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Sarah Gordon Weathersby
Sarah Gordon Weathersby is a graduate of Drew University in Madison, NJ. She holds an MBA from Meredith College in Raleigh, NC. She is a retired Information Technology professional. Sarah lives in Raleigh with her husband, when they are not traveling from Agadir to Maui, riding camels or... show more

Sarah Gordon Weathersby is a graduate of Drew University in Madison, NJ. She holds an MBA from Meredith College in Raleigh, NC. She is a retired Information Technology professional. Sarah lives in Raleigh with her husband, when they are not traveling from Agadir to Maui, riding camels or bicycles.ADVENTURES IN BLACKFACE AND OTHER SHORTS is a short story and one of a selection of "shorts" retrieved from the cutting room floor. The short story centers on a black college freshman, Ruth, one of six black students in an otherwise white university in the 1960's. Ruth faces the challenge of the romantic advances of a white male student, and the racism of white faculty.TELL THEM I DIED is a romantic adventure that centers on the loves and lives of Angela and "Bodine" Beaudoin and their friends on the social networking site, Blaq-Kawfee.com. Angela and Bodine are retired and live in Raleigh, North Carolina. Every day they interact with friends all over the world on Blaq-Kawfee.com until Angela receives a phone call from Carlton telling her that his mother, A1QTEE, the owner/operator of Blaq-Kawfee died a month ago. Instantly, Angela smells foul play and finds herself working overtime, much to the chagrin of Bodine, to figure out what happened to her dear friend.MOTHERLESS CHILD - STORIES FROM A LIFE is Sarah's first published work, a coming-of-age-in-the-sixties-single-black-and-pregnant and on the way to Germany, memoir.
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Tweezle Reads rated it 13 years ago
A beautifully written memoir of a young woman's choice to give her baby up for adoption and then her search to find her child, this is a story that is written in a matter-of-fact way, but with love and tenderness without self-pity or drama. It is refreshing, memorable and inspiring and will most def...
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