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#NewRelease Tarnished Dreams by Madelyn R. Bass
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Madelyn, tell us about your book? 

Well! "Tarnished Dreams" started out a journal entry after I had lost custody of my Son, splitting our 2 children at early ages (Daughter 3 and Son 4)! I had prayed about it through out along with my church family and friends. God said no! HE had another plan! This story is a short form of my Journey as a Single Mother and Believer. A story I live daily because it keeps me encouraged to go on, a reminder that life will get hard, but it is preparation for what's ahead. About a year later things began to get very challenging and a child I was taught "What happened in the past stays in the past!" So much of my life I had to just handle the things in my life and I became very dependent on GOD! So on that night after my son was taken from me, I sat at my Word processor at the time! (lol) and I began to write my feelings down and crying the entire time. I didn't realize that it would later be a novel (almost 20 years later). Sharing my Journey one Novel at a time!

How did you come up with idea for this book? 

The idea came when I was much younger and I wanted to do something to help others know that you can make it! I became very ill in 2011 and lost my jobs, for a year I could barely walk without assistance, I spoke as though I was Special, I could barely hold my head up without assistance for about 7 months and I was have 2 to 5 seizures a week! After losing my job and unable to keep a job because if this Season in my life! Things began to look very slim. I prayed for GOD to Move in a mighty way because I was about to be evicted, Income was slim (Savings/401k depleted, checking overdrawn). I was on a pray call as was told that my story was to be published! Tarnished Dreams had been sitting, drawing dust for about 12 years at this time. So I reluctantly moved forward in publishing! God Sent, person after person to help with little to no cost and within 38 days I was a Published Author! My life was literally an "Open Book"!

What was the most difficult aspect of writing this book? 

The most difficult aspect of writing this book was the Emotions that went with all the Editing and Editing and still Editing! Seriously.. I had zero experience of what to do or how to go about being a Author! Although this part of my life was over and the outcome is Amazing the memories were very challenging at times! I was Mentally exhausted some nights because I had to pray continuously so that I would not get pulled into the moment while writing and adding to each chapter. I had not intention to deface anyone so it was difficult to leave out a lot of things that had occurred and have the story make sense and keep the interest of the reader. Forgiveness was required in the process because I had moved forward from all that had happened in those 18 years!

Why do you write?

I write to clear my head of the things God has assigned me to do! Ideas, Poems, Sayings and Devotionals! There are so many circumstances, situations and heartaches I have gone through starting at a very young age! God has been the only one for me to share with, my most painful and difficult times in my life. He has walked me through each and every on of them! I would write to know that I am not crazy, if something were to happen to me that my story would be told. The secrets that I was taught should never be told because we were Christians! I battled with this for years and I promised myself that I would remember without hurting so that when my children would not have to carry that load, that burden with them for the rest of their lives! I write becau


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#NewRelease Shades of Brown by Cassietta Jefferson
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About the Author

Cassietta Jefferson is a contemporary Christian author, publisher, editor, and blogger. She is the newest book reviewer for Prophetic Worship Intensive Christ Unit (PWICU); a faith based Radio and TV media platform. She is also the founder of Virtuous Ink Publishing LLC where she seeks to provide her readers with the best in contemporary Christian literature.

Cassietta earned her Bachelors of Applied Science in Business Administration from Wayland Baptist University and after traveling the country currently resides in Las Vegas Nevada. She is married to a proud retired United States Air Force Master Sergeant and together they have raised three children. Cassietta the youngest of ten siblings; seven older brothers and two older sisters who in addition to her wonderful parents help to shape her life.

In 2012, Cassietta published her first novel, Be Still & Know and published a novella, Timing is everything, the following year. Her latest book, Shades of Brown, is now available in print and ebook versions.

Author Cassietta, tell us about your book? 

Shades of Brown is actually a combination of interwoven short stories that have been compiled into one book. It tells the story of four women who have managed to remain friends throughout the many twists and turns their life has taken. Where we meet these women in the book, they're facing some challenges that manage to turn their lives upside down. Shades of Brown is not necessarily about the challenges, but more so about how they face those challenges.

How did you come up with ideas for this book?

I was at breakfast with a couple of my girlfriends here in Las Vegas, circa 2007 (there's actually an acknowledgment to them in the book) and we were sharing and talking and laughing...all the things that girlfriends do when they get together. I remember having the thought, man, I wish I could bottle this [feeling, friendship, love] and keep with me. On the drive home I thought more about our friendship and thought, how fabulous my little circle of friends was. I started to consider how we were all different we all were in terms of our lives, the things we brought to the table, our physical appearances...how we were all different "shades of brown" yet we managed to gel. I didn't use any of our specific issues for the purposes of the book, but I did use the way we handled our issues. How we shared them, prayed for each other, offered advice and council; I took all of that and Shades of Brown was born.

What was the most difficult aspect of writing this book?

The stories on their own came pretty naturally; what I found difficult was intertwining them and making them connect.

Why do you write? Is it something you've always done, or always wanted to do? Or is it something that you started fairly recently?

It's something I've always done; I can remember crafting stories as far back as middle school, but I never thought I was good enough to ever be an author. I had stacks of books in my room that I would read over and over again and I always wanted to see my name on the cover of a book that people love and want to read over and over again. I never thought it would happen so I didn't take it seriously...I even threw away my note book when someone found it in high school and made fun of it. I just picked up my pen again, so to speak, about 15 years ago while I was living in Texas.

Who are your favorite authors?

Oh, so many! Let


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Turn The Pages Get To Know Author Delmar Johnson
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About The Author

Speaker | HR Consultant | Career Coach Delmar Johnson, MA With over 10 years of experience working with big corporations, small business owners and new entrepreneurs, human resource guru and visionary Delmar Johnson founded the brand HR Brain for Hire™ as a trusted and resourceful solution for first time employers in need of affordable, efficient, and top notch recruitment, training and HR services. Delmar's personal story, which includes multiple layoffs, life challenges, and her own dive into entrepreneurship, gives her a perfect mix of formal knowledge and "real life" experience that she pours into each client and their unique needs. Under her latest brand iReboot Careers, Delmar also has an unconditional passion for women in career transition and enjoys coaching and sharing her time and knowledge with organizations, non-profit groups and individuals who simply need a little guidance and a plan in their career job preparedness.

In offering solutions, interactive workshops, and professional development training, Delmar's goal is two-fold, 1) to offer value-added solutions to women-owned business owners, positioning them as an" employer of choice" through the establishing of HR tools, standards and systems; and 2) to equip women to design their own career path by connecting who they are authentically to what they do to serve the world.

Delmar is the Author of the newly released book Seasons of My Soul: Lessons Learned in a Dry Place and co-author of The Power of Collaboration in Business, she has been featured in The Working Mother Magazine, The Business 101 Magazine, and The Little Pink Book Magazine; and featured on the Black Butterfly Media TV and Blog Talk Radio.

Delmar, tell us about your book? 

Seasons of My Soul is about overcoming and having the tenacity to keep moving forward, even at times when I felt there was little hope to get through being unstuck, struggling with depression, toxic relationships and financial failures. It speaks of the lessons I learned as I got on the other side of each of those experiences and pass any shame or embarrassment that was illuminated in my own mind.

How did you come up with ideas for this book?

It all came from me journaling for so many years and I saw writing this book as another way of journaling; only this time I allowed others to join me along the ride with more intimate details of what was in my mind, heart and soul as I journeyed through times in my life that had a significant impact

What was the most difficult aspect of writing this book?

I found the most difficult part of writing the book was remembering the parts that left emotional and mental scars. Going back to some experiences had me right back in the moment as though it was happening in that moment of writing about it. However once it was written down it no longer held any power.

Why do you write?

Writing for me has always been therapeutic. I've been writing by way of journaling thoughts for more than 15 years. And I picked up that habit once I moved out of town from my family and friends to pursue my career.

Who are your favorite authors?

I actually don't have a particular favorite author, however I do like books written from a spiritual, personal and professional development point of view, and some of those authors from that genre that I enjoy include, TD Jakes, Joyce Meyers, John Maxwell, and Rick Warren; also, Napoleon Hill, Jay Levinson, Steven Covey

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Turn The Pages Get To Know Author Tinnie Garlington
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About the Author

Born and raised in Atlanta GA Tinnie Garlington has always had a passion for teaching. At preschool age Tinnie would tell the class "don't listen to the teacher, listen to me". As she grew older "life" happened and she became a mother at the age of 14. Even though she traveled from school to school, living with anyone who would take her in, she never gave up on learning. Through those experiences she began to write in notebooks about how she was feeling and in some cases make up stories so that she could escape her reality. A high school drop out with no one to turn to but God, she decided at the age of 20 to go back to school to obtain her GED. Times were still tough, but she made it. Shortly after graduating from Atlanta Job Corps, she decided to attend GMI Georgia Medical Institute for her certification as a Medical Administrative Assistant. The journey was still bumpy, but through her will to succeed, she graduated with honors.

Now the Atlanta born "Grady Baby" Tinnie C. Garlington has embarked on her passion to motivate and encourage individuals to see beyond their past. Don't Look Back, Look Forward was birthed from a dark place. Tinnie discovered healing through writing and wrote poetry and plays, yet was too afraid to move forward on her dreams to use this material to teach and encourage others. Well, a close friend and her mother encouraged Tinnie to stop being afraid of the greatness that was inside of her and act on what God has given her. Through that tough love and confirmation, this small yet powerful book was pulled from her personal library and now the world can share in the thoughts hidden in her heart.

Her hopes is that her first book titled "Don't Look Back, Look Forward" will capture the attention of those who are looking for a way forward and encourage them to never give up and allow the hard times to serve as a solid foundation for growth and a positive future.

Author Tinnie, tell us about your book? 



Don't Look Back, Look Forward is a book that was written during a time that I was not so sure about the direction that my life was headed. I can recall having these questions and being too afraid to discover the answer. One day I decided to sit down and write down those questions and answer them honestly and without thinking about what to say or how to say it. This book is a combination of my thoughts and pieces of poetry that comes straight from my heart.

How did you come up with ideas for this book?

The idea for this book came from people telling me that my poetry is powerful and very inspiring. Also, I have a passion for teaching others and I felt that this book could serve as a teaching tool for many people as well as organizations. It is my goal to develop courses that surround this book. The courses will assist people with reconnecting with their passion and finding a way to move beyond anything that tries to keep them from moving to the next level.

What was the most difficult aspect of writing this book?

The most difficult aspect of writing this book was going back in the past and really facing the reality of what I went through and how it made me feel. Reconnecting with the past causes you to feel those same emotions that you felt as if it was happing at that very moment. However, I found strength in reconnecting and knowing that allowing myself to see what I was hiding from was not so bad. It was my stepping stone to greatness!!!

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#NewRelease Altars Of The Heart by April Minger
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About the Author

April Minger was born and raised in Springfield, Ohio. After graduating from high school, April joined the United States Air Force. April works in the Insurance and Health Care fields, and also has a Master's degree in Business, graduating with honors, and is a member of the Alpha Beta Kappa Chapter of The National Honor Society. She currently resides in Fort Drum, New York, where her husband serves on active duty as a member of the United States Army. April and her husband of eighteen years have two children.

April, tell us about your book?

'Altars of the Heart' is about how to experience a deeper relationship with the Lord from a pure heart. It takes the reader on a journey of self-evaluation and self-discovery where they are able to understand why the events of their past continue to trouble them in the present. This book is not a cookie-cutter; one-size fits all approach to worship, but rather an individual "guided tour" that helps the reader discover their own path to deeper worship.

How did you come up with ideas for this book?

'Altars of the Heart' came from my personal study time. I was doing a study on the life of Abraham, and that study led to a personal interest in the altars in bible. Because of this interest I began to study the meaning and uses of altars in Scripture. My study opened my spiritual eyes to the connection between the altars in the bible and the spiritual heart of man.

What was the most difficult aspect of writing this book?

I would say being able to write the book and share my story without sharing other peoples stories. I was very careful to write in a way that I was the only person exposed to the reader. It was not necessary to force others to be a part of something they may or may not be ready for. I have learned through my own journey that my testimony is all about bringing God glory and that does not leave room to offend or put down others. I f I need to do that in order to share a "testimony" then I need to reevaluate my motives.

Why do you write? Is it something you've always done, or always wanted to do? Or is it something that you started fairly recently?

I wrote this book because of my desire to share what I learned through personal study. This is not something I ever considered doing before, but I am excited about the possibility of the next book.

Who are your favorite authors?

I don't really have a favorite author, but I do enjoy reading books written by: Joyce Meyer, John Eckhart, and John C. Maxwell.

What valuable lessons do you want readers to learn from your book?

To keep guard over your heart, we can't always control what happens in life, but we can always choose how we respond! Don't let anything or anyone distant your heart from the Lord!

Any advice to give to aspiring writers?

If you want to write, then do it! Don't wait for the perfect time to start just start writing about what you are passionate about. Reach out to others who can help you fulfill your dream of writing; seek help from resources like writing and author coaches.

About the Book

Do events from your past continue to play over and over in your mind? Do you feel like your relationship with God is not where it should be? Are you looking for a deeper worship experience?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then I have some good news for you. The answer may seem far away, but it's actually much closer than you think.

Altars of the Heart wil


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#NewRelease She That Findeth by National Bestselling Author Kim Brooks

About the Author

Award-winning author, licensed minister, national speaker and songwriter, Kim Brooks, of Detroit, MI is the Black Expressions Bestselling Author of, He's Fine...But is He Saved?, its highly acclaimed sequel, He's Saved...But is He For Real?, non-fiction books, The Little Black Survival Book for Single Saints, How To Date and Stay Saved and her newest, Atria/Simon & Schuster novel release, She That Findeth.

Kim is a former guest columnist for Gospel Today Magazine and featured on The Word Network and she publishes a monthly eNewsletter, The Single Heart, and an online daily devotional for single women which encourages thousands worldwide and is subscribable for free online daily devotional exclusively for single women. 

Kim, tell us about your book?

She That Findeth is about what happens when a 35-year-old single saved woman, Shenita Love, gets tired of waiting on God to send her a husband and decides to take matters into her own hands by attempting to find one on her own.  She does everything from shopping at home improvement stores in stilettos, positioning herself outside men's bible studies, joining online dating websites and attending sporting events sole.

While she's on a man hunt, her closest friends deal with their own issues including financial strain and the temptation to return to a former life, bitterness after divorce, insecurities and sexual identity and acceptance.  By the end of the novel the reader discover what Shenita really finds, and whether or not what she was looking for really been there all along.

How did you come up with ideas for this book?

Along with being an author, I'm a licensed minister who speaks mainly to singles.  I've been speaking to single audiences for 10 years. I've noticed that many of the concerns of the single women are the same and some even mirror my own seeing as though I'm over 35 and single as well.  When I would have "moments" of wanting a man, I would jot those feelings down, because one thing I've learned through ministering is that if I'm feeling a certain way, then many other single women are probably feeling this same way as well.

Not only that but I wanted to show the different issues single women go through while being single in their thirties - the outside pressures from family members wondering when are you getting married, friends getting married all around you left and right while you're left worrying, "I'm saved, I'm a decent person, where is my Boaz?"

So this book speaks to many who have felt this way while single, while being presented in an entertaining way it ultimately encourages the reader to be strengthened in their walk with the Lord while waiting.

What was the most difficult aspect of writing this book?

The most difficult aspect of writing this book was knowing that not everyone will agree with certain things discussed, including some members of the church.  This book not only touches on the subject of singleness but it also discusses homosexuals and the church and how I feel the church, as a whole, has done a horrible job representing the love of Christ to the gay community.  Shenita Love is a light for her gay friend since high school, RayShawn, who has issues of his own throughout the book and feels rejected by God because his treatment by the church.

Why do you write? Is it something you've always done, or always wanted to do? Or is it something that you started fairly recently?

I write because it is my purpose.  It's what I was put on this earth to do.  I've been writing since I was a member of my elementary school's Young Writer's Club in the first grade, and interestingly enough I've also written about "boys" :)  A year after I received Jesus Christ as my Lord and Sa


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Turn The Pages Get to Know Author Michelle A. Roberts
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About the Author

Speaker|Entrepreneur|Challenge Conqueror Michelle A. Roberts from Atlanta, GA is a fighter and a winner after being married for 17 years I finally came to myself and realized that my drug addicted husband would not change. See I was not raised with my father and always longed for that relationship so I stayed to LONG. I was so depressed I was now carrying 268lbs on 5 foot frame. I thought no one would want a fat girl with 3 babies. I finally took charge of my life. I had life altering surgery gastric by-pass I loss over 110 lbs. Got a divorce, Went back to school and completed a BSM and MA now 2 classes away from starting my Dissertation for my Doctorate. Yes it was hard, yes I cried, yes I complained some times. But I looked at my 3 children and a fight for dear life rose in me.

Tell us about your book?

An affirmation is a statement that is carefully crafted to address an unwanted pattern and transform it through the use of positive thought. An affirmation or affirming statement can be a phrase that is written down or a statement that is repeated verbally. An affirmation may also be an audio recording that is listened to repeatedly. Affirmations focus attention on the positive outcome of a situation, and are structured to affirm that the positive outcome is already a reality. The Affirmations in this book along with practical application will change your life for the better!

How did you come up with ideas for this book?

I have been collecting affirmations for 5 years and used them daily so I decided to share my love and belief with others.

What was the most difficult aspect of writing this book?

Organizing the affirmations and coming up with which ones to put in book.

Why do you write?

I write to impact everyone who will pick up my writings, so it will effect change in some area of life.  My writings also help me to change and to grow.

Is it something you've always done, or always wanted to do?

Or is it something that you started fairly recently? Writing is something I have always wanted to do and have done off and on, I just recently decided on publishing and bringing everything from paper to print.

Any advice to give to aspiring writers?

Just go for it and start, yes it may not be perfect , but you can always improve and always get better, but if you never do it you will have regrets and what if's, don't leave the earth with an I wish I would have done it. Do it now! Follow your passion and fulfill your dream

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    Turn The Pages Get To Know Author Jennifer Carr
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    About the Author

    Author | Speaker| Poet| Radio Show Host

    Detroit native, Jennifer Carr is the President/CEO of soulSPOKEN Expressions, a conglomerate of several companies that empowers and encourages women to express their authentic, true self through the arts. As a poet, author and speaker, she is passionate, devoted and committed to women empowerment and personal development. As a licensed minister and a strong woman who has experienced great trial and tribulation, she believes in sharing her testimony to many women to encourage breakthrough, healing and restoration, spiritually, mentally, emotionally and physically. She is a member of the National Association of Professional Women.

    Tell us about your book?

    Inside Her Soul captivates a poetic story of a woman who struggles with her identity and how she finds her place of beauty, freedom and wholeness. I share a lot of my story in this poetic work and how I overcame the struggle of insecurity, low self-esteem, emotional and mental abuse and promiscuity. I found Christ through my chaos. I tell my testimony to empower and encourage women to embrace their authentic beauty. I have a journaling section in the book that allows women who read my book to journal about their aha moments and answer the reflection questions I provide.

    How did you come up with the ideas for this book? What was the most difficult aspect of writing this book?

    I always loved writing poetry. A few years back, I discovered that God wanted me to use my writing to empower women around the world. I know since I struggled with my identity and have overcome the struggle, it was my vision and calling to empower and encourage women everywhere to do the same. The most difficult aspect of writing this book was allowing myself to be comfortable with being vulnerable and very transparent about my story. This is the meat and the authenticity of my ministry as a poet, author and speaker. I knew that in order for me to be able to reach the woman that I am called to reach, I must be real and authentic because in this I am relevant and relatable.

    Is it something you've always done or always wanted to do?

    Yes, I always something done since I was a little girl. I remember learning how to write poetry in my 7th grade year of middle. Ever since then, I have fallen in love with it. It is the sole way how I express myself.  When I started out writing, I didn't know that I was going to be empowering and encouraging women through my writing. So I am humbly honored to be used by God in this poetic work.

    Any advice to aspiring writers?

    Keep writing. Don't give up. You have a voice and you have a story to share. There is power in the pen.

    Why do I write?

    I write to empower. I write to inspire. I write to set women free. I write to exhort and encourage. I write to express me.



    Are you ready to remove the bandages, release the bondage and reclaim your true beauty? 

    Hey beautifuls! Yes, you! You are beautiful! Welcome to Inside Her Soul! I would like to thank each and every one of you for taking the time to read this poetic, inspirational and transforming work. I believe that this is NOT by


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    #BookBlast 'When You Let Go', by Unoma Nwankwor
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    An answered prayer. An unforeseen betrayal. A family healed by grace. Amara and Ejike Dike had been married for six glorious years. Amara was convinced Ejike, was the perfect gift from God. Loving, charming and very easy on the eyes. They had a beautiful life. Well, not so beautiful. Amara's inability to bear children made her feel like a less than the perfect mate for her husband. Then after many years, God lifted her faith and had finally heard her cry. The Dikes couldn't be happier.

    A surprise visit from Chinelo, Amara's long lost cousin, turns Amara's world upside down and threatens to turn her once-perfect existence into ashes. Ejike loved his wife with a passion. They shared a burning desire and faith in God that burned deep. However Chinelo's appearance would open a Pandora's Box that had purposely been kept shut.

    Faced with the loss of all she holds dear, Amara finds herself at crossroads. Would she lean on God's sustaining grace to let go and travel the rocky path to forgiveness? Or would she throw everything to the wind and walk away?

    When You Let Go is a novel about people who know what the Word of God instructs but struggle with actually doing it when the chips are down



    BOOK CONTEST ENTER NOW: The Author is giving away one e-book copy of An Unexpected Blessing( Kindle or Nook Only) 



    About The Author:

    Born in Akron, Ohio to Nigerian parents. UnomaNwankwor spent her childhood and early adulthood years in Port-Harcourt, Nigeria. She is a romantic at heart and is passionate about telling stories of faith and hope about love. She hope to capture her readers through stories that are faith based with an element of love. After all, "and now abide faith, hope, love, these three; but the greatest of these is love." ~1 Corinthians 13:13

    She is the published author of An Unexpected Blessing (2013) and The Christmas Ultimatum(2013) and many published flash fiction and short stories. Her work has appeared in Africa Book Club and the Kenyan Ezine; Wamathai and well as numerous radio shows and blogs. She is currently working on her next novel When You Let Go (May,2014) and A Scoop of Love (October, 2014).

    Her readers are in love with her unique way of telling stories that capture the essence of her present home base; Atlanta Georgia and her Nigerian culture. She calls them her God-given stories and strives every day to be a use her gift to His glory. 

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    #BookBlast 'The Christian Writer 101′ by Nina Fitzhugh Wells
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    About The Book

    The Christian Writer 101 (Fourth Edition) is author, Nina Fitzhugh Wells' updated version of this concise guide to Christian Self-Publishing. Within the pages are step-by-step instructions for writing, publishing and promoting your Christian book. This educational manual offers all you need to make informed choices concerning your publishing focus.

    As an update the third edition, it not only boasts the technical and practical pieces, it also extensively covers such topics as: 1) A Complete social media chapter, and 2) Proven marketing and promotions strategies. As well, there are foundational scriptures, wisdom winks, and motivational quotes from literary professionals to further educate and inspire you. This Concise, Precise, Advice Guide is for ALL writers, authors, and self-publishers.



    One winner will be chosen to win a paperback copy of The Christian Writer 101 Raffle for giveaway:



     About The Author

    Nina Fitzhugh Wells has served in education for more than 25 years; in the book publishing business for nearly 15 years; and in the Christian counseling for 10 years. Her calling and passion is for teaching, counseling, and evangelistic outreach. "God has commissioned me to educate and inspire all people; and to offer hope and healing to the lost and hurting," proclaims Wells, who serve diligently to help others discover, develop, and use their gifts to their highest potential.

    A native of Philadelphia, PA, Nina Fitzhugh Wells is a Doctor of Education (Ed.D) student at Walden University in Baltimore, Maryland where her focus is Higher Education and Adult Learning. She earned her Master of Arts Degree in Christian Education from the Union Theological Seminary (Now Union Presbytery Seminary) in Richmond, Virginia; and did her undergraduate studies at the Pennsylvania State University in State College, Pennsylvania. She is the author of seven books, including her profound autobiography: "Lost FOUNDation: From Foster Care to God's Heir" (2009), a highly acclaimed top seller. Currently, she is penning her eighth book - a research-based study - entitled: "Emancipation Revelation: An Exploratory View at Resources and Supports for First Year College Students Who Age-Out of Foster Care," to be published in 2014.

    Wells is an ordained evangelist and adult educator who serves as Education Director at Kingdom Publishing Group (KPG), a Christian book publishing and promotions company in Richmond, VA. She is credited with helping a diverse group of authors to birth nearly 300 God-inspired books out to the world. Her ministry, books, and education have afforded her many opportunities to reach and teach multitudes of people from diverse communities. She continues to be in high demand as a keynote speaker, workshop facilitator, educator and Christian counselor.


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