Books

  • New Devotional for Sisters in Faith

    Readers familiar with the Sisters in Faith Devotional Bible will love the impending release of a new devotional that includes scriptures to encourage contemporary women on the go. God’s Wisdom for Sisters in Faith addresses the concerns of Christian women who are seeking God’s ...

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  • Good Hair Owner’s Manual

    “I often get stopped on the street by other black women. They tell me they love my hair and want to know who ‘does’ it. It always gives me great pleasure to tell them that I do it myself. And it gives me even more pleasure to refer them to CurlyNikki.com to find out how […]

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  • Radical

    “Why am I a radical? Because in order to live up to our promise as a nation, we cannot rest until we provide a quality education for all our children. If America is truly going to be the land of equal opportunity, we have to provide that opportunity to every single child, regardless of ...

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  • Grace, Gold & Glory: My Leap of Faith

    “Gymnastics is not my passion anymore. I want to get famous off of running track, or I want to try dancing, or become a singer. I can get a job at Chick-Fil-A in Virginia Beach… I just want to be a normal teenage kid. I am so homesick. I just want to come home.” – […]

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  • The Making of a Champion: Success Is an Inconvenience

    Joseph Taylor, who retired as head football coach at Florida A &M University in November, is currently doing a book tour to promote "The Making of a Champion: Success Is an Inconvenience," his autobiography. Taylor, the 15th coach at FAMU, had headed teams for 40 years. A native ...

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  • Hey Cabbie II! Showcases Baltimore Cab Driver’s Wisdom

    The best way for a curious stranger to find out about a city is to travel its streets and boulevards, in daylight, on public transportation. Public buses are cheap but noisy and full of distractions. But a wise and knowing cab driver can do more to tutor a newcomer than any other resource. ...

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  • Popsicle Goes to Church

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — Pre-schoolers and young children now have a new way to learn about faith, thanks to a book release by Connecticut-based writer Cristal Baker. Popsicle Goes to Church, is a storybook with faith and God at its heart. The book takes readers on a journey with a friendly ...

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  • Chronicle of a Black Woman’s Struggle

      “I project an outward appearance of success, confidence and strength. I am a successful author, a single mom… and a very vocal child and foster care advocate… [But] when I look in the mirror, the image that I see being reflected back at me is not that of a strong, ...

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  • What in the Hell Happened?

         “There is an illusion of marriage created by Hollywood… that only exists in the movies and on TV… All ‘housewives’ are not ‘desperate,’ and ‘How I Met Your Mother’ is seldom an accurate depiction of a Godly ...

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  • 19 Years Old & 19 Men Later

    “I wrote this book as a guide for young women so that they won’t make the same mistakes I’ve made… I really needed someone to step in and show me that I could be so much more… Because I have been in the bottom of the barrel… I thought to myself, ‘You ...

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  • Better Than Alright: Finding Peace, Love & Power

    “I can’t believe someone found my journey interesting enough to want to put it in a book…Being on display as an artist is never comfortable for me. Behind my songs and my words lies a very shy little girl who has become a strong woman. Luckily, there are people around me who ...

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