Odyssey of a Black Woman: The Life

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Xlibris Corporation, Oct 6, 2010 - Biography & Autobiography - 96 pages
Bringing together all the memories that shape the author’s life, Odyssey of a Black Woman is an inspiring memoir that relates Reece’s odyssey. Here, she narrates how she, as a young girl, endured the pain of getting no attention from her parents—her father was focused in his church, while her mother was busy in her work. As she evolved into a young lady, she took every chance of getting attention and happiness until she found the man whom she thought would complete her life. But little did she know that her marriage with this man was the beginning of her arduous and tormenting life. She had to deal with a drunkard, happy-go-lucky, most of the time irresponsible, and a problem husband. But later on, she found her own family at her side. Though her father’s death aggrieved her so much, she was still proud to be a preacher’s kid. From then on, she faced life with power and positivity—a warrior armed with love, faith, and upbeat emotions. Throughout this book, readers will find a story of a woman who faces a childhood of emptiness, an adolescence of passion and careless decisions, a marriage of pain and suffering, and a new life filled with goodness. The Odyssey of a Black Woman is a story of pain, love, loss, redemption and renewal. For more information on this book, interested parties may log on to www.Xlibris.com.
 

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Contents
5
Authors Notes
9
Family
11
Getting Out
18
The Move
25
The Love Never Stops
33
The Return
41
PK Preachers Kid
94
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