Cherry Dawn is a Jamaican-American and the proud mother of two daughters.
She published her first book in 2019 and has produced several books in various genres since. She has authored several children's books, such as Ridge Mount Hills, Pond Gully, and Beam Me Up. Her newest release is now available here and on Amazon.
She also embarked on an audacious endeavor with the release of Democracy Interrupted.
Most of her stories are from her experiences growing up in Jamaica, which she considers the force behind her determination to achieve excellence.
Her favorite quote: "There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you." -Maya Angelou.
Her favorite food: All Jamaican, all the time.
Proudest moments/Accomplishments: The births of her children.
Greatest Desire: Doing whatever it takes for her children to become accomplished, well-rounded adults.
The release date of her first novel, The Midnight Cries of an Island Girl, is due out later this year.
Ann-Marie T. Hamilton was born and raised in Jamaica and is in every way an island girl. Her love for writing developed when she looked for constructive ways to channel her anger and shame after her marriage ended in divorce. She received her undergraduate degree in Business Administration from Northern Caribbean University and is a patient advocate for people with disabilities. In addition to her writing, Ann-Marie is a Toastmaster who uses her speaking to help positively impact people moving through their challenging situations in life. When not reading, journaling or working, she enjoys spending her time with family and going on road trips. Ann-Marie has now made Texas (USA) her home.
Dr. Genet Azang-Njaah is known for her passionate commitment to preventive medicine and patient counseling. As a Christian, she is known as a stalwart prayer warrior with a passion for encouraging and teaching the spiritual discipline of prayer. She has given us a Bible study and companion to prayer that is not only theologically rich and saturated with Scripture, but also filled with personal experience, practical wisdom, and thoughtful insights. The final chapter, “Prayer Guide for Your Health,” contains a wealth of knowledge drawn from a long career as a healthcare professional and a lifetime of faithful biblical ministry in Africa and the U.S.― Gregory Novalis, Ruling Elder, Kirkridge Presbyterian Church, Manchester, Maryland“I have worked with Dr. Genet Azang-Njaah in Ministry for over 20 years. This book is a “One Stop Shop” for all your prayer needs. It is holistic as it deals with your spiritual, physical, emotional, and social wellbeing. If you follow the principles in this Prayer Guide, you will experience an unprecedented victory in your life”.― Patience Ngalla, Coordinator, Good News Club, Stafford County- N.VA. "