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I currently live in Panama City Beach. I moved here after college and spent some time wondering what I wanted to do with my life. After writing the beginning of the story that eventually became Aftermath I focused on it more and more over time until I became so invested in it that I felt I needed to continue and finish it regardless of whether it would result in success of any kind. During this process I realized how much writing could really be the career I've been looking for. I want to be able to travel the world and write while I do it.

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An African American woman living in the inner city, she has been a single mother juggling welfare checks, food stamps, boyfriends and husbands, illegal jobs, and home businesses to make ends meet for herself and her five children.

Her life's path has also wandered through the wilderness of crack addiction and prostitution, but her strong faith in God and her willingness to work hard for a better life pulled her through. Today, Turner is off welfare and is completing her education. She is computer literate, holds a job in the local school system, has sent three of her children to college, and is happily married. In this engrossing book, Sugar Turner collaborates with anthropologist Tracy Bachrach Ehlers in telling her story.

Through conversations with Ehlers, diary entries, and letters, Turner vividly and openly describes all aspects of her life, including motherhood, relationships with men, welfare and work, and her attachment to her friends, family, and life in the "hood.

What emerges from this book is a fascinating story of two women from radically different backgrounds becoming equal witnesses to each other's lives. By allowing us into the real world of an inner-city African American mother, they replace with compassion and insight the stereotypes, half-truths, and scorn that too often dominate public discourse. This book has taught me to not go on crack and to have a good relationship with my mother who is on crack.

Account Options Sign in. My library Help Advanced Book Search. Get print book. Sugar Turner , Tracy Bachrach Ehlers. University of Texas Press , M09 1 - pages. All her life, Sugar Turner has had to hustle to survive. User Review - Flag as inappropriate This book has taught me to not go on crack and to have a good relationship with my mother who is on crack. Selected pages Title Page. Table of Contents. Contents Tracys Introduction.

The List of Men. Welfare and Work. The Mr Lester Chronicles. Mother Daughter Sister Woman. Feeling Blessed. Bibliographic information. Tracys Introduction.

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An African American woman living in the inner city, she has been a single mother juggling welfare checks, food stamps, boyfriends and husbands, illegal jobs, and home businesses to make ends meet for herself and her five children. Her life's path has also wandered through the wilderness of crack addiction and prostitution, but her strong faith in God and her willingness to work hard for a better life pulled her through.

Onstage, a black singer croons and weeps of heartbreak, fighting back the tears. Wisps of smoke curl through the beam of a single spotlight illuminating the performer. For any music lover, that image captures the essence of an authentic experience of the blues. In Blue Chicago , David Grazian takes us inside the world of contemporary urban blues clubs to uncover how such images are manufactured and sold to music fans and audiences.

In the second installment of Flipping Numbers. As EJ continues flipping numbers the more addicting it becomes. It's an easy operation, that is until EJ's business partner and best friend ED gets caught up in some drama that begins to bring heat down on the operation. EJ made his first entry into the literary world in with his debut novel, Flippin Numbers. Growing up on the hard streets of Pennsylvania, his urban writing skills came natural. He found the love of writing at an early age when he started using it as an outlet to relieve some stress. It wasn t until later in life that he realized that his passion for writing was his destiny. He then took a leap of faith and signed with Good2Go Publishing.

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hustler 'cause she got on them cheap-assed clothes and thinks she's looking great. Look at that technician. He ain't And, that girl right there could be a jmservera.com Turner, ‎Tracy Bachrach Ehlers - - ‎Social Science.

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