Book: Miss Nobody (Shaw Family Saga, Book 1) by Nicole Dunlapcategories: Book, Drama, Family Saga, African American, Love Story, Depression, Women's Lit, Young Adult, Family Secrets, Romance, Mother-Daughter Issues, Suspense
Nicole Dunlapabout this book: Miss Nobody is a family saga that takes you on an emotional rollercoaster about the disconnected relationship between a mother, Charlene, and daughter, Raven. I was inspired to write the story when I've worked with children who were neglected by their parents. The daughter, Raven, goes through issues of abandonment and gives a raw, character-driven depiction of what happenes--besides the twist, of course. Anyone can enjoy this story. I've been self-dubbed the "gumbo genre" novelist. This book is seasoned with drama, suspense, romance, women's lit and YA issues.
I came up with the title to portray the main character's state-of-mind throughout different points of the story. THe book cover is a creative display of Charlene's and Raven's emotions as Charlene is feeling the strings of guilt on her part.
The hardest part of writing this book is that it was emotionally daunting. My characters are three dimensional, in order for the reader to fully connect with their plight.
Writing this story has taught me that all things are possible, if only you just believe.
My final note to readers is for you to relax and let this story play with your emotions.
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