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Preying On The Church, is an inspiring novel about an African American middle-age woman Margie, who is well-known in her community through her job as a Realtor, serving as a representative on the Rockford Town Council, and giving her portion of life at Rockford Baptist Church.
A tragic accident happens that no one could ever believe. After a church shooting, Margie loses faith as her life is shattered into pieces losing someone close to her that causes her to journey through the five stages of grief.
It takes her to the lowest possible point of survival: isolating herself from friends and family, losing faith, drinking alcohol, almost getting arrested, and losing her job to realize she is on a path of destruction.
Read an Excerpt
“Where would you like to have the funeral?” asked Mr. Stephens. “There is an option
to have it at the convention center.”
“That would be great,” said Barry. “Then we can have all his teachers and friends
from school attend.”
“Okay, this is a book for flower arrangements and this one is for caskets and grave
markers. Browse through to see which ones you would like,” Mr. Stephens said as he
spread the books on the table.
Margie and Barry went through the books and picked the things that would best fit
They came across the perfect casket. The casket had a storm blue exterior with a
spruce blue interior and a football symbol inside, quoting a Bible verse.
After they came up with a decision, Margie wanted to go back upstairs.
“Barry, can you help me back upstairs?”
“You sure you don’t want to hang out with your mom and Burnie?” Barry posed as
they walked up the stairs.
“No, I’m not up to it,” Margie said as they continued to the bedroom. “Let Mom and
Burnie figure out the program for the homegoing service.”
Barry laid Margie down on the bed and sat beside her.
“Are you sure you want your mom and Burnie to do the program?” asked Barry.
“Yes, just make sure they leave room for Coach Mackey, Principal Jenkins, and his
teammates to say a few words.”
About the Author:
Kimberley is a professional early childhood educator and entrepreneur. She was born in the small town of Saint George, South Carolina, on September 12, 1982. Graduated from Woodland High School in 2000, Benedict College in 2004 with B.S., Child & Family Development, and from Ashford University in 2013 with a Masters in Early Childhood Education.
After receiving her education and being a military spouse, she held several jobs as a preschool teacher and a preschool director, but she wanted to her education to use by writing children’s books. She wrote her first book in college for her children’s literature course. She has self-published several children books on Amazon.
Currently, she is branching off into writing fiction YA, NA, and A novels on issues in society. She loves writing and would not change it for nothing in this world She is now published by Rhetoric Askew. Kimberley is the author of Our Friendship Matters and Preying on the Church.
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