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We Are One – Release

It’s been nearly three years since I first began the journey of writing this book. It started as a simple discipleship study to help my church understand the personalities of each generation and how they interact with each other in a church context. The response was overwhelming. Not only did my church members respond enthusiastically, but I soon received an invitation to teach the material at an associational event.

That’s when I was encouraged to organize my material into something that could be published. It’s taken a while. It’s gone through several drafts. It’s even grown to include new information about generational and historical cycles. Then end result is something I think everyone can enjoy and something that I believe can help lots of churches unify on a basic generational level.

The book will officially be available on May 3, 2017. Look for links on social media or visit the landing page for the book here on my website –

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Hope you enjoy the book!



On those pesky books I’m working on…

I know there are some fans out there who will care about this information, which is why I’m posting this on my website. Lot’s of people are wondering when Winter 3 and Winter 4 will be coming out. Previously, I had promised Winter 3 by, well…now. And Winter 4 by the end of the year.

Sorry. That’s not going to happen.

Earlier this year I took a new position as Lead Pastor of a medium small church in South Carolina. This is an amazing church with amazing people, and I stay quite busy. I have not stopped working on the books, but I’ve found recently that every deadline I’ve imposed on myself has fallen very, very flat.

Which is why I am lifting all of those self-imposed deadlines and I will not be making any more. Winter 3 will happen when Winter 3 happens. Winter 4 will be the same. I don’t know when that will be, but I am no longer making deadlines just to miss them. I do promise to you that I AM still working on these books and that they WILL come sooner or later. Winter 3 sooner rather than later…but I’m afraid Winter 4 may be in the later category.

Thank you for reading and sticking with me.


Last year and next year…

wint3rI wish I could say 2013 was an amazing year. It was an excellent year, by all accounts, but it was one of those rebuilding and relearning years that you’re happy to see behind you. Those of you who are closest too me know the many things that went on. Some of you may not, and for the sake of my fans who are eagerly awaiting Winter 3 then I’ll take a moment to tell you a little about this past year.

Continue reading Last year and next year…

Permanent price drops!

ImageAs I get reenergized and rebooted in my writing career, my publisher and I have made the decision to permanently drop the eBook prices of both my books. So if you’ve been waiting to read either because of price, now is the time…especially Prophetess, because I know it was $6.99 before.

Winter is now just $2.99.

Prophetess is now just $3.99.

On a related note, I’m in need of some blurbs that I can add to the Amazon page for Prophetess from published authors. If you’re a published author and have read it, I would be very appreciative if you would send me something to use. Or, if you’re a published author and would like to read it, contact me and I can probably arrange a review copy. Thanks!


help-wantedI’ve been given the go ahead by my publisher to hire a PR Manager/ publicist to handle all aspects of writing and author publicity for me. Responsibilities would include: scheduling book signings, appearances, in-person and radio interviews, online interviews, guest blogs, speaking engagements, and any other approved publicity item. The PR Manager would work closely with me in scheduling to maximize exposure for my current books and upcoming releases.

Compensation. The PR Manager/ publicist will start with 20% of all royalties on sales figures that exceed the baseline of sales prior to starting. In other words, if the PR Manager’s efforts show an increase in sales from what was happening without the PR Manager, then the PR Manager gets paid.

The ideal candidate should be outgoing, creative, love books, and (preferably) love my books. They should also be somewhat local to me (south Mississippi) and having a working knowledge of what kind of publicity opportunities are available within two hours of me.

This is a great opportunity for someone to earn a little extra money and to get involved in the wild, wild west world of the publishing industry. If you’re interested, send me an.