NEW YORK (PRWEB) January 26, 2021
Kim L. Simon, an excellent storyteller, has completed her new book “Blood Relatives”: a gripping and potent narrative that follows the life journey of biracial sisters who grew up with the adversities of society and are still facing the never-ending cycle of challenges as they built lives of their own.
Simon writes, “This is a story about five biracial sisters who ran away from one white house that their relatives slaved in and other relatives lived in. Cathryn is the oldest. She spent her life preparing to live in the other White House. There are four other sisters: Gwendolyn, Claudia, Mayvelyn and Evelyn. Claudia and Evelyn are black. They have grown up around people that name-called them. From niggers to white trash. They became a commissioner, senator, mayor, doctor, and district attorney. Raised their children as princes and princesses. It was a grandchild that got the keys to the White House. Now they’re in the White House, where their blood relatives built it for the other blood relatives to work in. Oh yeah, did I mention that the sisters are Republican? The people of United Stated of America voted Cathryn’s grandson for president twice, and after his eight years, the people voted Gwendolyn’s son in for president twice. And then Cathryn’s grandson was voted back in for eight more years. They became royalty.”
Published by Page Publishing, Kim L. Simon’s captivating tale is a saga that circles around family and the issues that rise in the world around them.
Readers who wish to experience this work can purchase “Blood Relatives” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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