As the agent of record for Malika D. Dickerson (storyteller2010), I am asking you to read and rate her work, “The Truth About Sister Henry.” If you appreciate the work, please place on your bookshelf. I will be happy to do the same for you on her behalf.
A brief synopsis of this work is below. While I know that you are quite busy, I hope that you will take a few moments to review “The Truth About Sister Henry” will see this as time very well spent. I look forward to your comments and to reading your work in return.
Thank you in advance for your time and consideration.
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[She was my Aunt Linda, but most people knew her as Sister Henry. When a botched sinus surgery permanently disabled her, she began a life of physical suffering that would last more than two decades. Though she was in constant pain and lived with a collapsed lung for all of those years, she lived life encouraged. She had a way of lifting and encouraging everyone around her, even when she seemed to be dealing with more than any of us could handle. But almost two decades of loneliness, betrayal and heartache, had all conspired to bring her to the brink, teetering on that line that we all know is un-crossable.
This story centers around the night that God sent me in the spirit to the passenger seat of her car. The night she tried to commit suicide. This is the truth about Sister Henry.]
Please note that I am not asking you to back this book unless you enjoy the read and feel it worthy of your shelf.