Looking for something to read this Fall? Like a great short story that you can immerse yourself in? I have two book on the horizon that I know will keep you busy on the treadmill, knitting some socks, or reading on the train. However you read, I promise these two books from Sonya Dickerson won’t disappoint you in the least.
A young mulatto man, working in the trade of peddling human flesh has a change of heart. He envisions a place where free people of color can live and grab a piece of the American dream that they were getting ready to fight for in the American colonies. To free themselves from the same kind of Tyranny that the Americans wanted from the British. However, where were these people coming from. He would have to free them first.
This will be hopefully a Kindle Single if selected, once submitted, and a short story about a slave rebellion. Good for a Sunday morning read or a read in front of the fireplace for the Fall. A great time to start a story.
Fragments of a Plague
Eileen Cake has just learned that her first born and only child is dead. She later finds out that he has died. Since putting him out of her house in the late 70s, she didn’t realize how his life had changed in such a short period. She also didn’t realize that a silent pandemic was growing. The only thing she has is his diary that he left, while she pieces together the fragments of his tragic and short life. She learns so much from the book about her son and about her self. She makes a decision in the end that will have consequences but she feels that it would be the last thing that she could do for her son.