Blue Sun, Yellow Sky by Jamie Jo Hoang

Blue Sun, Yellow Sky by Jamie Jo Hoang

Women and Adversity: Blue Sun, Yellow Sky

by Jamie Jo Hoang

The title of this book attracts attention right off. Intriguing, for sure. What could the book be about? The summary at says that Aubrey Johnson, 27, has received rave reviews for her paintings, but a doctor told her she’d be blind within two months. Talk about adversity!

Audrey decides to travel around the world with a friend, but it isn’t until she’s blindfolded and tasting food in China, that she realizes what her future holds.

The concept forces the reader to consider herself in this type of situation.

How would you react? What would you do? How would you go forward?

Audrey’s journey is fascinating and realistic.

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Article By: Jo Ann Mathews

I’ve been a professional freelance writer for several years and specialize in writing feature stories. I have more than a 1,000 bylines to my credit and have written on countless topics from autism to zoology. My columns on fashion and the Internet appeared in a Chicago area newspaper in the 90s. “Brunswick Buzz,” the column in The Sun News, the Myrtle Beach, S.C. daily, ran for seven years then “Events on the North Strand” took over in October 2013, also in The Sun News.

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