I decided to expand my blog horizons. I am still going to talk about my personal struggles in life and in the publishing industry, but I need to add a little more life to my blog soooooo... lol

I will be including daily topics that interest me, and nothing interest me more than my peers. I love writers and happen to be friends with some really talented ones... So every Tuesday I'll pick a few of my friends to spotlight on my blog. We are stronger TOGETHER!

Authors of the day is Novelist Junnita Jackson, Mimi Renee, and Adrienne Thompson.

Junnita Jackson is the author ofIf it Don't Hurt ... It Ain't Love which is currently on sale for 99 cents and in her own words that I stole from her website

I have always been a lover of words. I love the idea of getting lost in a world I created with characters that eventually took on a life of their own. What would they do next? How would they react to this or that? Someone once told me that the characters we (as authors) create are an extension of who we really are; that some things that are unacceptable in society could be held as acceptable in the world of fiction.That was a scary thought. My characters in my debut novel, If It Don't hurt It Ain't Love, exhibit a variety of personality traits and emotions. They range from the meek to the insane. Is that really who I am?
     Currently, I am working on my second novel. I live in Central Pennsylvania with my children and loving, supportive husband. I am blessed

Mimi Renee is the author of Pretty Bright which is on sale for $3.99 In her words that I stole from her website

Mimi Renee California native born in Compton and raised in Long Beach California, Mimi Renee recalls that reading and writing has always been her passion from as far back as she could remember. As a young girl she read aloud to herself and others for fun and enjoyed volunteering to stand up to and read out loud in front of class as much as she could. During her sophomore year in high school at David Starr Jordan High in north Long Beach, Mimi learned that she was pregnant and was soon transferred to a continuation school to finish her high school term out at Will Reid continuation, in a special program for pregnant minors.

Adrienne Thompson is the author of  Bluesday which is on sale for $2.99 In her words that I stole from her website

Married at sixteen, a mother twice by seventeen, and thrice a mother and divorced by twenty-four, Adrienne Thompson is no stranger to adversity. Not your typical teenage mother, she went on to complete her college degree and to earn her nursing license. She attributes God’s faithfulness as the catalyst for her success in life. Now, having raised two children as a divorced mother, with a third fast approaching adulthood, she is sharing a long hidden talent and passion with the world. Using the lessons that life has so expertly taught her as a guideline (betrayal, abusive relationships, self-esteem issues, witnessing the deteriorating effects of drug abuse), she has created a novel that will both entertain and inspire the reader. Bluesday is a satisfying mixture of inspiration and drama that will not leave you disappointed.

I hope you give these lovely ladies support in the very near future because we are so much stronger together

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