The Mango Girl-Growing up being abused by her father, deemed unworthy of the love of her mother, ashamed of your upbringing, living in an environment that few survive, and no where to turn but within, The Mango Girl was determined her life wasn't going to end the way it began. From a very young age, Dr. Ava Eagle Brown learned the life lessons of perseverance and survival. In “The Mango Girl” is the courageous story of growing up in one of the poorest areas of Jamaica. Ava’s determination and courage gave rise to her belief that she was destined for more than her community could offer. The expected and ingrained recreational activities of sex, raising babies and going to the farm were not enough for this young girl. She taught herself fortitude, enough to forge a very different path than the one expected of her. Ava’s story starts in an area of high deprivation, even by rural Jamaica’s standards, where the need to find food often won over school attendance.New book by Dr Ava Eagle Brown-
Our second guest is Chad Pettit,his new book "Fate of The Watchman" delivers a supernatural, pulse-pounding adventure in which Lester Sharp is in for the longest second of his life and learns lessons to last a lifetime. If readers are looking for a feel-good novel that they put down and never think of again, this book is not for them. Pettit has crafted a novella that will make readers look at the world around them and be inspired to take the message of hope and redemption to this world.
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