**Newest Release From Yvette Araujo**
Over The Rainbow
Open Dairy of a Black Girl
Through the eyes of a young girl, a self-discovery journey that continues well after her first experience of separation from family, moving to a foreign place and bigotry. She imagines the unimaginable – travels through an imitation of life through her imagination and dreams.
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“Velma” had recently ended a abusive relationship with her boyfriend. Charles did not take it well. He would send flowers, and notes on her car, he even tried to envoke sympathy from one of her friends and enlist her help in his campaign to win Velma back. No one would help him. Velma was happy to be moving on with her life. In the following months “Velma” would be brutally attacked as she left her home for work. She was left for dead, but was discovered by a neighbor and 911 was called for help. “Velma” lay in coma for nine days, with opinion of doctors that she would not recover this violent act, and if she did her quality of life would never be the same. A very hard year is passing by, and “Velma is beating the odds everyday through her physical therapist, speech pathologist and a team that helped her learn first her rudimentary functions, walking was challenging, and learning to speak again even worse.
“Velma’s life would never be the same. Velma was further devastated by the news that she also contracted the HIV virus. The doctors assumed it was from her prior relationship, she had with her abusive mate for ten years, “Velma is now fearful of what others would think of her. So far Velma has the support of her family and friends after this brutal attack. Will they be just as understanding with the latest news? Velma felt ashamed and fearful of what others will think of her. How will she survive this latest news…
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