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The lives of three American women are interrupted when unarmed teenagers are murdered by a police officer in Atlanta’s underbelly. On their quest to
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 cl
Before Malcolm X was betrayed by a group of his own peers, and prior to the assassination of Dr. King, there was Laura Kofi—a woman—and an African princess from the Gold Coast who endured their same fate in her efforts to liberate broken, inferior blacks in America.
Laura Kofi’s melodic African voice may elude history books, but after her arrival in America in 1926, she rattles communities of impo
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 want to stop hiding in darkness—masking the emptin
Trickery abounds in this story of love, heartbreak and manipulation.Taj Jenson is beautiful and sexy, just like her name brand clothes and hot rides that change every week. She uses her savvy to keep her hustle going, performing sex acts with women for a male audience. While she rakes in the cash and basks in the desire, she returns home to a lonely apartment each night. Everything changes when Sa
Writing a novel about racial tension and conflict was an amazing experience, but being conditioned to desire "peace" instead of voicing my truth and fears has made talking about this work a challenge for me. I break it down a little in this clip.
CHRISTINE RACHEAL WILSON is a published author of six books, a screenwriter, actress and director from Jacksonville, Florida. She attended Douglas Anderson School of the Arts where she studied Creative Writing, and is a graduate of Florida State University, receiving a Bachelor of Arts in English-Creative Writing and Business Management.
Christine is the the founding owner of Airris Books, a boutique agency with a reputation for releasing literature that empowers and inspires its readers. Established in 2011, Airris was created to sharpen the writer’s skills and educate clients on the publishing industry. She has ultimately produced dozens of quality works and made them widely available.
As a certified Life Coach, Christine specializes in wholeness and women’s issues. Since 2015, she has been sought after to work with large groups and conferences. Her ideal coaching experience includes an opportunity to discuss topics mentioned in her books. However, the focus is not merely on women’s issues as it pertains to her written works, she also creates multi-dimensional, female-driven storylines through screenwriting.
As co-owner of the media company Opal Ally, Christine has launched short films (Fault and Unspoken) and completed a docu-series (Who Am I?) with the brand. She has also been amongst the talent in Tre Floyd Productions' (Tre Floyd TV) awe-inspiring writer's room since 2020. In addition, Christine has contributed to OWN Network's BlackLove.com, Leading with Lee Magazine, and Family Life Now.
Christine currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia with her family.
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Click the link below for an audio recording of "On the Ropes", a snippet taken from the novel Black Gold. Laura travels to the south, and encounters one of the greatest unjust practices in American history.