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Leadership Lessons: My Review of OMARI AND THE PEOPLE

I don’t quite remember how I came across this novel. Don’t remember if I saw it in the Amazon ad emails and the cover struck me. Don’t recall if I was searching for something and it came up in the … Continue reading

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NEW RELEASE SPOTLIGHT

Today, I have the great pleasure of spotlighting the work of prolific author,  Chicki Brown. “Born to be Wild: Book One in the Lake Series” is available now! Blurb: A quiet bookworm, Tangela Holloway has always been content working at … Continue reading

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Excerpt from HEART OF STONE (JULY 2017)

“Those deacons have been looking for you,” Lakeisha told Cap Morgan. “Wearing black masks. Kicking in doors. Pointing guns. They’re going to kill you.” Cap smiled. “I ain’t worried about them.” He looked around the home library where he was … Continue reading

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Excerpt from HEART OF STONE (JULY 2017)

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A Sweet Read (Review of The Sweet Spot by Joan Livingston)

Edie Sweet’s disposition is identical to her last name. She is sweet and lovable, the type of woman who never meets a stranger. She’s sweet in spite of losing her husband, Gil, to the Vietnam War. But maybe she’s a … Continue reading

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Excerpt from Heart of Stone (The Stephen Stone Trilogy, Book One)

Winter attacked Shalom, South Carolina with several inches of snow. In a city that boasted of pale beaches usually beaten with sweltering heat year round, temperatures now dipped to record lows. Patches of ice found solace on dark waters of … Continue reading

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Reflections on Friendship – Review of LeTara Moore’s Reflections in the Music

I enjoy reading stories about friendship as a friend is truly a precious commodity. The group Whodini recorded a song called Friends and the chorus sings, “How many of us have them?” If you are blessed to have a friend, … Continue reading

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