Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Against The Gates of Hell Virtual Book Tour with Mylow Young

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He had always looked down on those who partook and pedaled drugs which claimed the lives of many in the streets.  Now Kerby Wilson finds himself duped by his own pride and going down a very desperate path of his own.  Distraught over the death of his parents and, the murder of a fellow police officer, Kerby alienates those closest to him, pushing them away-his wife, brother, police force buddies and old friends. As the bottom falls out of his life and darkness consumes his soul, he sells all that he holds dear for an elusive state of peace.
Herby, Kerby’s identical twin brother is angry with Kerby for turning on his family, friends, and the police force and for going down this destructive path. As his heart hardens and he is caught up in his own battle of resentment and bitterness, he tries to shut Kerby out. But Rene, his God-fearing wife won’t allow that to happen. Instead she continually appeals to his conscience, reminding him of God’s unfailing love and Kerby’s need for his help.
When Kerby uses his past identity as a police officer to rob the biggest drug dealer in Philly, a price is put on his head. Learning of Kerby’s latest antics, Herby, family and friends are challenged to push past their struggles to help keep him alive and break free of his addiction.

How did you become a writer?
I don’t think a question like this can be answered in particular. I guess over the years, starting at a young age writing was my way of expression since I didn’t feel that anyone listened to me or cared about what I had to say. More recently though after going through addiction I wanted to spread the same hope in Christ that I had found. I wanted to be an inspiration… encourage others who saw no way out.

Where does your inspiration for your characters come from?
Many of my characters are real or should I say are inspired by real people (Mo-Mo in particular). For the most part though, the characters are versions of myself… where I was, where I am and where I strive to be. Almost all the characters are named after people who have been, in some way, special in my life, contributing in some way to who I am and I wanted to honor them in this way.

What are you hoping readers take from your book?
One thing I want the reader to take away is what the drug addict deals with internally and emotionally. There is such a level of shame, humiliation and a very deep sense of worthlessness. An addict seeks the fulfillment of love, acceptance and approval. That’s the whole reason to find a way to fill the void. Another is the warfare the person struggling with addiction faces on a moment by moment basis. I also want my readers to be able to identify with a character so I try to create characters that have everyday life issues… deep stuff that no one wants to talk about. But the core of my message is that God wants us to know our value to Him regardless of our life controlling issue. He wants us to know who we are in Him… that we are His righteousness, completely forgiven in Christ and fully accepted! 

If you were to write a book about a controversial topic, what would it be?
The Segregation in the Body of Christ… or, maybe something dealing with the “religious spirit” in the Body of Christ.

Most writers have a process or method for writing their books, what is yours? 
I write a lot of dialogue because I want the reader to have a sense of presence, like you’re right there experiencing the story yourself. Then I try and be as descriptive in the moments…

What is your favorite genre of books?
Used to be autobiographies… now… books that help you understand the Christ lifestyle.

Are you an avid or occasional reader?
Oddly enough I don’t read much at all anymore… hardly ever.

What are two things you want your readers to know about you?
That I am sincere, that I am human and still struggle with life, that I am an optimist with eternal hope! There is always hope… always!

If you could interview one of your favorite authors, who would it be? Why?
Wow… Watchman Nee… my favorite of all time. I would like to have known his thoughts on total surrender and holiness living in today’s society.

What is or was your dream job?
I used to work at a TV station in Philly. One of my jobs was as studio coordinator on a sports show… The Randall Cunningham Show. I got to meet and spend time with many Philadelphia Eagles team members, coaches, even the owner of the team. I also got to meet other celebrities from all areas of sports and entertainment. As far as a dream job today? I entertain thoughts of writing for a TV show that I created as well as hosting a talk radio show dealing with the more controversial subjects of life… I love to call out the “religious” folks when it comes to areas of addiction and homelessness, etc. too many wanna be or “supposed to be” Christians have some “special” ways of showing Christ-like-ness…

What new projects are you working on?
I’m always writing poetry and I’m throwing around thoughts of a book of short stories. But right now I’m doing the sequel to “Gates of Hell”.  My intention is to do a series, a progression in the lives of Kerby, his family and other characters as well as creating new ones. In it I want deal with the gang life verses manhood, real fatherhood verses baby daddies and the treatment of our women… subjects that seem to be lost in our world today.

Where can readers find you?
You can find me at my website…, you can follow me on Twitter @mylowyoung, and

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Thursday, May 24, 2012

Talk About It Thursdays: Write Great Fiction Series

As an author, I look for materials that will help me hone my craft and please my readers. I found a great series on call "Write Great Fiction" that has helped me from plot and structure to self-editing. I wanted to share this series with you so lets "Talk About It Thursdays" will focus on the books of this wonderful series.

Plot & Structure
James Scott Bell

Award-winning author James Scott Bell offers clear, concise information that will help you create a believable and memorable plot. This book provides techniques for crafting strong beginnings, middles, and ends, easy-to-understand plotting diagrams and charts, Brainstorming techniques for original plot ideas; thought-provoking exercises at the end of each chapter, story structure models and methods for all genres, tips and tools for correcting common plot problems, filled with plot examples from popular novels, comprehensive checklists, and practical hands-on guidance. Write Great Fiction: Plot & Structure gives you the skills you need to approach plot and structure like an experienced pro.

Characters, Emotion & Viewpoint
Nancy Kress

This book is filled with interactive exercises and valuable advice that teaches you how to:
  • Choose and execute the best point of view for your story
  • Create three-dimensional and believable characters
  • Develop your characters' emotions
  • Create realistic love, fight, and death scenes
  • Use frustration to motivate your characters and drive your story
With dozens of excerpts from some of today's most popular writers, Write Great Fiction: Characters, Emotion & Viewpoint provides you with the techniques you need to create characters and stories sure to linger in the hearts and minds of agents, editors, and readers long after they've finished your book.

Gloria Kempton

Write Great Fiction: Dialogue by successful author and instructor Gloria Kempton has the answers to all of these questions and more! It's packed with innovative exercises and instruction designed to teach you how to:
  • Create dialogue that drives the story
  • Weave dialogue with narrative and action
  • Write dialogue that fits specific genres
  • Avoid the common pitfalls of writing dialogue
  • Make dialogue unique for each character
Along with dozens of dialogue excerpts from today's most popular writers, Write Great Fiction: Dialogue gives you the edge you need to make your story stand out from the rest.

Description & Setting
Ron Rozelle

You can find all the answers you need in Write Great Fiction: Description & Setting by author and instructor Ron Rozelle. This nuts-and-bolts guide&#150complete with practical exercises at the end of each chapter&#150gives you all the tips and techniques you need to:
  • Establish a realistic sense of time and place
  • Use description and setting to drive your story
  • Craft effective description and setting for different genres
  • Skillfully master showing vs. telling
With dozens of excerpts from some of today's most popular writers, Write Great Fiction: Description & Setting gives you all the information you need to create a sharp and believable world of people, places, events, and actions.

Revision & Self-Editing
James Scott Bell

In Write Great Fiction: Revision & Self-Editing, James Scott Bell draws on his experience as a novelist and instructor to provide specific revision tips geared toward the first read-through, as well as targeted self-editing instruction focusing on the individual elements of a novel like plot, structure, characters, theme, voice, style, setting, and endings. You'll learn how to:
  • Write a cleaner first draft right out of the gate using Bell's plotting principles
  • Get the most out of revision and self-editing techniques by honing your skills with detailed exercises
  • Systematically revise a completed draft using the ultimate revision checklist that talks you through the core story elements
Whether you're in the process of writing a novel, have a finished draft you don't know what to do with, or have a rejected manuscript you don't know how to fix, Revision & Self-Editing gives you the guidance you need to write and revise like a pro.

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Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Book Spotlight: Letting Misery Go

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The Rev. Ruth Wilcox, head minister of a Chicago church, has just about adjusted to life on her own, years after her husband, Daniel, left her. But Daniel suddenly re-enters her life when his second wife spurns him, leaving him to care for their three sons. Ruth’s got enough on her plate, what with her mother’s Alzheimer’s, her best friend’s cancer diagnosis, her grown children’s dramas…and a charming parishioner who’s caught her eye. Also, she can’t shake the feeling that something is fishy with Daniel. Still, she’s long dreamed of reconciling with her first love, and his kids desperately need discipline and spiritual nurturing. In Michelle Larks’ Letting Misery Go, Ruth’s faith gives her the strength to face a life-altering choice.
About The Author

Michelle Larks was born and raised in the Windy City, Chicago. She graduated from South Shore High School and attended the University of Illinois, Chicago Circle. ichelle is married and the mother of two beautiful adult daughters. She was employed in the IT field for thirty plus years and now writes full-time.

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Book Review: Somewhere Out of the Darkness

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Somewhere Out of the Darkness
Glenn Raysor
3 Stars

Somewhere Out of the Darkness by Glenn Raysor introduces readers to Blue and Blade, two young men struggling to survive. Blue has spent his life learning from the best drug dealers and thugs. It comes as no surprise when Blade decides to climb his way to the top of the street game. However, Blue’s climb is laced with obstacles ones that my hinder his process.
Blade has been raised with morals but he is not blind to the streets. After a traffic accident Blade is put in the judicial system, which changes his life. Blade is alone and when he comes face-to-face with the cause of the changes in his life, Blade will have to decide if he is a friend or foe.
Something Out of the Darkness is about surviving and the crossing of lives pathways. The author presents a clear message with the storyline. It was hard for me to relate to the characters and I found myself wanting more of the story to delve into the main characters and their struggles to build a powerful organization. Overall it is an interesting book to read and I believe readers will be able to appreciate the books message.
This book was provided by the publisher for review purposes.
Teresa Beasley
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Friday, May 18, 2012

FYI Friday: Did You Know?

This is a little off the A&RBC path of useful Friday information but

Did You Know?

May 18th


National Bike To Work Day!

Join many other cyclists in the joy of riding your bike to work today.

Invisible Enemies Book Tour with Lynda Brown

About the Author
Lynda D. Brown lives in St. Louis MO. She has one married son and a beautiful grandson. This is her second book, her first book, Once I Was Lost, was released in April of 2006, and she immediately began working on Invisible Enemies, which took four years to complete. Lynda has been researching Spiritual Warfare for the last six years, and in these last days, she wants to make sure that God's people do not perish due to lack of knowledge. (Hosea 4:6)
As an avid science fiction fan and a lover of all things supernatural, author Lynda D. Brown’s supernatural thriller series, Invisible Enemies is creating quite a buzz in the independent publishing field. Book one, Invisible Enemies was published in 2010 and became an immediate hit in the authors local library, and when book two, Seed of Satan: Leah’s Story, Book Two of the Invisible Enemies Series, arrived in January 2012, all copies were immediately checked out by fans that eagerly waited over a year for the sequel.
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How did you become a writer?
I became a writer due to my love of reading from an early age. I can honestly say that I read pretty much anything thing. I live by my motto, that Knowledge is Power. I didn’t pursue a career as an author until 2004, when I published my first book, Once I Was Lost, with a traditional publisher, and enjoyed the experience.

Where does your inspiration for your characters come from?
All the characters in my book are based on either my personal life, or friends and family members that have gone through some of the issues and drama that Abby and her sister Candace deal with. From the age of sixteen until 2004, I was very much into the New Age movement, reading tarot cards, creating horoscope charts for clients, drinking, getting high, etc…

What are you hoping readers take from your book?
That no matter what life throws your way, God is still in control. It doesn’t matter if you believe in Him or not, He is the Supreme Being that is in totally control of our destiny. It doesn’t matter what you’ve done or haven’t done in your life, if God can use you, He will. I also want readers of Christian fiction to read about a church that embraces and uses the power, authority and dominion that Jesus died on the cross to restore back to the church. Invisible Enemies is really about this great church, Grace Faith Temple, that’s run by a mighty man of God, who does not tolerate shenanigans in God’s house.

If you were to write a book about a controversial topic, what would it be?
Funny you should ask that, book 3 in the Invisible Enemies Series, tentatively titled, The Devil and Sister Ford, will be dealing with the lack of power in the church. Why are there so many defeated Christians not living the life that God promised each of us as heirs to Abraham? Why is the church not teaching the congregation about spiritual warfare, and how to walk in their blood bought right of authority, power and dominion? These are some of the topics I want to address in book 3.

Most writers have a process or method for writing their books, what is yours?
I have to visualize the story in my mind first, I want to know what my beginning, middle and ending will be before I even began typing. Of course, once I began writing the story, the characters take on a life of their own, and it’s very fascinating to see how it all ends. Invisible Enemies was originally slated to be just one book, but once the characters began developing, I realized that I had a book series on my hands.

What is your favorite genre of books?
Supernatural fiction. I’m a huge Sci-Fi fan, actually a Trekkie from the original Star Trek series with Captain Kirk, and Mr. Spock. Once God led me to Genesis 6 in 1997, I became hooked on all the supernatural events that took place in the Bible.

Are you an avid or occasional reader?

What are two things you want your readers to know about you?
That I have a deep commitment to winning souls for the Kingdom of God with my book series, and two, that not all Christians are quiet, stately or boring, I have a wacky sense of humor, and I really enjoy making people laugh.

If you could interview one of your favorite authors, who would it be?
Frank Peretti- He wrote This Present Darkness, and Piercing the Darkness

I would love to ask him what kind of spiritual attack he was under while writing the two books mentioned above. I had read that he experienced a hearing loss after the books came out, and I know that any time you expose the enemy’s schemes and machinations, you’re subject to all kinds of demonic attacks.

What is or was your dream job?
My dream job would be a full time author, writing screenplays and watching my books climb up the charts and hit the best sellers list while millions of souls are being saved. Runner up would be my current job,
 as a  Public Technology Assistant at the St. Louis Public Library…I help library patrons that need assistance using the Internet or our reference machines.
What new projects are you working on?

I’m currently working on book 3 of the Invisible Enemies Series and scheduling authors to appear on The Author Chat Show, my online radio show and website that promotes self published authors.

Where can readers find you?
My books are available exclusively on Readers can purchase the print book for $9.99 or the eBook for $2.99

About the Book
Inspired by the Book of Job, Invisible Enemies reminds us that no matter what life throws our way, God is still in control! When God chooses Abby Harris as a pawn in his wager against Satan, poor Abby's life is turned upside down. Banned from her beloved church, Abby's hanging out with a new crew, drinking and getting high. When she runs into her sister's ex-boyfriend, they begin dating and soon she's pregnant and marries Randy Nelson. When the marriage turns sour, due to Randy's infidelities, Abby’s heart grows cold. By chance, she runs into a music producer who hears her singing, and overnight she becomes an R&B sensation. Abby plots to take her twins and leave her husband. When Randy finds out, he teams up with his ex, Candace, Abby's vengeful sister, to destroy her.

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Thursday, May 17, 2012

Talk About It Thursday: Dayton Book Expo

Authors & Readers Book Corner attended the 3rd Annual Dayton Book Expo in Dayton, OH. The expo is a gathering of many self-published authors as well as young authors. It was a pleasure to meet readers that have a love for books as much as we do here at A&R Book Corner. We took time to network while listening to an array of details about many of the authors work. 

Tiana Washington was one of the authors we looked forward to seeing. Tiana has penned three books, Camden, Shanna's Lost Ribbon and her lastet work Crescent Sun. She resides in Columbus, OH. Visit Tiana Washington at

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Book Spotlight: Deception

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Sisters can share too much. . .

Acquitted of murder, Tamia Luke is on a mission to reclaim all she's lost, including her ex, Brandon, who saved her life. Brandon's about to get married, but Tamia's determined, even if it means resorting to deception--a family habit. Her sister, Fiona, betrayed Tamia to save her own skin. Now the two share a scandalous secret that may destroy both their plans to start over. . .
Fiona's hoping her glitzy new job will help her score a rich husband. It's looking good, until the night she's seduced by the one man who is truly unattainable--unless she can keep her past hidden. And both sisters will have to steer clear of someone who knows too much, and wants them to pay--with their lives. . .

About the Author

Naomi Chase has always wanted to be a writer. Naomi has strayed away from journalism for her local paper to penning entertaining and suspenseful novels. Naomi's debut novel Exposed has caught the attention of many readers. Naomi lives with her family in Texas where she is working on her next novel of deceit and betrayal. Visit Naomi at

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Book Review: Coming Home

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Coming Home
Stacy Hawkins Adams
4 Stars

Have you been through a situation you believed could never be forgotten? Dayna felt this way after her ex-husband Brent, stepped outside their marriage in Coming Home by Stacy Hawkins Adams. Seven years has passed and Dayna has moved on, working as a hospital executive. Dayna is in love with a new man and everything is going well until…
Brent returns to ask for Dayna’s forgiveness as well as her help. Brent’s wife, Tamara is uncomfortable with her husband’s plan and does not understand his determination. Tamara starts reading between the lines and realizes that she must decide on what is best for her.
Warren loves Dayna with all his heart and when new develops enter into their relationship, Warren starts to question if he still has a place in Dayna’s heart. The Devil is always busy and temptation rears its ugly head. Warren will have to depend on his faith and love for Dayna to power through this trial.
Coming Home is about love, faith, and forgiveness. The author amazes me with her ability to capture readers’ hearts with her characters. These characters were well developed and the storyline engaging. I love reading Stacy Hawkins Adams work because her books always provides a life-changing message. I cannot wait for the next installment in the Winds of Change series.
This book was provided by the author for review purposes.
Teresa Beasley
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Friday, May 4, 2012

FYI Friday: Did You Know?

2nd Annual Baltimore Urban Book Festival

May 6, 2012

Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park
1417 Thames Street
Baltimore, MD 21231
Admissions: $5.00

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Book Spotlight: Sinners & Saints

Sinners & Saints
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Victoria Christopher Murray                                        ReShonda Tate Billingsley

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Jasmine Larson Bush and Rachel Jackson Adams are not your typical first ladies. But they’ve overcome their scandalous and drama-filled pasts to stand firmly by their husbands’ sides.
When a coveted position opens up—president of the American Baptist Coalition— both women think their husbands are perfect for the job. And winning the position may require both women to get down and dirty and revert to their old tricks. Just when Jasmine and Rachel think they’re going to have to fight to the finish, the current first lady of the coalition steps in . . . a woman bigger, badder, and more devious than either of them.
Double the fun with a message of faith, Sinners & Saints will delight readers with two of their favorite characters from two of their favorite authors.

About The Authors

Victoria Christopher Murray is the author of nine Essence bestselling novels, including The Ex Files; Too Little, Too Late; and Lady Jasmine. She is also the author of the DIVA teen series. Winner of the African American Literary Award for Fiction and Author of the Year (Female), she splits her time between Los Angeles and Washington, D.C. Visit her website at
ReShonda Tate Billingsley is a #1 national bestselling author of several novels, including The Secret She Kept; Holy Rollers; and Say Amen, Again, winner of the NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Literary Work. She is also the author of the Good Girlz teen series, while her short fiction appears in the anthology Have a Little Faith. Visit her at

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Coming Home Book Tour with Stacy Hawkins Adams

How did you become a writer?

I've been a writer since childhood, when I began by writing short stories and poems. I loved writing so much that I majored in journalism in college, and went on to become a daily newspaper reporter. I worked as a metro desk reporter in Florida and in Richmond, Virginia (where I now live), and my first and second novels were written while I still worked full-time at the Richmond Times-Dispatch. I ended my 14-year newspaper journalism career in 2006 so I could focus on writing novels and freelancing. 

Where does your inspiration for your characters come from?

A lot of it comes from the daily news and women's issues that I hear being discussed over and over. Sometimes it may come from interactions with readers in which I hear them voicing the same concern, fear or need, independently of each other. And often I'll have a particular issue I want to address, based on what I'm hearing from my readers, and I'll craft a character, or a creative plot, to help me accomplish my goal.

What are you hoping readers take from your book?

I'm hoping readers of Coming Home will receive the message that while it isn't easy to forgive, it's not impossible, and that when that goal has been accomplished, one can begin to fully live again. I also want them to see the beauty and power of sacrificial love. That isn't easy either, but it's not unrealistic, and sometimes it can be life-changing for everyone involved.  

If you were to write a book about a controversial topic, what would it be?

There are numerous topics that could be considered controversial, depending on the reader, but my goal in everything I write is to explore real issues and help the characters (and my readers) figure out how to handle those issues through a framework of faith. I've written in the past about homosexuality, teen pregnancy, domestic abuse, adultery and what could pass for prostitution. I don't shy away from those kinds of topics, but if I'm going to write about them, it's for a particular purpose -  to help my readers learn a lesson or gain a deeper understanding of a particular character's issues and needs.

Most writers have a process or method for writing their books, what is yours? 

There are two things I do every time I write a book: First, I give my main characters a life history. I write a summary of their age, their education, their birth order, their personality, their favorite colors, etc. so I can begin to understand what would motivate each person, and what he or she would likely to do in a particular situation. The next thing I do is spend time with these characters for several months, just thinking about them as if they're real people, asking myself "what if" questions, before I write one word. Doing this helps me to "know" them better, so that by the time I sit down to write, it's an easier process, because I am writing based on how the character would handle each situation or crisis, versus what I would have him or her do.  

What is your favorite genre of books?

I love a range of books. When I'm writing fiction, I tend to steer clear of novels, just so my own work remains pure. So that means I read a lot of nonfiction. I read everything from inspirational and devotional books to titles like Steve Job's biography or one of Malcolm Gladwell's book. I also enjoy books like Isabel Wilkerson's "The Warmth of Other Suns" and "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks."

Are you an avid or occasional reader?

Both! :) When I'm super busy I don't read as often as I'd like, and yet, I love and breath reading and writing. So even when I can't settle down with a good book on a Saturday or Sunday afternoon and read for a long stretch of time, I'll read a chapter each night, to at least move myself forward and stay engaged. I have several books on my nightstand, and I read from one of them every night and another sometimes in the mornings.

What are two things you want your readers to know about you?

I'd love them to know that I'm sincerely grateful that they take the time to buy and read my books and often reach out to me to let me know how my characters and stories have touched them. I don't take them for granted! 

I'd also like them to know that I pray over each book, as I'm writing each chapter, so that the book will make an impact. I definitely want them to be entertained, but I also want them to finish my books feeling inspired and hopefully blessed. 

And if I can add a third thing, I guess I'd like them to know that even though I can be an introvert and sometimes shy, I actually love people and love to laugh and make others laugh. 

If you could interview one of your favorite authors, who would it be? Why?

J. California Cooper. She is so wise, and she writes in a way that teaches life lessons without preaching. I'd love to understand her writing process and what motivates her as a writer.

What is or was your dream job?

This is it! :) I started writing at age 5 and declared at age 8 that someday I would be an author. Even as a child, I had the privilege of seeing the joy and light my writing gave others, and I've always wanted to do this. I'm grateful to be living my dream. 

What new projects are you working on?

I'm working on the sequel to Coming Home. It will be released in March or April 2013, so I'm writing fast and furious these days!

Where can readers find you?

Readers can find me on Facebook at, on Twitter at and of course on my website, Thanks for featuring me!

About the Author
Stacy Hawkins Adams is an award-winning inspirational author, speaker and freelance journalist who has written about women’s relationships with God, each other, and themselves for more than a decade. She has penned seven nationally published women’s fiction novels and one nonfiction book, and is at work on her ninth book. Stacy also operates a group coaching service for aspiring authors called Author In You. For more information about Stacy, her books or her coaching services, visit or

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If forgiving your ex-husband was easy, everybody would do it.
Brent had cheated on Dayna and coldly said goodbye to her seven long years ago—dashing her hopes of having children or growing old with the love of her life.
Working hard to make herself successful as a hospital executive, Dayna has moved on, finding comfort in a new relationship with a faith-filled colleague, Warren.
But when Brent resurfaces on her doorstep at just the wrong time, Dayna’s heart threatens to come unglued. Why is Brent asking for forgiveness now? And why are he and his new wife, Tamara, interested in reconciliation with Dayna? The unbelievable answers begin to surface as Brent boldly asks Dayna to support him at the most crucial time of his life.
While Tamara’s heart brims with guilt, both women will discover what it means to reach beyond pain and baggage to love unconditionally, while leaving the consequences to God.

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