Author Virginia (Ginny) Scales-Medeiros explores the eternal question, "What is Normal “What is Normal?” is a dramatic fictional novel based on the inspiring true story of Sue. Normal for Sue growing up was being a teenage high school dropout of teenage parents, being molested by a relative, backwoods living, strict Baptist upbringing, poorly made clothes, even living in a trailer that is now a chicken coop. Later, normal is discovering the power of lying, stealing, alcohol, and drugs. Normal is mastering the art of selling, making headline news, patenting a new invention and landing in a movie, reaching in the end not a "normal", but an authentic life.
The Force M.D.’s originally called themselves the L.D.s, then the Force MCs, but ultimately preferred MD, which is short for Musical Diversity. Though the group was not quite always as recognizable as other New York R&B acts when it first started, the Force M.D.’s were among the first R&B vocal groups to intermix doo-wop-affected consonances with hip-hop beats.