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Author: Njeri Maldonado

Paperback: 296

Publisher: Independently Published

Copyright: 2019

Language: English

Mama Didn't Raise this Woman

“Mama Didn't Raise This Woman” is the story of a girl finding her way throughout various stages of her life with an emotionally and physically absent mother. In a time when the absentee father epidemic served as the blame for society’s woes, Naja constantly wondered why she felt rejected considering she was not among the popular "statistic."

As she aged, Naja learned more about why her mother could not love her as she needed. Yet, she never resolved why she was required to do without the one person she believed could redeem her.

After years of questioning her place in a world where her own mother rejected her, Naja learns that her testimony will help other motherless children navigate through life knowing that they do indeed belong.


Author Bio:

Njeri Maldonado is a New Orleans, Louisiana native who loves to spend time with friends and family while eating good food. She has practiced law for nearly fifteen years and currently serves as a judge.

Njeri lives in the metro Atlanta, Georgia area with her husband Ramon and their four children; three of whom are in college. She writes real life stories that are relatable and stir up discussion. Her writing style invites the reader into the stories, making it hard to put the books down. In addition to writing,

Njeri spends her free time volunteering and mentoring youth. https://njerimaldonadoauthor.com/


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