This review is a more than two years old, but it’s a timely one for me for obvious and perhaps not so obvious reasons.
One, I missed seeing this review the first time it was published in 2018.
During that time, I met so many amazing authors and readers.
And two, my other author website http://www.moniquedesirauthor.com had an untimely death, so a lot of the reviews I compiled there will have to be excavated from the web and added here. You see, when you have to choose between buying groceries and cute clothes for your children, it’s clear what has to be let go. It was a sacrifice that I had to make. So, the website had to . . . you know . . . erm . . . hmmm . . .ahem
All I have to say is I appreciate Charles’s review, and now will let it speak for itself. 🙂
The magazine’s entire review can be read here. ENJOY! 🙂
Monique L. Desir was born and raised in Florida. She's an educator who hasn’t quite figured out how to escape the Sunshine State and is surviving and thriving within its alligator-infested clutches with her husband and three sons. The daughter of West Indian parents (Haitian father, Jamaican mother), she loves learning about different cultures, languages and people. She binge-watches forensic television shows and Soca dances until she glows! Why? So she can have seconds on cake! Her stories have been published in FIYAH Literary Magazine, Nightlight Podcast, Colorism Essays and Poems anthology Volume 2, and Rivière Blanche's 2019 Dimension Uchronie short story anthology, and forthcoming in The Dread Machine. Find her on Twitter @moniquedesir.
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