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She has lived a wonderful life and the best way to honor the creator and director of her life is through her poetic prowess. Author Lajuana Craft Ryckeley opens up her life through the verses in “Word from God: Rising out of the Ashes”.
For most people, the norm is having a wife deal with an alcoholic husband. Many don’t realize that there are husbands everywhere who also have to stand their ground and keep their sanity while dealing with alcoholic wives. In the story “Walk a Little Slower Daddy”, author A.L. Ford Jr puts the spotlight on this not-so-talked about issue in society, hoping to give a voice to those who can’t be open or seem to be embarrassed to share about it.
How can a person get over anything when all her life, all she knew were struggles? How can she trust men when growing up, most of the adults she knew abused her? How can she find hope when even the psychologist she was seeing since she was a child could not even help her? It may seem impossible and others may think that her life is going down the drain; at one time, yes it had been, but she finally found the strength to fight. And in her new memoir, “My Fight for Survival”, author Misty Long bares it all.
Can life really be a game of chance or is there a guiding hand moving the pieces on the board? There are a lot going on in this world that people have to believe that things happen for a reason and they are where they are meant to be. In “Deep Secrets”, author William Salmond’s new book, there’s a story of hope, love, healing, and so much more that will inspire readers as they follow the characters discover themselves, their hearts and their souls.
The mentality of people in general relate to discrimination, even without using black and white, age, race, gender, values, educational level, political affiliation, poverty, rationality, materialism and job applications. Discrimination starts with the mind and is evoked through one’s attitude. It’s not because a person is colored or about his background, but it’s what his mind tells him that pushes him to discriminate others. In this powerful and emotional read, author Anderson Joseph writes journals of his experiences to open the eyes of everyone on “The Mentality of Discrimination”.
Devoting her work life to help and assist other women in their pregnancies, delivery + postpartum stages. Rikki was to be able to spend a lifetime doing what she found rewarding. In author Judy Warrenton’s book, “View through a Speculum”, readers will follow a nurse’s thirty-seven year ob-gyn career starting with labor and delivery and then all the medical and emotional ups and downs of women's private lives as seen via working in a private practice, you will be nodding, smiling, laughing or even tearing up.
Can life be controlled to be enjoyed? Or should a person let life be, in order to experience its greatness and adventures? Author Marta Reinoso weaves an endearing story in “The Fault in Us” as she lets readers navigate the plans and unplanned moments of life --- and how these make up the beauty and fullness of the meaning and understanding of life --- through the pages of this book.
Many people avoid the religious and the spiritual talk because most of the time, they do not have any idea about God and God's plans for each and every individual.
From author Kahalia Solano-Johnson and illustrator Harshshikha comes a vibrant and colorful children’s book that parents and guardians can share with their young ones. “Why I Love Summer” offers the little ones a glimpse of what makes summer fun, exciting and memorable. The children will find the story easily relatable and would even give them new ideas of how to spend their summers.
Can their love handle the darkness, or will their pasts render them better off alone? Will their secrets be their downfall? Readers will find out as they follow the lovers in author Rhiannon Kay’s riveting romance “Crescendo”. Sometimes, life doesn’t pan out the way people want them to be. But oftentimes, it’s the path that leads them to where they are supposed to be.