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Marian L. Thomas discusses her book "Color Me Jazzmyne"

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Color Me Jazzmyne is the fictional story of a jazz singer named Naya Mona, who later takes on the stage name-Jazzmyne. Raped by her father at the age of thirteen, she has a voice that commands the attention of its readers and takes them on a rollercoaster ride as she confronts a son whom she never got a chance to name. How do you tell your son that your father is his? Color Me Jazzmyne discusses real-life issues including Child Abuse, Rape, struggling to make money to live---these are all things women go through at least once in their lifetime. We all have many colors in our crayon box that reflect our emotions, past, present, and future. One woman takes readers on a journey through her life, and shows us what her true colors are.

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