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The Literary Showcase: LaDonna M Smith and Cherrye Vasquez

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On July 6th we will be interviewing LaDonna M. Smith author of  I Married Satan and Cherrye Vasquez, author of No Tildes on Tuesday.

LaDonna M. Smith's book is a detailed depiction of how SHE THOUGHT that she was married for four and a half years to the man of her dreams. However, once she filed for a divorce he filed for an annulment and won! How did he win the annulment case after almost five years of marriage? Because before...during...and after their "marriage", he was still married to someone else.
Cherrye Vasquez wrote No Tildes on Tuesday so that she could express to readers the complexities that may arise in children’s lives when they are not introduced and taught to appreciate both their heritages. When children, whether monoculture or multicultural, are taught early in life to embrace not only their heritage(s) and culture(s), but the heritage(s) and culture(s) of others: their school mates, neighbors and associates near and far, it only enhances and builds their self-worth as hearty and powerful individuals who are sure of themselves. Children should not fear loving and appreciating both and/or all of their heritages, or the heritages of others. Perhaps then, bullying will become a record low in our nation's schools.