Kennedi Meets The Vice President
Did you know what you want to be when you grow up? Do you know that you can do anything and be anything you want?
Kennedi Meets the Vice President is a vibrantly illustrated book that introduces children to career day at school. Children will learn about different jobs they can do when they grow up, such as a firefighter, doctor, pilot, or nurse. Read on to see how Kennedi and Ms. Tammi’s class meet the vice president!
Heart Works: Mindful Things from the Heart
By Tonia Slaton
From Tonia Slaton, comes this debut collection of poetry that explores the movement from broken heart to healing, love, and moving on.
In Heart Works: Mindful Things from the Heart, Mrs. Slaton examines just how gentle, yet fragile our heart muscle is. Through beautifully crafted stanzas, Tonia reveals the comfort in pain and the freedom in moving on. As you flip each page, you will be reminded that healing is the best gift that you can give to yourself.
Please!! Don’t Say You Love Me
By Seant’a Conyers
A four-letter word, with Goliath sized power.
Love can ignite fires, strike pain or even launch wars. Loving someone right or loving them wrong can mend broken hearts, and even leave scars. In Please! Don’t Say You Love Me, breakout author Seant’a Conyers explores the various aspects of love and why we should understand the impact when it’s properly used or abused. When wielded like a weapon, love inflicts unbearable pain in the heart that’s desperate to own it, whether it be friendship, love of family, or simply…being in love. Love isn’t a whisper – it’s a roar. Tucked between these pages, you’ll find exactly what love has to say…about love. Do you know what love is?
When The Shit Hits The Fan
Compiled By Annette Morris
Divorce! Abuse! Trauma…we may not have shared experiences in common but the one thing we all have in common is that we have endured some serious trials and have triumphed over them all. In our triumph there’s been some lessons learned that each of us are ready to share with other women that are trying to overcome.
This is a story of 11 women that are ready to be transparent and share their life experiences, traumatic experiences and how they were able to overcome. We know that what we endured was not designed to kill us but to make us stronger and to help pull another sister forward!
A Thought For The Week
By Tonia Williams
Life was already hectic for some of us. The emotional toll of the COVID-19 pandemic has turned so many of our lives upside down. With all that is going on in the world we need some positive thoughts to get us sometimes, through our day. This book provides inspirational thoughts along with a scripture to get our week started.
Most people start their week on Mondays although the first day of the week is Sunday. But for your thought for the week, you can utilize it on Mondays along with the supporting scripture to start your week on a positive note.
There are 52 weeks in a year. Let us get started. Stay prayed up, continue to keep God first, and have a blessed week.
Enjoy The Day, This Way
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!
30 Days: Surviving the Trauma and Unexpected Loss of a Single Parent as an Only Child
By Kinyatta Gray
Losing a loved one is one of the hardest things we will ever have to face. But, imagine being the only child of an adopted mother and with no biological family to lean on when God calls her home. October 21, 2018 – the day Kinyatta’s life as she once knew it would forever be changed, leaving her to embrace a new perspective on earth, alone.
In this memoir, 30 Days: Surviving the Trauma and Unexpected Loss of a Single Parent as an Only Child, Kinyatta reflects on a 30-day period that changed the course of her life. She’ll uncover some of her deepest pain, greatest joys, unspeakable trauma, and how she allowed love to heal. Kinyatta’s honesty is brutal, but her truth is the only vessel that gives her hope to continue living the life that memorializes her mother’s legacy.
Whether you’ve lost a spouse, child, parent, sibling, relative, or friend, Kinyatta desires to meet you in your grief and walk with you there. This amazing read composed of brief chapters is designed to be digested one chapter per day, giving you bite-sized bits of comfort, encouragement, and healing over some time. You do not have to read it this way, of course. Read in the way that is most natural and helpful for you. Everyone grieves differently, but the one thing that is the same is that we all grieve after losing someone we love.
Fresh Courage to Believe
Fresh courage to believe is a note of encouragement…to those short on hope, struggling to see beyond a painful past or difficult circumstance, or in need of a renewed vision for their lives…those who have fearlessly summoned the courage and strength to take bold steps in the direction of their destiny, despite looming uncertainty…creatives waiting patiently to receive that second wind that will breathe new life through artistic inspiration…anyone trying to find their footing as they transition to a new phase of life, or someone just having a bad day. In one way or another, each piece seeks to remind readers how their unique experiences can serve to strengthen their resolve; how those experiences collectively represent the sum total of their life’s journey, reflecting key elements of God’s ultimate plan for their lives.
Bella Chloe Monroe couldn’t have imagined a better life for herself.
Blessed with a doting mother, compassionate lover, and fast-paced career as a flight attendant for one of the most prestigious airlines in the world, Bella simply can’t believe the life she dreamed of is the one she’s finally living. But just as every rose has its thorns, Bella’s about to discover the worst of them never stray far away.
Bella’s mother, Blossom Monroe, is an acclaimed playwright, adored for her exemplary works of art and praised by all but one, one who welled with jealousy in the shadows and away from the adoring spotlight Bella’s humble mom basked in as her career skyrocketed. With her career exploding, Blossom’s light draws everyone to her…even those who seek to put her light out. Before long, Bella and Blossom discover the glitter they crave is just a cover for the darkness looming beneath it, and danger is closer than they’ll ever admit.
Murder, paranoia, and deception cast the women into chaos as their fairytale disintegrates into a nightmare. Family as Bella once knew it would be no more, trust becomes a luxury, while incessant worrying becomes the new norm.
Will Bella and Blossom be able to recover the lavish life and luxuries they’ve grown accustomed to, or will vengeance and bloodshed hand them over to a fate they can’t return from?
Follow a daughter’s journey for avengement and redemption at the risk of losing her soul while a dastardly future peaks on the gloomy horizon.
With breakneck pacing and dazzling twists, “MOTHERLESS” is a riveting story bound to hypnotize you on how deeply connected family, a daughter’s love, ruthlessness, and betrayal can be.