This is an interactive opportunity to get the best self love from a novel. Featuring 13 poems, 8 chapters, and 7 interactive activities, this book will keep you engaged!
Ms. Deas has learned to use the tests God gave her to push into success. She writes from a place of experience, as she dives into lessons she learned overcoming mean spirited people, homelessness, and domestic violence during her pregnancy. She writes, "I thought the only way I could survive was through anger. I stayed there for a while. I didn’t know how to love anyone, including myself, until I had a child. At that point, I had no choice. He saved me. Because of him, I learned to deal with myself. I learned to love myself in spite of my mistakes. We all have our issues, ways, and people we can’t let go. Just remember, it’s okay to be selfish with yourself. Writing this book was my selfish act of self love. Publishing it was all about you."
Hendrith Smith is a SunTrust Banker most known for his book 'The Wealth Reference Guide: An American Classic.' Hendrith earned his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Bethune-Cookman University, and lives in Northern Virginia in the Washington DC metropolitan area. From his experience in Banking, he has authored four books; The Wealth Reference Guide, Essays on Capitalism & The U.S. Economy, Essays on The Banking Industry, and The Pursuit of Happiness. He is the owner of Mayflower-Plymouth Capital LLC, a small real estate investment business based in Virginia.
Dean Hunter is a licensed real-estate broker and Manager of the Forbes Commercial Group, a commercial real estate firm specializing in investment sales. (ForbesCre.com)
Dean Hunter's experience includes hundreds of investment and leasing transactions. Dean has worked as an associate broker at three of the largest commercial real-estate companies in the country. Hunter specializes in helping multifamily owners sell while limiting tax liability and transitioning into net-lease properties. Hunter is also the publisher of Real Estate Agent Magazine and CRE Investor Magazine.
Kids Who Bank is a company founded on the belief that equal educational rights for all children should include a base in financial literacy.
Book Synopsis: It is the first day of summer break and all Ari and his friends can think and talk about is the new game console to be released in one month. At a price point of $550, their parents have refused to purchase it for them so the kids have taken it upon themselves to just earn the money on their own... In this first edition amongst the lessons, they start to learn are concepts like the barter system, depreciation, using one's skills to generate income and wants vs needs. Ages: 12-18
Note from the Author: Hello, Citizens of the planet earth. My name is Karl Lawrence, a.k.a. the infamous "Special K," and I am happy to report that I finally made it to see the age of 18, in a city where turning 18 is an accomplishment - the Bronx, New York.
I'd just like to let everyone of my readers know that I do not think of myself as being any better than anyone else. The blue blood that flows through my veins is common to all humankind, and I want out of life the same thing that any reasonable person would - life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. The only thing that I would say separates me from the average person is that whereas other suffer in silence, I take my suffering - along with the collective weight of my experiences, feelings, and thoughts - and unloaded it, rather transform it into words of fire and passion. And with these words that I bled, sweat, and cried onto these pages at the ripe tender age of 16, it is my sincere wish to service as many minds and hearts as I can with an uplifting message of inspiration and, most importantly, truth. For it it’s only the truth that was that shall set us all free, no matter how bitter a pill it may be to swallow.
Denise is a Chicago native. She now resides in Maryland, with her husband and two children, where she juggles her time raising her family and working alongside her husband. The unexpected diagnosis of cancer to her youngest son forced her to re-evaluate life. The blessing of her son's recovery and her family's survival through their journey inspired her to put into writing their story. She shares her experiences of fear, sadness, hope and understanding, in hopes of helping other families who may find themselves face to face with a cancer diagnosis.
Monique Howard was born and raised in Douglasville, GA. At a young age, she fell in love with reading, and it has continued to be one of her favorite activities. She graduated in 2014 from the University of West Georgia with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, and in 2017 she completed her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the same university.
She is currently working at New Vision Counseling Center in Douglasville, GA when she isn't busy penning novels. She believes that every book tells a story tells that somebody needs to read. She is currently working on her 14th book, with more to come.