Recent Reviews for Isharra M. Jamari
Stuff Like Dhatt! the Collection! (Book) - 12/1/2006 7:25:56 AM|
You know I found your book in some box that I still hadn't unpacked after moving last year..and I couldn't help but pickin git up and reading it again..It's as lovely as the person I know!..Momma..you are the sweetest person in the world..I love you very much! I haven't gotten your new publishings yet..but I can't wait to catch up, hopefully you haven't forgotten me :-)
God Bless you Momma!
Stuff Like Dhatt! the Collection! (Book) - 6/10/2006 10:12:45 AM
Emotive...well written. Looking forward to reading the rest! God Bless you!
Stuff Like Dhatt! the Collection! (Book) - 1/1/2006 12:13:23 PM
A captivating and heartfelt excerpt Isharra. I have to look for your book! Happy new year, Isharra!
Stuff Like Dhatt! the Collection! (Book) - 12/31/2005 9:59:46 PM
You've peaked my interest. Best to you in 2006 Sistah!
Stuff Like Dhatt! the Collection! (Book) - 3/25/2002 6:23:21 AM
Thanks ..I have to check out your books closely ...So refreshing and warm
Stuff Like Dhatt! the Collection! (Book) - 12/29/2001 2:15:58 AM
Nice Excerpt sister. I'm going to have to
check this collection out more closely.
Nice to have you on authorsden.
The Dance of the Christmas Chipmunks (Short Story) - 1/9/2009 2:22:20 AM
Nice story. Thanks for sharing
The Dance of the Christmas Chipmunks (Short Story) - 6/10/2006 10:19:27 AM
Nicely captured, Isharra. Felt as if I was there, dancing along with you girls. Well done! God Bless!
Esther and Emmanuella (Short Story) - 12/21/2005 8:12:47 PM
Such a sad write! Caprivating piece indeed. I'm going to write a poem based on this - if you don't mind Isharra - it's been a while since I wrote a poem so it'll take forever to compose! Lol. A well crafted piece!
The Dance of the Christmas Chipmunks (Short Story) - 12/11/2005 5:48:36 PM
I've only been to Chicago once to visit the Field Museum. Thank you for sharing another small taste of the city with me.
The Dance of the Christmas Chipmunks (Short Story) - 10/29/2005 7:11:57 AM
Beautiful write, Isharra. An absolute delight! Wonderful magical memories! By the way, ISHARA (note the spelling) means "sign" in Swahili.
Esther and Emmanuella (Short Story) - 6/8/2005 2:12:20 AM
Enjoyed this story very much even though it did seem to merge all together at times for these "old" eyes of mine. Nevertheless, it is moving and I am pleased to have had the opportunity to read it.
The Dance of the Christmas Chipmunks (Short Story) - 5/26/2004 3:30:57 PM
This is wonderful. I love it. It is true that those were magic days. The following year, though, all hell broke loose, and life was never the same again.
Esther and Emmanuella (Short Story) - 2/14/2004 6:34:35 PM
This story was great. I enjoyed it. A wonderful story about how twins are connected . I have three sets in my family and wished that I could have had a set of twins myself. Sad story, yet beautiful and very well written....seems like a T.V Lifetime story could develop from this...:)...great piece
The Dance of the Christmas Chipmunks (Short Story) - 2/6/2004 10:50:13 PM
Isharra, I'm waiting for chapter 2 with this one. . .
I also wonder if at any time you've thought of delving into poetry, because there are at least 10 beautiful topics for poems here that I can see instantly. Your memories are more precious when you share them as you have done here. I'll visit your column (having been a columnist myself) and look forward to more daring in both fiction and non fiction.
They're a lot of people waiting to be inspired by you Sis.
Preach on, and don't be shy 'bout it hurting a little, for that makes the best writing; that teaches the strongest lessons for others to embrace.
blessin's 2 U,
cynth'ya lewis reed
p.s. EXCELLENT opening paragraph!!!
The Dance of the Christmas Chipmunks (Short Story) - 12/31/2003 8:06:06 AM
Extremely delightful write, Isharra. I remember that Chipmunks record, too, and those glorious Christmas Holidays past in good old Chicago. Happy New Year to you!
The Dance of the Christmas Chipmunks (Short Story) - 12/30/2003 4:08:29 PM
delightful christmas tale, isharra; enjoyed much~ thanks for sharing! (((HUGS))) and love, your texas friend, karen lynn. :D
Leap of Faith (Article) - 10/17/2007 2:19:38 PM
Beautiful, you are truly blessed. And thanks for sharing this valuable lesson with us all.
The Curveous Diva of Themestream (Article) - 5/1/2007 8:04:15 PM
Well go on then gurl! I enjoyed reading you...curves and all.
The Curveous Diva of Themestream (Article) - 6/8/2005 2:09:32 AM
This is not only a wonderful read, but a testimony to your healthy self-esteem. It is always encouraging to encounter those who understand beyond the trivial. Good work!
The Curveous Diva of Themestream (Article) - 6/1/2005 8:26:42 AM
This was wonderful and speaks to your self-esteem which is very healthy. God made us in a variety of shapes, sizes, etc. etc. It's time out for magazine models who are pencil thin and cause our young women to kill themselves. Spread the word...Healthy is in!!
Great job that should be published nationally.
The Curveous Diva of Themestream (Article) - 2/14/2004 6:39:57 PM
This was too cute...and true...I know that we all would be goddesses somewhere...:) I too celebate the differences and the beautiful shades of African American woman...now if we can just teach our childre, especially our daughters, then we may make a difference......enjoyed it!
The Curveous Diva of Themestream (Article) - 6/30/2003 2:23:28 PM
"Love is every shade of the rainbow,and no color at all."--excerpt "Shades of The Rainbow" and it should apply even to myriad sizes and shapes of humanity. Beneath it all, we are of one blood and one race, everything else is unique. Wouldn't life be boring if there were nothing and no one unique? Keep working at your writing, Isharra. Helpful hint: check out "Writers' Seven Deadly Sins" citing why rejection slips are prolific and contracts are rare. The article can be found amidst my A/D webpages. Hope to hear from you sistah. Love in Christ~~ Bonnie Q
The Curveous Diva of Themestream (Article) - 11/11/2002 8:17:00 PM
The Curveous Diva of Themestream (Article) - 7/3/2002 6:08:44 AM
Wonderful!!!!!!! More women should speak out. Instead of buying in to the latest trend to be a skeleton they should celebrate their curves. The truth is you just may not live longer being thin. Everyone has a time to go. If you're like me you'd rather have that lobster dinner with shrimp and enjoy it than to just have the package of crackers and a glass of water!
I recently heard from a man who's mother was obese therefore, he will never date an obese woman. Instead of having compassion and love in his heart he condems them. It's sick and sad! But this joker is single and will remain so hahahaha!! Meanwhile lucious ladies all around are finding true men to love and cherish them.
The Curveous Diva of Themestream (Article) - 3/24/2002 8:16:22 PM
I wish I could have read your column in its entirety! A good introduction to what promises to be an upbeat, positive view.
You said, "according to society standards, I am obese." I've noticed that some tv commercials are now showcasing what they call 'large-sized' models... but these women are NOT what anyone would call fat, obese, or large. Society and its standards... phooey! Celebrate the curves! :)
The Curveous Diva of Themestream (Article) - 3/21/2002 12:10:09 PM
unfortunately themestream folded before I had the chance to check them out. Nice profile. Look forward to reading more of the series.