“It doesn't really matter to me how I am referred to as far as African American or Black. It changes with the person who is labeling me. It all means the same to me.”
Lisa W. Tetting is the author of debut novel, The Mistreatment of Zora Langston, Southern Horror Stories and creator of Rebirthoflisa, her personal blog. She is a former call center supervisor, who, after much thought and angst, decided to change her life by living her dream. She grew up in a small town in North Carolina and loves that she is a Southern Girl. She has been happily married to her wonderful husband of 17 years, and they currently reside in Birmingham, AL. Lisa’s favorite writers include Maya Angelou, Octavia Butler, Zora Neale Hurston, and Edgar Allan Poe.
The mistreatment of slaves has caused the captives to fight back. Tired of the mistreatment, the slaves want revenge and blood. Follow six separate stories of betrayal, violence, bloodshed and revenge. These short stories show what can happen when people have been pushed to their limits.
In "Barren Plantation" find out why we use the word barren for people who cannot have children. "Caleb’s Stitches" shows how to turn the tables on a mad scientist.
Climb inside the "Mind of Hope" if you think you can survive the insanity. Read about a spooky way station for escaped slaves in "The Underground Hell Road". "Pirates of Slavery" is a bloody story of revolt, while "Slave Island" will lure you to a dangerous island that you can never leave.