Anjuelle Floyd | Stories of Women Making Things Right and Healing Relationships With Their Mothers

  ~~Anjuelle Floyd~~       … stories about women …                                                             … making things right with family and friends …      … resolving difficulties with intimates and significant others …                                                                                         … by bridging the divide, and mending wounds with their mothers … […]

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Of Vipassana, Abandoned Dreams, and “The Map of True Places” …

I ended my last blog asking readers, “Are you a Tiger Mom? Cheetah Mom? A fierce feline mother of great prowess? If so, what is your story?
What hopes and dreams do you hold for your daughters and/or sons?
What are your passions?
Are and if so, how are you living them out?”

On reading the last three questions I realized that I had segued into new territory.

The hopes and dreams we hold for our children lie

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Of Scott Pratt, The Writer’s Predicament and Hilary Rosen …

Fellow author, Pamela Samuels Young, recently forwarded, as she did to 30-40 others, the link to an genre author, Scott Pratt’s new blog, The Writer’s Predicament.

While I have not read any of Mr. Pratt’s five legal thrillers I will say that if his novel writing style holds any of the similarities he had exhibited in the few blog posts of The Writer’s Predicament, I will start touting his work. 

Needless to say I am a fan of his blog.

After opening the e-mail containing the link to his blog, I immediate clicked over and began reading his posts.

Scott’s warm, style combined with

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Excerpt from “Seasons in Purdah–A Novel”

What happens when your best friends are two men and you marry one of them?

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This is the case for 35-year-old Sahel Ohin.

As a child Sahel, spent the afternoons of spring and summer making mud cakes. Titus brought the water, Carl the dirt from his mother’s flower garden. All three lived on the same street in Oakland, California. After mixing the dirt and water Sahel poured the mud into tin pie pans her mother had discarded. Titus and Carl would then place the pans filled with mud in the sun to dry.

This was their work.

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Tonight! Anjuelle Floyd Live Video AuthorChat

Tonight! Anjuelle Floyd Live Video AuthorChat

Intimacy, Revelation, and Redemption

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DATE: June 5th, 2011
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Radio Interview | Anjuelle Floyd with Robert Batista of “The Funky Writer”

Download and/or listen to my interview with author, Robert Batista, host of The Funky Writer talk radio show, where I discuss my soon to be released, novel The House, my collection of short stories, Keeper of Secrets…Translations of an Incident, and my process of writing, advertising and how I use my website for marketing and networking with readers.

You can also here me read an excerpt from The House at The Funk Soul Cafe hosted by Robert Batista.

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Radio Interview | Anjuelle Floyd with Carolyn Denise

Download and/or listen to my interview with host, Carolyn Denise, as I discuss on her blog talk radio show, my, soon to be released, novel, The House, and my collection of short stories, Keeper of Secrets…Translations of an Incident.

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