Tananarive Due

Tananarive Due is a novelist and a creative writing teacher who has worked as a journalist. She won the American Book Award in 2002 for her novel The Living Blood.




Refiloe Masitahas quoted9 months ago
My mother used to say to me that she collected sorrows and put them in her pocket. Walking around with them that way, by and by, you just learn to carry them all a bit better, to stand up a bit straighter. That’s all life is, on this earth anyway. You’ll see it, too, when your trials come. I wish I could tell you they won’t come, Jessica, but they always do.”
Refiloe Masitahas quoted9 months ago
Seemed like I spent whole days cursing the Lord out, just asking why. Raymond was the kind of man who, after you met him, made any other man ruined in your eyes. He was that to me. What did I learn? I learned I could lose even that and still survive. One day I looked in the mirror and thought, hardly believing it, I’m all right. Doesn’t sound like much, does it? I wouldn’t have minded living my whole life without knowing it, but I guess it’s
Refiloe Masitahas quoted9 months ago
We only waste energy to have horrible fights with the people we love the most


Refiloe Masitashared an impression9 months ago
🔮Hidden Depths
💡Learnt A Lot
💞Loved Up
👍Worth reading

i thought this book was going to be about vampires and stuff like that but man it was such a beautifully written book. it grabbed me from the first page

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