TM Brown

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What is your latest release and what genre is it? Struggles of the Women Folk – Genre: Historical Black American Fiction

Quick description: It is the story of a young black girl named Georgie growing up in rural Virginia in the 1940s. This was a time of discrimination and prejudice. The plot has lots of twists and turns.

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Brief biography:
Internationally recognized story-teller with a past that provides lots of material to write from!
• 1st book, A Life Not My Own, kicks down the secret door that Tina had worked so hard to lock away her insecurities, heartache and fears.
• 5-STAR-rated Just Between Us – Inspiring Stories by Women. Tina’s short story is a continuation of A Life Not My Own, providing just a tad more about her life as a young adult (not captured in my first book). Expect the unexpected …
Struggles of the Women Folk, is based on fictional characters with a storyline created from stories that her grandmother shared with her as a child.

Links to buy TM’s book:
Smashwords – eBook
Amazon Worldwide – eBook and print

TM’s promo links:
My Website
Facebook
Twitter
Goodreads

What are you working on now?
Continuation of Struggles of the Women Folk, currently un-named

TM’s reading recommendation:
Loving Nate by Janice Ross (Previously, Janice G. Ross has been a featured author on Reading Recommendations)

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What is your latest release and what genre is it? Jumping Ship (An introductory novella to the Island Hopping Series)

Quick description: The year was nineteen seventy-five. Barren couple, Pearl and Edward Riley stumbled upon a newborn baby girl. Her cries could only be heard by a true mother, which Pearl immediately became. Bundled up with their new child, they discovered a parcel of artifacts and a scribbled note that read: Sakkara. Pregnant seamstress, Petrina Dugal, became a runaway at the age of twenty-six. She ran away from a brutish husband, Roger, and a well-loved South American home in Georgetown, Guyana; at the heart of her rebellion – an enigmatic lover named Michael Chen. Pet and Mikey, as they became affectionately known, allowed love to blossom in front of her police officer husband and an intrusive community. Were they not aware of the dangers? Or did the pursuit of love trump obligations?

Sakkara Riley grew up with two loving parents – adoptive parents to be exact. She never knew the circumstances surrounding her discovery, until the age of sixteen. She embarks on a journey.

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Brief biography:
Janice was born in Guyana, South America and migrated to the USA in 1980. Although her citizenship certificate now reads the United States of America, she considers herself a citizen of the world. Sure, she has not physically been around the world and back, but she’s travelled in her mind and dreams. Janice enjoys distinct characters that she can love or hate, characters whom she can form alliances with or characters that she can swear off and despise.

Links to buy Janice’s book:
Amazon Author Page
Amazon Worldwide – eBook and print

Janice’s promo links:
Talk show: Cultural Cocktails with Janice Ross
Blogs: jgrwriter: Author Janice G. Ross & Cultural Cocktails: Author Janice G. Ross
Twitter
Facebook
Google+
LinkedIn

What are you working on now?
At any given time, I’m always working on several different novels. I’m working on the Island Hopping Series, and hope to release the next book shortly.

Book Trailer: Island Hopping Series

Janice’s reading recommendation:
I adore any and every single book written by Paulo Coelho. I believe I’ve read every English version book that he has released. If I need to select a specific one to recommend, I don’t believe that I could do so. Nevertheless, The Alchemist has been on the NY Times Bestsellers list for ages, so that would be a great start. I would also like to add that By the river Piedra, I sat down and wept is a gem.

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