About A Season of Disruption by Jacqueline P. Walker
A twist of fate leaves Murna Moreland, a young, Caribbean homemaker widowed with five children. She needs to find a way to provide for her family. So, she makes a seemingly unimaginable choice. Murna leaves her children hoping to find a better life in the United States.
With no mother or father present, fifteen-year-old Hope must courageously guide her four younger siblings as they care for themselves and each other. Each day, the children strive with one goal in mind – quickly joining their mother.
Time passes, and Murna’s dream to reunite her family grows bleak. Unwilling to give up, she conceives and undertakes an unlikely plan. The stakes were high. If her plan fails, she will remain separated from her family and lose the opportunity to give her children a better life.
Heartfelt and captivating, A Season of Disruption celebrates Caribbean heritage, paying homage to generations of Caribbean mothers whose acts of courage and determination saved their families and created success opportunities for the generations that followed.
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Jacqueline P. Walker is a self-published author and inspirational blogger born in Jamaica, West Indies, and raised in Washington, D.C. She is a Certified Professional Technical Communicator (CPTC) with over 30 years of corporate leadership experience. Jacqueline believes storytelling is entertaining, encouraging, educational, and able to build bridges across cultures and generations.