Three generations of mothers and daughters take center stage in this novel of depth and humor spotlighting the power of music and the tug between ethnic loyalty and global consciousness.
Samantha’s second year of college started with heartbreak and betrayal. Lost, lonely, and robbed of all joy, she’d completely given up on ever finding love again when a chance encounter put her in contact with the man who would change her life. Tony never believed in love at first sight – until he laid eyes […]
2011 Global eBook Award Winner Written by Kristen Zajac Illustrated by Julie Tucker Emma comes from three generations of Air Force pilots and misses her father when he travels. Her best friend Adam tries to cheer her up. Emma’s great grandfather, one of the first African American pilots during World […]
Set in the British Isles during the Bronze Age, When Women Were Warriors tells the story of Tamras, a young woman of the warrior class. Her small stature causes many, including Tamras herself, to doubt that she will ever become a competent swordswoman, but as often happens with heroes, Tamras’s path diverges from the path […]
People who date interracially are often called traitors to their own kind. Self-haters. Sellouts. Loan Officer Tammy McDonald has just come out of another failed relationship with a wannabe thug. To break this destructive pattern, she leaves her home city of Dallas for San Diego. As she settles in rainbow California, fantasies of meeting an […]