Layers of Truth

In the spring of 1964, the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) is recruiting white college students to teach in Freedom Schools and encourage Blacks to register to vote in the racial hotbed of Mississippi. At her best friend’s urging, Lenore Rogers, a white student at Barnard College in New York, signs up for the Freedom […]

March With Me

A MESSAGE ROM THE AUTHOR I had three main reasons for writing this book. First, I wanted to write about the Children’s March. I consider it the first of several pivotal events that led our country to finally establish civil rights legislation.The fact that most people in our country today have either forgotten or never […]

Freedom Bound

FREEDOM BOUND is historical fiction based on the true story of Anna Kingsley. She was born an African princess in 1793, captured at the age of thirteen, and sold as a slave to wealthy Spanish East Floridian, Zephaniah Kingsley. She had four children by him, ran his plantation, and was introduced as his wife. She finally […]

Sisters of Valor

A perfect fit for book club or military history discussions; SISTERS OF VALOR reveals the sometimes-forgotten valor of the service wife during the Vietnam War years, told through four very different women who come together and find the support they need. The women grapple with what the Vietnam War meant to us as a country […]

Going to the Mountain

Anyone going through a valley of sadness, grief, broken relationships, a sense of failure or any of the hurts life thrusts our way, will find comfort and strength from the practical lessons in this book. Purchase this Book on Amazon About the Author Award-winning author, Rosalie T. Turner, is a civil rights historian who writes […]

Beyond the Dream

We all start out with dreams of what our future might be. But life has a way of taking us down a different road. What happens beyond the dream is the story of the human condition. In BEYOND THE DREAM Kathleen O’Neill Harrison struggles to deal with that condition and to find her way back […]