Posts Categorized: Book Promotion

Author Colleen Dixon Releases Timely & Energizing Natural Hair Children’s Book “Coco Loves Her Curly Hair”

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The UK publishing industry has a shortage of black authors, along with black lead characters who deliver empowering messages to children. Author Colleen Dixon is stepping up to challenge this dynamic with her debut kid’s book “Coco Loves Her Curly Hair”. “Coco Loves Her Curly Hair” aims to encourage young black children to be unapologetically… Read more »

The Anticipated Release of “True Privilege,” a Fantasy Adventure Perfect for the Comic-Con Crowd!

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Written by Dr. Karyn Darnell, “True Privilege” is an exciting journey of a family line of abolitionist’s waging a war between two different worlds. New Earth, located in the universe above and beyond, is a whole new world abounding with residents from every generation of humankind, fascinating creatures, Light Beings, the Great Cloud of Witnesses,… Read more »

Jamaican-Born Author, Janet Autherine Releases New Book to Empower Women to Use the Transformational Power of Mindfulness to Create an Abundant Life

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Women who are struggling to navigate the busy thoroughfares of life, while in the midst of a pandemic, and dealing with the enormous stress of fighting for racial justice, now have a new resource to foster self-care and create an abundant life. Jamaican-born Author and Publisher, Janet Autherine, recently launched her third book, Island Mindfulness:… Read more »

The Peace with Dementia Rosary Recognizes June as Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month by Reaching Out to Catholics Impacted by Dementia

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“I remember the moment when my mother sat me down during Thanksgiving college break to tell me that my grandfather’s dementia had gotten so bad that he could not remember her name,” Matthew Estrade recalls from November of 1997. His grandfather was in a nursing facility in New Orleans, but she still struggled to cope… Read more »