Beginning her career in 2008, Paulette is an award-winning, bestselling author and the founder of WNL Coaching and Marketing Services. Along with being an ordained Elder, she is the author of several books and founder of Write Now Literary Virtual Book Tours, a service to help promote authors of the Christian genre and authors of clean books.
As an inspirational and motivational speaker, Elder Paulette's desire is to empower, influence and cultivate women to move forward while dealing with issues that hinder women from becoming all they are created to be. Her topics are biblically sound and pertinent to the needs of today's women. Paulette is a mother, grandmother and Bible teacher. Paulette has appeared on numerous radio and Television shows.
Combining enthusiasm with an energetic speaking style, audiences describe Paulette's presentation as inspiring, enriching and encouraging. She is committed to speaking a message that is always uplifting and edifying.
As a writing coach, she is the visionary behind her own writing ministry called "Write Now," a literary program that specializes in coaching aspiring writers in the areas of creativity, development, and publication of Christian books. She provides her listeners with tools, resources, and opportunities to help them succeed in the writing business. Her books have ranked consecutively on the Black Christian Publishers Bestsellers List for Independent Publishers (non-fiction category).
A broken man, a woman on the run, a love that won’t be denied. Single—and very content—real estate developer Aaron Blackman is determined not to become involved in another relationship. He’s experienced enough drama
to last a lifetime. The only thing garnering his attention now is his growing business. And he plans to keep it
that way. Then Simone Herron waltzes into his life, beautiful and confident. Fighting to keep his promise to
himself—to remain single—he soon discovers that when it comes to love, some promises must be broken.
After losing her fiancé in an untimely death, Simone Herron relocates. She desperately needs to put the past
behind her and start a new chapter in her life. While love is the farthest thing from her mind, she experiences
an attraction to the handsome Aaron Blackman that frightens her. She's built a wall around her heart, but can
she find the strength and courage she needs to welcome love again? To do so, she must conquer her fears
and allow God to put all of her broken pieces back together.
Reading a great book and writing a fun story are two of S.R.'s favorite pastimes, along with a never-ending quest to learn more about natural health and sustainable living. The natural health and sustainable living aspects show up throughout her writing, although usually in very creative ways. (Many 'artistic liberties' are taken with the healing aspects in The Pledge--what else can you do when you run into possessed doctors and nurses, and demonic toxins? ;>). S.R. also enjoys spending time with her family--kayaking is one of their favorite activities.
If you enjoy books which push beyond the normal and explode into the supernatural; books where people can and do become possessed and miracles happen in big ways, then books by S.R. Booth might be what you're looking for! S.R. Booth is the author of The Scinegue (sin a gue) Series, which includes The Secret, The Pledge, and The Forest. She also wrote Bradley and Nicole, a novella featuring two characters from The Pledge, and Saving Will, a stand alone novel with a few characters from The Scinegue Series.
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A secretive company keeps itself off the radar and out of the news for over fifty years. What kind of power does it take to command that kind of privacy? What secrets is it trying to hide? Billy Roth doesn't know and doesn't really care. His blue collar job collecting garbage for the company pays very well. The last thing he wants to do is risk his position by asking questions, but his coworkers start disappearing and things get really strange, really fast.
"Invited" into the company by a couple of thuggish looking bodyguards, Billy is awed by the high level of
security and rather impressed to learn the company's motto: Make every person the best they can be. That
sounds like a pretty noble objective, but Billy soon realizes that motto might not be one hundred percent correct. Eliminate every person who's not the best they can be is starting to sound much more accurate.
Dyanne Gordon Green was born and raised in northern California and currently makes her home in Charlotte, NC with her husband, Robert. She is a devout believer in the Lord and if you have any questions about Jesus, just ask! She has four children and four grandchildren scattered from coast-to-coast.
Dyanne has been weaving tales since before she knew how to write. At the age of four, Dyanne would dictate stories to her mom and then ask her to read them back to her word for word. She has published short fiction and non-fiction, produced ad copy for radio, taught creative writing sessions, co-developed a monthly event for writers to showcase their works, and served on the committee for a northern California writer's conference. Dyanne welcomes emails from readers at DyanneGordonGreen@gmail.com
Sweet fiction with a strong Christian theme. Maggie Archer teaches at Freedom Christian University and is very active at her church. Though never married, Maggie, now approaching fifty, still longs for a relationship. One that is based on Biblical principles and filled with love and friendship. Frank Porter, 55, owns his own construction company, is quite successful and is a born again Christian, ready to share the gospel with anyone and everyone. Frank came close to marriage several years ago but it didn't work out. He finds nights and weekends are too quiet and too lonely but he has resigned himself to his solitary lifestyle.
Maggie and Frank have a chance meeting at the large church they both attend and are very taken with each other. They meet again and find the attraction is mutual; however they both have secrets they aren’t sure they want to share now or ever. Is their faith and trust in God strong enough to overcome their past secrets or will they go their separate ways, never experiencing the joy they could have together?