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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:African American / Contemporary Women
  • Language:English
  • Pages:328
  • Format:Hardcover
  • Hardcover ISBN:9781098300791

Mixed Blessings

Is Race Real?

by J.M. Muse View author's profile page

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Overview
Imagine a world where Dr. Martin Luther King never existed. In this universe skin color determines your influence and your children's very future. But the Honorable Minister Kublai Khan dreams of a world that people can live in without preconceived notions, prejudice and domination. The minister goes to the nation's capital to fight for justice. Kimberly Solberg, a Valley Girl, goes to Juarez to find her roots. When she returns, she connects with Ahmed who is the minister's driver. Ahmed falls in love with Kimberly and doesn't care that she is bi-racial. Their lives ultimately intertwine in Los Angeles where they battle a racist, murdering white supremacist, Pastor Tucker Dalton, for the lives of their mixed-race children. Mixed Blessings. Is Race Real? is a fast-paced contemporary fictional tale about how women of color look beyond race, riots, and religion in relationships.
Description
Imagine a world where Dr. Martin Luther King never existed. In this universe skin color determines your influence and your children's very future. But the Honorable Minister Kublai Khan dreams of a world that people can live in without preconceived notions, prejudice and domination. The minister goes to the nation's capital to fight for justice. Kimberly Solberg, a Valley Girl, goes to Juarez to find her roots. When she returns, she connects with Ahmed who is the minister's driver. Ahmed falls in love with Kimberly and doesn't care that she is bi-racial. Their lives ultimately intertwine in Los Angeles where they battle a racist, murdering white supremacist, Pastor Tucker Dalton, for the lives of their mixed-race children. Mixed Blessings. Is Race Real? is a fast-paced contemporary fictional tale about how women of color look beyond race, riots, and religion in relationships.
About the author
"From Mississippi to Madison Avenue" J.M. Muse was born on a red clay dirt road in Holly Springs, MS to a son and daughter of cotton farmers. Penniless and with the promise of fair wages by Henry Ford the family moved to Detroit, MI when he was two. The family went from welfare to work in the auto business. What Jo learned from his parents was applying oneself through poverty, hard work, failure and misfortune. Upon moving to California he fulfilled his dream of creating the first multicultural ad agency. Among Jo's numerous accomplishments include being a member of the AAF Advertising Hall of Fame.
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