Babel review

“Wisely written . . . . Smart, honest and conversational.” –Mekeisha Madden Toby, The Detroit Information

“Wisely written . . . . Smart, honest and conversational.” –Mekeisha Madden Toby, The Detroit Information

“just what an essential and topic that is timely! Karazin and Littlejohn’s hot conversational design sets an ideal tone for females in interracial and intercultural relationships who will be searching for practical advice and help.” Today–Linda R. Young, PhD, psychologist and blogger for Psychology

“A welcome, heart-felt primer on which African-American ladies can and really should fare better prepare by themselves when it comes to challenges, frustrations along with the opportunities and hopes within the turbulent realm of relationships. It really is a written book whose time has significantly more than come.” –Earl Ofari Hutchinson, Nationally syndicated columnist, writer and social commentator

“Janice Rhoshalle Littlejohn and Christelyn D. Karazin bring a refreshing viewpoint for this hotly debated and newsworthy subject — there is also the journalistic mettle and private experience and humor to pull down a novel that is both entertaining and informational . . . . a must-read.” –Brian Lowry, Range Chief Tv Critic

“This surprising and oh-so-timely guide should be viewed important reading for almost any girl whom seems rudderless with regards to finding a soul mates . . . . Smartly eye-opening and researched.” –John Griffiths, Us Weekly Television Critic

“After almost two decades in an interracial wedding, the thing i have discovered is the fact that black colored people frequently have more hang-ups about most of these relationships than someone else. Of course anybody can assist all of us kind through the nonsense, dilemmas and preconceptions, it really is Janice Rhoshalle Littlejohn, one of many smartest, many empathetic article writers we understand. We just wish she begins on a book for black colored males next!” –Eric Deggans, TV/Media Critic, St. Petersburg Times

“A breath of oxygen.” –Cherilyn “CW” Smith, popular writer and writer of Ebony Women Deserve Better