My Side of the Story
by Charron Monaye
The newest collection of poetry entitled, My Side of The Story, focuses on the thoughts, feelings, emotions, life’s obstacles, racial inequality, and heartbreak, in which women often leave untold. As Women, we are told to be strong because that is our nature, Don’t Stop at Adversity because we have the strength to overcome mountains. We can never give up no matter what, because we carry the nations on our shoulders. These poetic stories, written by Charron Monaye, are the thoughts of many women finally having the voice to speak out, including her own, allowing others to know how it feels to be hurt, abused, taking advantage of, loved, cared for, appreciated, or in enraged.
A Leap Of Faith
By Tam Yvonne
Leilani Jordan is young, gifted, and blessed. Prophetess of a successful ministry in Charlotte, North Carolina, Leilani is still reeling from the death of her husband, who passed away early in their marriage from prostate cancer.
The emotional scars from that event have quelled Leilani’s desire to love or be loved. That is until she meets Floyd Hamilton, who has been hired as the new keyboardist for the church. Mr. Hamilton’s presence has ignited feelings in Leilani that she thought were long dead and buried with her husband.
Leilani questions if this man is God sent, or is he trouble on the horizon? Leilani is conflicted over her faith and the flesh. She prays that God will guide her path to His will. Is she willing to listen to God and take a leap of faith?
Coming November 2020
From Carefree to Caregiver!
By Teraleen Campbell Many of us were settled into our respective life’s daily routines when the health of a loved one declined. Suddenly the responsibilities being their primary caregiver became a reality. Being a caregiver is not limited to … Read More
John’s Journey to Outer Space
By John Xavier
Astronauts and space are perennial kid-favorites. John’s Journey to Outer Space offers an exciting look into the imagination of a young, African-American boy who experiences many extraordinary galactic adventures in outer space. Written in an accessible and fun style, this informative text is perfectly complemented by visually stunning, large-sized, full-color illustrations.
This is the perfect book to encourage children aged three and over to engage in S.T.E.M by using their imagination, thinking creatively and learning about basic cosmic terminology.
- Supports Learning:
- Promotes problem-solving
- Encourages focus
- Supports early learning of outer space terminology
- Inspires creativity and imagination with lively illustrations
- Empowers children with a ‘Can Do’ mindset
Get Out Of Your Own Way: 11 Life-Changing Stories on How to Face Everything & Rise!
After the success of the book Get Out of Your Own Way, Vol. 1 and its hit stage play, Charron Monaye comes back with a cutting-edge sequel.
Get Out of Your Own Way 11 Life-Changing Stories on How to Face Everything & Rise! is brutally honest and pulls no punches in getting to the root of why we let life get in the way of our dreams. Charron Monaye along with eleven others weave through their journey of letting go and overcoming the pitfalls and valleys that we sometimes find ourselves in during life. They remind us, so eloquently, that a dream is nothing without action, and hope is nothing without prayer. Join these twelve gifted authors as they write about the heartbreak of failure and what it’s like to triumphant over life’s many adversities. They will inspire and encourage you to find the best version of yourself and forget the notion that you’re only as good as your present circumstances. If you’re ready to take the first step towards finding your own greatness, then you can’t afford to miss this great read!
Congratulations to: Chris Hopson, Parenthysis E. Gardner, Tyrone Brown, LaKeya Guy, Teddy Pendergrass II, Charron Monaye, Sidney Ginyard, Tyrone DuBose, Lisa Dove Washington, Brett Lillard, Nichole Sherri.. they are officially out of their own way
From Break Up to Come Up: 8 Life Lessons to Navigate The End of Any Relationship like a BOSS
By Stephanie Arnold
No one ever teaches us how to break up and be happy, but what if your broken heart was the best thing to ever happen to you….
Pivoted from questions about love and loss to growth and healing during a period of transition, Stephanie unveils her heart amid shattering circumstances of how she mitigated trauma following the end of her years-long relationship.
In From Break Up to Come Up: 8 Life Lessons to Navigate The End of Any Relationship like a BOSS, Stephanie invites us to join her journey of revelatory experiences and the self-affirming processes that cleared the path to her “come up”. Instead of focusing on the challenges that ended the relationship, Stephanie decided to look at the positives, giving her renewed motivation to pursue her life’s purpose.
Stephanie offers her transformative playbook to support anyone ready to move on from the end of their relationship towards making life after their most fulfilling time yet.
Coming September 2020
Honoring The Legacy: A Guide of African-American Monuments and Statues
By Tammy Gibson
“Black history is more than 28 days.” Living historian Tammy Gibson takes us through her travels around the United States, digging deep into the soil of American history to tell the stories of African American heroes so often edited out of the history books.
In her book, Honoring The Legacy: A Guide of African-American Monuments and Statues, Gibson locates the statues and monuments of African Americans that changed the course of history. From grave sites of forgotten African American to monuments of men and women who shaped our modern lives, this book chronicles Gibson’s journey of discovery, and will leave you with newfound knowledge, respect, and understanding for the figures of her heritage. The reminders of the past will sadden, inspire, and provoke readers who take the journey within these pages with her.
This guidebook provides an outdoor museum of a list of over 500+ monuments and statues of prominent African Americans and historical events that have shaped history and past and present African American sculptors, through their artistic work, who have created beautiful and impressive monuments that will withstand the test of time.
Coming September 2020
Get Out Of Your Own Way: Overcoming Adversity to Live In Your Truth Out Loud
Compiled By: Charron Monaye
Get Out Of Your Own Way: Overcoming Adversity to Live In Your Truth Out Loud is a collection of personal short stories from C.E.O.’s and Entrepreneurs who have learned the valuable lesson of focusing on Faith, instead of Fear!
STOP Asking for Permission & Give Notice: A Guide to Living Unapologetically
by Charron Monaye
Author, Playwright, and all-around Writer, Charron Monaye shares her journey from pain to peace, outlining steps everyone can take to create an unapologetic life — while removing toxic people and hardships. Eight years ago, Charron Monaye was faced with a divorce, eviction, unemployment, and emotional breakdowns as a result of anxiety. Being a single mom and struggling to make ends meet to provide the basic necessities for her two children, she was faced with a decision: Allow life’s challenges to overwhelm her, or STAND UP and OWN her life.
There are countless self-help books that preach and teach you the things you need to do to “obtain” the right life. In “STOP Asking for Permission & Give Notice”, this woman shares her insights to “maintaining” a life that is rich, simply by owning it. Charron Monaye gives the reader access to her successes by focusing on the three areas of personal ownership that must be refined to bring true liberation, what she has termed “the 3 A’s”–Acknowledge, Accept, Attain.