NOVELS & NOTE BOOKS

As a published and award-winning Author, I write all the time. I’m currently in the editing throes of my first contemporary novel – Anghelica, the first in a series of contemporary romantic comedies, coming soon. I long to share it with you!

Anghelica book cover
Image by Pixaby and subject to change.

I have also written two thrilling novels, a novella, and two children’s picture books, which will hit the market soon.

My first book was self-published in 2010. Plans are in the works to revise and re-publish that book in 2022.


My current eBook is available and easily downloadable. The self-study of my 21-Day Best Life Challenge is Available Now! 


As an Writer/Blogger

My goal is to write compassionate stories about common people living extraordinary lives. I love connecting with women who are overcoming personal battles and messy lifestyles, people with special needs siblings, and entrepreneurs.

Last fall, I received the First Place award for An Article: “A Letter to Brown Sisters” at the 2020 Florida Christian Writers Conference.

It has blessed me to have editorials published in magazines and newspapers (see below), as well as a devotional on Inkspirationsonline.com.

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This is my most celebrated story and one of my favorites to write. Read it here.


New books by brilliant writers about community bring me joy because of what they offer the world. You read my editorial and buy her book at http://www.amymangan.com.


This article on male mentoring was recognized as The Article of the Day by the Florida Magazine Association. Read the article here.


The pandemic put a dent in many businesses’ bottom lines. This article is about a local entrepreneur who continues to thrive despite the hardships and offers a place of healing for her clientele. And the food is fresh and yummy! Read more here.


Black Health Matters

Most Blacks do not need statistics to know that we need to take care of our health through diet and exercise. We can control those things. However, we also need practitioners who care about the health of Black people, especially during an epidemic and even more so during childbirth. This article touches on the facts and the people making a difference in and from our local community. Read more here.