Literary Jewels is the brain child of Kisha Green. Here is where you will find the most current and relevant information mixed in with the sarcasm of Kisha's witty mind that make her experience in the literary industry that worthwhile.
Who is Kisha Green? Kisha Green is no stranger to the literary world. She is the well-informed and very knowledgeable publisher of DivaBooksInc.(www.divabooksinconline.com) author of many books under her imprint, including “And Even If I Did,” “If It Aint One Thing, It’s Another,” “Dear Mommy” and “Mental Seduction" and recently releasing short stories "A Write Way to Love" and "Fefe's Freaky Tale".
As the host of her own Blog Talk Radio show, “Writer’s Life Chats,” (www.writerslifechats.com)
Green interviews aspiring as well as seasoned authors, Writer’s Life Chats was nominated for Best BlogTalk Show in 2008 and 2009. In February of 2010 and 2011 she recently took the honors of winning for Best Blogtalk Host.She is also a book reviewer whose work has appeared on the websites Urban Book Source, Shelfari,Goodreads,Amazon.com among others.
In 2010, Green was a senior writer and founder of the Writer’s Vibe, a literary site to help promote artists. Kisha also participated in a panel discussion at a Rutgers University, where she sat with other authors and poets, speaking with students about the literary industry: publishing and writing books, the importance of investing in an editor, and the hardships up-and-coming authors may face and in 2007, Green was nominated Self-Published Author of the Year.
Green recently launched Literary Jewels (www.literary-jewels.com), a helpful resource for aspiring writers in interested self-publishing but need direction.
Green has a jones for literature and is a firm believer in “each one, teach one.” She assures, “There is room at the top for everyone in the literary world.” Green is destined to take literary Hollywood by storm.
New Book Alert—->@FCraft1 presents SOLOMON &SHEBA
Sheba Solomon, 41, a plus-size, voluptuous and lovely African American, is Minister of Music at a megachurch where Marty Solomon, 34, her white husband is senior pastor, as well as a beloved televangelist. Sheba is a gifted lyric soprano and also has the gift of second sight. She and Marty are lifelong friends and have learned to console each other through grievous losses for both of a spouse and a child. They consider themselves blessed and happy now. But Marty is haunted by his mother’s deathbed confession when he was l4 that he may be the son of her Black lover. His turmoil began with Sheba’s pregnancy and his determination to protect his coming child from unknown knowledge of his background should it become ill. Many roadblocks follow, but Marty swears he will never give up this pursuit. Will what he finally finds bring Sheba and him closer? Or will it destroy their marriage?
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Solo Shivers by @WilsonWrites1
Solo Shivers: It’s the middle of the night. Again. Zuri is laying next to her man. Unsatisfied. Again.
While his snores bounce around the room, her mind plays out scenes from her last lover, the one who made her scream with a single touch, a perfectly placed kiss. Zuri doesn’t want to make the phone call-cheating isn’t an option. Which leaves her with only her imagination and creativity to fill the void…
But every thing done in the dark, hidden by his closed eyes and deep snores, will certainly come to light. Is satisfaction worth the risk?
The Good Grind by @WilsonWrites1
That Good Grind:When Rena hooked up with Omar, she thought she had the upper hand. He was a bad boy, but she was a little older and a lot wiser. Until his touch turned into her addiction. She simply can’t say no. When Omar’s sexual challenges take her on a dark and twisted path, Rena does everything in her power to resist him. But who can say no to a bad boy with that good grind?