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Taking Care Of Henry (Book) - 7/15/2012 1:53:45 AM
Because this is the unedited journal of a woman trying to piece her thoughts and life together following great family tragedy there are some grammar, and other gaffs which I do not find detract at all from the reading or the message the writer wants to convey. Having lost my own father to what in those days was called, OBS, Organic Brain Syndrome, which presented so many of the symptoms Michelle lists along with facing the fact that our Daddy no longer knew US, was an especially difficult situation for my Mom and my sisters. Mom, as Writer Michelleís mother was adamant she did not want Daddy in nursing care, on the other hand, Daddyís care, as Michelleís family discovered with their father at last was such that trained nursing care was necessary. It is a hard decision to face at best. That having been said; Taking Care of Henry presents a good reference work needed today. I can see this book being used during grief and other counseling sessions as an aid to encourage family and spouse of those suffering from irreparable, debilitating situation whether Alzheimerís disease or other similar situation. Taking Care of Henry is sure to capture the interest of readers facing the realities of tragedy of life be they black or not. Happy to recommend Jeanette Michelleís Taking Care of Henry. Molly's Reviews

Millicent Quinones (Book) - 7/15/2012 1:40:04 AM
Filled with noteworthy persona, writer Michelle crafts a fast paced work of creative writing peopled with true to life characters, first-rate detailed settings, a convincing storyline and a suitable of not all inclusive conclusion. Millicent proves to be a strong, clever woman filled with resolve and fortitude, as is often found in life receives little recognition for it beyond her own family and friend circle. The rogues of the work are suggestive of occurrences and individuals who fill the evening news now and then. Happy to recommend Jeanette Michelleís Millicent Quinones for readers who enjoy quick paced slice of life type action drama. Molly's Reviews

You Can't Save Them All (Book) - 1/29/2011 11:37:45 PM
You Canít Save Them All is writer Michelleís third fiction novel. This particular work precedes novel number four, Millicent Quinones, which is actually the prequel to Mycall, book two. When Jeanette Michelle first approached me regarding reviewing her books; her question was whether I would mind reviewing books written from a black perspective. I assured her it was no problem for me despite the fact that I am not black. And, Iím happy to say, that You Canít Save Them All has proven to be an excellent read written with a black viewpoint, using a black voice and offered by a black woman author. I enjoyed the read very much. Filled with notable personality, writer Michelle crafts a fast paced thriller filled with convincing characters, excellent detailed settings, a credible storyline and a satisfactory conclusion. Ethel is a strong, witty woman filled with insight and determination. The scoundrels of the work are evocative of some of the instances and persons who fill the evening news now and then. I hope writer Michelle has another narrative or two featuring attorney Ethel Reynolds planned for future writing. read full review on mj hollingshead den page

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