Tonya Snow-Cook


Although Marti is Tonya Snow-Cook's debut novel, her first experience at writing a novel came in her junior year of college when she wrote Love You Like A Sis (LYLAS). Suffice it to say, that manuscript remains in a box in the bottom of her closet--she suspects...collecting dust. The one thing she learned from that whole experience was that she was a writer, and if she could write that novel, she could write another.

Her love for creative writing, naturally, prompted her to try her hand at poetry. And in January 2008, Snow-Cook also released her first poetry book called Wandering Places, which boasts a collection of poems inspired by the physical and emotional journey of life, as can be expressed through wandering and wondering.

Snow-Cook received a B.A. in English from Southern University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and a M.A. in English and Technical Communication from the University of Alabama in Huntsville. She currently resides in Houston, Texas, with her husband and daughter. While she works professionally as a technical writer, in her spare time, when not writing poetry or fiction, she also enjoys golf and motorcycling, singing/songwriting, web and graphic design, animating, speed painting, photography, and social networking.

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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 81,360. Language: English. Published: October 17, 2017. Categories: Fiction » African American fiction » Romance, Fiction » Christian » Contemporary
Marti is the story of divorce and estrangement and forgiveness and most especially, love, the need and desire for love—the love of a good woman, love of family, and the love of God.

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conflict    contemporary    divorce    faith    love    relationship    romance    selfassessment    spirituality    struggle