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The Orisha Series


The Orisha Series

Paranormal fiction for women that twists time and space

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The Orisha Series brings historical and contemporary African-American fiction together through the lives of women who are strong, yet vulnerable, determined, yet doubtful, and always striving to be more than society expects of them. In The Crossroads of Time , Chloe and Ayodele face a life or death struggle to reclaim the promises of the future. In Book Two, Lisa discovers that she can be who she is regardless of what others want her to be.

New Fiction Release

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The Crossroads of Time

Book One of the Orisha Series

An African-American women's novel that twists time and space.

Quotes from The Crossroads of Time

"Every savior of the people must die."
"Ayodele knew it was a door through which they would never return."

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Coming in 2018
In Book Two, Lisa languishes under her mother's overbearing demands and the pressures of school until she decides that it's okay to be who she wants to be.
Short Stories ~ FREE for Kindle Unlimited Subscribers
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Tale of the Western Crocogator

The crocogator is an urban legend in the African-American tradition. In The Tale of the Western Crocogator, I take this legendary figure out of his native home in New York's Harlem and send him to Los Angeles. In his adventure, he finds out things about himself he hadn't known, and develops a new appreciation for his female companion.

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Prince Alarming ~ Sequel to Sleeping Beauty

They lived happily ever after? Well, no, the story doesn't stop there. It never does. Find out what really happened to Sleeping Beauty and her charming prince.

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The Listening Heart

She can't hear, but she can listen. Deaf woman discovers that her hearing loss can't keep her from connecting to the people around her.

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Stuporman to the Rescue

While in the twelfth grade, I wrote my first short story—Stuporman. At the time, I probably did not realize that this spin-off of the Man of Steel was actually a simulacrum of myself as I went through public schools with progressively severe visual and hearing disabilities. Despite living in a body that refused to do what came so easily to others, I still felt, on some level, powerful—like a superhero. And I knew, even at the tender age of seventeen, how to craft a story.

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