“I hope this book will be a beacon of light,” says the first-time author. “Even though it may be banned in certain schools, I pray that the right kids find it. The right adults find it."
Jane Austen, Louisa May Alcott, and Charlotte Bronte are synonymous with historical fiction romance. However, Black women writers have made a mark in literary history within this genre as well.
Everyday moments, tropical vacations and royal fantasies are putting us in the mood for love.
Judge Faith Jenkins On Manifesting Husband Kenny Lattimore And Love Lessons That Inspired Her Book, 'Sis, Don't Settle'
The 'Divorce Court' judge's dating history, getting married after 40, and what she's seen in the courtroom led to her writing her first book.
All at once, the evangelist dealt with the loss of her mom, a cancer scare and the pandemic. In a new book she shares how to find peace in times of tumult.
Bedtime, bath time, and playtime are all opportunities to share valuable lessons from these titles that will last a lifetime.
The lawyer, writer, and abolitionist organizer’s debut book uses personal and collective history to reimagine justice.