Black Dresses Stain

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Dog Ear Publishing, 2006 - Fiction - 132 pages
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This book is for any woman who has ever loved a man. Every woman who has ever loved and hated; adored and despised; been loyal and betrayed; been in love and left alone; and had to find themselves again has issues they hide, emotions they deny and feelings that are difficult to reconcile - especially in today's society. This book speaks openly about love and relationships - addressing the consequences and rewards and sex and its pleasure and pain. The stories portray different woman and their lives - each of them struggling to carry on while hiding insecurities, secrets, and lies. Each of them triumphs in different ways. Each of them takes you on a journey - to feel what they feel but can never say. Embrace each character, breathe for them, and let yourself live again! About the Author Chalet A. Tranumn grew up in the rough streets of Bedford Stuyvesant in Brooklyn, New York. She learned early what it meant to be a survivor. In 1999, she wrote and directed the Off-Broadway production, The Sound of Love's Fire, and, in 2005, produced, wrote, and directed the film short, Boots. Ms. Tranumn currently holds a MA from Long Island University in English and another MA in Com-munications from New York Institute of Technology. She has also taught English as an Adjunct Instructor for the City University of New York. She lives in New York City and has two children.
 

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IV
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V
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VIII
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