Descendants of Hagar
Descendants of Hagar, is historical fiction about a woman coming to terms with her sexuality beginning in 1914 Zion, Georgia, during the Black Codes. When Negroes were lynched for one wrong glance. A time when marriage was an agreement between men: a woman’s father and the man he chose for her. Most women had no romantic interest in their future husbands. In the worst case, they were promised to complete strangers.
Madelyn “Linny” Remington is the great-great granddaughter of strong-spirited, ex-slave, Miemay, who oversees her rearing. While other women are raised to be broken, Linny is reared to build and repair. When other women are expected to be seen and not heard, Linny is expected to vote beside men. While women pray to honor their husbands by bearing them sons, Linny wonders how a single woman can provide for herself, when only male children can expect an inheritance.
A secret has Linny slated as her father’s favorite “son.” That is, until Linny makes a promise that frees her from a conventional woman’s role. Unfortunately, the promise also brings shame on her family. Will Linny, threatened with alienation, honor her promise? Or bow to her father’s will and go back on her word?
Seeking Sex Without Armor
Seeking Sex Without Armor, is a brutally honest narrative of captivating rhythms and sublime passion. This courageously vulnerable offering is bound to illuminate each soul it encounters, affirming Nicholson’s distinctive voice.
Out of a culture and faith that objectifies girls and women while starving their spirits, Nicholson’s sojourn for love, transcends race, sex, gender, orientation and religion. It is a spiritual yearning.