Rose Rodriquez (Atlanta GA)
“I consider myself African American. I prefer this over black because so view black ad a color. My roots are from Africa and I am An American.”
Rose Rodriquez was born in Hendersonville, North Carolina and currently resides in Atlanta Georgia. Her love of storytelling sprouted as a young child. Her inspiration as a writer comes from her passion to bring hope and healing to her reading audience. Rose has over 15 years in the publishing industry and has penned five novels and published three entitled, Cameo Appearances, When God Sleeps and These Seats Are Taken, which is her latest release. She earned a Master’s Degree in Occupational Health and Safety with a concentration in Environmental Management. Rose is a member American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW), The Authors Guild, The National Writers Association, the Writers Guild and a host of other fiction/screen writing organizations.
Constanze Lourdes-Cordon, a prominent clinical psychologist seems to have it all. She has made her professional and social mark in urban chic Washington DC when suddenly her world comes crashing down and she is stripped of everything she loves—her son, her career and her seventeen-year marriage to Ellis Cordon. She finds herself on an unexpected life journey in the heart of rural North Carolina where she discovers a life so rich and full she could have never imagined. These Seats are Taken will take you onriveting heart-felt tale of friendship, forgiveness, love and self-discovery. In her third release These Seats are Taken, Rose Rodriquez has crafted a bold and compelling story steeped with humor and life lessons that will surely engage and hold readers until the end.
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