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Happy in a Sad World
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|October 27, 2018

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Happy in a Sad World
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|October 27, 2018

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The Black Pentecostal Church: My View from the Pew
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|June 14, 2016

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The Black Pentecostal Church: My View from the Pew
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|June 14, 2016

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Screen Door: A Memoir
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|May 14, 2014

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The Black Pentecostal Church: My View from the Pew
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|June 14, 2016

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The black Pentecostal church, once the pillar of the community and the standard bearer of the Christian faith was seen as that sanctified, set-aside church, where people came to receive Salvation. The Pentecostal churches comes in every race, creed and color;…
Screen Door: A Memoir
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|May 15, 2014

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Sharon Smith reaches deep down and recaptures the torturous times of her childhood growing up in Harlem, New York. From kindergarten through high school, her experiences accelerated her awareness of lifes unyielding challenges. She met the hard and bitter reality…
Lonely Woman: A Book of Poetry & Other Writings

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The book “Lonely Woman”…A Book of Poetry and Other Writings is about personal experiences, experiences beyond the realm of tangibility beyond the normal character of life the poetry and the art compliment eachother. This is a story in verse from a woman who is…
My Life At the World Trade Center
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|January 21, 2012

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The World Trade Center stood tall and majestic, glistening in the sun, beckoning me to enter into its tall glass revolving doors one summer day in 1979. I worked there for 21 years, until it was tragically destroyed on September 11, 2001. While the book recounts…