Known for dealing with controversial topics within the church community, Sonya Visor is an author, an inspirational "keep-it-real" speaker, a playwright and the founder of TruU Ministries, which was birthed from her inspirational book, Who I’ve Become. Sonya writes and minister to help people become the true person God ordained them to be. Helping people unmask to reveal their true self is not only Sonya’s passion, but the mantle of deliverance she lives and walks within.
When Sonya is not busy writing or ministering, she enjoys spending time with her better half, reading, watching a great movie and baking chocolate chip cookies.
Sonya resides in Wisconsin with her husband of over twenty-five years, Pastor Tony, and their two sons. Sonya and her husband pastor New Covenant Church, Racine.
Readers can contact Sonya at firstname.lastname@example.org and find more books by visiting her website at www.sonyavisor.com • Facebook.com/sonya.visor • Twitter.com/sonyavisor • Goodreads •YouTube •Pinterest.com/unmask1
Thirty-two days, divorced.
Moving day has arrived for Nadine Parker, but she needs a plan of execution. Nadine struggles to find the strength to break free from the hold of what-once-was with Zane Willibe. After being a couple for sixteen years, thirty-two days of marriage revealed the truth about Zane. And now, the secrets begin to unfold.
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This holiday season explore five unique short stories that celebrate the love, joy, and peace of Christmas:
Miracle From on High by Renée Allen McCoy
Giving You the Best of My Love by Sonya Visor
His Calling and My Desire by Camille Gipson
Blessings in the Storm by Lisa Antley
The Greatest Christmas Present Ever by Renarda Williams
Her sins went well beyond the sheets.
What “good girl” Rainey Thomas needed was atonement for her sins. She kept up appearances until the web of a major drug trafficker ensnared her. Malik Johnson made Rainey feel alive. He not only pushed her sexual appetite button, he enraptured her mind and captivated her soul. He was her soul mate, but was he good for her soul?
Have you ever said that you were all right when you weren’t, or when asked how you are feeling responded with an, “I’m fine” when you knew you were emotionally on the edge? If this describes you, keep reading; this book may change the way you see yourself.