No Names To Be Given by Julia Brewer Daily | Book Review

No Names To Be Given fictionalizes the mixed bag of adoption in the 1960s, as experienced by three unwed teenaged mothers from different backgrounds, who meet at a maternity center in New Orleans. There’s Faith, the daughter of a evangelist whose dreams of music ministry are cut short when she is raped. There’s Sandy who…

Glimmer As You Can by Danielle Martin | Book Review

Glimmer As You Can is Danielle Martin’s ode to a long ago past and how a community of women sacrifice for the pleasure of shared company, the opportunity to motivate and support each other and how they grow in spite of and away from their circumstances. The novel is set in 1962 at a time when…