Hey y’all. Just wanted to let you know, the Sons of Ishmael series in now Free in Kindle Unlimited. What does this mean? It means you can no longer read the series on any platform except Amazon. Also if you are a KU member you can read the series free! I heard there’s currently a sale on membership going on now…just $0.99!!!
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.
A Scoop of Love (Book 1): 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?
Anchored By Love (Book 2): 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.
Mended With Love (Book 3) : A mix up in seating arrangements, bring these Kamal and Ebele together. An injury and a father’s rejection force them to deal with the pain and insecurities their complicated pasts have created. Will they make it past the unmasking to get to their happily ever?
Making one last attempt to fix their marriage, the Rices journey to South Africa. Just when things started to look up, mayhem strikes. Will they ever be able to get it together? http://bit.ly/FinalUltimatum
REDEEMED THROUGH LOVE is a powerful story, and I highly recommend it. In a previous review of Book 3, MENDED WITH LOVE, I stated that it was my favorite story of the series. Well, REDEEMED THROUGH LOVE has bumped that story to number two. I also recommend the other stories of the Danjumas, A SCOOP OF LOVE, ANCHORED By LOVE, and MENDED WITH LOVE.
Hey there! I got back my edits for a Promise Fulfilled and I’m comfortable enough to put it up for pre-order. There isn’t a lot to clean up at all. As at the time of this blog post, I’m 95% done. Yay! This has been quite a busy year for me.
My editor LOVES the story. Couldn’t stop gushing about the new family. One thing I have learned from tackling this new part of Africa…the northern part, Morocco… is the prejudices people in this modern time still hold about certain people/places. Or maybe prejudice isn’t the word…stereotype. The late Chinua Achebe had this to say about stereotypes.
“The whole idea of a stereotype is to simplify. Instead of going through the problem of all this great diversity – that it’s this or maybe that – you have just one large statement; it is this.”
Just because a country is predominantly Muslim, doesn’t mean there isn’t a sizable Christian population. We no longer live in a time of absolutes, the world is getting smaller and cultures are mixing. Ok. I’m getting off my soap box.
Enjoy the teaser and head to Amazon to preorder your copy. Out Dec 6th. Preorder price is $2.99 after the 6th, it goes up to $3.99
A famous music producer. A second chance love. And the small town where it all began. For Yasmine, Christmas isn’t worth celebrating. She has to leave. Once she finds out Kojo is coming to town, her resolve to be on the next thing out of town is cemented. If only her grandmother would let her be great. Preorder now http://bit.ly/AProFulfilled