The Garden of Genesys Series: Vol. I

A Novel of Faith, Hope, Love, and Healing Without Wounds or Band-Aids

Doctors consider wounds chronic if they have not healed significantly in weeks. If left untreated, chronic wounds may develop into more severe complications. The same comparison can be made with a love affair that has gone sour. Many of us have experienced the ups and downs of love.


Subsequently, we may have bruises and wounds of the heart that we have sustained along the way. Bruises and wounds heal, leaving a scar.  Indicative signs of our encounters from falling in and out of love are the band-aids, bruises, and wounds that we carry around with us, oftentimes years later. Many scars are inconsequential. We may try to cover our hurts and scars by hiding them with band-aids and plastering smiles upon our faces. Some “love” scars can be quite deforming and disfiguring; they can distort the heart and become life-altering. Sometimes it may even affect one’s ability to trust falling in love again.


 The heroine in this novel, Genesys Mills, or Gen for short, enters a self-discovery that her hobby of gardening evolves into something more meaningful, and ultimately, it is more than just a backyard of beauty. It is lifesaving. Gen comes to realize the correlation between spending time in her garden and spending time with God are both necessities for her healing. How will she be able to get through heartache without permanent scarring? Can emotional hurts heal without leaving wounds? Can your soul be restored without harboring bitterness or applying emotional band-aids? Each page is filled with intrigue and suspense as readers embark upon a season of love and discovery for Genesys Mills.

Tre and TJ In The Mix: Turn Up Your Brain Power

This fictional book features how students identify and activate their respective learning styles with the help of their super cool teacher, AJ-the-DJ, who explores new ways of teaching. Additionally, it highlights Dr. Howard Gardner, professor of education at Harvard University theory of multiple intelligences. Included in the book is a learning style chart, and a writing template for learners to compose their own writing piece. Students are in the mix or actively engaged when they “swag out” to their learning fix or learning styles in the classroom to help them meet or master learning standards and achieve their learning targets. When students are actively engaged this helps them to obtain brain power in the classroom.

A Rainbow Across St. Louis Skies

A Rainbow Across St. Louis Skies is set against the inner city backdrop of St. Louis, Cynthia C. Boone is a single mom with five children. Cynthia leads her family in their drama-filled journey in her impoverished neighborhood and the various societal ills many families face living in the inner city. Each person has an assigned color association creating Cynthia’s colorful Rainbow family. A fast moving character-enriched narrative with subtle commentary about the pitfalls of living in a low income, impoverished neighborhood. Cynthia charts her journey towards self-efficacy and self-worth. At its heart is the perseverance of a mother’s love and the ever present hope of promise.

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