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Week of February 4, 2013

Here are some HOT new book titles that your customers won't want to miss!

1615796142.jpg (10308 bytes)My #1 Is Still My #1 by Bernice Bright Dickey

Grief is a hard subject to talk about and many don’t know how to help the bereaved. I have created a resource in my book, My #1 Is Still My #1!, that will teach family and friends how to help their loved ones navigate through the tremendous pain that we all go through when we experience death. God is the Ultimate Life Coach and He transformed my tragic story for His Glory in this inspirational story of triumph over tragedy!

I had lost my husband and oldest daughter in an automobile accident several years earlier and had kept a journal of my feelings and thoughts as I endured the pain of losing half my family at one time. It was therapeutic for me at the time and proved invaluable when I began the process of writing on how to come through grief after being broken hearted.

By the time I finished writing, I had a book on grief and loss that couldn’t be found on any bookshelf! Although there are books out there on grief recovery, there isn’t one for people who have suffered multiple losses at the same time or within a short period of time. God coached me through my painful experience to be able to go back to help those who are stuck in their grief and show them the way out.

Please call 832.361.2304 to book her for speaking engagements, workshops or book signing or fill out the contact information on her website at
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My #1 Is Still My #1 can be ordered through the following sources:

Distributor                                           Publisher
Ingram                                                  Xulon Press
(800) 395-7234                                      (866) 909-2665

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My Sister's Veil by K. C. Marshall

Witness the strength and courage of three phenomenal black women facing tragic loss and insurmountable odds.

My Sister’s Veil takes an entertaining yet realistic look into the root of the self hatred, self destruction, and self medication among African Americans.

My Sister’s Veil unfolds through the harsh, ironic love and life lessons of three young African American women, at the mercy of their perilous ghetto streets. Their only saving grace is a gifted veil, which teaches them each a revealing lesson about their community and their circumstances.

Abandoned by her alcoholic mother, at a young age, Tina Douglas searches for real love in all the wrong places. When she meets with scorn and prejudice in her neighborhood, she finds her true power in a life altering lesson from the veil. She overturns the hatred and administers a healing dose of medication to her community.

When Terri McDaniels suddenly falls from her position of affluence and privilege, she lands in the arms of C.J, a well known street and drug hustler. As she struggles to fit into his world, she comes face to face with the black genocide among African American men. Unable to escape the violence, her lesson from the veil helps her to aide in the wealth and unity of her new neighborhood.

Toni Patterson’s fast life of expensive cars, clothes and jewels leaves her unfulfilled and lonely. She steps out of her comfort zone when her lesson from the veil teaches her that true healing comes from uniting broken families.

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