The Women of Normal Street represent the strength, passion, pain, and love sustained and survived day by day. It touches on a community of people being subjected to perpetual deceit that results in broken minds and fatalities. Women of Normal Street are short stories about an uncivilized war of sorts whose battle is yet to be won. Normal Street is a contradiction of life for women inside urban communities until they learn to love and trust God, themselves, and one another.
April Ayn Weaver, is a mother and softah (grandmother in Hebrew). She holds a BA in Psychology and a Master's Degree in Clinical Mental Health. She has worked with “at-risk” adolescents, women, and families for over 10 years. April Ayn loves and is gifted in counseling, encouraging others to see, then seek a higher purpose for their lives. April draws her inspiration from the Creator of this marvelous work we are and that exists beyond the human eye! Admiring beauty, good music, creativity, from many perspectives is among her favorite interests.