Millicent Bradford
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What am I reading?  I started Black History Month off reading an excellent book by my home-girl and fellow Author, Dr. Annette Williams.  I grew up literally a stone's throw from this Author.  Who knew that we would grow up and actually become authors?  Well…I think we each knew what we would do individually.  We just did not know the goals, dreams, and desires for each other.  I am so proud of Dr. Annette Williams and wish her continued success!  Now, down to the business of words.  This book is a great read and not because I know the Author personally.  It will make you laugh, it will make you teary eyed, and the characetrs are so real and very memorable.

This 271 page novel takes you on the journey of Millicent Bradford, a biracial female that grew up in foster care.  As you can imagine, her foster care years were not the best and of course she wants to find her birth parents and siblings.  By chance she meets Dr. Doggins and the journey begins on not only the search for her birth family, but the journey of learning about her self and developing into the woman that she should be at this point in life.  Dr. Doggins' life is very interesting before Millicent comes along and the various peers and patients help to propel tjis story forward on an unforgettable journey.

Happy Reading,

Pamela Jarmon Wade


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Posted on Feb 3, 2015

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