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Book Review: The Secret Life Of Lucy Bosman

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The Secret Life Of Lucy Bosman by Rebekah L. Pierce The Secret Life of Lucy Bosman has truly opened my eyes to a world and time I knew very little of. The struggles and treatment of…

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Rewriting The Presentation of Women of Color in Women’s Literature

She is often treated in 19th Century literature as a product of sin or a whore to be saved or dismissed, but the story of the mulatto woman is much grander than this. In my newest novel, The Secret Life … Continue reading

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The Edutainment Value of Writing Historical Fiction

Happy New Year! Yes, I know I am almost 30 days late, but it’s better late than never, right? Well, I have started off 2014 with a lovely bang. Towards the end of 2013, I published my first historical fiction … Continue reading

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Why Write Historical Fiction: Releasing My Novel, Murder on Second Street

On August 1, 2013, I re-released my historical fiction novel, Murder on Second Street: The Jackson Ward Murders, to much hoopla. It was the second edition of the novel having first published it in 2010 after completing it for the … Continue reading

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