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Between the Reads

As an emerging author, I’m sensitive to the plight of new authors. There are a lot of great books out there being ignored because they aren’t best-seller lists or trending. I decided to do something about it!

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2019 Wrap Up

Wrapping up the decade with Christmas lights, a Santa sighting, a new logo and website!

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Creighton’s Secret

Beenie is missing. Cain was the last one to see her alive…or so everyone thinks. Will Cain risk his own life to share his devastating secret?

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This Land is My Land

John and Abby are newly freed and now live on the land that their family has worked for generations. The Emancipation Proclamation isn’t all that’s it’s cracked up to be. Will John and Abby fight for what is rightfully theirs? One thing’s for sure: freedom isn’t free.

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It’s NaNoWriMo Time!

Each year in November, writers all over the world participate in NaNoWriMo. Do you know what that is? Read on to find out…

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Full Disclosure

Gene, Fred, and Aurora have been charged with the task of revealing a secret only high level officials at NASA and the White House have known about. Will they really tell it all? Or will they modify the truth to prevent a societal collapse?

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Humbled by Harriet

Minty. Harriet. Moses. The General. A woman small in stature, but mighty in physical strength and spirit. Come with me as I visit the plantation where she was enslaved and the general store where she received her nearly fatal head injury.

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Fall for Reading

It’s the perfect time to snuggle up with a good book. I’ve got two that I think you’ll love. Take a look!

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The Freedom Rider

Kweku has one thing on her mind: teaching newly freed Black people how to read. But her mission, though noble, is often downright deadly.

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A Walk in the Woods

A young woman receives a small pink envelope after her grandmother dies with a simple note inside “It’s time now. Walk the trail.”

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Visions of Capture

While watching the sunset in downtown Annapolis, Maryland, a woman sees a slave ship docking in the harbor. But it’s 2019. Is what she seeing real?

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