Some Sunday

  • Title: Some Sunday
  • Author: Margaret Johnson-Hodge
  • ISBN: 9781575669168
  • Page: 166
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Some Sunday With all the drama insight and wit of the critically acclaimed Butterscotch Blues Some Sunday pulls readers back into the lives of a young woman and the three friends who help her cope with new cha
    With all the drama, insight, and wit of the critically acclaimed Butterscotch Blues, Some Sunday pulls readers back into the lives of a young woman and the three friends who help her cope with new challenges, new lessons, and new loves in the aftermath of loss.

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    About Margaret Johnson-Hodge


    1. Margaret Johnson Hodge is the author of several books that have received national acclaim She is a winner of the 1998 Reviewer s Choice Awards, for The Real Deal Butterscotch Blues made the Blackboard Bestsellers List, the Essence Magazine Bestseller List and Black Expressions Book Club 2000 Book of the Year coming in at number 6 A New Day made the Mosaic Magazine What s Hot Top Five Fiction List five 5 times and True Lies made the Black Expressions Best Sellers List in 2002 Margaret has garnered rave reviews from Publisher s Weekly, The Quarterly Black Review, Essence Magazine and Ebony Magazine.She has been featured in major papers in her hometown, was a guest speaker at Georgia s Writers, Inc Her novels True Lies , Some Sunday and Butterscotch Blues were Main Selections for Black Expressions, and The Real Deal , A New Day , Warm Hands , A Journey To Here and This Time were alternates selections Both Showtime and Hallmark Hall of Fame have considered her books for movie options and with the release of her sixth novel True Lies , Publisher Weekly declared Johnson Hodge s popularity continues to grow Audiences tired of shallow buppie antics will respond favorably to the earthy dramas she describes Her seventh novel, A Journey To Here was released to great reviews and the book garnered her a nominee for Author of The Year.In 2005, Margaret donned a new cap publisher and released her eighth book This Time , through her own publishing company Sutton Place Publishers, Inc This Time was well received by both critics and readers a like Born and raised in New York, Margaret no longer lives there, but New York is where her heart remains She continues to craft stories about the great city in which she grew up and looks forward to telling of them.A mother and full time author, she writes on a near daily basis, rarely taking a break from her craft There is always some story inside of me, is how she sees it and I just try and get it told.


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    1. Some SequelIn New York City, Sandy deeply grieves the death of her beloved husband who succumbed to AIDS. As Sandy struggles to regain her equilibrium, finds herself relying heavily on her brother-in-law, Winston, (the near mirror-image-of-Adrian who’s more than willing to offer support and other things) and struggling with her feelings toward Randall,a contractor, her first outside interest since Adrian’s passing. She’s on a path of healing and self-discovery that takes many twists and tu [...]

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    2. OH MY This sequel was perfect from start to finish. Margaret Johnson-Hodge does a splendid job picking up the pieces of our four ladies. Sandya new widow, who falls for the comforts of her brother-in-law in order to safe guard herself from the hurt of loving the handy man, Randall, whose fear has him running from her. Masterful Marthae brilliant A.D.A finally finds out that she can't live in a bottle and she wants more than her badge and Calvin is just the man to give it to her. Janicea crazy be [...]

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    3. A good read about what happens after you get infected with HIV and decide to love again.

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    4. Not only did I LOVE this story I had the honor of meeting the writer. She is an awesome woman!

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