The Butterfly Memoirs

What are The Butterfly Memoirs

Butterflies symbolize change, evolution, the shedding of the old and bringing out the new. Some people – women mostly – have marked themselves with colorful butterfly tattoos to commemorate a monumental change in their lives. This is true of the heroines in my stories. Each woman has or is about to experience a turning point in her life that puts her on a path of change. The same applies to the heroes of the stories (except no butterfly tattoos mark their bodies!)

The definition of a memoir is a story or narration told by a person first hand of their personal experiences.

 Hence, The Butterfly Memoirs.
The series is a collection of six stories told by the heroine and hero. It is Multicultural Romance and Women’s Fiction, addressing the realistic trials every woman and man face in a relationship. My goal as a writer is to inspire hope, bring comfort, and encourage anyone who may relate to these characters’ stories.
The first book, A Heart Not Easily Broken, has been three years in the making. It is set for publication this fall through 5 Prince Publishing.  I  look forward to sharing the story of Ebony Campbell and Brian Young.

For more features such as character bios, interviews, and book excerpts, visit The Butterfly Memoirs blog. Join in conversational blog posts based on subject matter addressed in the series. I look forward to hearing your opinions! Six Sentence Sunday post delve deeper into the story, so don't miss what's happening, so come back every week!

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