Durham, North Carolina native brings surrogacy and infertility to the forefront with her powerful debut novel, Sister Surrogate
June 16, 2016 (Durham, NC) LaChelle Weaver brings a powerful novel which involves three sisters, a baby and family drama. Bridgette, Ivy, and Savannah have always been close…but their sisterhood hasn’t been without its challenges. Yet these sisters always manage to come together in times of need. When Savannah, the youngest sister, is faced with a life-altering illness, which threatens her lifelong desire to have children, one of her sisters offers to give her the ultimate gift- to become her surrogate.
While Savannah is overwhelmed with happiness and gratitude about her impending motherhood, not everyone in the family shares her sentiments. In fact, the upcoming bundle of joy has created a discord that this family may never be able to overcome. With issues of cervical cancer, infertility,
With issues of cervical cancer, infertility, sisterhood, and surrogacy, Sister Surrogate will resonate with readers, especially women. Weaver’s goal is to spark conversations. Sister Surrogate stands out from the crowd because of the way Weaver delivers it to her readers. Surrogacy isn’t something you normally hear about in the African American community. It’s seen on TV in movies and in the entertainment industry with celebrity women, mainly Caucasian, but that’s not the norm with African Americans.
LaChelle Weaver is one of the bestselling authors of Brown Girls Books’ #1 and award nominated anthology, The Dating Game where you can read her short story, “We Ain’t the Huxtables”. She is a native North Carolinian and an avid reader whose love for writing and storytelling spans back to childhood. An English graduate of North Carolina State University, she’s always had a passion for weaving words together to create an entertaining and engaging reading experience. Brown Girls Publishing is proud to release Weaver’s thought provoking and very taboo debut novel, Sister Surrogate which will be available nationwide on July 12, 2016
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