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Are you feeling OVERWHELMED? Has the new year begun but you just can’t seem to get it together? Are you tired of EVERYONE pulling for your attention? Do you want to stop the juggling act, but just can’t seem to figure out how? Does the mere thought of all that you have to do today, exhaust your brain cells? Are you a hairpin away from telling EVERYONE, "SHUT UP" and “LEAVE ME ALONE”?
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Wearing many hats is not easy! Having to be wife, mother, sister, confidant, friend, teacher, nurse, cheerleader, errand-girl, and whomever or whatever our loved ones need us to be can be quite overwhelming. How do we keep our sanity?
I’m Not God, I’m Just a Woman, is a must read for both men and women alike. This book is by far NOT your typical self-help book. It was inspired by the Holy Spirit to help every woman recognize that she is not God; therefore, she cannot be everything to everyone at the same time. Combining practical everyday life scenarios with a twist of entertainment and drama that will keep the reader seated between its pages. Loops of laughter, turns of tears, and elevations of enlightenment will even peak the curiosity of the non-reader. The primary focus of this book is to help women prioritize their lives, so that in the midst of everyone pulling for our attention, we can still manage to keep it all together! Visit my website for an excerpt or to place an order @ www.shevelleford.org. SHIPPING IS FREE!!!!!!
I will be in Virginia on 4/17/10 at Virginia Center Commons Mall in Richmond, VA for the authors pavilion, from 12-7pm. If you will be in the area, I'd love to meet you.
If you're unable to attend, please checkout the books on the website.
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We read and discussed Captured by Beverly Jenkins a few months ago and it's nominated as the best historical of the year over at:
If you think it's the best historical on the list, please vote for it. Let's spread the word.
Jacquelin Thomas did a blog tour. Started on my blog, but let me say the subject matter of The Ideal Wife is very different for a Christian Fiction novel and not at all what you would assume for title. It's a must read. Links for the tour are on my blog. www.urbanchristianfictiontoday.com
Just scroll down until you find her beautiful book cover.
Sins of the Father was very good. I'm giving away books during my website contest. Not much competition for them. Sign my guestbook and sign up for my contest from my website. www.rhondamcknight.net
The Ideal Wife by Jacquelin Thomas was very good. I'm about to crack open The Manual by Sherryle Jackson.
I absolutely love your avatar picture.
I just stopped by to ask what have you read that's been good. I've had some great interviews on my blog.
Have a great week!
Secrets and Lies, coming Nov 24th
Just to let you know that my new Urban book has dropped: The title is: Love Trumps Game by d.y. phillips. To check out an excerpt, please visit my web site at: www.debraphillips.homestead.com. You don't want to miss this roller coaster of a story!
My new book, ISLAND BEAUTY comes out today and I would love it if you would check it out and purchase a personalized copy. I would really appreciate your support. To purchase book or check out my other books please visit www.newworldpublish.webs.com Thank you and have a blessed day!
“ISLAND BEAUTY is the best piece Marlene have ever written. She have really matured as a writer. I think it would even make a good movie. There is great suspense and conflict. Marlene shows life and how it really is, even when we think we have good friendships, life can throw us a curve ball. I really enjoyed reading her story it was great, the tone was good and it was exciting. Keep up the good work!”
Gidorah Matthews Author Of:
The Secret Exposed: What Every Christian Should Know
The Windowsill Children Series
Sage Churchill has always had the best of everything, a loving father that gave her everything her heart desired and good friends to kick it with, which always made life more exciting. She thought her life was perfect, until the day her father makes a deathbed confession that shatters her world as she knows it.
When Sage finds out that her mother, whom she was led to believe died, may be alive and living in Jamaica, her world is turned upside down. She is faced with the toughest decision of her life. Does she search for a woman she’s never known or does she ignore her longing for a mother’s love?
Sage, Nicky, Tish, and Lace have been friends since pre-school. But their relationship suffers when they bring the drama to Sage’s doorstep. Her girl, Nicky, has gotten herself involved in the drug game and has Sage’s name all caught up in the mix, bringing the authorities to her door. Tish, has a mystery lover and when that person’s identity is revealed, it may tear the girls’ thirteen year friendship apart and possible cause one of them to lose their life.
Will Sage find her mother and live happily ever after? Will she survive the drama? Or have a nervous breakdown?
Dee here from your Black Romance Book Club.
One of our very own has a new book out.
Let's Read When Love Comes Around by Victoria Wells!
We'll start discussion on April 3,2009.
You are cordially invited to attend the 15 year anniversary of the Romance Slam Jam conference. This is the only conference that celebrates readers and authors of Black romance. For full details, view the website at: http://www.romanceslamjam.org/Conference/Newsletter/Articles/RSJCruise2010.htm
Spread the word.
REMINDER - The launch of my new novel, "The House on Monroe Street" is this Saturday, March 21st at 4pm
A short reading will be followed by a signing at
1421 St. John's Place
Brooklyn, NY 11213
I look forward to seeing you there. Thank you for your support.
Jacquie Bamberg Moore
Hey everyone. This is Patrice. I am back and better than ever. I see that we all have reading a ball. So I was thinking that maybe we should start a book a month club. I thought it might be cool to bring all of us together one accord as we do our thing. Each month we will read one book together and this book can be any genre can be recommend by any member by the fifteenth of the month before the book talk. So if you want to recommend the book for May I need to have the title by April 15. So since I stared the club I thought that I should chose the first book and the book that I chose was Act Like A Lady, Think Like A Man by Steve Harvey. We will have the discussion on April 6 all day because I know that we all have varies activities to do. So please reply and let me know if you will be predicating. Happy Reading
Hello AABooklover. I 'm just drooping a note to invite you to visit my site: www.mzmarieantionette.com and check out the release of my book titled A Girl Named Job available via-paypal. This is a revised second release due to difficulties I experienced with a subsidiary publisher 3 years ago. I've learned that practice = progress and if you are interested, I'd truly appreciate your support. And if you don't mind, please sign the guest book. Thanks!