Just a thought: I’m a good writer but I could never write a spy thriller that comes close to the spy war going on right now! #amwriting
This short story pulls at the heart strings offering hope in the midst of a trial many face but bury in the past. The thought provoking ending is powerful [and] meant to hold onto the reader long after the reading is done.
Shari McGriff, in a few short chapters draws the reader into the sorrow and shame of a mother’s choice, and then brings hope and forgiveness. McGriff’s writing style is wonderful. In few words she paints emotions on my heart.
A Mother’s Choice is such a thought provoking short story. The author shares a highly compelling story that will touch on every reader’s heart and soul. It’s impossible not to instantly connect with Jane and feel what she feels.
With the love and understanding of forgiveness of a child the world is redeemed. Over coming our prejudices, our indifference and past hurts with pure sacrifice. The main character gives the ultimate gift of love which changes his piece of the world.
Pure Love for sure! What a magical tale about a little boy's pure heart. Love the ethnic spice of another culture all through the story. Felt like I was there. Saw the town's people, understood the darkness of racism through the experience of the characters. What a hooking beginning! This tale is so well-written. . . . I'm from a Latin culture myself, could relate well . . . wonderful storyteller. Ready for her next one.
Shari’s stories are poignant and Pure Love is no exception. A powerful message of how bigotry is overcome through love and sacrifice.
Wow – that is a lot to absorb and take in with less than 100 pages?! It touches on dark subjects with a ray of light throughout – written by a wonderful artist who knows how to craft a powerful read!
I really enjoyed this book. It really makes you think about how precious life is, and I am so looking forward to her next book.
This one left an impact on me. . . . Shari has a way with words.
Matthew Robert Payne
A gripping revelation of the generations that experienced unnecessary pain. The stories expose hardened hearts that fostered unwillingness to comprehend their victim’s trauma denying them hope of compassionate prevention.
Today is the “March for Life” and last weekend was the “Women’s March.” There couldn’t be a more striking difference between the two marches, as one marches with dignity and the children, and one marches with violence and graphic displays that objectify women, which I thought we were fighting against!, and aborting our nations’ children. I’m…
The High Jacking of Martin Luther King Jr.’s Message (Originally Published 8/2013. Updated Jan. 2017) On August 28th, it will be the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s March on Washington, and the country is in worse shape than ever. When national African-American leaders decided to reenter the spotlight and put themselves…