Tanika Daniels is a young black woman whose life is coming apart at the seams. Her apartment is being torn down so she’s forced to move, she’s skating on thin ice at her job and to top it off, her boyfriend had dumped her for a sugar mama.
Things couldn’t be bleaker – until she receives a vague and mysterious letter informing her of a potential inheritance. But there are conditions. She’s allowed
Cassandra and Ramona lived together as college roommates and lovers until Ramona grew nervous about her sexual orientation and left Cassandra. Ramona’s daughter announces that she has met the man of her dreams and his mother is none other than Dr. Cassandra Johnson. Will love win out in the end, or will lives be irrevocably ruined in The Wedding That Didn’t Happen?
Black women are beautiful, talented, and unique queens. Many black women are oblivious to their royalty and worth. Some of us have even stored away our crowns with costume jewelry. There are some black women who understand the importance of their royalty. The queen aware of her identity would under no circumstances remove, hide, or store away her crown. But why do we wear a crown, they ask?
Ladies Who Lunch & Love, is a dazzling debut novel by former Essence magazine columnist and NAACP Image Award nominee, Nathan Hale William.Four fabulous New York society women navigating life and love while sharing their gay best friend.Not your typical snobs or real housewives, these ladies are down-to-earth, relatable women who know how to have a great time even when confronting life's challenge
Anita confides a terrible secret about her health to a good-looking maintenance person, Sloan Watson, who doesn’t know what to make of the secret. Anita is attracted to Sloan but has too many complications at home to act on the attraction. Will Anita allow Sloan into her life once the medical crisis is over? Will she survive the devastating effects of The Big C?
Sistahs, this is a Call-to-Action.
This very short and to the point book is an attempt to provide a straight from the heart pocket-guide to address the lifestyle and behavior challenges many African-American women are now facing. Understanding these Seven Principles can ultimately impact the depths of our community to evoke change for the better! ~Doc Mel :-)
"The Pathfinder Chronicles II Book Two" continues the journey to strong self-esteem for African Americans. These books were created to build self-knowledge which is the key to power. Through hidden histories, social and economic insights, and possible solutions, they reveal the pathway to a better life. These commentaries are written by Rev. Andrew Bozeman, a spiritual, self-help writer.
Kai takes a trip to Costa Rica with Santiago, but their excursion to paradise is interrupted by someone from his past. Meanwhile, Kai interviews for the job of a lifetime, but she is reluctant to leave her loved ones behind to move across the country. However, she makes a devastating mistake that could cost her everything. Can Kai and her sister, LaNaya, undo the damage before it’s too late?