Friday Features

Here’s my Friday Feature on Tracee Lydia Garner’s blog post. Check it out as well as Tracee’s other posts.

Tracee Lydia Garner

It’s Friday and it’s time to meet author,

Savannah J.

About her new book, Raising Tristan

Raising Tristan.jpgRaising Tristan is a story of Shiloh Milner, a gentleman who is involved in a relationship with Angela Pitchard. Their relationship is purely for companionship; she doesn’t love him, he doesn’t love her. When Angela who has made it clear she does not want children finds herself pregnant, Shiloh convinces her to have the baby. Twenty-four hours after their son, Tristan is born; Angela checks herself out of the hospital and disappears. With the help of his parents, and his new lady love, the beautiful Moselle Laveau, Shiloh devotes his life to caring for his son. But as time goes on will Moselle turn out to be all Shiloh believes her to be and will she be an asset in Raising Tristan.

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30 Days 30 Authors- Savannah J.

Thank you Sheena for the feature!

Sheena Binkley

Hi everyone! I really hope you are enjoying the event so far. There are so many talented authors, so I hope you’re finding some good reads to add to your collection.

The next author to be spotlighted is Savannah J. Read about her journey to being an author as well as her inspiration for becoming one.

Now, here’s Savannah! 🙂

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Savannah J. was born and raised in Wilmington, Delaware in an Italian neighborhood affectionately referred to as “Little Italy”. The unconditional love and support of her family and influence of her environment fostered her love and talents in the Arts.

Subsequently, during her college years, she studied music and literature, which fed her passion for writing. She is the author of Toward the Light and the sequel The Prodigal Son, Behind Closed Doors, The Prey and Raising Tristan. She is also the founder and organizer and host of The Annual…

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