The Belly of a Woman
GAB Publications, 2009 - 210 pages
This book is a collection of poetry chronicling my life?s experiences. It?s geared towards women empowerment. I talk about a lot of taboo subject like abortion, fornication, adultery, vanity and betrayal. As well as spirituality, love, motherhood, entrepreneurship and life purpose. Not only do I talk about these things but I explain how I have learned from them. Gut wrenching issues told in the rawest form. Things only a woman can give birth to.#13; #13; #13; #13; The Belly of a Woman#13; #13; In this no holds barrd tell all Shanet Dennis gives you her gut wrenching story in the rawest of forms. The Belly of a Woman is more than an autobiographical poetry book. This collection of poetry chronicles the life experiences of a young woman loved, scorned, betrayed, scarred by abortion, weakened from giving her power to men, and searching for a purpose in life. Growing tired of shouldering her problems, she inherited a desire and unfailing courage to finally change her situation for the better. #13; #13; ?Shining light on the behavior and reasons why so many young women and men are unhappy, and go through life not realizing, not knowing that they have choices. The Belly of a Woman encourages that even happiness can be a choice?it just takes work to get there, but it?s so worth it.?- Anne Kempner Fisher, Literary Editor#13;
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