Description : After She Said Yes is a Women's Fiction Novel about Aurora, a magazine editor in Madison, Wisconsin. She finds her way out of an abusive marriage after catching her husband, Gannon, doing something she could never forgive him for. Battling the wounds inflicted throughout her abusive marriage, she strives to find the strength to be an independent woman again. Aurora is confronted with a rekindled flirtation with her soon-to-be ex-husband's friend, Melih, a Turkish Muslim man. But will Aurora's previous marriage stand in the way? Finding surprising success after an article of hers goes viral, Aurora must make a choice. She tells herself to come to terms with the reality that a woman cannot have both a successful career and love. Will she pursue her long-awaited dream job, or choose a shot at love? Kaya was born and raised in Northern Wisconsin. In 2016, she moved to the Florida Panhandle, where she works as a marketing manager and freelance writer. Kaya has articles published in The Huffington Post, Yahoo News, and several other media outlets. She received a BA with a double major in Political Science and International Studies from the University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point, where she was the editor-in-chief for the diversity newsletter and campus blog. Kaya realized she loved to write stories when she was only twelve years old. She told her teacher she wanted to turn her story into a play, which was eventually acted out for the school. Kaya's love for writing and her life experiences led her to write this novel for the women speaking out against their abusers and for the women who still haven't. Though the novel is fiction, Kaya hopes this novel helps many women who are going through abusive relationships, PTSD, or eating disorders.
Description : The mother of one of the high school students killed in the Littleton shootings describes her daughter's religious faith.
Description : This is the author's, Thelma Cunningham's, 6th published book. This book is about the author's mom. the author tells what it was like growing up with her mom and the things her mom accomplished before leaving to go to heaven on that very memorable day. the author' talks about the family store the mom started, the family church the mom started and presided over and many more memorable events. the author shares joy memories, laughter memories, tearful, and much more. the author' has incorporated family member accounts in their own words too. This is a warm, entertaining read. the author has published 4 books of poetry with latest being this book is entitled Reflective Poetic Styles of Poetry 142 poems. This book reflects poetic pattern poetry such as Haiku, Metaphor, Simile, Prose, etc. the first book is entitled Wow Now That's Poetry, Read Me More 81 poems. Her second book of poems published is entitled Say It With Poetry Trumpet Poetry with 114 brand new written poems. Third book entitled Majestic Poetry Eloquent Poetry 140 new poems. the 1st three books are written not particularly in pattern poetry. But, they are intellectually composed as well as relatable. This first time author has also written and published the first and only of its kind Mommy Series fairy tale revolving around an adorable character named Lisa. Book title Lisa's Unforgettable Stories 7 stories in all. An 14 sequel story sequence soon to follow. She currently resides in Baltimore, Maryland in Baltimore County with her college sweetheart who is her husband of 11 years now, John Cunningham.
Description : The Pittsburgh Diamond NaKira is back this time living in Mexico with her husband AJ, twin sons, daughter and Right hand man Jeezy, she is up to her old tricks and has some new ones up her sleeve. Things have gone well for a little over six years, she became a wonderful wife and mother, then her husbands brother Mikah is released from a thirteen year sentence in jail, Mikah looks just like her husband but with long hair and rougher just how she prefers, she is attracted to him and he definitely wants her, AJ starts to get on her nerves and now shes only worse than you remember and gets herself into so much trouble.