Spiritual Food for Thought: 31 Inspirational Quotes to Jump-start your Day

About the Book Spiritual Food for Thought: 31 Inspirational Quotes to Jump-start your Day, is a daily devotional to encourage and inspire you in your walk with Christ.   “In this journey called, “Life,” I've learned that God never consults our past to determine our future. The roads we take become learning experiences for growth and development, to bring us into our God given purpose.” This is just a sample of inspiration you will receive from this book. Spiritual Read more [...]

Meet Me At the Altar Blog Tour

About the Book SHANA JACKSON used to believe in love...that was until she caught her husband in the arms of another man. DEREK CHANCE is used to a challenge; so if Shana didn't want him to romance her and treat her like the queen she is, then she should have never sat by him during Sunday morning service. SHAWN MCALLISTER has everything he could ever want - prestige, wealth, a beautiful wife and daughter...so why is he squandering it on other women? SHERRY COLEMAN is a gold digger and proud of Read more [...]

When Memories Fade Virtual Book Tour

About the Book How do I let go of my past to receive God’s future for me? Angel Roberts has embraced her new faith, but past memories remain fresh. When her beloved grandmother suffers a stroke, Angel sets out to investigate a mystery that has created family tensions and lingered since she was five years old. What happened to her mother? She teams up with investigative reporter, Wes Cade, a man obsessed with his Alzheimer stricken grandfather’s remaining memories. As Angel lets her guard Read more [...]

Shenette Jones Virtual Book Tour

About the Author Shenette Swann Jones is a native of Chapel Hill, North Carolina, but will always claim Memphis, Tennessee, as her second home. Coming from a family of talented singers and musicians, music has always played a first role in Shenette’s life, but writing would always remain her most treasured gift among her other talents. When Shenette wasn’t singing or choreographing a dance routine, she would escape to her many journals or poetry clubs, and eventually even a newspaper staff Read more [...]