Grace T. Solomon
How far would you go to fight for survival…?
In the stories in TORN choices must be made about survival, modern slavery, addiction, justice, freedom, love, faith and hope. In the face of harsh and unpredictable lives, the characters in these tales still manage to fight their way through. They hold on when all seems lost, take chances and fly on the strength of others.
Jacqueline is never going to be accepted by her activist group. It is not just her principles that are different. It is everything, her family, her community, her racial and political identity.
Years later, when an arrest opens the door to an opportunity for her to address these concerns with her group. Jacqueline is forced to tackle them within a world of brutality and political agenda.
Grace T. Solomon is a higher education professional working as a senior performance consultant at the Open University, actor, motivational speaker, writer and author with a unique sincere and provocative voice that shines through in her debut book, TORN: Seven Stories, Seven Impossible Situations.
Grace has produced short plays and features extensively in a wide range of theatrical performances walking in the paths of her characters. Who are intelligent and fearless, but in real life, Grace is afraid of spider and sleeping in the dark.
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