To Dance with Ugly People

To Dance with Ugly People

Lorene Stunson Hill / Jan 23, 2020

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  • Title: To Dance with Ugly People
  • Author: Lorene Stunson Hill
  • ISBN: 9781519175489
  • Page: 329
  • Format: Paperback
  • New revised edition now as Kindle and Paperback Kindle dp B075X4KH15 Paperback dp 1519175485FoWhere do I begin This story is told through letters from Dani s youth all the way into her adulthood The author portrays all of the struggles that her character suffered through as a child including abandonment andNew revised edition now as Kindle and Paperback Kindle dp B075X4KH15 Paperback dp 1519175485FoWhere do I begin This story is told through letters from Dani s youth all the way into her adulthood The author portrays all of the struggles that her character suffered through as a child including abandonment and resentment As she grows older, life challenges her even with desperation, fear and unrequited loneliness but she has courage and strength to carry on She still believes that someone is out there who can give her the only thing that she has always been searching for, true affection and respect toward the woman she has become.

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      • Lorene Stunson Hill

        Lorene Stunson Hill was born in St Louis, and later raised in Detroit, Michigan In a visit to Sardis, Mississippi hometown of her ancestors , in her teens, Lorene experienced the cruelty of racial discrimination, but she stayed steadfast in her unshakable faith and belief in the values of the traditional African American family, community, and culture She currently resides in the Central Florida area.Her life was not as she would have wished it to be one of ease and luxury In fact, the opposite was true She wished to make it than it was and tell her impressions in a story, warts and all, to help others and help bring forth something good out of misery Family experiences are universal, she said Lorene drew from the wealth of experiences placed in her path to create, To Dance with Ugly People Along that path she completed Creative Writing Courses at the University of Central Florida under the esteemed guidance of Professor Wyatt, Wyatt, who taught her that, if you want to write you cannot be a coward Lorene was never a coward.


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    1. CONTROVERSIAL,STUNNING AND PASSIONATE NOVEL, "TO DANCE WITH UGLY PEOPLE,"DEPICTS THE DAMAGE HUMANS CAN INFLICT ON ONE ANOTHER:Lake Helen, FL: Bestselling African American Women's Fiction author, Lorene Stunson Hill, energizes the readers with passion and feelings; liberates the readers minds to become aware of the struggles of others outside of what we perceive on a daily basis. Lorene Stunson Hill promises to make an impact as she eloquently guides you through this journey of life, hope and des [...]


    2. To Dance With Ugly People by Lorene Stenson Hill is an inspirational and emotional drama of the life and times of Dani growing up fast from 5 years old. Told in diary format this remarkable story squeezes every drop of emotion from the reader without being preachy or overbearing. Well done to the author for tackling such a subject in a way that is totally unique.Very Highly Recommended!


    3. To Dance With Ugly People really drew me in with the author's concept of basing each 'chapter' of life on an African dance. I found this to be a thought provoking, emotional and very clever read.


    4. Where do I begin?? This story is told through letters from Dani's youth all the way into her adulthood. The author portrays all of the struggles that her character suffered through as a child including abandonment and resentment. As she grows older, life challenges her even more with desperation, fear and unrequited loneliness but she has courage and strength to carry on. She still believes that someone is out there who can give her the only thing that she has always been searching for, true aff [...]


    5. Who is to know human nature? There are so many different personalities; it becomes difficult to understand how one will react to their environment. And then there’s fate. How much of one’s life is altered by fate? This is a story of Dani Dobson from the age of four in 1955 to September 1983. Dani had a very difficult life. Her very favorite person in the world was ‘Big Mama’ a name she called her grandmother. When she was five, she lost Big Mama. Her mother had little time for her leavin [...]


    6. To Whom it May Concern:This is a story told in a series of letters written by Dani, beginning in the year 1955 when she was just a small child of only 4 years old, and continues on through until the fall of 1983. Dani's story is raw and emotional in it's honesty and truth. Dani is forced to grow up early, with a mother who left her in charge, basically abandoning her to raise her siblings and care for the household as a parent should. Dani suffers from abuse and neglect, not only as a child, but [...]


    7. This is the sort of book that 'draws' you into the story. Written as a series of letters, it is a frank, sometimes harrowing story of a girl's life from her childhood through to her adult years. You will live the anxiety, fear, pain, laughter and fulfillment and it is easy to see how this reached No. 1 Best Seller in the African American/Women's Fiction genre.


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