The 21 Day Journey


 About the Author

Chasity Carr is the author of The 21 Day Journey a book that seeks to inspire and motivate young and old alike to start out on their new path of self-discovery while finding solace in God’s word. Chasity is the founder of MotivatedMe, a motivational brand seeking to change the world one vision at a time. Her website is www.motivatedme.net. Chasity is the mother of 3 daughters, Kailyn, Khloe, and Kellie. She enjoys writing, singing, and watching sports.







About the book

This book takes you on a journey of self discovery which causes plans to change not knowing what to expect at times, but through it all, understanding your worth and trusting God for everything. This book will ignite a burning desire to unchain your mind, break strongholds on your life, understand God's plan for you and defeat the enemies plans for you to fail.

Why Not Me?


About the author

Elise Kea was born on June 23, 1989, in Wilmington, North Carolina, to mother Rosa, a schoolteacher, and father Moses Kea jr., a retired Army Air Borne member. Elise’s two older brothers Carlos and Antonio helped shape many of her ideals. She is a 4th grade elementary teacher in Killeen, Texas. While in long-term acute care at a rehabilitation center in Austin, Texas, she discovered that writing soothed her soul. She plans on writing a part two to the Why Not Me? series called Rehab for the Soul.



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True life story of being diagnosed with Lupus and Guillain–Barré in less than a six month time span.  

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Compromised


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Inda Lauryn hails from the South but made her way Midwest when she needed a change in her life. She works as an editor and writing tutor during the day. She is the cohost of the podcast @blackgirlsquee and hosts a biweekly radio show called The Black Swan Collective on Mixcloud. She will soon expand this format to create a daily show to showcase the works and talents of Black women in all areas of art and activism.




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Lisa and Danny found a strong connection when they met as teens and turned that connection into a relationship that saved them both. But their tumultuous history binds them as well as separates them. Years later, that past may bring them back together or drive them further apart.

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What My Sister Didn't Know




About the Author

Janie De Coster has published several novels with Gstreet Publications, Frienemies, Love at Midnight I the Anthology A Man for Every Season. She has in the works a 3 part Sister Series beginning with What My Sister Didn't Know which has been re released with Gstreet on March 19 2015. Part 2 was released on March 25 2015 and she is presently working on part 3. Janie has also spread her wings with her first paranormal Dark Side of Love published in December 2014.

Janie pens stories of real life drama. She wants to connect with her readers on a level they can relate to. Her novels shines a light on topics such as infidelity, betrayal, divorce, low self-esteem, weight issues, mental illness and domestic violence all the while bringing in laughter and a bit of inspiration. Janie De Coster is formally from New York City but now resides in South Carolina with her husband, four children and nine grand children.





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Saphire married Clay Matthews, a handsome, down to earth and loyal man who worships the ground her designer shoes walk on. But no matter how hard she tries to love him, her heart yearns for another.

Gade, Saphire's younger sister, married the man of her dreams. Lamonte Singletary is everything a red-blooded woman could ever want in a man. After the birth of their son, life has been picture perfect. That is, until Joe Burrels, a bittersweet memory from the past, returns with a haunting secret he is determined to reveal.

Now the bond of sisterhood could be destroyed forever.

Chronicles of Zauba'ah




About the Author

As a young child, Tosin Coker developed a passion for literacy and writing, driven by her curiosity of what lay in the leaves of the books that kept her mother so enchanted. A foundation of reading and storytelling established, she passionately embarked upon quenching her awakened thirst for books, fiction and non-fiction alike, ever-anticipating weekly visits to her local library with her beloved co-conspirator. It was her mother that acknowledged her predestined future as a writer, at least two decades before Tosin actively bore testimony to it herself, when in 2007 she penned her first novel, unwittingly becoming acclaimed as the first female, African British science fiction author.


Tosin has since been interviewed and featured as a leading expert in the genre of black science fiction including as a panelist in London Southbank's Africa in Science Fiction and Africa Utopia segment on Afrofuturism. Her work has also been featured in Litro Magazine #137 Future Fashions edition.





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Zauba'ah; a N9nth Degree Warrior Scientist of galactic accolade, is charged with the mission of incarnating in the form of an adolescent girl, in order to pass judgement on the human race. Events that took place during her occupation led to the onset of an intergalactic war of such magnitude that it went down in the history of her collective as Heaven's War. How did she earn the status of an elite goddess of biblical proportions endowed with the right to judge? Simple, like you and I, she was born with a gift and a purpose and used the two to earn it. This is her story.

Chronicles of Zauba'ah is the long awaited prequel to the current quadrilogy of books, The Mouth of Babes, Let Sleeping Gods Lie, Heaven's War: The God Awakened and 2013 Evolution.

“This is actually the first adult novel I have published in three years,” explains Coker. “I took the time out to write a series of dual-language children’s books – but it was time well spent, as I wanted to release something truly epic, and you can’t write books like that overnight! I forged my reputation on high-quality, intricate fiction unlike anything else on the market, so I didn’t want to risk that reputation for the sake of speed.”

Continuing, “I suppose this is the book that I have always wanted to write, and it comes eight years after I released the first volume in the series. Shortly after my author debut, I was told that so few of our race wrote books in the genre, for not being able to see ourselves in the future, thus we neglect to write ourselves into it. This book serves not only to write us into the future, but into and amongst the vast multiverses. Thankfully, I’ve built up a very loyal band of dedicated fans, and hope that this latest and final installment in the five book saga, brings them everything they are looking for.”

Chronicles of Zauba'ah:

ISBN: 978-0993306815

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Perfectly Brown




About the Author

Dr. Jobyna Terry is a native of Halifax, Virginia, where she grew up on a farm. She discovered she had a knack for writing at a young age. As an elementary student, she wrote short stories for an in-class competition, which was started by her teacher Mrs. Royster. In her teenage years, she wrote songs and poetry. After completing high school, she went on to attend Norfolk State University, as a Business Management major, in Norfolk, Virginia. At Norfolk State University, she worked with Norfolk Public School as a mentor to young girls and conducted a campus-wide clothing drive for Battered Women and Children's shelter.

She then went on to pursue her dream to become an attorney and attended the Charlotte School of Law. During law school, Dr. Terry's writing style changed a bit to become more concise, but it did not change the passion she had for writing. She always had a passion for story telling which is why it came easy in certain classes. After graduating law school, she decided to tackle another conquest that was needed in the African-American household. Dr. Terry decided to write Perfectly Brown after taking her Goddaughter, Tynizha, to the library and noticing there were no brown children in the books. She started on her quest to encourage black children to read about themselves, but show them that black families exist. Her next project called "Just Justice" will reflect blended families.





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Jaden Toussaint, the Greatest Episode 1: The Quest for Screen Time




About the Author

Marti Dumas is a mother, teacher, and author from New Orleans. She is a contributing writer on education and parenting for Think504.com and other publications. An expert in childhood literacy, Marti has worked with children and teachers for the last 15 years to promote an early love of reading. Her debut book, Jala and the Wolves, recently made the top of Amazon.com’s bestseller list for children’s fantasy. Her second book, Jaden Toussaint, the Greatest Episode 1 was labeled a Hot New Release on Amazon and is available in stores and online.





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Jaden Toussaint, the Greatest Episode 1: The Quest for Screen Time
Giant Afro. Even Bigger Brain.


Jaden Toussaint is a five year-old who knows it all. I mean, really knows it all. Animal Scientist. Great Debater. Master of the art of ninja dancing. There’s nothing Jaden Toussaint can’t do. The only problem is that grown-ups keep trying to convince him that, even though he’s really smart, he doesn't know EVERYTHING. The thing is…he kind of does.

This time our hero must use all his super-powered brain power to convince the grown-ups that he needs more screen time.




Jala and the Wolves

When a magic mirror appears in Jala’s room, she’s mysteriously transported to the world of wolves — and discovers that she’s become a wolf herself! Can she help her pack survive? And will she ever get back to her human family again?

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ALABASTER BOX GENERATION



About the Author

Uloma Chinwe Iro is the Vision Coordinator of DOMINION FORCE OUTREACH MINISTRY. She is passionate about three things: issues that affect the welfare of women, youth and life transforming literature.

She had an encounter with the Lord in 1991 and has been involved in active christian ministry ranging from ministry in the campuses, ministry to young people and literature. Uloma has served in various leadership positions in the body of Christ - from pastor, youth leader, counselor, personal assistant and more. She has travelled to many countries on speaking engagements, such as Ghana, South Africa, Kenya and within Nigeria. Uloma is the author of a number of books - Price in the hand of a fool, Alabaster Box Generation, Protocol for the gates, DNA of an outstanding youth, Breadcrumbs for breakfast, I dare you to dream, SELAH a collection of poems and Tomorrow.

She believes her tongue is the pen of a ready writer.
 
 
 


About the Book

ALABASTER BOX GENERATION shares on the imperative of living a life of fulfilment; engaging one's full potentials and applying oneself to tilling one's field or peculiar assignment. It encourages the reader to strike until the strike until the iron becomes hot. the book is a timely piece especially for readers interested in leaving their footprints on the sands of time.

June Peters, You Will Change The World One Day




About the Author

Lithonia, Georgia, September 18, 2015 — Alika was born in Richmond, California and currently resides in Lithonia, Georgia at the age of 32 she knew it was time to focus on her dream to become a children’s book author. Her amazing son Makaio gave her so much inspiration during and after her writing process. Aside from being a new author Alika works full time for the Department of Juvenile Justice, she is also in school part-time at Westwood College.

When she started developing June’s character, she thought a lot about the person she is now and the child she wanted to be. She considers herself one who helps people with no expectations. “Helping people brings me so much joy and makes me feel good about myself and my role here on earth. -Alika

Alika is always looking for a new and creative way to give back to her community. June is the exact same way just younger. She has a soft heart and cannot help herself when she sees someone in need. Within this series, readers will have access to audio books, eBooks and paperback books. Readers who are a part of the June Peters email list will receive special information about each book in the series before published. They will also receive details on promotional giveaways and much more.

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About the Book

The June Peters book series, aims to encourage young children by teaching them the value of
giving back to others. Through this series, children will learn that at any age they can make a
difference in the world. It also shows parents the many ways of supporting your child’s dream
and building character at the same time.

What makes June so special? Her ability as a young child to put her needs and wants aside to
help others. Alika wanted to make June realistic to young children. There is no reason why a child who wants to make a positive impact in the world, cannot due to the lack of resources or support. June has so much support from her family, which plays a tremendous part in any child’s life and helps them to stay encouraged.

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Herstorys: Her history told through the eyes of her true self.





About the Author:

I was born and raised in Newark, NJ. I hopped from projects to projects and bounced from my father’s house to my mothers. My mother made it her business to keep me in performance arts (although she had me at the age of 14) and I believe to this day, the arts saved my life. I am a survivor of molestation/rape, teenage pregnancy, drugs, gangs, violence and a list of other travesties.

At 24 years old, after finding out my mother was on drugs, realizing my father would never be consistent in my life and accepting the fact that I was now a single parent; I opened up a 501c3 non-profit organization, named Sacrit Devahood Incorporation. SDI, started in the middle of my living room with one young girl and it has now grown and expanded to Kampala, Uganda. Sacrit Devahood Incorporation empowers young girls ages 11-19 through performing arts, social building skills and international connections.

Six years into trials, tribulations, speeches, traveling and personal overcoming: I decided to finally take the time to truly ‘know thyself’. I noticed that I was setting expectations for my young girls (organization and daughters), but barely setting any for myself. I felt it was time to truly love me. Loving me included: loving what I hated about myself and loving the person within me that I was hiding from. By beginning this process, I eventually began to love the ones that hurt me.

March 10, 2015, “Herstorys- Her history told through the eyes of her true self” was self-published. This book took 2 weeks of my time during my fasting period and self-actualization. I learned in order to be truthful with others; I had to become truthful with self. In this book, I’ve written biographical poems, short stories and confessions to begin my new, true and happier life. With anything that I do, I am always looking at how this benefits others and I wanted this book to help my sisters/brothers as well.

I’ve noticed the lack of camaraderie in the female community, for years. I made a vow to begin what I call, “Universal Sisterhood” by using “Herstorys” as a vessel. In addition; I wanted to build relationships with the souls that placed their inquisitive hands on this book. This sisterhood is the made up of ALL women, no matter the race, ethnicity, creed or disability.

We all have a story…and our stories will help other sisters to grow, which will build, “Herstorys”.

This is my story
This is your story
This is our story
And our stories are Herstorys







About the Book

We all speak on the lack of camaraderie within the female community, yet something keeps us from building such a powerful movement. This book is your gateway to make that happen! This is our beginning to #Universal Sisterhood... In this book there is an interactive dialogue between the writer and the reader. On each page you'll find an expressive story, a confession, or a poem about the writer's life. Each entry will evoke an emotion from the reader. During these interactions, the reader becomes the writer in her/his own right. This is her story This is your story This is our story And our stories are Herstory's.




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