Tahira Chloe Mahdi is a writer of books, screenplays, and entertainment blogs. She is a community psychologist who has also been a radio/TV/web personality, broadcasting school instructor, video vixen, and college professor.
Getting her PhD was almost as cool as publishing her first book God Laughs Too: Incidents in the Life of a Black Chick, performing the intro on the first all-woman go-go rap song “A Pocketful of Dymes," and having an actor portray her in the documentary TMOTTGoGo Inside the Pocket.
She has neighbors in Baltimore City and in P.G. County but is at home with her husband and two sons in outer space.
Of all the times Roshawn’s life fell apart, the summer of 2010 was the messiest ... by far. Locations have been redacted because this tale of thirst and mischief is way too hot to handle! Unemployed and fresh outta college at age 32, Roshawn is back in her hometown looking for a job and the perfect summer fling to cure her blues.
As luck would have it, her three potential suitors each have their own baggage—and beef with one another. Living with her mother is a daily battle, but beneath the matriarch's wisdom and warnings are secrets even darker than Roshawn’s. In these naughty, explosive adventures, life in the suburbs spins way out of control, and the past always catches up to kick some ass.
A very realistic account of a 21-year-old's battles with marijuana, alcohol and casual sex at the threshold of the new millenium. She believes her conscience is the voice of God, which she interacts with when she gets into trouble.
What happens when she doesn't take His advice makes for the uproarious, dramatic adventures of God Laughs, Too.