Never Let Go

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Author House, Mar 14, 2011 - Fiction - 212 pages
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The story is set in the late 1990’s in a small Southern town and features Amina Jefferson, a young African American woman who recently celebrated two victories: college graduation and divorce. Amina struggles with living on a day to day basis because her abusive ex-husband enjoys wreaking havoc at every turn. With only a small circle of friends including the ladies at work and her older cousin Monica, she merely exists in her single life based on safe activities – reading, writing, and work until one day, with Monica in tow; she decides to venture out into the world. Taking one harmless risk at a casino puts into motion a series of events that transforms her simple secure world into a life changing ordeal. The memories of how she managed to turn her life around may haunt her forever.

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About the author (2011)

Amy R. Johnson was born and raised in El Dorado, Arkansas. Currently, she resides in Plano, Texas with her husband and two sons. She received a Master’s of Education degree at Louisiana Tech University in Ruston, Louisiana. Always passionate about teaching, learning, and helping others, she teaches high school English and she is the coordinator of an intervention program for at risk students. She loves reading, writing and spending time with family and friends. Her purposes for writing are to shine a “soft and empathetic” light on painful life experiences, provide hope, laughter, joy and promote a “love affair” with literacy.

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