbi Simmons (Paperback)
It is a heartwarming story about the true meaning of family and togetherness. What the main character and protagonist Bree uncovers is that in her own family, skeletal enigmas from the past run deeper than the roots of the tall pine trees that stand along the side of the pastured fields of the Breeze farm, and that all will be unveiled.
MEDITERRANEAN SUNSET by Yvette Canoura (Paperback)
When Fatima was growing up in the affluent neighborhood of Kalorama in Washington D.C., she never imagined that her father, an ambassador, would force her into an arranged marriage that would take her across the world. After graduating from college, Fatima is thrust into the bed of a ruthless military man with revenge on his mind. Away from family and friends in a foreign country, she gradually accepts her fate… until an encounter with a handsome doctor ignites feelings and desires that jeopardize her life as she is torn between an unrelenting husband and a forbidden liaison. Her choices will uncover secrets that will unravel a chain of events that will change her life forever.
BLAC SHEEP: A BLUE EYED NEGRO SPEAKS OF ABANDONMENT, BELONGING, RACISM AND REDEMPTION by Ray “Ben” Studevent (Paperback)
The odds were stacked against Ray Studevent from day one. Born to a White, heroin-addicted mother and a Black, violently alcoholic father, his childhood in Washington, DC, was a chaotic mix of substance abuse, death, and neglect. Salvation came at age five when he was adopted into a loving, stable home by his father’s uncle Calvin and his wife Lemell. But that is just the beginning of the story. . . . A suddenly widowed Lemell must raise Ray and her two daughters as a single mother in Chocolate City. Each time she looks into Ray’s blue eyes, she sees the Klansmen who tormented her family as she grew up in segregated Mississippi. Ray is White on the outside and Black on the inside. Lemell does her best to keep him on the straight and narrow as he navigates the social minefield of living in the Blackest part of the Blackest city in America during a time of notorious racial tension. As Ray learns the hard way, there are guidelines if you are Black, different rules if you are White, but only confusing messages for mixed-race children who must fight for acceptance as they struggle to find their identity—long into adulthood. This unforgettable memoir reveals universal truths through faith and great humor. It is a search for who we are, where we fit, and who we can become. It shows us what is possible when we trust our hearts and follow a path of love.
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