Water In A Broken Glass is published by La Callie Nous, a small press in New York. Set in Baltimore, Water tells the contemporary story of a young sculptor named Tonya Mimms, who meets the man of her dreams at the same time she meets the woman destined to be her reality. Water received great reviews and reached #6 on the Print-On-Demand Best Sellers list. It was recorded for the Maryland School for the Blind, is on Towson University’s Rainbow Lounge and Resource Library booklist, was used in a graduate level literature course at Wake Forest University, is ranked #17 on Accredited Online Colleges’ 20 Essential Novels For African-American Women list, and is mentioned in The Greenwood Encyclopedia of Multiethnic American Literature. At present, Lodge Street Films, an independent D.C. film company, is working on a screenplay for Water In A Broken Glass.
If you don’t read any other book this year, you need to read Water In A Broken Glass!
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