Being Extraordinary Together… Or Not?

One of the things I loved about #BlackPanther was the strength of the women. Their strength wasn’t out of anger or bitterness but the passion behind their purpose. It’s the same strength the heroine’s in all of my stories posses. The main characters, male & female are always about their business. Either in entertainment, sports or entrepreneurship.

Just like I and my husband are building our entertainment business together in real life. I like my couples to help each other excel in their individual passions/ businesses/ministry or careers.

In my latest novel To Live Again this was also the case. You’ll meet Osaro Ikimi who is majority owner of RoMac Technologies LLC and Itohan Adolo who runs her own photography business, Hans Shots and also substitutes as a second grade teacher.

When you’re in a relationship for the long haul, one of the vital keys of success is to contribute to each other’s happiness. Notice I didn’t say make each other happy. Why? Because, no one should be responsible for your happiness but you. However when you get into a relationship that’s going to be long lasting,  it’s your job to help your partner achieve his or her life dreams and goals.

Your dreams and goals are part of your individuality and maintaining that in partnership is vital. A real king or queen will give their partner room to love them and pursue their passion/purpose at the same time. The goal is to be extraordinary together.


What happens when Itohan quest for revenge and Osaro’s goals go head to head? Find out in To Live Again

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It’s Release Day

Hey there! It’s release day. My tenth book is now available!!

To Live Again: An Invisible Shackles Novel

The devastation of Itohan Adolo’s tragic love story fuels her anger at the world and distance from her faith. That is until Osaro Ikimi comes along. Although he wasn’t looking for love, he wasn’t one to let an opportunity pass him by.
Just when the couple tries to give love a chance, the opportunity for revenge against her ex falls in Itohan’s lap. Unable to let the opportunity go, she sets a plan in motion. However, the satisfaction she feels is short lived when she discovers that the plan will also destroy the new love she’s just realized she can’t live without.
Love isn’t supposed to keep records of wrong but that’s easier said than done. Will they lean on their faith to heal the damage or are somethings just beyond repair?

Will the roar of his love be loud enough to silence her demons and teacher To Live Again


Pick you copy, read & review. Oder here

Daalu nu

Peace & Blessings



Tell Me Your Name

Hey there! Happy Friyay! Here is another look inside TO LIVE AGAIN. Release day March16. Enjoy!

She took in a breath. “I apologize for losing my cool there, but I didn’t like your assumption.”

“It’s not fun, is it?” He raised his thick eyebrow.

“Excuse me?” She furrowed her brows.

He chuckled. “Why do you keep excusing yourself? I’m pretty sure you heard me the first time.”

Itohan ignored him and picked up Eseosa’s file.

“It’s no fun when people assume things about you, now is it?”

She got his meaning and lowered her head. He was talking about the incident in the restaurant. She’d hoped he didn’t bring that up.

“Look, Mr. Ik—”



“Osaro, my name is Osaro.”


“Don’t I deserve the pleasure of knowing your name?”

“Ms. Adolo.” She opened the red folder in front of her.

“You’re Ms. Adolo to your students. What’s your first name? Unless you want to teach me some things…”

#OhItsLikeThat #Romance #Faith #LoveFromTheDiaspora

Coming March 16…Available for Pre-Order

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That Thing Called Pride…

How dare they? Me? Me? Do you they not know who I am?

Those are the immediate thoughts that run through the most righteous mind when wronged. Depending on the atrocity of the other, a plan for revenge begins to build. They did this to me? Ok I will show them.

“How dare he return me like a cheap bag of potatoes? Me? Any you want me to overlook that? You tell me to thank God I dodged a bullet? Thank Him for what? A broken heart, a wounded pride? A disgraced family? Well, I have nothing to be thankful for.”~ Itohan

Those are the words of the heroine, Itohan Adolo, in To Live Again. In the heat of the moment she bares her soul in a heart wrenching rant. Is she able to control the actions that follow or will she be plunged into a web revenge so tangled that she asks the question…was it worth it?

Pride deceives and is rooted in the arrogance to believe that we have control over our future. Thereby elevating us to a god-like status.

Here are some ways we can overcome prideful thoughts that can often lead us to trouble if it festers.

  1. Repent & turn the opposite direction

2. Meditate on the word of God and trust in His Sovereignty.

3. Sit in the lowly seat & learn the benefits of humility.

Find out what happens to Itohan & her prideful quest for revenge. Will she heed the advice of others or get to the place of no return.

Pre order your Kindle copy here

I am doing a giveaway for the paperback autographed copies as well Check it out below and order here

Peace & Blessings


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