ACPSLLCs objective is to coordinate the Perfect Storm to Greatness with various publishing, producing, branding, formatting, promoting, marketing, blast campaigns reviewing, blogging and editing functions.
We will continue to use our blog where authors can share their Masterpieces with the world
Euniece S. Dunning is well versed in business and the intricate nuances of making things work for the underdog, i.e. independent authors.
Business development · Chairman and CEO · Chief Executive Officer · Consultant of
Articulate Communication Publications, SLLC since November 2014
What if most cancers of the breast, ovaries, uterus, prostate, and thyroid could be avoided by simply supplementing with an affordable mineral that is lacking in the food supply and modern diet? What if the explosive increase in ADHD, autism, low IQ, depression, violent behavior, and some mental disorders could have also been prevented during gestation by this lacking mineral?
On the surface, her strength, success, and wisdom are always aglow, but she knows what lies beneath it all. Will they still love and respect her once they know the truth? Can she count on their support through the upcoming trauma? Life is beautiful
The bar is set high, the load hard to carry. Paralyzed at the chore of being a good example for her younger siblings, Jessica cringes at her sordid life. On the surface her strength success and wisdom are always aglow, but she knows what lies beneath it all. Will they still love and respect her once they know the truth? Can she count on their support through the upcoming trauma? Life is beautiful
Veronica Euniece Solomon affectionately known as Ronnie is a widow with three adult daughters. Her oldest Jessica Esther Solomon Chandler is married and lives in Las Vegas, NV. She is pregnant for the third time, but this is the first possible successful pregnancy.
Her second oldest Jereline Elianna Solomon Cartwright (aka Jelly) is also married with two children a girl and boy respectively (Jocelyn Queen and Jeremy King) with a successful chain of salons with every amenity possible for men and women to be relaxed and beautiful. The people in the Chicagoland Area use “The Grand G” as a household word. Of course, Johnny Solomon, Ronnie’s husband named the salons after their first Grandchild.
Then there is her youngest Jerrica Eloise Solomon (aka Jerry), who is not spoiled but more entitled than any Rockefeller heir. How she became so entitled no one in the family can quite understand. Jerry has been abroad eight times in ten years and now she is inviting her mom to spend a month meeting her husband’s mistress from 26 years ago. Jerry has not shared her plans to stay in Italy after she completes her studies but she is insistent on this family reunion of sorts.