WelcomeWelcome! My name is Ophelia De Laine Gona and I am the author of the book, Dawn of Desegregation. This blog, Reflections & Perspectives, gives me (and my readers) the chance to reflect on my perspectives, as well as to gain perspectives on my reflections. Enjoy—and visit often!
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Well, I’ve finished another book. The Autobiography of Amos G. Gona: More Than Luck is the story of my husband’s life. He gave me his memories—unwillingly at first, saying there was nothing to tell. I knew there was. He claimed … Continue reading
Whatever I once thought about shelves of bookstores being laden with my book Dawn of Desegregation on the book’s publication date turned out to be wrong. In fact, in the months since its publication, I’ve heard of only one bookstore … Continue reading
On March 1, 2011, the first harbinger of my fifteen minutes of fame as an author arrived. (Actually, it turned out to be more like fifteen nanoseconds of micro-fame. But fame is fame; don’t knock it.) On that date, I … Continue reading