Crown Holders Conversations Day 11
Crown Holders Transmedia is the parent company of EDC Creations Media Group, the Sankofa Literary Society, the Black Authors Network Radio Show and Black Pearls Magazine. The Sankofa Literary Society empowers independent and/or self-published authors through mentoring programs. The popular BAN radio program offers new authors a chance to showcase their books to thousands of international readers weekly. Black Pearls Magazine, is an online literary destination for thousands bookclubs and social network fans around the globe.
Friday Night May 15, 2020
Featured Authors and Books
8:00 pm - Sheryl's Latest Book Releases
* Never Letting Go: Carnivale Chronicles by Sheryl Lister
* Love's Sweet Kiss by Sheryl Lister(Book 1- Sassy Seasoned Sisters Series)
* Her Passionate Promise: A Novella by Sheryl Lister (Women of Park Manor Series)
* Embracing Ever After by Sheryl Lister (Book 1 - Once Upon A Baby Series)
8:30 pm - Contempt: Lies, Deceit and the Miracles by Becky DeWitt
About the Contempt 3-Book Series
The Contempt Series including sequels Reasons and Sabotage, is a maze of mystery with twists and turns that will keep the readers on the edge. The character connections involve murder, suicide, deception, deliverance and salvation. The series is filled with the questions who, what, when, where and how. All three are available on Kindle.
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Author Discussing the Lucy Mason Series
Letrise Carter holds a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and a Master’s degree in Financials Management & Accounting. Letrise works in corporate America by day as a Fund Manager while building her small business as CEO of Sistah’s Place & Sistah’s...
New authors Mbinguni and Carol E. Massey will read from their books and discuss their journey to publication.
Looking for Hope by Mbinguni
Birth Days by Carol E. Massey
Mbinguni is a natural storyteller. An avid reader, she began composing her own narratives as a small child in...
I watched in awe as Miz Rosa stopped those men on the bus with her clear, calm “no” and I thought about that word. What if I said no? What if I refused to follow the path these White folks wanted for us? What if I kept this precious baby?
Montgomery, Alabama, 1955
On a cold December evening,...