Civilians' lives are interrupted by the murder of unarmed, teenage brothers by a police officer in Atlanta's underbelly.
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Suicides amongst adolescents and young adults are at an all-time high. However, when facts point to foul play the black community suspects that random deaths are unjustly passed off as suicides.
“Gena”, a fiery journalist, sets out to uncover the truth, and is compelled to understand the driving force behind the death of Zoë Sapp, a college senior. Trapped contains several interviews with those closely connected to Zoë, and offers detailed accounts of the once vibrant, young woman. Gena’s ruthless probing unveils the adversity of Zoë’s past—from witnessing her mother’s death and spending five years in a crack house, to her spiritual awakening, which revitalized her and gave her life meaning.
Did Zoë fully recover from the hardships of her past, or did her heightened consciousness only temporarily drown out her previous suffering? Were first responders wrong? Was Zoë a victim of foul play, or a fatal accident? And would ignoring the truth mean turning a blind eye to the possibility of more racial injustice?
Follow the investigative journey to discover the details of Zoë’s death, the buried chaos of her past, and a failed quest to be near the one she loved most. Decide for yourself.
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Stubborn and focused on her mission, the influential UNIA speaker, Laura Kofi, ignores warnings of trouble stirring, the serious nature of threats, and even a man so deeply in love with her that she misinterprets his caring nature for a controlling one. But who can save her as she moves further into carrying out her honorable mission?
Suicides amongst adolescents and young adults are at an all-time high, and the death of Zoë Sapp, a college senior, is instinctively added to its rising numbers. Were first responders wrong? Was she a victim of foul play, or a fatal accident? Follow the investigative journey to discover the details of her death, the buried chaos of her past, and a failed quest to be near the one she loved most, and decide for yourself.
Tension in America rises in response to the slaying of unarmed Blacks, and cuts deeper when the legal system fails to quench the demand for justice.
The War of Us shadows the movements of three American women whose seemingly peaceful, productive lives are interrupted by the murder of two unarmed, teenage brothers by a white, off-duty police officer in Atlanta’s underbelly.
COMING FEBRUARY 2021
With gun violence and gang activity running rampant, people have more fear than answers. Failure to see how they each play a part in the upbringing, safety, and well-being of a child, each of them re-evaluate their roles and actions (or lack of) when tragedy strikes a local high school campus. Many attribute blame to each other along the way—even condemning the adolescent at the center of the tragedy—and others are stricken with guilt.
Many women hide the scars of childhood abuse or rape behind prospering careers, a well-kept exterior, or even under the guise of deeply rooted spirituality; yet in the absence of others, she is lonely, confused, depressed, empty, and consistently fights off tears that have possibly been shed since childhood. Healed Women Don’t Cry is for those who desire to stop hiding in darkness. This book teaches her how to heal, forgive, and to love herself and God wholeheartedly.
Contrary to what many believe, marriage was not created for woman; woman was created for marriage. Sleeping Adam offers a fresh perspective of marriage--one that is heavily rooted in its purpose as well as defines the dynamic and powerful role of a wife. Be refreshed and recharged with a holistic understanding of the role, and learn to war against spiritual attacks that tend to destroy marriages and leave its victims pointing fingers. Refuse to simply manage marriage when you can master it!
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When black men and women are unjustly killed by law enforcement and the black community takes to the street in protest, the consistently asked question is: "What about 'black on black' crime? Do those lives matter?" Thorns was birthed during Christine Racheal's tenure as a high school educator and mentor. After losing several students to gun violence, she crafted the story of Margot Truman, a woman determined to reach young black men sent to live in her group home "by any means necessary". Will her tactics prove effective? Or will the city shut down her intense, sketchy operation?
My professional writing career began over ten years ago, and I am grateful to be amongst the amazing storytellers of the world. Thank you for your support and the investment of time to read and share the words within each of these works.