If you have visited my site before than you know than I'm a genre snob when it comes to choosing which books to read. Since, I also am one of Fabulosity Blog hostesses the privilege gives me an opportunity not only to learn about authors, but to share their great books. So, when I featured “STRUGGES OF THE WOMEN FOLK” by T.M Brown I for some reason was immediately drawn to it.
Ms. Brown has the ability in just a few opening lines transport you to another era. A time that sadly isn't too far back in our history. Most of us usually live a so called normal life, a life with a balance of good times and those not so good times. Other people seem to live almost charmed lives. T. M Brown's heroine sadly is one of those who has tragedy and despair fill her life.
That said, if you like when the author has a way with words and her style captures you page after page you will enjoy the time spent reading “Struggles of the Women Folk.” I know I did.
I don't believe in spoilers so I'll just say. In my mind's eye... I shared the fear Georgie felt in the school house... I walked down the dirt road with Georgie and her mother. I grieved with her at the betrayal of those she trusted...
Best of all, I thought about this story long after I finished reading it.
AND... isn't that the best reason to read any book.
Well done, T.M. Brown!
T.M. Brown is an 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. TM'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.
*Military service: 7 years - Enlisted
*Master of Science Degree in System Engineering - Regis University - Denver, Colorado
*Undergraduate Degree in Psychology - University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC)
Visit http://author-tmbrown.com/ and firstname.lastname@example.org
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BARNES AND NOBLE
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