Virginia DeBerry and Donna Grant, best friends for twenty plus years, have co-authored three best selling novels . Have been an avid fan of Deberry and Grant's books for quite some time
Have been an avid fan of Deberry and Grant's books for quite some time. So, thought that this book was going to be just as enjoyable as the previous book, but it was a slow and predictable read. Somewhat disappointed in the book as it was not what I thought it would be.
Virginia DeBerry and Donna Grant. Virginia DeBerry and Donna Grant are American authors who co-wrote several books between 1990 and 2010. When publication of Maxima ceased, they tried writing a book together.
The result, was Exposures, a novel about friendship and the world of fashion which was published in 1990. DeBerry and Grant capture timely and increasingly universal themes with this dramatic, epic and often tragic story of triumph and failure. Tryin' to Sleep in the Bed You Made, came seven years later and was a critical success, an Essence Bestseller, garnered the Merit Award for Fiction from the Black Caucus of the American Library Association, as well as the 1998 Book of the Year Award from the African American Booksellers Conference of BEA (Book Expo America.
Virginia DeBerry and Donna Grant, best friends for more than 25 years, have turned a friendship into the most successful collaboration to date in African-American fiction. They are the co-authors of three bestselling novels such as "Tryin' to Sleep" "in the Bed You Made", "Far From the Tree"," Better Than I Know Myself" and the re-released "Exposures", (written as Marie Joyce) originally published in 1990 by Warner Books
It was also published in Spain as Instantaneas.
It was also published in Spain as Instantaneas. Their second book, written as DeBerry and Grant, was Tryin' to Sleep in the Bed You Made, was an Essence Bestseller and won the Merit Award for Fiction from the Black Caucus of the American Library Association, as well as the 1998 Book of the Year Award from the Blackboard Bestseller List/African American Booksellers Conference-Book Expo America.
Tryin’ to Sleep in the Bed You Made. This book is a work of fiction.
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by Virginia Deberry (Author), Donna Grant (Author). Donna Grant spent more than a decade as a model for catalogs and advertisements. What Doesn't Kill You has defi nitely made me stronger! I love this book!" - -Sybil Wilkes, Tom Joyner Morning Show.