The Colors of a Woman by Shannon Johnson

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The Colors of a Woman is a book of poetry that spans the course of a woman's lifetime. The book starts in middle childhood and ends at motherhood. The goal of the book is to uncover the emotions of a girl's transition into adulthood and to showcase the plethora of moods and feelings that women encounter in their relationships with their friends, family members, lovers, God, and themselves. The Colors of a Woman represents the array of hues that are reflected in a woman's emotional rollercoaster known as life.
 

About Shannon Johnson

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Shannon Johnson is an educator in the Baltimore County Public School system where she has taught for five years. She graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.A. in English from the University of Maryland Baltimore County and with a Masters of Education from Goucher College in Maryland. Of all of her accomplishments, she is the most proud of her success as a wife and mother, which sparked her desire to publish a book of poetry about womanhood. She has been writing poetry for 15 years and is passionate about the art form. As an English teacher, Ms. Johnson's goal is to help her students become wordsmiths who use language to change the world. As a woman, she is taking her own advice and has spent several years crafting a book of poetry about the lives of women.
 
Published February 16, 2009 by AuthorHouse. 88 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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