Praise for Waiting to Exhale.
Praise for Waiting to Exhale. and the sometimes volatile world of Black female-Black male relationships. Spike Lee. The characters are so real, that you’ll wonder if McMillan hasn’t somehow overheard a private conversation.
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Waiting to Exhale book. The story of friendship between four African American women who. Before the pap that was How Stella Got Her Groove Back, Terry McMillan wrote the brilliant Waiting to Exhale, a story of four female friends and their triumphs and failures in their relationships with men. ::: The New Musketeers ::: As the novel opens, Savannah has just quit her job to move to a new job in Phoenix, where her friend Bernadine lives, in hopes of furthering her career and moving from public relations to television producing.
Waiting for Exhale by Terry McMillan
Waiting for Exhale by Terry McMillan. Its widest release was in just over 1,400 Soundtrack.
SUMMARY: The author of Waiting to Exhale checks in again with a fresh, exuberant novel. Stella Payne is a Superwoman who has everything-except a man to rock her world, something she's convinced she can well do without. SUMMARY: The Price family-Viola, the matriarch; her sometimes husband Cecil; and their four adult children-sticks together through life's most trying circumstances in this new novel by the author of How Stella Got Her Groove Back and Waiting to Exhale. Who Asked You? Terry McMillan.
Terry McMillan is the author of the critically acclaimed novels Mama and Disappearing Acts. Her third novel, Waiting to Exhale, has been a major New York Times bestseller and is one of the most celebrated books of the decade. She lives in northern California with her son, Solomon.
McMillan's first book, Mama, was published in 1987. McMillan married Jonathan Plummer in 1998, who came out as gay during their marriage. Unsatisfied with her publisher's limited promotion of Mama, McMillian promoted her own debut novel by writing thousands of booksellers, particularly African-American bookstores, and the book soon sold out of its initial first hardcover printing of 5,000 copies. She achieved national attention in 1992 with her third novel, Waiting to. Exhale. The book remained on The New York Times bestseller list for many months and by 1995 it had sold over three million copies.
Author: Terry McMillan
Category: Literature and Fiction
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Publisher: Tandem Library (December 1995)
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