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Kingdom Cliques – Full Synopsis

Coming Soon! Anticipated Release Date: December 2019.   Kingdom Cliques is a novel that spotlights a pastor and the manner in which he and his team work together to advance the plans of God, dispel cliques, and cultivate healthy relationships.

Synopsis: Calvary Way Ministries is working toward achieving their ministerial goals.  From teaching Christian principles to humanitarian efforts that reach the masses, Calvary Way Ministries is growing and moving in the right direction.  With an exceptional team of leaders, focused on advancing the vision of the ministry, strategic efforts are regularly employed to ensure membership growth, spiritual maturation, and financial stewardship.  However, somewhere along the lines, church cliques have developed, competition exists among leaders, and operations sometimes border on unethical.  Pastor Hall is very much aware of the problems in the church and conducts regular meetings with his team to ensure the focus returns to where it should be.  However, he cannot do this alone!  Each and every team leader must work together as a unit, supporting a common goal to advance the Kingdom for God. Will Pastor Hall and his ministerial team maintain a standard pleasing to Father God as they work to accomplish the goals of the church?  Kingdom Cliques speaks to the climate and culture of the church as it relates to setting the standard and cultivating healthy relationships.
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The Search for Catherine

As a former foster child, I began to journal at sixteen years of age. Initially, my writings began as poetry. ‘Black Butterfly: The Journey, the Victory,’ is that collection of poetry. Although, the poetry in this book is a representation of life experiences in foster care, it became important to share the foster care journey in fiction novels, based on true stories. Babygirl, Prequel to the Search for Catherine, is Book One of that journey. Book Two is ‘The Search for Catherine,’ a new release. The series ends with the poetry book, ‘Black Butterfly: The Journey – The Victory’.

Oftentimes, foster children, whether currently in foster care or aging out, have stories that need to be told; stories that are not only beneficial to the foster child, but beneficial to other foster children who may find it difficult to articulate their experiences. The ‘Black Butterfly Collection,’ speaks to a family in foster care and the search for their mother during and after foster care. This series is currently available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and other online bookstores in both paperback and eBook formats. While names, locales, and events have been changed to protect the privacy of individuals represented, this series is based on true stories!

Goodreads’ Book Giveaway

BABYGIRL: Prequel to the Search for Catherine
by Lorna Jackie Wilson
Released September 10, 2018
This giveaway starts on October 5, 2018 and ends October 18, 2018

CLICK HERE TO ENTER THE GIVEAWAY!

The synopsis follows:

In 1977, siblings Tina, Michelle, and Leon Hilton live with their mother, Catherine, in Detroit. Although times are tough, Catherine does the best she can with the support of her mother-and in spite of the abuse she receives from her boyfriend, Victor. When eleven-year-old Michelle is accidentally injured, a caseworker from Child Protective Services (CPS) visits the family. Later, Victor’s drug stash is found in their house, and soon the three siblings are taken from their mother and placed into separate foster homes. Over the next several months, Michelle experiences a number of foster homes that lead her to question and challenge the lifestyle and sense of identity that she has experienced so far, significantly affecting her self-esteem, purpose, and well-being. Meanwhile, Catherine works to put her life back together and win back custody of her children. This is the story of a family dealing with physical and emotional abuse, substance addiction, and the foster care system as one girl grows to young adulthood in the face of unusual odds.

Press Release: Babygirl (Prequel to the Search for Catherine)

PRESS RELEASE DATE: September 10, 2018

Babygirl: The Search for Catherine was released September 10, 2018. This is the story of a family dealing with physical and emotional abuse, substance addiction, and the foster care system as one girl grows to young adulthood in the face of unusual odds.
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Synopsis: In 1977, siblings Tina, Michelle, and Leon Hilton live with their mother, Catherine, in Detroit. Although times are tough, Catherine does the best she can with the support of her mother, and in spite of the abuse she receives from her boyfriend, Victor. When eleven-year-old Michelle is accidentally injured, a caseworker from Child Protective Services (CPS) visits the family. Later, Victor’s drug stash is found in their house, and soon the three siblings are taken from their mother, and placed into separate foster homes. Over the next several months, Michelle experiences a number of foster homes that lead her to question and challenge the lifestyle and sense of identity that she has experienced so far, significantly affecting her self-esteem, purpose, and well-being. Meanwhile, Catherine works to put her life back together and win back custody of her children. This is the story of a family dealing with physical and emotional abuse, substance addiction, and the foster care system as one girl grows to young adulthood in the face of unusual odds.

 

What you don’t know CAN hurt you!

Have you ever heard of the saying, “What you don’t know can’t hurt you?”  Well, this couldn’t be further from the truth.  If you find yourself in an abusive situation or any situation that violates your personal space, seek shelter and assistance.  As a former foster child, resources were not made available to me nor did I know they existed.   What you don’t know, CAN hurt you!  If you live in the United States, there are 24 hour shelters, counselors, free food, medical assistance, and more.  If you live in a country outside of the United States, contact your local law enforcement agency or human services department.  Your life has value and you have rights!  Don’t spend one more day giving anyone power to take something that doesn’t belong to them.  Take your life back!  Embrace hope and peace of mind!

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