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Breaking Dawn

This collection of poetry was written over the last twenty-five years of Rev. Cordell Sloan’s life. Still, his voice and the themes embodied are ageless. Each poem is a window that gives a glimpse into his heart, his soul, and the depth of his faith.

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Its Not Over

Fresh back from her youngest daughter’s destination wedding in the Bahamas, Evelyn Winters is ready to celebrate her 50th birthday and get her life back. Finally it was her time to start living for herself instead of Nelson and the girls.

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There is a propensity to look at changes in the United States over a century, the period of 100 years. So keeping with the trend I’ll focus on the last 100 years, beginning with the year 1909, the year the NAACP was formed, and when my alma mater Tennessee State A& I was founded

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72 Steps

You can never foresee the trials or tragedies taht will challenge you in this life but I have to say that the loss of a child has to be the worst of them. It’s unimaginable, unfathomable, and unbearable. 72 Steps is my experience.

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The Fortunes of Blues and Blessings

Described by many as the two faces of fortune, it is the blues and our blessings, one causing much heartbreak and the other providing immense joy.

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A New Season: The Fortunes of Blues and Blessings Book II

There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens:

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Searching for Ever Land

Go with Portia on her supernatural quest for healing and happiness, it’s dramatic, sexy, funny, and full of surprises.

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Always a Bridesmaid

Tia King knows she’s a “total package,” attractive, trustworthy, personable, a great cook, and educated, only one semester away from earning her Ph.D.

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Judge and Jury

Not again. Another unarmed young black teenager is murdered by a white shooter pleading self defense, this time in Philadelphia.

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Daniel, Luke, and John

The only thing Luke was sure of was that he didn’t want to be like his father, John. Raised on a one-way ghetto street in North Philly the odds weren’t in his favor.

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