Archives for the ‘Author of the Week’ Category

On the ‘Net with Author Jeannie Eneh

By • Mar 8th, 2013 • Category: Author of the Week

Jeannie Eneh is a newly published author who really enjoys going outside of her own imagination and being creative. Writing allows her escape to another world and experience the illusions of her characters.



Virtual Book Tour for Author Wanda B. Campbell

By • Feb 22nd, 2013 • Category: Author of the Week

Wanda B. Campbell began writing in 2005 and to date has seven published award-winning Christian Fiction novels. She enjoys writing “edgy” stories about imperfect people and using relationships to show forgiveness and restoration.



Virtual Book Tour for Author Tracey Lewis Giggett

By • Feb 15th, 2013 • Category: Author of the Week

Tracey Lewis Giggett is a wife, mother, writer, editor, educator, entrepreneur, and with every one of those hats, in every role, she is a servant of God. As a writer, she is compelled to write stories with characters that are identifiable to the reader. Either you know her characters, understand her characters, or are her characters.



Virtual Book Tour for Author Shenette Jones

By • Jan 11th, 2013 • Category: Author of the Week

Shenette Jones is a creative collaboration of the arts. She teaches hip hop dance, writes poetry and performs spoken word. She is a recording artist performing jazz blues and even hip hop locally throughout her great city of Raleigh NC and she loves doing speaking engagements.



On the ‘Net with Author Alicia Singleton

By • Apr 13th, 2012 • Category: Author of the Week

Alicia Singleton is a wife, mother, business owner, retired registered nurse, lover of any sentence containing the words travel or road trip, consummate optimist; that pretty much sums her up.



On the ‘Net with Author Carolyn Moncel

By • Mar 6th, 2012 • Category: Author of the Week

We are a family of expatriates! We moved overseas from Chicago, my hometown in 2002 and for exactly five years, I got to be “An American in Paris.” When my husband accepted a job offer in Paris, I packed up my two daughters (ages 5 and 2 weeks at the time), my business, a dog and a cat and joined him!



On the ‘ Net with Author Cheryl Robinson

By • Feb 14th, 2012 • Category: Author of the Week

Cheryl Robinson’s passion for writing was sparked while taking a fiction writing course as a college elective. She began her literary career by self-publishing two novels before acquiring a literary agent and then a publishing deal. Cheryl enjoys writing novels where women embark on a new beginning.



On the ‘Net with Author Jeannie Eneh

By • Oct 17th, 2011 • Category: Author of the Week

Jeannie Eneh is the author of “Color Me Black”, her first published novel. She says she’s really blessed to have a creative imagination. Eneh graduated from Booker T. Washington School of the Performing Arts in Dallas and credits their Theatre Arts Program for exposing her to various forms of being a writer.



On the ‘Net with Author Winkk

By • Oct 11th, 2011 • Category: Author of the Week

Winkk wife, mother, entrepreneur and the author of the novels Misleading, Tour Secrets and Tour Secrets 2. She finds writing to be exciting and very therapeutic. She writes because it’s her passion and she wants to entertain readers with words. She says that being a Pisces brings out her passionate and sensitive sides.



On the ‘Net with Author Connie Briscoe

By • Jul 15th, 2011 • Category: Author of the Week

Connie Briscoe is the author of seven novels, one novella, and one nonfiction book published. Her first novel, Sisters and Lovers, sold more than 100,000 hardcover copies and about 500,000 copies in paperback. She still pinchs herself about that.