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Kirkus Reviews: “Patchwork” by Carol Wilson-Mack, a “heartwarming tale” bristling with “smart, real-world tone”

A story of friendship, family, faith, and community told over four decades earns a positive review from one of the book publishing’s most trusted review publications.

Memphis, Tennessee, USA – WEBWIRE

“A heartwarming tale of women embracing their Christian faith and aiding others.” Kirkus Reviews

“Patchwork: Conversation Between Generations” by Carol Wilson-Mack has received a new positive review, this time from Kirkus Reviews.
The book’s themes of community and family serve as the focal point for Kirkus’ review. These elements are bolstered by the collective Christian faith of the women who were members of the informal social group organized and led by the author’s grandmothers. “The consolations they offer the people who come to them are firmly planted in their collective Christian faith,” said the review about the two women.
Anyone who has read “Patchwork” will know the events in the book place between 1939 and 1959 in rural South Carolina and the participants in the story were all black women, each of them sharing the challenges they and their families faced. Wrote Kirkus Review, “As each chapter delivers a new dilemma and a fresh dramatic vignette, revealing an additional aspect of small-town Southern life, readers are given a surprisingly shrewd and wide-ranging view of a variety of social issues, from coping with the crudities of race relations to raising strong-willed grandchildren.
“These women don’t live in a rose-colored world; their friendship and faith help them get through some believably rendered tough times.”
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Patchwork: Conversation Between Generations
Author | Carol Wilson-Mack
Published Date | July 10, 2020
Publisher | ReadersMagnet LLC
Book retail price | $7.67
Author Bio
Carol Wilson-Mack holds a master’s degree in communications arts from the New York Institute of Technology and is a graduate of the Long Ridge Writers Group.
Carol is also a registered professional nurse and works as an educator in the health care industry, focusing on staff education. She has completed a Doctorate in Divinity, which enhances her inspirational script writing abilities.
She has authored several stage scripts, which have been produced in New Jersey, Baldwin, NY, New York City, and the Bronx, NY. She has also written a screenplay, which she plans to put into production. She has produced several CDs, one of Gospel music featuring Ms. Stella Bobian and one of poetry, where she reads words of poet/writer the late George Edward Tait.
She was the writer and artistic director for the television show “Woman Of The Week,” which highlighted ordinary women doing extraordinary things. The show aired on cable television for more than ten, receiving in 1994 the CAPE (Cable Award for Programming Excellence). She also authored the book Fan Loyalty: A tribute to the late Brook Benton a legendary rhythm and blues, pop, gospel singer, an extraordinary talent.
Carol is currently directing a stage play, titled “Sly Fox” with special arrangements with Samuel French Inc., in New York City.

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