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5 Minutes, 5 Questions With…
Michele L. Waters, author of Through the Eyes of My Mulatto Daughter
(Crystall Clear Publishing)
In the late 1960’s in Selma, Alabama, an interracial couple, Richard Adams and Marilyn Halston encountered relentless ridicule, threats, and even beatings by white southern racists – all for the sake of love. The couple escaped that place and time by migrating to the West when they married â€“ for Marilyn this was just the beginning of her tormented future.
Brittney Adams, their daughter and founder of Ebony Eyes, a home for troubled pregnant teens, discovers an unspeakable secret her parents had concealed for over thirty years. Brittneyâ€™s persistent unraveling of the truth forces the family to come face-to-face with the demons from their past.
Still distressed and afflicted – Brittney is faced with yet another challenge. A new resident, a sixteen year old pregnant teen, Angela, is being stalked by a mysterious man. As Brittney tries desperately to protect her mom and now Angela, a deadly accident takes place in the Adamsâ€™ home.
Through The Eyes Of My Mulatto Daughter is a heartfelt story full of mystery. This story will keep you on edge wondering who done it and why as Michele L. Waters takes you on this journey of a family’s struggle and endurance of racism, heartache and abuse.
Joey Pinkney: Where did you get the idea and inspiration to write Through the Eyes of My Mulatto Daughter?
Michele L. Waters: The inspiration behind Through They Eyes Of My Mulatto Daughter came from seeing and hearing or hearing about verbal and emotional Continue reading 5 Minutes, 5 Questions With… Michele L. Waters, author of Through The Eyes of My Mulatto Daughter