Author and Journalist Renee Greene has released a new book titled,
"Hot Tea, Girl Talk" on Lulu press.
The book is targeted toward African American women who are the "70-percenters" -- those who are unmarried, whether their status as single women is due to divorce, widowhood, abandonment, desertion, or something else. It is also dedicated to those who support the sistahs and the 30-percenters, the African American men who "must be doing something right."
Follow 52 weeks of "hot tea and hot topics--enough to last an entire year--and gather the girlfriends together. Get to know them and yourself all over again.
The book is not only inspirational, but a light shining in the darkness for women who think they've lost their way and their hope of ever finding Mr. Right.
The core of the book presses women to stay active, stay busy, stay focused and get on with living in spite of the drama.
Those who are keeping it tight can use this book as a support system to the women in their lives who have loved and lost, or never loved at all.
Take a 52-tea, 52-week journey into places and ideas that you may have thought of and some you may not. Each week has a different tea and a different topic and will last you and your friends the entire year through.