In the wake of senseless killings of black men such as Trayvon Martin, Ahmaud Arbery, and George Floyd, is it possible to think that society will ever value the lives of black men?
In, Being A Black Man…It’s Harder than You Think, International Award-Winning Author, Toneal M. Jackson interviews 28 black men of various ages, professions, and geographical backgrounds to address the question, “what does it mean to be a black man in today’s society?” The notion is that understanding his reality, as he perceives it, will hopefully destroy stereotypical thinking and help strengthen relationships among the family and community.
Using over a decade of experience, International Award-Winning Author, Toneal M. Jackson provides tips to help authors succeed in the literary industry. It includes information on writing the book; getting it published (which incorporates a breakdown of traditional vs. self-publishing processes); marketing; promotion; sales; even knowing your rights! Every entrepreneur can benefit from this book.
If you want to learn how to succeed from someone who has already done it, and saves yourself a lot of money and frustration, then this book and journal set is a must buy!
The purpose of these 13-week interactive Prayer Devotional Journals is to lead you into a lifestyle of prayer by becoming more acquainted with God. They are designed to teach readers methods of prayer by providing a master scripture and prayer tip for the week, and incorporating an outlet for customized prayer requests in an effort to realize personal goals.
If you suffer from anxiety, are overtaken by worry, or struggle with stress, Praying Peace Over My Life will definitely help create the calm you’ve been looking for.
From infancy to adolescence, this book is designed to teach effective communication techniques that will help you better understand your child, and secure a lasting relationship.
This book discusses how becoming a master of communication will solve any problem you face. Whether personal or professional, discover effective communication techniques that can enhance your relationships.
For generations it seems, women have struggled to love themselves. Despite positive characteristics, traits, and contributions, we tend to dwell on our flaws and shortcomings. Many of us were raised by women who encouraged us to embrace our beauty, both inside and out, while ironically enough, they were also conflicted.
Learning to Love Me chronicles the personal experiences of 20 women, all with distinct backgrounds – age, race, social status and even geographic location. Regardless of those differences, the commonality that overwhelmingly unites them is the ability to overcome the obstacle that has at one point or another plagued us all. They have joined forces to share their journeys with the hope of encouraging readers to know that no matter the hardship, succeeding in life begins with self-love. After all, how can you truly love someone else unless and until you first love yourself?