In the Mirror is coming along great. I’m editing the book like crazy. I ran into a few roadblocks, but now I’m up and running again. The edits to the book are making it such a better book than it was before. Everyone word connects to the story and helps you understand the characters and experience this world like never before. I can’t wait to finally release this new and interesting take on the other woman to the world. Thanks for waiting. You will not regret it.
Who is the other woman? What does she want? How did she become the other woman? What does she have to endure, accept, ignore and sacrafice in order to keep her status as the other woman? Is the other woman lonely. Does she have low self-esteem? Is she mentally unstable? How long will she be content with being the other woman? Is she content with being the other woman? Does she believe it’s worth it to be the other woman? We she get the prize in the end? Does the other woman have low expectations for men? What does the other woman get from being the other woman? How does the other woman cope with being the other woman? Is the other woman your mother, sister, best girlfriend, aunt? What exactly do you say about the other woman? What exactly do you say to the other woman?
Join me Saturday, May 19th at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum. I will be reading and discussing In the Mirror.
The other woman is your friend, your sister, your aunt, your mother. Is she a hateful person? Is she horrible? Can you understand her?
What would you say to the other woman?
Read In the Mirror. I guarentee you have not seen the other woman in this way before. I doubt that the other woman has seen herself in this way.