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Meredith Etc will have a book sale at Jackson Cash and Carry’s Community Market, Sat. Jan. 27th.
THUR. AUG. 24, 2017. 6 PM. The Friends of the Richland Public Library will host a book talk featuring a Living Legend and award winning author Mary Haralson Coleman; she will discuss her memoir Mary’s Story & Song which covers the Jim Crow South, the Great Depression, the Civil Right era… 370 Scarbrough St. Richland, MS 39218. 601.932.1846.
More readers have been introduced to Meredith Etc books and sponsored books… Mary’s Story & Song, Reverse Guilty Plea, Starkishia: Estrella, Odyssey, My Brother J-Boy, Nashida: Visits the Smith Robertson Museum, and My A to G Activity Book (a Community Library Initiative book). http://www.meredithetc.com
| Starkishia reminds us that no matter who we are there is hope for us if we don’t give up, June 12, 2017
This review is from: Starkishia: Estrella (Paperback)
What an amazing look at what an individual can endure and still come out better on the other side.
Starkishia takes you into the life of the author, letting you feel what she experienced, read about what impacted her life at a young age and see how she was able to keep moving forward and succeeding. The author’s story will definitely inspire others to realize they are not what others say about them. They can choose to be the best of themselves and know that this is enough.
It also reminds us that everyone is worthy of love, and when you are able to find that individual or those who truly love you for you it will help to enhance your life in ways you could not have imagined.
One of those books that makes you appreciate where you are and what you have, realizing how it could all be gone tomorrow. Starkishia’s life is proof that in spite of the challenges we face there is hope for us all.
Meredith Etc authors are thankful for new readers who purchased Mary’s Story & Song, Nashida: Visits the Smith Robertson Museum, Everlasting Love Poems, James Meredith: Warrior and the America that created him, My Brother J-Boy, and Tragedy, Yet, Triumphant yesterday at Tougaloo College during the Veterans of Mississippi Civil Rights Movement’s “Jimmie Travis Civil Rights Legacy Symposium Series” March 29 – April 2, 2017.
Readers are enjoying Mary’s Story & Song because Mary Haralson Coleman’s memoir is inspiring. Her achievements in business, music, and as an author are outstanding.
Left: an Angelette. Center: Ms. Coleman; Right: Starkishia, Co-author, Mary’s Story & Song.