THE JOURNEY |Tracking Your Package

THE JOURNEY |Tracking Your Package

           The greatest event in the life of a person is the new birth experience that transforms them into a Believer. It is that experience that changes everything in your life. Nothing remains the same. Actually, the Lord had ordained that day, and the enemy was fighting against you over time because he did not want to lose you to… Read more →

INTERVIEW | M. Ann Ricks, author of The Shift

INTERVIEW | M. Ann Ricks, author of The Shift

Tell us about yourself. I’m M. Ann Ricks, a woman redeemed and set free by the life-giving and life-changing blood of Jesus Christ. I’m a wife, mother, Christian Fiction novelist and “Godspirational” speaker, endeavoring to live for Christ ON PURPOSE as a literary vessel, providing Christian literature that will not only entertain but encourage, enlighten, emancipate and prayerfully restore! How… Read more →

Graceful Gabby

INTERVIEW | Crystal Marable, author of Graceful Gabby

Crystal, tell us about yourself. I am a mother of two and a first time children’s book author of Graceful Gabby Finds Love In Blue. I am a warm spirit who enjoys reading, mentoring girls, crafting, writing and photography. I also enjoy spending quality time with my family hosting family gatherings and watching movies. How do you find time to… Read more →

sonja lewis

Sonja Lewis | Storytellers Winter Book Tour @SonjaLewis @EDC1Creations

This is the third week of our “Authors To Love” feature. Today, we’re introducing you to another powerful author we hope you will grow to love. This expat writer from London recently released her second novel, The Blindsided Prophet. This feature was is apart of the EDC Creations Storytellers Winter Book Tour.  To learn more about all the authors on tour,… Read more →

INTERVIEW | Yejide Kilanko, author of Daughters Who Walk This Path

INTERVIEW | Yejide Kilanko, author of Daughters Who Walk This Path

Yejide, tell us about yourself. I was born in Ibadan, a sprawling university city in south-western Nigeria. My initial plan was to become a lawyer, so my first Bachelors degree was in Political Science. In the year 2000, after my big, loud, African wedding, I joined my husband in Laurel, Maryland and stayed home to raise our children. We moved… Read more →