Conversation & Roses

Rosalyn McMillan

Please be our guest
Saturday, August 27, 2011
2:00 - 4:00 p.m.
African American Museum
3635 Grand Avenue
Dallas, Texas 75210

Please R.S.V.P. by August 22
Tel: 214-670-7809

Due to limited space, we require advanced registration for Conversation & Roses. The event includes a lecture, Q & A and light hors d'oeuvre

We ain’t the Brontes, baby! A Tale of the Gross Atrocities of Sibling Rivalry. The literary world KNOWS her. She is the bestselling author of Knowing, Blue Collar Blues, One Better, The Flip Side of Sin, and This Side of Eternity. Book clubs, the serious and the “leisure” reader, the professional woman, the sister around the way, and the brother we all know but would never “suspect”; audiences and readers from the boroughs to Rodeo Drive and every socio-economical station in between have anxiously held their breath for the return of THEIR voice. Noted and bestselling author Rosalyn McMillan has returned with a gripping and captivating tale entitled, We Ain’t the Brontes. Taking time to equip herself now with years of research, Rosalyn, a renowned author, delves into the quagmire that is sibling rivalry. She uncovers all of the “dirty little secrets” of sabotage and betrayal that are perversely evident, but fiercely hidden in families.
Nashville, TN – November, 2010 – We Ain’t the Brontes is a Mani-fold literary work. While the book is loosely autobiographical, its truest meaning and purpose are to offer answers and a sense of “community” to persons who have experienced this ugly reality. Rosalyn, a published expert in the matter of sibling rivalry, uses the art form of fiction to deliver a powerful truth regarding this subject. Rosalyn’s national tour will shed light on this very dark subject, with the hopes of providing long sought answers and healing.
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