Black Butterfly Books will be featured on 6Foot3Radio.Org on June 5th, 7th, and 9th, 2021 at 3:00 PM EST. Phyllis Vaughan, a phenomenal radio personality, will host the event. Discussion will cover the origin of the Black Butterfly Series by Author Lorna Jackie Wilson. A spoken-word performance will be featured as well!. In addition, David N. Moore, Narrator/Voice Actor will contribute to the Black Butterfly Community Talk. Tune in to 6Foot3Radio.Org for this dynamic event on one of the aforementioned dates. You don’t want to miss it!
Season’s Greetings! The holiday season is upon us and books make excellent gifts! This holiday season, Black Butterfly Books LLC offers free shipping on all paperbacks and many of the books will be offered at discount; this includes my best-sellers: Kingdom Cliques and Black Butterfly. Also, my children’s books are fun-filled with full-color, high-quality illustrations. Happy Holidays! To order, click here: Book Catalog
Have you ever taken a closer look at the business world with consideration of the games people play to get ahead in the workplace? Game Changers: Power – Control – Deception takes readers inside the offices of Dynamic Digital Marketing (DDM), an organization that is highly competitive. This character-driven novel spotlights Carmen Fenton, a waitress at Greyton’s Grill. Carmen is also a student studying to earn a college degree in Marketing. With the laborious hours she spends as a waitress, she’s eager to graduate and start her career. Meanwhile, Ray Collins, an architect and lover of the arts finds Carmen quite beautiful. While there is mutual attraction, she wonders if she can handle the demands of school, work, and a new relationship. Upon graduation, she receives an internship with DDM. As she strives to learn the business, she is ill-prepared for what lies ahead.
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.
Black Butterfly is a compilation of poetry that speaks to the silence of loss, the fight for families, and the love for foster children. It is written from the perspective of a youth in crisis and is a reflection of a survivor’s foster care journey. Children, parents, social workers, teachers, and all those who find connection, will find Black Butterfly, a tumultuous journey of faith and hope!