"TINE" | Wounded Women

By by Audrey Ophelia

Draft 1 Posted Date: 1/20/2014

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Genre:

Narrative Nonfiction

Word Count:

14,635

About the Book:

Tine was a mulatto women who had a hard time being herself. She was born in a share croppers in 1935. She different from the rest of her siblings. She was given away to her grandmother to raise when she was three and later came back with a vengeance destroying everyone in her path.

About the Author:

I was born in Virginia. My parents were entertainers. I had a life of excitement and party. There was a lot a drama. I got a lot of my ideas for the book from my mother's life story. I read mostly self-help and spiritual rejuvenating books. I have dabbled in almost every religion and decided to put my faith in Aliens.

Author's Note:

This book touches upon some of the reasons why African American are literally mixed up. This book tell the like of a mulatto women who never really had a place in her family nor society. It tells search for true love and how she tried to achieve this through the hateful spirit that had been instilled in her as a child. She ruined so many lives and her own and died miserably and hatefully.

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