The Authors’ Corner

Welcome to The Authors’ Corner. This week’s featured author is Wykinnya Whitehurst of The Sister Scribes.

 

 

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My name is Wykinnya Whitehurst. I’m a woman of God, Wife, mother, entrepreneur, author and speaker. My passion and purpose in life is to help women live their dream and purpose. The name of my business is Dream Out Loudd, LLC. I help people bring the dreams and visons they have in their heads into fruition by proving the necessary tools, steps and guidance to achieve those goals.

I published my first and only book “Things Collected Along the Way” in 2014. It is a 365 daily devotional filled a cumulation of direct and indirect difficult experiences that has been turned on its ear to provide my readers with encouragement and hope as they fight their own battles. Often times when we are going through trials and tribulations we feel alone and no one could possibly understand. This book is to let you know that you are not alone, and you can overcome any obstacle that comes your way.

 

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For more information on Wykinnya and Dream Out Loudd, LLC and to purchase her book visit her website at http://www.dreamoutloudd.com.

 

As always, thanks for stopping by,

Savannah J. providing a place of tranquility away from the stress of life.

http://www.thesavannahjpublications.com

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Savannah is the author of The Prey now available in eBook on Kindle http://amzn.to/1xg0pgM and on Google Play Books http://bit.ly/1q5hncz

Also look for Raising Tristan on Google Play Books http://bit.ly/1pL4GqN and on Kindle http://amzn.to/1AlHl6g

The Authors’ Corner

Welcome to The Authors’ Corner. This week’s featured author is Wykinnya Whitehurst of The Sister Scribes.

 

 

Profile

 

My name is Wykinnya Whitehurst. I’m a woman of God, Wife, mother, entrepreneur, author and speaker. My passion and purpose in life is to help women live their dream and purpose. The name of my business is Dream Out Loudd, LLC. I help people bring the dreams and visons they have in their heads into fruition by proving the necessary tools, steps and guidance to achieve those goals.

I published my first and only book “Things Collected Along the Way” in 2014. It is a 365 daily devotional filled a cumulation of direct and indirect difficult experiences that has been turned on its ear to provide my readers with encouragement and hope as they fight their own battles. Often times when we are going through trials and tribulations we feel alone and no one could possibly understand. This book is to let you know that you are not alone, and you can overcome any obstacle that comes your way.

 

Front Cover

 

For more information on Wykinnya and Dream Out Loudd, LLC and to purchase her book visit her website at http://www.dreamoutloudd.com.

 

As always, thanks for stopping by,

Savannah J. providing a place of tranquility away from the stress of life.

http://www.thesavannahjpublications.com

Follow Savannah on Twitter http://bit.ly/1tBBC6o

on Google Plus http://bit.ly/1pnq9sP

and on Facebook http://on.fb.me/10p1o32

Savannah is the author of The Prey now available in eBook on Kindle http://amzn.to/1xg0pgM and on Google Play Books http://bit.ly/1q5hncz

Also look for Raising Tristan on Google Play Books http://bit.ly/1pL4GqN and on Kindle http://amzn.to/1AlHl6g

Make new friends but keep the old . . .

goldI remember singing a song as a child with the words, “Make new friends but keep the old; one is silver and the other gold.” Being a child, I had no idea the impact behind the meaning of those words. Now that I’m older, I realize what a tremendous blessing it is to have friends, especially old friends.

Several times a year my high school classmates and I gather for fellowship and fun. We hangout and catch up on the latest happenings in our lives. We decided a few years ago not to wait for class reunions that come around every ten years, but to enjoy each other in the now.  These friends have been a part of my life since Kindergarten. We have a bond that can’t be broken. The childhood friends from my years of growing up in 8th Street Baptist Church are still a part of my life as well and we stay in touch and see each other as time permits.

There is a saying, “friends come and go” but I say true friends are there for life. I know beyond a shadow of doubt my heart friends would be by my side in a instant if I needed them. Now, this doesn’t mean I have newer friends whom I don’t appreciate like my longtime friends, because I do. And some of them have been a part of my life for a few years and will be there for years to come.

Perhaps there are friends or family from years gone by you think of often but haven’t taken the time to reach out to. I strongly suggest you do so. Life is too sweet not to share the goodness with those we love. No better time than the present to rekindle and enjoy.

So, make a call, send an email or text today and I promise a whole world of love, excitement and joy will open up to you.

As always in closing, I wish you a peaceful night. Blessings!

By Savannah Jackson, she adds a little sass in every page.

www.thesavannahjpublications.com