March / April 2017 Digital

 

 

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Romella Vaughn

 

ANGIE RANSOME-JONES

“Path to Peace”
 
 

John Baker Jr., born in Springfield, Tennessee, is a direct descendant of a slave family from the Wessyngton Plantation in Tennessee.  My introduction to John came when I went to the Tennessee State Library and Archives to do research on my family. 
 

Teach Me How To Love: Why What You Don’t Know Will Hurt You!

 

Lynn Bruce: Rock to a Diamond

My book, Rock to a Diamond introduces you to a woman who finds herself on a road of self-destructive behavior, always accepting the worse, when she knows she deserves the best.
 

Sensory Processing Disorder- Could this be your child?

In today’s society, many children are diagnosed with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD). SPD is simply the difficulty and /or inability to process environmental or internal information from the body’s natural senses.
 

Erica Lola King: Love Without A Limit

Erica Lola King is a native of Houston, Texas.  She has always enjoyed writing.
 

“GET your shoes READY”

Meet Tanja - a multi-talented and creative author, singer, dance teacher, dancer, choreographer, and motivational speaker. Working with children and the youth inspired Tanja to obtain a degree in Education and continue to study dance.
 

Azizi Books in Matteson, Illinois is currently defying the odds.

Azizi Books is the only independent bookstore in the south suburbs of the Chicago metro area.
 

New York Times best-selling author Mary Honey B Morrison

Reinvesting in Herself while Empowering Women around the World
 

Whaii Publications and Author Andrea Yvette’s Lounge Time Stories

Andrea Yvette is a self published Author who decided to make good use of a talent she has allowed to lay dormant for years. After being forced to quit her job due to her 10 year old son’s Chronic Asthma, Andrea was determined to find a way to make a living and be there for her son without the fear of losing her job hanging over her.
 

“FROM VICTIM TO VESSEL”

PUSHING THROUGH PAIN TO WALK IN PURPOSE
 

When All Else Fails A JOURNEY TO REMEMBER

“You can overcome anything that’s thrown at you and still come out on top!”

This book is about a young girl who had a mother she felt didn’t love her because she didn’t know how to love. Her mother engaged in several abusive relationships.
 

YAKINEA MARIE – THE STRENGTH OF A WOMAN

The book/journal “The Strength of a Woman: Born to Turn Pain into Power,” re-introduces the W.O.M.A.N. to her power and purpose by repositioning her to discover her authentic self, and explore her potential, while embracing the totality of who she it.