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Strings of Color

3.84 of 5 stars 3.84  ·  rating details  ·  19 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Life can grab a hold of you like captivating strings of color. It is a lesson that four women will learn as they each travel down a journey filled with lies, betrayal, and shocking secrets.

Simone. Is immensely talented, yet everything she has ever known will be ripped apart. Her love will be tested. Her heart will call out for a strength that could only exist in moments l
Paperback, First, 368 pages
Published April 1st 2012 by L.B Publishing
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Wowzer! What can I say about this painfully beautiful book of lies, deceit, secrets, pain, and love? I can say read it and experience The Strings of Color for yourself. How can one family experience so much pain? It was beautifully written. I don't know why but every time I picked up this one to read, I could hear Lalah Hathaway singing on the background of my mind. This book is not for the faint of heart and not for those that are struggling with any type of sexual abuse but if you can believe ...more
Welcome Marian L. Thomas to Writer’s Corner. Marian is visiting us via Chick Lit The New Black Blog Tours.


Simone, Naya, Mona, and Misty all have a connection they find through circumstances. Naya suffers a great loss in her life but might find something more if her heart is open to it. Mona has secrets and is afraid of what those secrets might reveal to the important people in her life. Simone makes an important discovery about her past but will she have courage to move forward? Misty
A quote starts each chapter in the book and I felt it was the way to start this review.

"Everything we go through in life is like a string of color, which pulls us this way or that." She said as she crossed one sting over the other. "That's how come we get so twisted in life. Can't grab our own strings and pull them in the direction we want them to go. No, we allow someone to not only hook us but to sting us along."

The plot follows 4 women and the men around them. Simone, a talented young singer
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Title: Strings of Color
Author: Marian L. Thomas
Pages: 368
Year: 2012
Publisher: LB Publishing
Note: I received a complimentary copy for my honest review from the author.

What an amazing story! I’ve got to say it took one day to read; I simply couldn’t put it down! I wasn’t sure if I wanted to read it at first because I was “judging a book by its cover.” The cover is beautiful, but I didn’t know anything about the author, story line, and I couldn’t tell by the cover what the book was going to be abo
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Hometown: Oak Park, Illinois
Current Residency: Atlanta, Georgia
Degree: Bachelor of Arts, Business Communication, Magna Cum Laude

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