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Daughter of Ernest StClair a Former US Soldier, and Erika Wittner whom was German. Both of whom passed away several years ago. Tammy was born and raised in Germany. She was married in her early 20s, and had two daughters, and is now the proud grandmother of three beautiful grandchildren
After the death of her mother, she decided to go to the US to meet her father in person. She started traveling back and forth to visit him in the US. Years after her divorce, she decided to take a different route in life, and left Germany to settle down in the US, mainly to become much closer to certain family members in the US; but also to move forward with her life long dream of becoming a successful writer. Over the years, she never really talked about her silent war she went thru growing up as a bi-racial child. Until she realized that her story might benefit others that have been through or still facing similar issues in life.
Before writing the book Between 2 Races, she's written over 300 unpublished poems, 2 published poems, 2 songs, and several quotes and vows. She is not a stranger to writing, but this book as she puts it, is the greatest challenge in her history of writing she has faced so far.
About the book
This book will take you on a journey of a Biracial young girl that grew up in a place and time where it was not Okay to look different . It's one thing to face racism, but how about facing racism along with being in a country like Germany in the early 70's
This book will make you laugh, it will make you cry, but most importantly, it will make you think. If you've ever wondered what could be going on in the mind of someone who is not only a little different because of her skin color, but her nationality was also an issue, then this book is a must read for you
Between 2 Races falls into the unique new genre of books titled "Heal-Lit" where author are sharing their unique stories to heal their communities
Triche Christmon is a graduate of Clark Atlanta University. Ms. Christmon received her Bachelor of Arts in Mass Media Arts Concentration Public Relations, with a minor in Business Administration in May of 1997.
Fresh out of college, Triche obtained employment with Enterprise Rent-A-Car. She attributes her foundation in sales and networking skills to the management training program with Enterprise, where she also learned the art of building a rapport and maintaining relationships.
Through-out the years Ms. Christmon had various jobs in, sales, advertising and marketing. In September of 2000, she co-founded Starlink Media Entertainment Group a small boutique publicity firm. Over the next seven years Starlink Media Entertainment Group had many trial, tribulations, clients and success. From 2000 to 2007 Starlink Media Entertainment Group were the Publicist for Carmen Bryan, New York Times Best Selling Author of “It’s No Secret”, which they helped to secure the publishing deal with Simon Schuster/ VH1 Pocket books. Starlink Media Entertainment Group was the PR firm for the How Can I Be Down Music Conference in Atlanta, Georgia and 2003 Co-Founder Stacy Mitchell headed up Urban Idol talent scouting showcase in Sacramento with huge success.
Now on hiatus with Starlink Media Entertainment Group, Ms. Christmon is excited to bring her skills of networking, marketing and communication to the masses with her newly created public relations firm Triche Christmon PR.
About the book
Chocolate Notes is a collection of poems that was created to flow like a relationship. In the beginning there’s attraction which leads to courting, and then the joy of falling in love. From there it’s the pleasures of sex, and then, there’s the dreadful breakup.
Renee Rochelle is a St. Louis native, mother of two teenage daughters, working in corporate america.
About the book
It’s a cold Tuesday night on the subway. You lock eyes with a tall, dark, handsome stranger. He follows you off the train and politely offers you a ride in his limo where you sip champagne and talk about your deepest desires. He pulls you down on the floor and makes passionate love to you. Hours later, as he is stroking your hair and feeding you strawberries, he confesses that he is a millionaire and that you are his soul mate…....wait. Did I say a cold “Tuesday night?” I meant Wednesday. Oh yah, as I was saying, you go to a home improvement store looking like sh*t, you meet a guy, you get excited. You get together, he seems interested, then after you become intimate, he tells you he wants to see other people but he still wants to be friends, you hate that sh*t, so you date other people but then you go back to dating that guy again. You realize you are in love but he still doesn't want a commitment. You stay by yourself for a while, then get lonely and start dating other people because you are just sick of it. You rinse and repeat. Yah that’s more like it. That sounds more like Single.
Michelle Robinson was born and raised in Oakland, CA. Oakland’s rich culture has laid the fabric for this story. She’s been doing hair for two decades. As a hairstylist, it’s safe to say she has also served as a therapist to her clients. She has heard and witnessed it all right behind her styling chair. From her experiences, she’s given advice to many and has watched people’s lives transition. With this driving force, she has finally penned her first novel.
About the Book
Journee and Jordyn are thirty-something year old twins with two totally different lifestyles. Journee is in love with Drew, her high school sweetheart that’s in prison. A phone call from him changes everything. After a fight, she decides to end their relationship and tries to move on but she has unfinished business with Jason, another ex-boyfriend. As she moves forward, she meets Jules who appears to be Mr. Right until all his baggage shows up.
Now Jordyn is living by her own rules but the problem is she hasn’t told anyone, but the drama begins when her secret is leaked on Facebook. She finds herself in a battle with her love life, family, friends and herself.
Follow these two as they take their family and friends on a turbulent ride into their lives as they discover they are worlds apart but are forever connected.