Reckless Beginnings

Reckless Beginnings
Tammy Mellows wanted the American dream with the white picket fence but instead entered a nightmare where she found her life being dictated. Thrown into a life of drugs and violence, she became the silent and forgotten one who struggled to support her son.

Determined to win back her life she knows she must make many sacrifices and dig deep within herself to find the courage to take a stand and fight for her identity that what quickly taken from her. Her life DOES matter and only she can take it back.

This is book one in the Tammy Mellows Series. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Inspire Me: Raw

Free: Inspire Me: Raw
In INSPIRE ME: RAW, Sonia Lozada reveals the unspoken hidden moments, speaking courage and faith for all to move on. Traveling through the lands of her life from Chicago to Los Angeles, Lozada’s unique bi-cultural perspective captures incidents and images of rough terrain with honesty and wry acceptance. As a singer and performer, she moves her words through the body and soul; and by giving a glimpse into our spirits’ reconciliation with difficult days, her deft words lighten all our paths. Free on Kindle.

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Lost Child

Lost Child

Lost Child: A spellbinding tale of abandonment, rejection, and survival. A baby girl abandoned at birth was raised in an orphanage and sent to the mid-west on an orphan train where she was placed out as a farm laborer. Unwanted and unloved, she fought for survival in a lonely, abusive environment. A story of female triumph and perseverance. How did she survive? $0.99 on Kindle.

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God’s Messenger, The Astounding Achievements of Mother Cabrini

God’s Messenger, The Astounding Achievements of Mother Cabrini
Her passion became her reality.

Children were her life, and God’s messenger Mother Frances X. Cabrini dedicated her entire life to caring for poor Italian immigrants who sought refuge in the slums of New York City in the early 1890s.

A devout champion of education and proper health care for the poverty-stricken, Cabrini forged a path of survival for young children by building schools, orphanages, and hospitals—not only in the United States but also throughout Europe and Central and South America. With an acumen for business and a desire to help, Mother Cabrini chiseled away at a problem others refused to see.

Years after her death, Mother Cabrini was named Patron Saint of Immigrants because of her unwavering work for those who needed her. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Come Fly with Me

Free: Come Fly with Me

Kate is young, beautiful, and rich. Her world is about to change. From mansions in Emerald Bay, to hilltop villas in the Caribbean, this is a story of a woman learning to fly in a world where the sky’s the limit. When Kate faces a series of unexpected events, will she rise to the occasion? Free on Kindle.

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Through the Open Door

Through the Open Door

Boston 1880.

Through the Open Door meets the characters of Kitchen Canary seven years after the sudden death of Charles Brennan. His killer recounts the acts of violation and abuse leading to the murder and describes the final moments of Mr. Brennan’s life. When the doors of freedom opened, each of the victims followed their own path. Through the Open Door is a novel about immigrants and freed slaves who become a family bonded by their common sacrifices, and their first generation children who are sometimes accepting and other times rejecting of the guiding hands of their parents. $0.99 on Kindle
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