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Friday GoodReads: Books, Movies & Chill

It’s the weekend so I know you are getting into some relaxation right? I got some great choices for you.

Go on an adventure with books and movies that weave deception, cultures, forgiveness and the intrigue of love for a journey that spans two continents and challenges the cornerstone of faith.

Books    Movies

Entertainment with a Purpose

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Be Blessed & Have a great weekend

Unoma

Friday Sneak Peek: The Danjumas

TGIF!

It’s the weekend of July 4. Happy Independence day everyone. For those of you going out of town, I wish you safe travels to and from your destinations. Be safe out there. While you are on the road or simply lounging around the house, I’d like to invite you to chill with the Danjuma’s from the Sons of Ishmael Series

Their lives took an unexpected turn when their father made a decision that molded their futures. Until they met the women who helped put their broken pieces back together.
In book 1, A Scoop of Love, heir to the Danjuma empire, Rasheed is forced to confront past hurts and deal with the head strong caterer, Ibiso who is determined to have him check his baggage at the door. Will their love stand a chance?
In book 2, Anchored By Love, One night took Jabir & Damisi back to the very beginning, where they are forced to face old scars. They thought they were done but neither was prepared for what fate had in store.
Available in Print/Kindle/Nook/Kobo. Just click here

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Have a safe weekend.

Be Blessed

Unoma

Friday Sneak Peek: The Final Ultimatum

TGIF!!

Have you read my 2013, Christmas novelette titled The Christmas Ultimatum? If you haven’t you can get it for $1.99 here It’s a really quick read. Well it introduces the characters of Olanma Obinze and Abayomi Rice. At the end of The Christmas Ultimatum, they were married. The Final Ultimatum would be my 7th book and it is a stand alone sequel and picks up five years later.

Synopsis:

Olanma and Abayomi Rice’s marriage is about to end in divorce. To please their families, they must pretend to be a happy couple one last time. Their farce leads to unexpected healing of their hearts, but then life throws another wrench in the plan. An ultimatum brought them together and now one threatens to tear them apart. Will this final one be the glue that keeps them committed to each other?

The Christmas Ultimatum (2)

I hope to release this in Sept/Oct and over the next couple of weeks I’ll be sharing the cover and leaving you with sneak peaks.

In the meantime, its the weekend. Whatchu reading? Have you read my latest release HE CHANGED MY NAME? You can get it here for $2.99

He broke down her walls without her even noticing. And when he rebuilt them, he added windows to let the sunshine in.

He broke down her walls without her evennoticing. And when he rebuilt them,he added windows to le tte sunshine in.

Have a great weekend.

Be Blessed

Unoma

Friday Sneak Peek: Molasses

Like I told you, I have been working behind the scenes. My next release will be a compilation of inspirational flashes and short stories.Coming July 15th

Synopsis:

Molasses is a compilation of inspirational flashes and short stories. It is a perfect introduction to Unoma Nwankwor’s heartwarming and riveting stories of love, forgiveness and redemption. Molasses brings you eight tales woven with faith, romance and the distinctive, spicy flavor of Africa. It also includes the never before published story, Full Circle. In Full Circle, we meet twins who are torn apart by betrayal but are forced to face their demons. But will it be too little too late?

Molasses

Final edits are being done know and I should be able to share a link soon.

In the meantime you can pick up one of my other titles…here

My ideal weekend is spent with a cup of coffee and a good book.

Have a great weekend.

Be Blessed

Unoma