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 Black Boy Can't Fly?  
    by : Marcelle Roujade  
 Black Boy Can't Fly ?

Black Boy Can't Fly? is a new generation of adventurer, from the Streets of Ladbrove Grove in West London to the heights above, an inspiring journey.


William Fell-Holden wrote:  I have just bought your Black boy can't fly? book. A snatch read at first page: looks interesting.

By Tony Tonik
This review is from: Black Boy Can't Fly? (Kindle Edition)
I found this book very interesting as it has both the parent and son's view of
This is a truly remarkable story of triumph over adversity.It shows that anyone can overcome any obstacles to achieve their goal and dream in
life. It is the true meaning of Perseverance. A steadfast pursuit of an aim-
It is so good to read a story about today's youth that is positive and inspiring. Even though it is about flying planes it could apply to any walk of life
where difficulties and prejudices are faced.
Excellent reading material for schools and colleges also. Well done and keep up the good work

By Eury
This review is from: Black Boy Can't Fly? (Kindle Edition)
Most inspiring. I have read it 3 times and get something new each time. It's an uplifting story literally and an inspiration to anyone who has a doubt that their dreams can be lived. A very readable book, especially dyslexic friendly.

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 Fear, loathing & love 
    by : Marcelle Roujade  [December 29, 2008]
 Fear, loathing & love

This is a personal account of a life journey in which Marcelle Harlington the main character is open and honest. How she found the strength and courage to continue on only God knows. Perhaps it was her strong faith, her sense of self-development and survival that kept her and her family together. Fear, Loathing & Love is my first novel, published by True Colours Publications.

Anonymous says:

January 26, 2009 at 10:13 am

Dear Marcelle,
I read your story in two seatings as I could not wait to discover how you found the strength to carry on and be there for your family. I take my hat off to you for a very open and emotional account. The way you tackled such intimate and complex issues was very frank and truly translated the turmoil of your emotions.
Thank you for sharing your experience and I hope that this will be an eye opener to many people.
Best of luck.

Sophia says:

January 26, 2009 at 8:32 pm

Big congratulations! I am so very proud of you. It was been a labour of love and you deserve some well-earned recognition.
I hope this new year brings more thrills and I hope that you will continue to be productive


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