About the Book
Some days are filled with pain, trauma and heartache. Then there are those where laughter and smiles prevail. But no matter the season or circumstance, we can always find a reason to enjoy the day!
In Enjoy The Day, This Way, author Patricia Wynn-Mason shares the wisdom and insight that guided her to a more joyful living. Patricia pens affirmations for each day of the week, encouraging readers to identify with the hope-filled sentiments and employ the motivation each entry provides to rise from the ashes and find the power to live each day, joyfully!
Sometimes, it’s not that we’re having a bad day…the flame just needs to be rekindled. Are you ready to conquer setbacks, adversity, self-doubt and more? Then get ready to Enjoy The Day, This Way!
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I’m Taking Back My Life
Silence, unhealed trauma and unforgiveness. Are there lessons to be learned in neglecting any of these areas? And what should we do if we find ourselves repeating these cycles as we try to figure out what to do next?
In I’m Taking Back My Life: 21 Days to Reclaiming Your Time, Life and Self-Love, best-selling author Crystal Brooks vigilantly pens the story of her trials and tribulations, as she walks in her purpose and the calling on her life to show you how to take charge of your life and stop letting doubt, fear and unworthiness place a stronghold on you. I’m Taking Back My Life teaches you how to affirm what you say, shift your mindset, and find your voice to reclaim complete power over your life!
Crystal is a true example of emerging from life’s storms, proving that your past does not define you, but pushes you into your breakthrough! It’s time to be empowered to reclaim your birthright of abundance and greatness, and Crystal will show you how!
Not Bitter, Better
It’s very rare that the vicious cycle of generational curses reaches the point of accountability. Who is responsible for the pain, suffering, and inability of those affected by the cycle to heal? Too often, we find ourselves praying to be set free, while simultaneously using our own guilt to keep our self-inflicted wounds from healing.
In Not Bitter, Better, Dr. Katrina R. Sparks reveals how she overcame the hurt of growing up as a fatherless child, later becoming a single mother, and dealing with low self-esteem in order to shatter the generational curses once plaguing her family with purpose and grace. Using deft, personal insight that ignites every page, not only does Dr. Sparks provide readers with wisdom she attained from her own experiences, she unwraps the practical tools, resources, and guidance necessary to help others navigate through their own obstacles and put their fervent prayers into action.
For every woman who is ready to overcome and work towards their breakthrough, turn the page, and open their heart, join Dr. Sparks on this healing journey, using the bricks and stones that were meant to hurt you, to build the life you desire and deserve!
Imagine Life Without African-American Inventors
Did you know your cellphone was invented by an African American? What about the doorknob, mailbox, or the home security system? Through the book, you will learn along with Mr. Kentrell’s class just how African American women and men contributed to the world we live in.
Imagine Life Without African American Inventors is a beautifully illustrated children’s book about inventions that has become the fabric of our everyday lives. Children will learn that some things that we may take for granted – from the components in a cell phone, streetlights, mailbox, hairbrush, potato chips, ironing board to the home security system – were created by African American men and women. As Michelle and Mr. Kentrell’s class learn about these inventors, they are asked to image life without African Americans.
An ALTered Me
It’s easy to petition God for those promises we know we’ve already been predestined to receive, but what happens when our best laid plans and desires collides with God’s will for our lives?
In An Altered Yes, Kiawana discovers the consequences of shirking God’s plans in favor of doing things our own way to get what we want. Finding it difficult to accept or agree with God’s path to her destiny, Kiawana takes a series of shortcuts to reach her destination, opening herself up to unimaginable pain and suffering in the process. Not only do the messy trials she endures test her faith, Kiawana’s stretched beyond saving herself.
Will tribulation help Kiawana realize she can’t rely on her own strength and power but that of the Lord, or will she give up before she learns the most important lessons of all? The beginning may be marred by adversity, but it never has to be the end!
The Message 108
By Charlotte Crumley Arrington
Greatness isn’t simply a fleeting thought…it has to be manifested. However, manifestation doesn’t take place without ACTION, and action begins with YOU.
The Message 108 – from debut author Charlotte Crumley Arrington, is the explosive playbook for readers who not only want to see the desires of their hearts come true, they refuse to lose! As you flip through the pages of The Message 108 (“108” being a divine number signifying the time is now), let Charlotte serve as your coach, providing you with creative strategies highlighting tangible skills that produce winning results. Everything you’ve been working, praying and training for is set to become your reality – all you need are the right plays to make it happen. Every page, every encouraging word, every strategy outlined in The Message 108 is designed to lead you to the success you are destined for, and to help you win the championship. Expect a miracle, follow your dreams and they will come true! It’s not just time to play…it’s time to WIN.
Pick Up Your Crown
By Jessica Simington
Imagine being at war with yourself over what should come so easily to a person––love, trust, and understanding. Jessica Simington’s novel, Pick Up Your Crown, allows Jessica to tell her story about ten years of chaotic relationships, searching for love in all the wrong faces. Jessica decided it was time to make changes in her life, and she did so by being accountable and learning to rely on God to heal her. What Jessica learned in her search for the truth was that her choices were not about her. They were about her absentee father. Jessica began to love herself, ending years of domestic abuse, rejection, and mental abuse. Jessica looks to inspire others to pick up their crown to self-care and encourage them to find their true identity.
It’s Not What Happens To You, but What Happens For You!!
Do you struggle with feeling unworthy of love? Have you ever thought that you are not enough? That you “just might have” asked for the abuse given? How many nights have you blamed yourself? Which day of the week do you break down in tears trying to forget? That maybe, if you had done better or given more, your path would have been more enjoyable. Danah Hayes knows all too well what it’s like to live in this painful space. This was her story, but in this book, you will learn how she overcame, was overjoyed, and was overly blessed!
In her book, Silently Speaking: Celebrating A Woman’s Journey from Abuse to Abundance, Self-Discovery and Transformational Coach, mentor, inspirational speaker, and founder and creator of the Evolve into Your Power Method, Danah shares her story of wrestling with the after-effects of abuse, coming face-to-face with the unimaginable, healing through the pain and walking in her greater power through her spiritual awakening. As you read each page, you will learn how to rise above and dismantle deeply ingrained emotional and mental blocks, examine your internal motivations, and align with the desires of your heart so you can embrace your power unapologetically.
So, if you are ready to celebrate the journey, this book is for you!
Michelle Goes to An HBCU
From Black Culture, to The Divine Nine, to Homecoming, to Marching Bands, Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) are home of Black Excellence
It’s Family Day!!! Visiting her cousin, Michelle gets to experience life on a college campus, an HBCU campus. From witnessing the sisterhood, attending a step show, and even meeting professors and staff members to discuss her future aspirations, Michelle finds herself at “Home”. Michelle Goes To A HBCU is an amazing way to introduce a child in your life to the importance of selecting a college that exemplifies education, representation, inclusion and culture, while allowing them to be proud of who they are!!