With Whom Will You Share Your Story?
Everyone has a story. Some people choose to share theirs with the world, while others limit theirs to their small circles or they keep their stories to themselves. Hadassah’s Crown Publishing, LLC is pleased to announce the latest two titles on the shelf: Searching for Daddy in the Dark by Liquinita L. Callaham and Looking Through a Black Man's Eyes by Rev. Anthony J. Sims. We welcome these new authors and applaud their decisions to share their stories through an autobiography and poetry, respectively.
Searching for Daddy in the Dark Description
The effort and time a child spends longing and searching for an absent parent often distracts from goals and even happiness. Ms. Callaham, in her soul-stirring and transparent awakening, allows readers to journey with her as she finds a place of peace with her biological father, and as she reaches a safe haven with her Heavenly Father who has patiently waited to forgive and embrace her. Searching for Daddy in the Dark will ignite a barrage of emotions from humor to hurt, all the while leaving you strengthened and inspired.
About the Author
Liquinita L. Callaham is a native of SC. Jesus Christ found her at a very young age and she credits Him for her physical and emotional healing, as well as giving her life meaning and purpose. Despite medical challenges, Ms. Callaham earned a Bachelors in Psychology from Converse College in 2014. She has two daughters of whom she is exceptionally proud.
Looking Through a Black Man's Eyes Description
In our current racially-divided world, our demographics often determine our outlook on life. In his poetry anthology that combines dialect and verse, Reverend Anthony Sims shares his perspective on life as a black man. Family, love, education, faith, societal ills and fond memories are just a few of the many themes he weaves to share his view “through a black man’s eyes.”
About the Author
Reverend Anthony J. Sims is a pastor and radio host who lives in South Carolina with his wife of several decades, the former Betty Cook. As a humanitarian, Rev. Sims enjoys serving others, as well as sharing his inspirational writings that shed light on the dark past and present.