Single Mothers Find Solace in New Non-Fiction Book: You're Not Just a Statistic

Author Alisha L. Gordon release Pieces: Finding the Missing Piece is Easier than You Think

(ATLANTA)-What do the 9.7 million single mothers in the U.S.* have in common? There's a possibility that they are missing a "piece" of themselves. Author Alisha L. Gordon, M.Ed. explores these missing pieces in her new book Pieces: Finding the Missing Piece is Easier than You Think Pieces. Pieces is a nonfiction book that reverberates beyond race, status quo, and class structure; the story is about self revelation, seeking out what God expects of us, and finding those missing pieces in our lives.

Through the course of 7 chapters, readers engage in personal anecdotes that are reflective of their own experiences as single mothers; the familiarity of the text motivates readers to work towards personal goals and aspirations as many of the chapters have reflection questions and exercises within the pages of the book.

Pieces is more than just a self-reflection; it is a real manifestation of God's intent and purpose for mothers, their children, and their legacy. Readers of the book have already been impacted by its content: "[Alisha] pours her heart out in order to help restore the many women out there who seemed to have lost their way when it comes to the balancing act of it all. It uplifts, inspires, teaches and causes every reader to reflect. Soul food at its finest!"

While the book's target audience is for single mothers, the book proves to be one that engages women in finding their best selves. It gives women the opportunity to reflect and regain a sense of purpose, and if you're lucky, a few laughs and chuckles in between.

Alisha L. Gordon is a full-time educator and avid writer. Her work has been featured in Upscale Magazine, BREAK Magazine, and a host of independent magazines and news papers including Spelman College's Spelman Spotlight and Morehouse College's The Maroon Tiger. She is a 2004 graduate of Spelman College and a 2009 recipient of a Master's degree in secondary education from the University of Phoenix. Alisha is the mother of a beautiful 5-year-old daughter.

ISBN 978-0-578-05387-5

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