Author Archives: Wanda Campbell

IN Transition

Happy New Year Everyone! May this year be filled with peace, provision and prosperity. As I began 2012, I find myself in a transition I thought I would enjoy. Transition: a process or period in which something undergoes a change and passes from one state, stage, form, or activity to another. For years I have bragged to anyone who’d listen how I couldn’t wait for my children to grow up and leave the house. In my mind I had the celebration party planned. I’d mentally compiled a Read more [...]

Introducing Diamond Drake

Many of you know I practice the “Pay it Forward” concept as much as possible. I love to promote and support authors. Today, I have the honor of featuring author, Diamond Drake, whose debut novel, Imagined Love, will leave you thirsty for more. What inspired you to write Imagined Love? Showing my daughters that it’s never too late to go after your dreams was my biggest inspiration for writing Imagined Love. Even as a little girl I dreamed of writing books and in my early twenties Read more [...]

Does African-American Mean Settling For Less?

Recently, I had a heated conversation with a fellow African-American about the expectations of African-American entities and businesses. When looking for services, I do not take ethnicity into consideration. If one can provide the services I need, color is not an issue. Being African-American is not a prerequisite for me to connect with people. I didn’t vote for President Obama because he’s black. He earned my vote because I thought he was the best candidate and could articulate. Whether Read more [...]

Behind Every Cloud Is A Silver Lining…For Real

We’ve heard the saying, “Behind every cloud is a silver lining,” but is it really? I have experienced some real dark clouds in my life, from molestation to depression. In the midst of those traumatic episodes I couldn’t imagine a silver lining or anything good coming out of the situation. Really, when you think about it, what good can come out of a young girl losing her innocence to a predator? When every minute of the day is filled with mental anguish and self-hate, the sparkle from that Read more [...]

Master of Disguises Blog Tour

About the Author James Benjamin was born and raised as a Christian in Winston-Salem, NC. While growing up, James succumbed to the street life and was lured by the many faces of the enemy. Through his trials and tribulations, his faith in God ended up saving his life and provided an impactful testimony to share with others in his shoes. James has dedicated his life to spreading God’s word through his unique prospective and hopes to help change others lives as He did for him. He is also enrolled Read more [...]