Sunday, September 13, 2009

Girl Naw Blog Tour - Day One

LaCricia A`ngelle is a licensed Evangelist, writer, and the President and CEO of His Pen Publishing LLC. A native of Chicago, LaCricia currently resides in Tennessee with her four children. Girl, Naw! is her first novel.

Her writing career began when she was a child writing songs, and short stories. LaCricia has always had a God given gift of putting words together.

As a Christian Fiction author, LaCricia not only writes for entertainment, but she also writes for ministry. Her goal in every piece of written work is to draw someone closer to Christ. The characters face real situations. LaCricia writes so that anyone can read her work and get something out of it, whether they are young or old. When you read a LaCricia A`ngelle original prepare to laugh, cry, pray, and stop to say “hmmm.”

Antoinette Walker has seen the good, the bad, and the ugly. Those that know and respect her think she has it all, a wonderful husband, children that thrive in school, and a counseling practice that is growing by leaps and bounds. When hidden things from her past begin to surface, they threaten to destroy everything Antoinette loves. Only God can give her the strength to continue to counsel other women, as she struggles with her own issues of forgiveness. Will her faith be strong enough to help her stand in the midst of opposition?

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Anonymous said...

I am definitely interested in reading this book. Love the song that's accompanying too.

LaCricia A`ngelle said...

Thank you. I chose to use this song, I love me better than that by Shirley Murdock because I feel that it takes loving yourself to overcome various test and trials that come against you.

Anonymous said...

Great book, Lacricia.

Much success with the tour.

Wanda B. Campbell

Arnita L Fields said...


I pray that you have much God success during your blog tour this week.


Arnita L. Fields

Shelia E. Lipsey said...

Lacricia, I am proud of you. Girl, Naw is a novel that is so realistic and home hitting. May God continue to allow you to live your dreams and purpose! I love you so much. You are my dearest friend and greatest encourager!

Anonymous said...

I had to give up on the trailer, it was a little long. But the book sounds good and I like the incredibly creative title.

Kim Hutchinson

Anonymous said...

This sounds like a really good book. Thanks for posting it Ronda.

Janice I.