The Test of a Woman II

Description
Fathers Matter. The second volume of The Test of a Woman presents thought-provoking pieces that delve into the necessary conversations girls need to have with their fathers, discounting the notion that a father’s presence is not necessary or pivotal in their lives. Men, you are needed, loved, and your value is unmatched. Do not give up. Your girls need you.

The Test of a Woman I

Description
The Test of a Woman is a book that uncovers so much of the real-life experiences of women, their innermost thoughts and advice based on a reflection at a given moment in time. It deals with the raw issues that are generally not exposed in everyday conversations. Each story is meant to provide a different perspective and life experience. The focus is on women’s emotional healing and building a healthier lifestyle.

About The Author
Shareyna Scott James holds a BA in English Writing with a minor in African, African American, and Caribbean studies as well as a Master’s in Business Administration. She is a lecturer at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey to both undergraduate and graduate students. Mrs. James is a self-published author, advocate for underrepresented minorities and young girls, entrepreneur, scholarship founder, and “momager.” Shareyna prides herself on giving back to the local community as a larger part of her life’s work.

Contact the Author:
Email: shareynanicole@gmail.com

 

Photos From The Test of a Woman "Letters to my Father" BooK Signing

  • AnonymousAnonymous

    “I’ve never read a book that not only made me pause and reflect on myself, but the book actually encourages this. From opening the first pages, the tears and emotions I felt in the beginning continued throughout the pages”.- Anonymous

  • AnonymousAnonymous

    “The writing style flowed seamlessly throughout. You allowed the story to dictate how you presented it and it’s evident by the differences from chapter to chapter.”- Anonymous

  • AnonymousAnonymous

    “A man’s perspective of the pain he causes.”- Anonymous

  • AnonymousAnonymous

    “I’ve never read a book that not only made me pause and reflect on myself, but the book actually encourages this. From opening the first pages, the tears and emotions I felt in the beginning continued throughout the pages”. Nonymous- Anonymous

  • Anonymous 3Anonymous 3

    I finished your book this morning. I enjoyed it immensely and will certainly recommend it to others, especially daughters. There are so many “baby girls” in the world that could be inspired to look beyond their hurt. Yet the book is also about legacies and forgiveness. Your book is filled with lessons and new perspectives to consider. A perfect complement to your Volume 1. I can’t wait to see what Volume 3 will discuss!Anonymous

  • Anonymous 2Anonymous 2

    WOW. The book is AMAZING. I could not stop reading it. Super captivating. Not everything is perfect in our upbringings and you have managed to convince me as a reader that you forgave your father. A very difficult thing to do for a child who has/had a parent with a disease so challenging. I know so many friends and family members that have forgiven and some who have not. Life is too short to carry that heavy burden when it is clearly no reflection of who the child is. Your story teaches others that forgiveness is the thing that releases us and allows us to be free.Anonymous

  • Anonymous 1Anonymous 1

    Just finished your book and I know that took a lot of courage! I am proud of your transparency and bravery! Congrats on a powerful read !!!! Anonymous

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