The big day is FINALLY here!
The Kindle version of my debut novel, ANOTHER 4.0, is available for immediate purchase at Amazon.com.
This day has been a looooooooong time comin'...cue The Winans...and I'm so excited to finally share this book with you.
The print version is coming in a few weeks, but for now, head on over to Amazon and snag your Kindle copy today!
Daria Nelson’s life seems perfect. She’s the apple of her father’s eye, the love of Maurice’s life, and a straight-A sophomore at Howard University.
But all is not as it seems.
Daria is angry with her father...because her father is angry with her. After four years, Adrian Nelson still doesn’t like Maurice, which makes no sense to his daughter. Maurice is the handsome owner of a successful West Philly barbershop and the kind of guy any girl would be lucky to have. So what’s not to like?
Well, no, Maurice hasn’t exactly supported Daria’s decision to matriculate some 150 miles away. He expected her to attend the University of Pennsylvania like she promised and hasn’t quite forgiven the drastic change in venue. But Daria understands his frustration because college hasn’t been everything she expected either. Though confident in her choice of English as a major, she feels constant pressure to decide who she wants to be when she grows up...and maintain the level of excellence expected of a student at the premiere HBCU in the world to boot.
And with all these issues jockeying for her attention, all Daria wants is peace and another 4.0.
Denise is not naïve—at least, not as much as yesterday. A born-and-raised Philly girl, she uses her English degree to bemoan text-speak and champion the Oxford Comma. Denise never met a stiletto she didn’t like but will switch to sneakers to chase her children or harass her hubby for hugs. The faith-filled characters in her modern stories are real, and they’re spectacular. Her work appears in the anthologies "Color Him Father" (Kinship Press) and "The Motherhood Diaries 2" (Brown Girls Publishing). "Another 4.0" is her debut novel, a veritable tribute to her beloved Howard University.
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