Posts Tagged ‘ race ’

The Note Said, Your Mother Is My Mother

November 20, 2014

Fed up with being tied down by twenty-five years of domestic bliss and everyone else’s expectations, Abbie Palmer, struggling to find her creative self and asserting some independence from her husband, moves into the Tiki Palms. But as Abbie finds, in Gay Degani‘s debut suspense novel “What Came Before.” breaking away isn’t so easy. Especially when it involves cops, Molotov cocktails, Hollywood starlets, lost memories – and maybe an unknown half-sister… A note left on…

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The Harsh – and Timeless – Lessons of Politics

December 2, 2013
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Dante Jefferson Washington is a smart, young, black, religious conservative who wants to make his mark on the Washington D.C. political stage. But in Michael Harrington‘s novel “In God We Trust,” Dante’s lofty ambitions for public service are soon entangled in the web of partisan tribal conflict, religion, and money that defines our national political dysfunction. Dante, a social outcast because of his race and political ideals, seeks the love of a former college classmate,…

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Race in a Dystopian Future

August 2, 2012
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One thing you have to love about indie fiction, it defies easy categorization. And such is certainly the case with Victoria Foyt‘s book “Revealing Eden” (Save The Pearls Part One) She calls it a “fantasy sci-fi adventure romance” .. Read an important message about this book and this interview Doomed unless she mates soon, Eden Newman, a white Pearl, hopes a Coal from the dark-skinned ruling class will save her. But when she unwittingly compromises…

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