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Toyi Elizabeth was born during a frightening electrical storm in Appalachia, the kind that makes people go to church the following Sunday. Exhausted from the ever present storms in her life, Toyi Elizabeth makes a valiant attempt at suicide that was thwarted by a determined doctor with heterochromia and a nurse from the Black church. Upon waking, she is burdened by the story to be told. A life-long victim who now sees herself as a survivor, Toyi Elizabeth offers a memoir of heartbreaking historicity, healing wisdom, and delightful wit.
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Stay in Your Lane Get the necessary tools to begin a journey of self-discovery. Filled with personal reflection exercises and anecdotes, Kamryn gives readers a necessary “pep talk” to thrust you into your life’s purpose by helping you align what you can do with your passion to do more with your life.
Fed and Focused is a bible study to help you live an intentional life as a Christian. We are Christians ON PURPOSE. We made a decision to follow Christ. Now what? Do we just go to church every Sunday and get fed? Yes, that’s part of it. But, the purpose of getting fed by the preacher is to go out and do something for Christ. What’s your assignment from God? Fed and Focused takes readers through the exploratory path of finding purpose, spiritual gifts and committing to an assignment from God.
Par for the Curse examines the impact of generational secrets on family, life, and love.
Raised in a family of eight women with twenty-four husbands among them, Stormy has managed to escape the family’s legacy thus far. Restraining the antics of her adulteress young cousin, Riley, exhausts Stormy. Comforting the heartbreak of her older cousin, Lourdes, angers her. After a devastating turn of events on par with her birthright, Stormy decides to seek a remedy for the family’s plight in relationships. She travels to New Orleans determined to find answers about a curse that was put on her great-grandmother over eighty years ago. Along the way, she faces a quilt of obstacles and a set of choices that challenge her current reality. Will she reveal the information she learned or continue to play the hand she was dealt by an angry young woman from the Bayou?
When the Butterfly Falls ponders the complications of marriage, divorce, and family.
Psychiatrist Farah Goodwyn is married to a wonderful man she respects greatly, but never really loved – not like she loves her new lover Kane Taylor. Life complicates further when keeping the secret of her mentally ill daughter’s adoption is threatened by the return of the birthmother. Farah’s success with sobriety is shaken when she finds herself dealing with her daughter, a husband, a lover, and the woman who is trying to take them all away.
Gathering Moss explores the complexity family structure.
Dr. Farah Goodwyn is trying to put together the broken pieces of her family and her sobriety. A rolling stone gathers no moss, but Farah plans to gather it all up and build a family for he daughter. With her estranged husband, her daughter’s birth parents, her lover, and her best friends, she decides to build a family despite the obvious challenges. Her skill as a psychiatrist has fixed a lot of broken families, but Farah is not sure if she can fix this one on her own.
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