Good Monday Morning!
I hope everyone had a safe and enjoyable time as our nation celebrated the Thanksgiving holiday and the annual Christmas sales rush. The kitties and I had a very quiet, and low-key day. It was necessary and beneficial.
This week I continue on talking about forgiveness.
I hope this new note, Forgiving Bridget, motivates you like it is motivating me.
Read it here: http://ow.ly/gPbw30gPO0d
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When Philly-born playboy, Jason White, discovers a devastating family secret about the identity of his biological father, he launches into an angry quest to find and confront the man. A lengthy investigation into his father, a prominent pastor of a large church in North Carolina, spurs a quick, covert, out-of-town visit to the pastor's church on Easter Sunday.
In Raleigh, North Carolina, there are two prominent pastors claiming to be doing the work of the Lord in the city. which of them is Jason White's biological father? Maybe it is the greedy, conniving, lecherous Bishop Quincy Stewart whose too worn-out wife is ready to air he family's dirty laundry. Or, maybe it is the perfect and almost too honorable Bishop James Collins, a man of God with good intentions, who becomes shrouded in a dark cloud of secrecy.
The dynamic culmination of these intersecting stories reveals the lust and deceit circulating in two of the most revered families in North Carolina. But the question remains: Will Jason follow through on his desire to destroy the man he believes left him alone and in poverty?
Hidden in Plain Sight has been called a riveting, must-read garnering an average of 4.9/5 STARS on both Amazon and Goodreads.
Repost from @iamhaizehawkerosen
A woman in knowledge of her power , confident in her wisdom to provide for her family and supported by non-competitive, catty sisters, will always show up. She will be fierce in loyalty and always courageous in love. No one she knows will do without.