Open for Press Release: Readers’ Favorite International Book Award Winner

Open for Press Release: Readers’ Favorite International Book Award Winner

Readers’ Favorite is proud to announce that “Black Child to Black Woman” by Cheryl Denise Bannerman won the Honorable Mention Award in the Fiction – Urban category.

You can learn more about Cheryl Denise Bannerman and “Black Child to Black Woman” at https://readersfavorite.com/book-review/black-child-to-black-woman where you can read reviews and the author’s biography, as well as connect with the author directly or through their website and social media pages.

The High Road

The High Road

Have you ever been in a situation where what you 'thought' was real, ended up being fiction? How did you handle it? What would you have done differently today? Journaling your thoughts and feelings can be so cathartic for healing, as well as exercise for releasing...

Unspoken Words

Unspoken Words

It is often the unspoken words that hurt us the most. In order to break the silence of abuse, we must find our voice again. This is the first series of blog posts based on the topics in my books. Words Never Spoken is not just a book of poetry, but a story of hope,...

What Would You Do With A Second Chance?

What Would You Do With A Second Chance?

What Would You Do With A Second Chance? Do you believe in second chances? It could be a game, a career opportunity, a relationship, or even life itself. Whether you are on the giving or receiving end of them, they can certainly be exciting, but also come with...

Reverse Brainwashing: The Goal of Rebuilding

Reverse Brainwashing: The Goal of Rebuilding

If you have been a participant at any of my speaking events, you know that three years ago today I removed myself and my child from a dangerous situation and unhealthy marriage. Many people (including family and friends) did not know the severity of the situation and...

What’s In a Name?: Choosing Your Words Wisely

What’s In a Name?: Choosing Your Words Wisely

Even when teased as a child, some of us would chant “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but names will never hurt me.” However, as an adult, I don’t find that true at all. I was bullied and teased all through school and I was never able to follow my parent’s advice...

Living With Chronic Pain: How I Got My Life Back

Living With Chronic Pain: How I Got My Life Back

During one of the most stressful years of my life, while I was battling complications from Type II Diabetes, I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia. Before I had visited the Rheumatologist, I thought it was just joint ailments and a touch of arthritis, since I was entering...

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