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19 Feb 2021

Karla Davis-Luster’s debut novel “The Woman Tells” explores the world of love between people of color

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February 19, 2021 Category: Go With The-Flo Posted by:

ABOVE PHOTO: Karla Davis-Luster


By Florence Anthony

Quarantine New Hot Couple Alert! Female fans of the Netflix Shonda Rhimes produced hit, “Bridgerton,” will be very upset to know that Rege’-Jean Page is off the market. The hunky Black British actor was spotted canoodling with writer/female football player Emily Brown at the airport in London. Brown plays for Southwest London’s FBB Warriors. Meanwhile, Page will host “Saturday Night Live” on February 20. He was also nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award, as well as an NAACP Image Award…

The Battle of the Cans is here. Lil’ Kim recently proudly announced that The Brooklyn Nets Association, along with Budweiser, have appointed the legendary raptress as one of their official brand ambassadors. Says Lil’ Kim, “I’m so excited to represent my hometown of Brooklyn and Budweiser.” …

 Congratulations to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, who will soon be a family of four. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expecting their second child together. The upcoming bundle of joy will be the younger sibling of the couple’s son Archie Harrison, who turns 2-years-old on May 6. The joyous news, which the couple shared on Valentine’s Day, comes after Markle revealed she suffered a miscarriage last July. Meanwhile, Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry chose their longtime friend, Black British photographer, Misan Harriman,  to shoot the photo accompanying the announcement. He told “Good Morning America” that the couple have a “real deal” romance. Said Harriman, “They are waltzing through life together.”…

When it comes to stories of romantic relationship issues captured on paper and/or digital, the new book, “The Woman Tells,” takes the whole topic to levels that go way beyond the surface. Penned by Chicago native Karla Davis-Luster, “The Woman Tells,” her debut novel, explores the world of love between people of color, which to the author is a love that is like none other. “Black love is the most powerful and the strongest love two people could ever have — not taking anything away from other races,” Davis-Luster says.

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