We are in a new month! Wow time sure does fly when you are having fun.
I really enjoyed bringing you this series but alas we’re are almost at the end of this series. We are closing out the fiction reads with a look at my first novel. An Unexpected Blessing. Alex Montgomery & Feramni Adewunmi started it all. Oh I love them so 🙂
In An Unexpected Blessing, we are introduced to Fera, a successful young lady in her own right however her one crime was that she wasn’t married yet. Her parents didn’t feel her accomplishments were worth anything without having the title Mrs. infront of her name. With her parents threatening an arranged marriage and their impending USA visit, Feranmi decides to take matters into her own hand.
In walks Alex and old flame. Feranmi tries to part her own Red Seas and spins a web of deceit with Alex as a participant. However God made her see that His ways are not her ways.
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Happy Friday! Or should I say Fri-yay! As always let’s give thanks to God for letting us see another weekend. As you know it is time for another edition of Hope & My Fiction.
Today I’ll be introducing you to Ayanti better known as Yanni (an embattled pop star) & Pastor Mensah. Did you catch that? A Pastor and a pop star. I didn’t say gospel artist, I said pop star and an embattled one at that.
I came up with Ayanti and Mensah’s story while driving home one day. I was listening to a sermon on Queen Esther. Her initial hesitation to do what Mordacai was asking her to do caught my attention. When God elevates us, we sometimes tend to forget Him later on. The story went through many edits but the gist of the story remained the same. Ayanti was a PK(Preacher’s Kids) that turned her back on God. She thought she had a valid reason but did she? Once her trials and storms began to rage, she lost all hope. That was until she met Pastor Mensah.
Find out how this couple were able to push through public opinion and their own hiccups to come out on top in the end.
He Changed My Name is available in Print & Ebook on all major platforms.
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We made it to the end of another week and it’s time for another episode of Hope & My Fiction.
Today I have the pleasure of introducing you to the Dikes. Amara & Ejike Dike are the first married couple I wrote about and boy let me tell you, they are my award winning couple and reader favorite. Their story however almost didn’t get written. You see I almost listened to the surveys and veteran writer opinions advice that said “married couple books” don’t really sell as romance. Being a new writer then I almost took that advice but I’m so glad I didn’t. If you are a new writer out there reading this, my advice to you is to research your market but be faithful to your convictions and God and write what is in your heart to write.
The Dikes were the loving, Christian couple who had everything, except the one thing they desired. As they held on to hope believing that God wold come through for them, they are met with a bombshell that would rock the very foundation if their existence. At a point everything around Amara looked hopeless. Ejike wallowed in despair as his marriage slowly slipped out of his fingers. Just when they thought it was all over,the Lord Almighty intervened in ways only He can.
When You Let Go is available in Print & Ebook on all major platforms.
Missed this last week. My bad, I’ve been really on the go but we are back.
This week in hope & my fiction, I want to focus on the Rices. In The Christmas Ultimatum, Olanma & Abayomi were brought together and fell in love fast. Theirs was a story of a whirlwind romance in spite of a rocky beginning. They later went on to have a fairytale wedding. One you would expect rich young people with wealthy backgrounds to have. However, we met them again five years later in The Final Ultimatum and they are not so happy. Apparently the romance and big weddings are all they are good at. The marriage,not so much.
What happens when the love they shared goes oh so bad? Olanma was convinced love was the devil. Will Abayomi be able to prove her wrong? After a whirlwind romance and a fairytale wedding, the Rices are having a hard time having a happy marriage.
On a trip to SA to give it one last go, they are met with dangerous situation that has the whole family bonded in prayer for safety.
Love, betrayals, sacrifice and redemption all wrapped into a delightful tale. The Rices have all but given up on a favorable end for their marriage until they surrendered to the Author and Finisher of their faith.
You can find The Ultimatum Series on all major online bookstores and in print.
Pick up both books and take a trip to South Africa for less than $7 🙂