writing to honor diversity and celebrate inclusion. 

"The author elegantly articulates her precarious position between white and black society. Overall, this novel explores issues of equality and personal freedom in thought-provoking ways.

Sharp writing, an original plot, and a strong female protagonist make for an engrossing read."
- Kirkus Review

Offerings:

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     Live and virtual visits with book clubs, book stores, television and radio shows.
 
   Creative writing workshops for schools and writing groups.
   
   Intercultural communication presentations.

   One-on-one content and idea coaching for writers.

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Dorothea Hubble Bonneau M.A. is a five-time award winning novelist, produced playwright, and optioned screenwriter. Her work is informed by her love of family, nature and the arts.

Dorothea has facilitated craft workshops and intercultural communication seminars for writing groups, book clubs and schools including: Historical Writer’s Conference, Williamsburg, Virginia; Other Words Writing Conference, Tampa, Florida; University of the Pacific; University of Phoenix; University of California;  Davis Public Schools, Davis, Ca.; California Writers Club; and AAUW Book Club.