TBR List! We're Going to Need More Wine by Gabrielle Union “searing and powerful” (Washington Post) “[Gabrielle Union’s] written a book of essays as raw and honest as anyone has ever produced. In this fantastic book, she discusses everything from sexual assault to the complexity of money in relationships to infertility (plus all the … Continue reading Wine, you say?
Today I'm thrilled to introduce you to the talented author Victoria Dougherty. The following is a piece written by Victoria called Herein Lies the Truth. You can find more stories in her book linked at the bottom of this blog called COLD, Essays on Love, Faith, Family and Other Dangerous Pursuits Herein Lies the Truth By … Continue reading Cold
A Gift of Silence By Joan C. Curtis The man stood outside the store window, shifting from foot to foot. I’d have probably gone right by him, but as I passed, he looked me straight in the face, sending a chill up my back. Mystified, I found a place in the shadows and … Continue reading Meet #RWISA Author Joan Curtis
Es Cana, Ibiza, Spain - August 1977 Jose took an immediate dislike to me. He worked as a waiter at the Panorama hotel near the seafront. I had been there to see Diane, an English girl I met while at work in Grannies Bar. Petite and with short blond hair, she had … Continue reading Meet #RWISA Author Robert Fear
WOMAN He calls me Woman because that’s the way some men refer to their wives in this part of the world. He calls me Woman! But I have a name. Ngozi is alone in her house. She sits all alone in her well-furnished parlor, on a love sofa, reading a magazine. Beside her … Continue reading Meet #RWISA Author Mary Lo-Bamijoko
Not Interested, by Lynn Hobbs “Cordell.” A booming voice called his name above the chatter of the crowded café. Cordell perched sideways on a swivel stool. “What’s up?” An older man approached, narrow reading glasses sliding on his nose. His bald head glistened. “Mr. Moore.” Cordell stood, and they slapped each other on … Continue reading Meet #RWISA Author Lynn Hobbs
Meet Author Michelle Abbott. Her "story" blows me away! The 136 I can do this. I can make it. Wet hair plastered to my head, gasping, I propel myself toward my target. The 136 bus. My heel catches on a crack in the pavement. My ankle twists sideways, sending a sharp pain … Continue reading Meet #RWISA Author Michelle Abbott