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New Release-Wounded For My Destiny by Tiffany Denmark Belle and William Belle Jr.

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Title:    Wounded For My Destiny

Subtitle:   A Wounded Warrior Overcomes Survivor’s Guilt: Manifesting Love

Author: Tiffany Denmark Belle and William Belle Jr.

Genre: Non-Fiction/Business/Money/Careers

Format: Paperback and eBook

Publisher:  SCR, Incorporated

Length:   103 pages

Publication Date: May, 2019

Synopsis:

In their new book, “Wounded for My Destiny,” Tiffany Denmark Belle and William Belle, Jr., share their inspiring real-life story, chronicling a love rekindled after 30 years, the challenges faced by a wounded warrior, and how, together, they adapted and overcame them

“Wow, what an awesome book, I couldn’t put it down , it was an intense read, very appreciate author share their inspiring real-life story and love, this book will bring you more power to overcome adversity and enjoy life.”

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Featured Ebook: The Color of Angels by Rusty Kontos

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August 24, 2018-

Title:      The Color of Angels

Author:   Rusty Kontos

Format:   eBook

Publisher:  Urban Diamond Publishing

Buy:  https://www.amazon.com/Color-Angels-Rusty-Kontos-ebook/dp/B07GBH1CYL/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1535114020&sr=8-1&keywords=the+color+of+angels

Synopsis:

A point of view from the Jim Crow Era no one dared to speak on….until now.

The Color of Angels follows a little girl named Sissy who grew up during the late 1950’s. When her father Billy Joe joined the KKK, her family was turned upside down. His hatred for anything not deemed pure by the Klan fueled him to commit unspeakable acts, not only against humanity, but within his family. He hated Sissy, he hated her before she ever took a breath, and he made sure to show that hatred whenever he could. Although this is a fictional story, it is based on events that were common knowledge to many families at that time, but were simply swept under the rug.

This story details the trials and tribulations that were endured by both sides before the Civil Rights Movement became a prominent fixture.

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FEATURED BOOK: Exodus Lost by S.C. Compton

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Exodus Lost by S.C. Compton

Title: Exodus Lost

Author: S.C. Compton

Genre: Non-Fiction/History/Ancient Civilizations

Format: Paperback/ebook

Pages:    344

Publisher: Booksurge, LLC 

Synopsis:

Aztec and Mayan chronicles told of distant ancestors who came from across the Atlantic Ocean from Tlillan Tlapallan, literally “Black Land Red Land.” Exodus Lost reveals for the first time that this was an actual place, “Black Land Red Land” being the literal translation of the ancient Egyptian name for Egypt, Kemet Deshret. Bolstered by extensive research, this initial discovery opens the door to a series of ground-breaking insights into the origins of Mexican and Western civilizations, including the first archaeological confirmation of two major Bible stories. 

Buying Links:

http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/exodus-lost-s-compton/1102964509?ean=9781439276839#productInfoTabs

 

About S.C. Compton:  

S. C. Compton has been fascinated with ancient civilizations since childhood adventures living in the rainforests of Peru with his grandparents and exploring Incan ruins in the nearby Andes. He went on to obtain a Bachelor of Arts in the Humanities cum laude from Shimer College, a Master of Liberal Arts from the University of Chicago, a Master of Arts in Literature from Northwestern University, and studied at Oxford University and in Switzerland at L’Abri. Compton dedicated 14 years to the research and writing of Exodus Lost, including travels to archaeological sites in Egypt, Mexico, Greece, Israel, and Turkey and to relevant museum and library holdings across Mexico, Europe, and America. He currently edits academic journals in the fields of history and literature for Oxford University Press.
Author’s Website:   http://sccompton.com

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