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Publisher:  iUniverse, Incorporated ISBN-10:  0595493890 Type: 


Copyright:  April 18, 2008 ISBN-13:  9780595493890

Captivating your mind from the first word, keeping your eyes mesmerized, and finally setting your soul free. Liberation Awaits You...

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Validation. Fear. Insecurity. Love. And that is just a snapshot of what you will find when you peek within the pages of these curiosity-driven chronicles of a woman finding her voice and also speaking up for others. Although the African-American experience is highlighted, the idea of love, family, and insecurities is universal. These ideas are laced throughout the book, making you feel as if M. Abla is talking directly to you. Hooked from the first word, you will want to keep turning the pages as each relatable spoken word poem tickles your senses.  Launching its captivators out of a sentimental rocket, Liberated provides a safe landing in the sea of emancipation.   


“M. Abla brings us her "liberation" through honest, inspiring words that dance across the page. - Dr. Maya A. Corneille, Author of I Went Back

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M. Abla brings us her "liberation" through honest, inspiring words that dance across the page. - Dr. Maya A. Corneille, Author of I Went Back

Universal yet absolute need to read!
M. Abla is a prolific writer who captures the essence of what is means to be an African-American woman growing up in America. She not only encompasses the fears and frustrations of love and life from an African-American perspective, but she also engages every reader to undergo her pains and triumphs. In these phases, there’s a poem for everyone to understand love, laugh, cry and most importantly grow from a universal perspective. – Candice Hassell, actress

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Reviewed by M. Abla 6/6/2008
This book is definitely a page-turner. I couldn't put it down! The words spoke to my soul and danced with my heart...

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