Urban Fiction: BRENDA'S GOT A BABY
by VINCENT MORRIS
Well written and very vivid attention to details.
Urban Fiction: BRENDA'S GOT A BABY.
Brenda was thirteen years old and having a baby. She was jobless, just beginning her education, and no one in her house had a man. After her child’s birth, her frustrated mother tosses her out onto the cold and unfeeling streets. Along the way Brenda is met with opposition by unfeeling drug dealers, pedophiles, perverted teachers, crime, poverty, and a system that doesn’t care about her.
As she continues on in her journey she meets a series of people that teach her to care about herself and improve her child’s well - being. Although the journey is filled with pitfalls, Brenda is transformed from a little girl into a strong sista whose future is limitless.
The author is quoted as saying, “No one in literature cares about the black girl in the hood, nor do they write about them with any degree of love or understanding, and that includes black authors. This novel gives you all the love, insight, and understanding that is missing. Real talk.” Brenda’s Got a Baby is a fast paced, introspective look into the life of a teenage mother and rising above adversity. A must read.
Check Out What One Reader Had To Say Below!
By Shoulanda August on January 26, 2015
Well written and very vivid attention to details. A story that was positive and down right real. We all know the song but the story is inspirational. Through ups and downs, Brenda finally got out of her hood mentality that most of us have and d I'd something with her life. This was a great journey, join it and walk through the shoes of a thirteen year pregnant with a baby.
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