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  • Amadi Oha

    "The God of Thunder" by

    Do you ever wonder why natural disasters such as hurricanes, tornados, earthquakes, and other violent acts persist in the Western world? Amadi Oha knows why! According to Amadi Oha, the African God of Thunder, these calamities on the West are ...


  • Vengeful

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    Cielo is a gorgeous legal assistant whose life changes when she walks into a New York prison to help represent a reformed drug dealer. D.R envisions success beyond bars, and one visit with Cielo gives him another reason to dream about prosperity ...


  • Steal. Kill. Destroy.

    Book 2 of the Forgiveness Series by

    Book 2 of the Forgiveness Series Barely two years ago, Melody Harrison fled her shocking past. The daughter of a pastor, Melody disgraced herself in the eyes of her family and their congregation when she had an affair with her sister’s husband and ...


  • Hawk I Fly High

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    This short read has a little of everything: inspiration, testimony, comedy, self-help, and mostly perspective. Being a work of fiction, this book allows readers and new readers to open their eyes to the differences outside their own social circle. ...


  • Love, Life and Beyond

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    What if a family was introduced into your almost perfect life and turned your world upside down in the worse way? What if these people made you feel vulnerable, uncertain maybe even insecure? Now let’s take this a step further. What if this family ...


  • No Land to Call Home

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    Nendela, an African princess of rare beauty lives by the rhythms and perfumes of Mother Africa, her home. One night the rhythms of Mother Africa changed. Her people were attacked by white men with guns. Beaten and bound by chains she is captured ...


  • The Witchdoctor Paradox

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    Tshiremba, the great witchdoctor, has a ruthless scheme to subjugate the Zulus of kwaZulu — Natal to his own ends in the “New” South Africa. Dr. Philemon Thlabati, is a thorn in his side, and Tshiremba is not above using ancient witchcraft to ...


  • Embers in the Ashes (Of History and Indifference)

    You can see the stars. by

    in 1993 an historian wrote: “... The lynching was especially atrocious: Two young black men were seized, dragged into the woods, and there chained to trees and tortured to death with blowtorches while a howling crowd of whites cursed and taunted ...


  • Embers in the Ashes (Of History and Indifference)

    When it is dark enough... by

    in 1993 an historian wrote: “... The lynching was especially atrocious: Two young black men were seized, dragged into the woods, and there chained to trees and tortured to death with blowtorches while a howling crowd of whites cursed and taunted ...


  • Henrietha

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    A pair of novellas about friendship and endurance in the face of hardship. In the titular story, Johnson introduces an unlikely pair of friends: Joanna White, a white Canadian journalist struggling to overcome the breakup of her long-term ...