Expect sunshine : a novel. by. Bush, Betty L. Publication date.
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Expect Sunshine by Betty L. Bush. com User, August 15, 2000. Expect Sunshine grabbed my attention from the moment I started reading. It is one of those books that I could barely put down for long at the time. This book provides much insight into the struggles related to farming, particularly the plight of the African American farmer in earlier times.
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Welcome to my stop on the virtual book tour for Expecting Sunshine by Alexis Marie Chute. Keep reading to see my thoughts and learn more about this book. Welcome to my stop on the virtual book tour for Expecting Sunshine by Alexis Marie Chute.
Anyone who has experienced-or knows someone who has age, ectopic pregnancy, stillbirth, or other forms of pregnancy and baby loss should read Expecting Sunshine, including those considering or already pregnant again. Glowing with riveting and gorgeous prose, Expecting Sunshine chronicles the anticipation and anxiety of expecting a baby while still grieving for the child that came before-enveloping readers with insightful observations on grief and healing, life and death, and the incredible power of a mother’s love.
Bush, Betty L. was born in 1961. University of Georgia (Bachelor of Business Administration).
Worked at 961 Oak St. . Admitted to the bar, 1985. University of Georgia (Juris Doctor). Worked at 961 Oak St.
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In this poignant narrative, we meet a 3rd genertion African-American farmer Sonny, his faithful bachelor son Kent, and Ellie--the woman who broke Kent's heart, but could ultimately save his family's land.