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THE BLACK WOMAN CATCHING FANS LIKE WILDFIRE

Kaaronica Evans-Ware discusses new book in FIRE & CLAY trilogy

Atlanta, February 22nd, 2021/Scholart Agency/

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No one should have to miss out on a great read affirming Black American HUMANITY. Readers will enjoy learning about all-too-forgotten African heritage through history weaved into the drama of two women on a spiritual journey. I was pleasantly surprised with the amount of times I found myself laughing at light comedy and more so the creative tension of it all. There is nothing left with this Historical “Fantasy” peppered with Paranormal Romance, Women’s Fiction and Humor. 

Fire & Clay is the first book of a trilogy that’s garnered only above average reviews domestically and abroad. With a proven market for the novel and a cult following in Atlanta and New York African-American Sufi Muslim communities, professors have assigned FIRE & CLAY for cultural courses.

People are looking for heros, especially sheros and Zamar certainly qualifies as one. 

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