GLORY…THE HAIR is the story of one woman’s journey after getting her hair snipped too much. It depicts how very important hair is to everyone. Hair is a woman’s personality and her livelihood and dating life really depends upon it. Some men won’t even look in the direction of a woman with short hair. Hair is sexy.
Jennifer Williams goes for a routine hair visit at Touch-Up salon. This is Shelia Kennedy’s upscale hair salon where some of Memphis’ finest are getting their hair whipped. After leaving, Jennifer gets more than she bargained for. Her hairdresser Shelia cuts too much of her hair. Jennifer says it’s about jealousy and hairdressers trying to destroy a woman’s glory. Shelia, of course, thinks that Jennifer is overreacting. This hair drama affects Jennifer at church, on the job and in her relationship with Troy. Shelia the hairdresser does not go unaffected. It is affecting her personal life, her standing in the community and her clientele. After Shelia has a slip of the scissors so to speak, the entire city is a buzz about the two. Jennifer once cordial with Shelia is now taking her to court over hair and it has nothing to do with a bad relaxer. Read the book to find out what Jennifer is suing Shelia for.
The damsel in distress has to rely on her faith to keep from “going postal” but she doesn’t stop there. Shelia needs to be taught a lesson. Hairdressers are supposed to be a woman’s best friend. Jennifer believes that Shelia intentionally cut her hair just because she’s “j”. Shelia believes that Jennifer has it all wrong, but now it’s being played out in the court of public opinion and in a court of law.