Renita Bryant

Biography

Renita Bryant is a native of Fort Valley, Georgia currently residing near Cincinnati, Ohio. She is a graduate of Florida A&M University, where she earned both her Bachelor’s degree & MBA. While gaining years of experience in corporate America, a passion for writing kept calling her name. Yesterday Mourning is her first novella.

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Books

Yesterday Mourning
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 40,510. Language: English. Published: May 5, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Women's fiction » General, Fiction » Literature » Literary
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Yvette is a forty-one year old woman devastated from losing both parents during her twenties—one to terminal disease and the other to life’s complications. Vera is the stepsister she never imagined nor wanted. When their father's health takes a turn for the worse, both must decide if they have the strength to release yesterday's burdens or will a childhood secret damage an already broken family.

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  • The Battle of Chibi on June 02, 2013

    Initially, I was skeptical that The Battle of Chibi would be a book I'd actually enjoy. The fact that it requires a "how to read this book"section made me nervous and feel overwhelmed from the start. However, after reading through the first few chapters I not only understood the need for the introduction and helpful hints, I appreciated the guidance. For example, the authors explains the importance of not focusing on remembering every character because most are only involved in a few scenes. It is more important to understand the key figures as well as the overall significance of the battle/interaction. The author does a great job of exploring an intriguing time in Chinese history. He simplifies the story in a way that makes it easy to digest and worthwhile to read. I became engrossed in the story quickly and at one point, took my iPad to the gym and read it while on the bike! When I got to the last page, I was somewhat sad because I wanted to know more about the lives of Bei, Cao, and Liang and the unfolding of the three kingdoms. Great read! Great work! I was given this in exchange for my honest review.
  • The Battle of Chibi on June 02, 2013

    Initially, I was skeptical that The Battle of Chibi would be a book I'd actually enjoy. The fact that it requires a "how to read this book"section made me nervous and feel overwhelmed from the start. However, after reading through the first few chapters I not only understood the need for the introduction and helpful hints, I appreciated the guidance. For example, the authors explains the importance of not focusing on remembering every character because most are only involved in a few scenes. It is more important to understand the key figures as well as the overall significance of the battle/interaction. The author does a great job of exploring an intriguing time in Chinese history. He simplifies the story in a way that makes it easy to digest and worthwhile to read. I became engrossed in the story quickly and at one point, took my iPad to the gym and read it while on the bike! When I got to the last page, I was somewhat sad because I wanted to know more about the lives of Bei, Cao, and Liang and the unfolding of the three kingdoms. Great read! Great work! I was given this in exchange for my honest review.