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Black Child to Black Woman

Black Child to Black Woman
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An African-American Woman Coming-of-Age Story


Cheryl Denise Bannerman


Fiction, Urban


Book Description

Winner of the 2020 Best Books Awards in the category of African American fiction & Readers Favorite 2021 Readers' Favorite International Book Award Contest in the Urban Fiction category.


Written in diary format, you can read along as Tara speaks to you from the pages that hold her darkest secrets and deepest emotions. Her stories of triumph and tribulation as she grows from a black child to a black woman will make you laugh, cry, and gasp aloud.


In a review by Chic Lit Café: “From the very first journal entry, I was magnetically pulled in as every page of this tale came to life and fully gripped me…. I was shocked, yetinspired and filled with compassion and hope for Tara throughout the book.”


And, in a review by Vernita Naylor for Readers' Favorite: As I read Black Child to Black Woman: A Journey of Tremendous Proportions by Cheryl Denise Bannerman, I began to think about women like Maya Angelou and Oprah Winfrey. These two women are prime examples of how when our young lives are riddled with unfavorable occurrences, our choices and decisions make the difference. Just as Tara did in Black Child to Black Woman, as she transitioned from wife to mother, she began to see her life through different lenses. If you are looking for a true, gritty story about life in its rawest form, then Black Child to Black Woman: A Journey of Tremendous Proportions by Cheryl Denise Bannerman will fit the bill.“

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