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I am the author of "Two Kinds of Color." It's the compelling story of a mother's love and heroic sacrifice for her racially divided children. Two of them are white, two of them black, raised in a hustler's brutal environment in an all black ghetto on the South Side of Chicago. There are some Amazon Kindle and Amazon Book reviews. It's also available at Barnes & Noble. If you get a chance to read it, please post your comments.

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This sounds like an interesting story.



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Hi Chris, it's raw and straight to the point. I hope you read a sample I would love to know your comments. I also hope you check out the Kindle and Amazon Book Reviews!

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Here are just some of the reviews for Two Kinds of Color:

Thank you Deborah Kennedy for introducing me to the kind of book I usually wouldn't read! Once started it was hard to put down! It is a must read in my opinion! The characters are real and the book covers all aspects of life. I was blown away by the ending!! I too like others am looking forward to your next book!--KINDLE REVIEW

OMG! I really couldn't put this book down! Congratulations to Deborah Kennedy on this incredible read! Thank you for introducing me to your masterpiece! I mean it! What a GREAT GIFT for my friends who love a GREAT read! I am really looking forward to your next book. Please let it be sooner than later!--KINDLE REVIEW

This book is well written and a great story that everyone should get to read. The author's writing talents are impressive and straight to the point. I look forward to her next novel. Keep up the good work.--KINDLE REVIEW

Two Kinds of Color is an exceptionally beautifully written novel. The characters are compelling and believable and the message of love and sacrifice and true friendship is touching and unforgettable. I savored this book. It is not a book to be skimmed through but read thoughtfully and carefully. The ability of Ms. Kennedy to present her story with such insight and heart-felt emotion is remarkable. I read a great many books and, like most of us, have my favorite authors. I look forward to reading any other novel my newest favorite author writes. Thank you Ms. Kennedy. I enjoyed Two Kinds of Color very much.--AMAZON PAPERBACK REVIEW



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Just wanted to thank Barnes & Noble for letting me do a book signing here in Las Vegas. For those of
you who can make it, it's on the 23rd of June at 2:00 P.M. Rainbow and Lake Mead location. I hope to
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This sounds like a book I'd love to read. I love a good book, and it appears as though your readers really enjoyed it. I'm going to add that to my summer reading. Thanks Deborah for the info!


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Hi Kiwes:

I hope you enjoy the book. I also hope you have a wonderful, fabulous, summer! I look forward to hearing from you again.

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Two Kinds of Color is now on sale for Kindle. The price is just $9.99. I hope you get a chance to read a sample.

Thanks!



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There are now some Nook reviews. I hope you get a chance to take a look and read a sample.

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Two Kinds of Color is a great read for the holidays. I hope you get a chance to take a look. Happy holidays!

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Two Kinds of color will soon be available for the kindle lending library. Keep checking back with me.

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Don't forget about Two Kinds of Color for your holiday reading. It also makes a great gift. Have a great Christmas!

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I hope everyone is having a great New Year!



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I hope I get to read the story. It sounds interesting.



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Just a reminder with hopes that you'll read a sample of Two Kinds of Color for Nook or Kindle, also in paperback.

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