February 2019 New Releases

Hey readers, check out these New Releases!

 

Still Fighting: My Sister’s Fight with Trigeminal Neuralgia by Lakisha Johnson

FB_IMG_1551570374629What would you do if you woke up one morning with pain doctors couldn’t diagnose, medicine couldn’t minimize, sleep couldn’t stop and kept getting worse?

What would you do if this pain took everything from your ability to eat, sleep, wash your face, brush your teeth, feel the wind, enjoy the outdoors or even work?

What would you do if this pain even tried to take your life but couldn’t shake your faith?

Still Fighting is a inside look into my sister’s continued fight with Trigeminal Neuralgia, a condition known as the Suicide Disease because of the lives it has taken. In this book, I take you on a journey of recognition, route and restoration from my point of view; a sister who would stop at nothing to help her twin sister/best friend fight to live.

It is my prayer you will be blessed by my sister’s will to fight and survive.

Genre Non-Fiction, Self-Help

**Be sure to purchase the Be A Fighter journal.**

 

A Staten Island Love Letter: The Forgotten Borough by Jahquel J.

49776285_2254941384775854_5411788161669922816_nImagine at nineteen loving a man so deep that you would risk your entire life for him? Loving him so hard that despite his small pockets, you love him for love . Freedom McGurrry loved Ghost like no other. Even though she was nineteen and he was a bit older, broke and trying to trap, she loved him. One night in 2009 causes her to rethink things and she disappears off the face of the earth. She leaves Ghost wondering what ever happened to his love?

Liberty, Freedom’s twin loved her man Pook. After he caught a drug case, she loved him so much that she would have held him down to the end of time. That is until she sees another woman pregnant with his baby and wearing the same exact ring he had gifted to her. Leaving the courtroom, pregnant and confused, she has no clue what to do.

Priest has been raised by his older sister, who is drying from lung disease. She’s all he has known. When she passes, she leaves behind three daughters, who Priest must raise. A college student himself, how is he supposed to put money on the table for three little girls? Putting down his books, he goes to see Ghost to provide for his family. On the back of the bus in 2009, he comes across Justice McGurry, Freedom and Liberty’s younger sister. A quick smile and a few words are exchange before they both exit the bus and go their own ways.

Ten years later, Ghost is the head nigga in charge in Staten Island. All the hard work and broke days sculpted him into the trap king that he is today. With his baby brother, Staten, and Priest by his side, nothing moves in Staten Island unless they know about it. Find out how ten years changed all these people’s lives and how life forces them to come back together.

Genre African American Urban Fiction, African American Women’s Fiction, Urban Romance

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A Staten Island Love Letter 2: The Forgotten Borough by Jahquel J.

FB_IMG_1551178434053When you’re at the top, people question why? Zeek and Zoe moved to Staten Island to lay low, but instead found out that there was money to be made there. Wanting Ghost’s position in the street, they’re willing to do whatever to get it, including killing whoever means the most to him. When Zeek makes a call that he thought would end Ghost, but could possible end him too… what happens?

Ghost wants to know who would try him and his family this way? Tearing Staten Island apart to find the answers, the answers may lie in the hands of Liberty, who heard a one sided conversation that Zeek had previous to Staten and Summer being gunned down. Liberty has her own fair share of Skeletons, but once those skeletons start to fall out the closet, she has no choice but to come clean to her sister and mother.

Freedom knows she needs to talk to her twins about their father, but fights hard trying to figure out how. With Mama Rae in her ear, she realizes that she has no choice, but to tell her children that she has lied to them their entire life. Zoe isn’t willing to leave Freedom alone. He’s willing to do anything to get back in her good graces, that even includes trying to end Ghost.

You don’t mention Staten Island without mentioning the Garibaldi family. Ghost and the Garibaldi family go back for years. When chaos erupts on Staten Island, Messiah laces up her timbs and gets ready to go to war. This time she’s not alone… her daughters are joining her.

Kiss’s paternity of her child is still a mystery to Priest. The person who actually fathers his niece’s child is the last person he expects. Juggling his own personal life and trying to raise three girls, Priest might reach his breaking point, especially when Justice breaks his heart for the final time.

Y’all were sleep on the forgotten borough, but it’s safe to assume you’re wide awake and ready for the explosive sequel to this series. Pay your toll, sit back and welcome to Staten Island!

Genre African American Urban Fiction, African American Women’s Fiction, Urban Romance

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Trust That This Love is Real by Pamela Campbell

received_692762634459282{Standalone} To the outside world, it appeared as if Amara had it all together. A successful career, a loving boyfriend named Swade, and a super supportive best friend named Nya. But looks can be extremely deceiving.

Most of Amara’s days were filled with sadness and deep pain, that she kept hidden behind her smile and perfect appearance.

Amara learned how to open up with the help of a strong, good-looking stranger, named Nathan. Nathan understood Amara’s dark struggles from his past experiences. He’s drawn to her and wants to help her.

Amara was caught off guard when she learned the truth about the man she loved, and was blindsided by an unexpected betrayal that could possibly send her back into a dark place.

Will Amara let go of the love that she thought she needed, and go with her heart? Can she trust that the love she feels for Nathan is real?

Genre African American Urban Fiction, African American Women’s Fiction, Urban Romance

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November 2018 New Releases

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Hi everyone! Make sure you visit our New Release Page to check out some of the new releases that were released in November. Please share the page, purchase a book or more, read & leave a review. Thanks a lot & enjoy your weekend! Happy Reading! ~ Vaneka

via November 2018 New Releases

 

Promise You’ll Stay Down by November

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Sexy, smart, and ambitious Skylar Jones was living the perfect life with her daughter Paris and longtime boyfriend rapper Ty’Mir. Skylar always thought the love they shared would overcome anything fame brought into their lives. Fame had a way of changing something Skylar worked so hard to build.

With fame comes drama and women, and Ty’Mir had his eye on one particular woman. Being caught up in the lifestyle ruined what he stood for. Ty’Mir thought he could have two women, and money would make them adjust to his lifestyle. Fame wasn’t for everybody, and it showed with Ty’Mir. Continue reading “November 2018 New Releases”

Happy Book Lovers Day

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Hello everyone! Did you know that it’s National Book Lovers Day? To celebrate, what will you be doing today? Did you take the day off work to read some of your favorite books? Or, have you locked yourself in your room to just read so that others would not bother you?

 

Personally, I’m trying to finish reading my current read, The Forgotten Wife by Lakisha Johnson, plus I’m promoting some hot books via social media.

 

In honor of National Book Lovers Day, post some of your favorite authors, favorite books &/or a selfie of yourself with your current read in the comments.

 

Happy #BookLoversDay! ~ Vaneka

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