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  • Dallas, TX
  • United States
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Hometown:
Rockford, IL
Currently Reside In: (City, State, Country)
Dallas, TX
I'm a . . .
Reader, Writer
Website:
http://foxxink.com
Have You "Freed Your Inner Book" Yet?
Yes
What You Need to Know About Me:
I'm the Self-Published Author of "Honey Lump" a historical fiction.

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Jul 16, 2010
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Honey Lump Excerpt Chapters 1-3 Enjoy!

ILegacyIt was 1913, October 26 Clarksdale, Mississippi. She was a blessed child born of a sacred forbidden love, but scorn as a bastard child of a bastard race, with skin pure as honey brown molasses rather than coffee extra creamed. She looked like her father's people though her complexion was tinted by hints of red hues; ancient Kemet was the dominant factor viewed as the X-factor and despised as a curse. Lucille was the legal name given her, but Honey Lump was her Indian name, which…See More
Dec 13, 2009
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"Happy Holidays! Join Actress Kimberly Elise (Beloved, Diary of a Mad Black Woman) in celebrating Sugar's 10th Anniversary! “Bernice L. McFadden's first novel begins with the brief, poetic description of a crime so startling that…"
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Honey Lump Excerpt Chapters 1-3 Enjoy!

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It was 1913, October 26 Clarksdale, Mississippi. She was a blessed child born of a sacred forbidden love, but scorn as a bastard child of a bastard race, with skin pure as honey brown molasses rather than coffee extra creamed. She looked like her father's people though her complexion was tinted by hints of red hues; ancient Kemet was the dominant factor viewed as the X-factor and despised as a curse. Lucille was the legal name given her, but Honey Lump was her Indian… Continue

Posted on December 13, 2009 at 4:30pm

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