The Day is Gone
Shelonda Montgomery (Author)
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A Chicago family's lives are disrupted when two young brothers and their friend discover the body of a local store owner in a ditch. The children are so used to seeing violence in their neighborhood that they don't bother telling anyone. When their mother finds out, it sets in motion a plan to move the family to a safer neighborhood. Complications arise when their father loses his job and abandons them, leaving their mother to ensure the safety of the family on her own.
Frayed Edge Press
November 09, 2021
5.0 X 7.0 X 0.14 inches | 0.15 pounds
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About the Author
Shelonda Montgomery holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English with a Creative Writing Concentration from Roosevelt University and a Masters of Arts in English with a Creative Writing Concentration from Southern New Hampshire University. Her works are in the journals Sinister Wisdom, Akikiro, Prevention at the Intersections, The African-American Review, and the poetry anthology Urban Voices. She writes for MyUmbrella.co and resides in Chicago.