Imani Wisdom's brainchild -- Pink Noire Publications -- has been known for her unpredictable style of storytelling. Now its founder is expanding the "pink and black" brand to shine on prolific artists. From the inspirationalist, Danica Worthy to bestselling author, Stacy Deanne, Pink Noire understand these talented individuals know how to express their craft through words, song, dance, and stroke of a brush.

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Phoenix Williams, Where Have You Been All of My Life?

No, seriously! 

Where in the heck has this author been?

Phoenix Williams has tapped everything weird thing I read and write: the paranormal, fantasy, romance, anime, and my personal favorite, nail-biting endings.

This novella was so good, that I had to take small breaks to compose myself because of the story's intensity.

But what I loved most about this book, besides purr-fect Alonzo, fearful Daniel, the wise women, or the adoring main character 's teacher, was Adara herself. I love any story featuring a strong woman that actually bends. It's realistic and rings true for millions of women.

Also, if seven stars could exist, I would give it to Williams because it's well-written, well-paced, and the development of her characters are phenomenal!

Ms. Williams, you have a new reader. Anything she writes, I will buy from now on!

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This Is Not Your Average Church Lady Read!

I love God. I'm a woman. I'm deeply spiritual. And, I'm human. These were my initial thoughts as I read Jenna Johnson's "Sins of the Flesh".

This short story began with a curious woman named, Lily. She was beautiful, devout, and yet felt a rage of guilt because of her love for God and his Word.

Now, since the story is short, I won't go into further details of whom she meets, and why, without giving any spoilers. But I will say, there's a "Lily" in all of us. We want to do and live right through our religious values, and yet, there comes a time when our journeys steer us in unexpected directions - sometimes for good and sometimes not so good. Yet, through it all, we lived and learned through challenges and temptations.

This book may not be for everyone. And some probably won't get the premise of the story without questioning the author's intentions.

However, as a writer myself, I respect innovative minds that goes against the status quo and understands the complexities of an imperfect life.

I give Johnson's book 4.8 stars, which I'll round it to a solid five because this story deserves some praise.

No, wait. I didn't mean to phrase that way.

I meant: This book deserves A LOT of praise!

No pun intended, of course.

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