New Book – Rules of Love by Shelia M Goss and more...


New Book – Rules of Love by Shelia M Goss

Dear Readers,

Some readers, after reading Secret Relations, wanted to know more about Jason. When I decided to do my new series, the Men in Hollywood, it was just befitting that Jason’s story jump start the series. Rules of Love is for you the fans. It’s hotter than anything I’ve ever written.

Rules of Love is now available for download. Click here to download.

This book is hot. Smoldering glances, smokin’ love scenes, flaring tempers, burning rubber outta town, and steamy makeup sex on a tropical island could cause flushed skin and rapid breathing. Don’t call 9-1-1.


What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas…unless it goes viral.

RULES OF LOVE by Shelia M. Goss 

Jason Lewis lives by one cardinal rule: never mix alcohol with business negotiations. But when he sets out to woo award-winning screenwriter Amber Simone to renew her contract with the management firm he represents, a glass or three is the only way to take the edge off their instant sexual tension.

Outgoing, flamboyant Jason is so not Amber’s type, but she can’t deny she enjoys his company, especially after the wine brings her out of her shell. Things get a little fuzzy after that, but she never expected to wake up beside him the next morning hungover, naked—and married.

A quick, quiet annulment is the next order of business. Until Tinseltown catches wind of their nuptials, putting them both in Amber’s least favorite place: the spotlight. They agree to wait for the glare to fade...

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Prince – I Will Always Love You


My heart aches knowing that our beloved Prince is no longer here with us. He touched so many people with his music. I’ve been a fan of Prince since I was nine years old and it saddened me to hear of his death. He was my first crush.


I love you Prince.prince_albums



Ethereal Voices – a collection of short stories and poems by Shona Jabang

ETHEREAL VOICES COVER JPGThe short stories included in Ethereal Voices by Shona Jabang are reflections of so many aspects of Jamaican life. However, with stories set in Africa, the UK, and America, each story has its own unique take on what it means to be from the Caribbean. The stories span the 1920’s to the 2000’s. The reader cannot help but become caught up in the drama and longing expressed in these colorful stories where themes of social mores and norms and struggles with and impact of emigration are all wrapped in the complexities of relationships in the Jamaican community. This collection of stories and poems overflow with vivid imagery, poetry, rhythmic tones, and symphonies of poignant moods.

About the Author

SHONA HEAD SHOTShona V. Jamadi-Jabang is a Jamaican-American. She is a 9th and 10th grade language arts teacher at Lakenheath American High school as well as a part-time writing instructor with the University of Maryland University College (UMUC – Europe). She lives with her husband, Lamin, and two dogs. Shona Jamadi-Jabang originally grew up in the UK but has lived in Jamaica, Canada, and the US before returning to the UK to work as a teacher. She has a BA in English, an MS in Education, and MA in Creative Writing (MCW). She enjoys writing stories, poems, and plays that are based on her cultural background – an amalgamation of all the in which she has lived. Shona has just published her first collection of short stories and poems entitled Ethereal Voices under her pen name Shona...

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Mistaken Identity by Stephanie Norris

Mistaken IdentityThe only thing Briana and Tiana have in common are their identical looks. For Tiana, life is one challenge after another, but her greatest struggle is sharing a face with the sister she despises. Tired of living in the shadows, she comes up with a plan to finally have everything she ever wanted.
Everything seems to come easy for Briana, including her beautiful children, loving husband and dynamic career. Briana’s charmed life is ripped apart when she wakes up in the hospital with no idea who she is and no memory of her former life. With the help of the handsome stranger who saved her, Briana builds a new life and finds new love, while Tiana won’t rest until Briana has no life at all.

Excerpt – Chris rounded the stairs that led to the first level of his loft and looked out of the peep hole. Sure enough, it was his son’s mother and she looked lit up. He took a deep breath and opened the door.
She stumbled as the door swung open.
“Why are you knocking on my door at three o’clock in the morning?”
“Because I need to t-talk,” she stuttered, “to you!”
“No, Sandra, you need to go home. Where is Christopher?” he asked.
“Well, he ain’t gone be at the club with me!” she stated matter-of-factly. “So that was a dumb question.”
Chris sighed, unable to continue the dance they did at his front door. “Go home,” he said, and slammed the door in her face.
“Oh no you didn’t!” he heard her say from the other...

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The Pastor’s Husband by Tiffany Warren

Pastor husband 1The Pastor’s Husband By Tiffany Warren


Felicia Caldwell has a great job, a healthy bank account, and stunning good looks. But she longs for a husband and family to go along with it. So when charismatic superstar pastor Nya Hempstead declares that partnership is on its way, Felicia is elated—until her life becomes filled with more curses than blessings. Five years later, someone has to pay—and that someone is Nya. Soon, Felicia is moving to Dallas and joins the church led by Nya and her co-pastor husband, Gregory…

In the eyes of the public, Nya and Gregory have the perfect life. But their marriage is feeling the strain of Nya’s success. While she’s hitting the talk show circuit and the bestseller list, Gregory is fading into the background. It’s no surprise he enjoys the fawning attention of new church member, Felicia. Little does he know her intentions are far from pure. And as she infiltrates the pastors’ lives it will take a team of prayer warriors and heavenly intervention to save their relationship—and their ministry. Along the way, will they remember the mission they started with?


Night fall was near, and that was a good thing.  Felicia needed the cover of darkness to execute her plan.  She was cramped in her tiny, rented Ford Aspire as she impatiently waited for the sun to set. She couldn’t possibly drive her own car. For this task, she needed to be anonymous.

The tools for the job, a crowbar and a gas can, sat on the passenger...

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