Debbie Soni is a Congolese artist, author, singer songwriter and photographer. Years ago Debbie, as a teenager, fled with her parents and siblings their war-torn country of DR Congo to the US. There she earned a degree in Human Development and Family Science / USA and a graduate certificate in Human Rights from the University of York /UK. These two fields of studies and her Congolese origin drive her writings and music. Debbie loves teaching children and writing stories and plays that even adults can enjoy. Also as a talented artist she advocates for the underprivileged and the abused. She is a devoted follower of Christ. She enjoys eating mangoes, visiting new places, washing the dishes and laughing with her siblings. Debbie Soni speaks four languages which include French, English, Lingala and another language called Kikongo from the DR Congo. She loves to travel to different countries around the world and gleans ideas for some of her stories from different travel experiences. She enjoys great cuisine, traditional and modern, and enjoys being a hands-on part of the cooking process. Debbie has also published three other books (Available on Amazon) "A Mustard Seed Wish", "Dinerfrica", and "Kicking the Football" which can be found in paperbacks on Amazon. Come back and read some more of her works and be inspired to impact this generation and to become what you were created to be.
Celeste is daring to live out her dream and having to take care of 10 children will not stop her. She is determined to open her own pastry and get out of the shadow of her mean boss. As obstacles, family obligations, and her boss threaten her dream and as romance tries to find its way back into her life, Celeste's decisions change her life and family forever.
In this first book of the Memories Series: Dieudonne comes home after the war and finds a puzzle box, a gift from someone. Lod Vanderson, the carrier of the gift, begins to tell the story that will help Dieudonne understand who sent the gift and why.