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Reply Lordsheryl
9:30 PM on February 23, 2016 
Akim,
Thank you for reading "African Venus" and for being a fan. I am writing Part II and hope to publish it soon. I will keep you posted.

Akim says...
The beginning of this book was really well witten. It was easy to follow and witten with excellence. I can't wait until the book is complete so I can know what becomes of the Afican Venus. Thank you for sharing sister, what I took from the book is that we are beautiful too.
Reply Akim
10:21 AM on January 1, 2016 
The beginning of this book was really well witten. It was easy to follow and witten with excellence. I can't wait until the book is complete so I can know what becomes of the Afican Venus. Thank you for sharing sister, what I took from the book is that we are beautiful too.
Reply Renee
1:24 PM on December 17, 2015 
Sheryl Lord captures the heart and soul of Nema struggle as she survives her life in a world that she never imaged as she was taken from her life in Africa
Reply Sharmin Turner
12:47 AM on April 28, 2015 
Dropping a hello
Reply Lordsheryl
10:49 PM on March 31, 2015 
[Denise :
Hopefully you have had a chance to read African Venus. Please go to Amazon.com and leave a book review. It would be greatly appreciated,
Sincerely,
Sheryl Lord
Reply Denise Duvall
8:11 PM on February 8, 2015 
Congratulations! This sounds like a fascinating story.
Reply Cynthia Waliyyuddin
7:41 PM on February 3, 2015 
Congrats on your book. I read A LOT and am looking forward to reading it. I enjoy reading books written by us about us. Hoping I win your contest.
Reply Lordsheryl
11:01 AM on February 2, 2015 
[Ifeoma Egbulem]
Thank you for entering the contest - Feb 7th is drawing. Will keep you posted
Reply Ifeoma Egbulem
10:50 PM on February 1, 2015 
Signing the guestbook :)
Reply Barbara Knispel
11:30 AM on June 1, 2014 
From the passion surrounding this statue comes a book with an historical backdrop that is provoking as it is interesting to read. I view the statue of Nima the African Venus for her unique beauty and at the same time I feel a deep sadness for all the injustices of the slave trade that was fostered by black and white people over others. This story has me wanting more about these characters and their personal stories. Well done and how satisfying to be able to tell this tale from your creative mind. Bravo!