The "Her" in the Other Woman by Clifton D. Woodley

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The "Her" in the Other Woman adds another dimension to how a person views a woman caught up in a known or unknown relationship. Jonda faces some of her biggest challenges in the relationships she's involved in. Not only does she have to pick up the pieces from each relationship in order to move on, but also she finds out that being in this "other woman" role will contribute to her ultimate downfall.

About Clifton D. Woodley

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Clifton D. Woodley is a middle school teacher from Little Rock, Arkansas.  He is the oldest of two sons.  He has a bachelor's and master's degree in education.  He has won numerous awards for his hardwork and dedication.  Clifton is a member of several organizations, as well as, volunteering his time and energy to helping others.  His hobbies include: reading, writing, watching television, and traveling.  Currently, he is working on his second book.
Published September 28, 2007 by AuthorHouse. 204 pages
Genres: Parenting & Relationships, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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