Interracial relationships, for dating and interracial marriage, are on the rise. That could be a sign that adults are ready to love based on what's inside someone. It's also a sign of changing times. Decades ago, interracial couples were attacked. Back then, love and romance were directly linked to skin color. Yet, that doesn't mean that everyone is open to interracial romance. If you or someone who you know is in love with someone but afraid to pursue a relationship because of skin color differences, tune into Off The Shelf Book Talk radio Saturday, July 8, 2017 at 11am/EST (New York City time).
Our special Off The Shelf guest on Saturday, July 8 at 11am/EST is Maria McKenzie. Maria is a former librarian, small business owner, wife and mother. She is also the author of the books "Masquerade," "Escape," "The Governor's Sons," "Revelation," "From Cad to Cadaver" and "Desere". Maria McKenzie's books explore interracial relationships. They mirror Maria's real life from that aspect.
Get an inside look at why love really has no color.
Witness what some characters will do to hide their true color and ethnicity just so they can fit into a majority culture.
Dial (347) 994-3490 to listen to Off The Shelf Book Talk Radio this Saturday, July 8, 2017 at 11am/EST
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