Recent release "In A Square Triangle: Second Edition" from Page Publishing author S. Aminah Nialiah AKA Saundra Foster shares the story of a woman who overcomes devastating obstacles to achieve her dreams.
NEW YORK, Oct. 19, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- S. Aminah Nialiah AKA Saundra Foster, a former dance and drum student of the Artists Collective, has completed her new book, "In A Square Triangle: Second Edition": a captivating story of a woman who perseveres to reach success.
Mariea's dreams are no longer deferred. Mariea has come a long way away from the physical, verbal, and mental abuses that she had gone through. She had gotten to a place where she can now tell others since no one had to consider caring about her situation.
From a meager beginning to a personal awareness of her self-worth and worthiness, she is at a place where she wants to be. She can tell some of the stories that brought her there.
Author S. Aminah Nialiah AKA Saundra Foster is a former member of Fotoba, a performing dance and drum troupe founded by Abdoulaye Sylla of Guinea, West Africa; a former dance student at Phyllis Stone Dance School; and a percussionist with Joanne James-Richmond and the Practicing Umoja ensemble, formally Natural Roots. She has taken drama lessons under the direction of Rome Neal of Nuyorican Poets Cafe. Her poetry is in the National Library of Poetry. She lists A West Hartford Conservatory (Kingwood-Oxford) Collaboration, at Jacobs Pillar in Westfield, Massachusetts. She performed an opening drum call for a youth festival in Greensville, North Carolina, "Many Colors of a Woman," in Hartford, Connecticut, and many fund-raising events for the African Day Parade Committee, also in Hartford, Connecticut.
She danced and played drums at the SoNo Arts Festival, South Norwalk, Connecticut. The Dance and Drum Festival (two consecutive years) in Bloomfield, Connecticut; Kwanzaa and Black History Celebrations at the United States Postal Service on numerous occasions in Hartford, Connecticut; and numerous elementary and middle schools, colleges, churches, and civic and social events in the Greater Hartford community and surrounding towns, along with some off-Broadway productions in New York City in Yes (Damn It), at Trinity College in "Ti-Jean and His Brothers," written by Derek Wolcott, directed by Tony Hall, and The Hartford Stage Company in "Oedipus the King," written by Sophocles, directed by Jonathan Wilson, in her theater credits. She is a native of Connecticut by way of New York.
Author S. Aminah Nialiah AKA Saundra Foster writes, "We are starting to get accustomed to our new neighborhood and our neighbors, in our little gated community. Our kitchen and living room windows face our community. I can look out of the living room window and see the cars in the parking lots. These cars belong to my next-door neighbors from either side of my apartment, across the lot, and down the hill. There are extensions to our neighborhood. They are around the corners and in the back of our apartment. This complex is fairly large. It houses a lot of families and individuals. There are young, middle-aged, and older individuals residing here. They even have a playground."
Readers who wish to experience this remarkable work can purchase "In A Square Triangle: Second Edition" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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