4 Keys to Success
Are you aware there are five factors of your life that make you unique? It is those factors that actually identify who you are in this universe. If you use your gender, ethnicity, weight, sexuality, zodiac sign, or anything else for your identity you will surely fail. Low self-esteem is the harvest of misidentifying you.
The Black History Bowl: Flashbacks Reflection African American Contributions Matter "2020"
Perhaps you have thought, why is the study of African American history important? Well, let’s think about it for a minute! We take all the things that we have today for granted. We need to make sure that we know the sacrifices that were made to provide the opportunities that we enjoy today. This book will provide you with 135 mini-biographies of famous African Americans.
The story of a reunion between old friends, Kevin Summers and Alison Winters as they meet in an unexpected encounter after not seeing each other for sixteen years. This is a story about first impressions, second impressions, and friends vs. lovers. It describes the reality of grasping dreams in the modern world, understanding one another, and figuring out what makes a person truly happy.
Meet The Authors
Marva Goins is a first time published author. You can pick up a copy of her book - "Zaaire and the Brushing Teeth Lesson" on Amazon
Ben is a recently published author. Ben Chewey is currently working in education. He has a master’s degree in Holocaust and Genocide studies and has done extensive work with the local television station and Historical Society. You can pick a copy of his book - "American Tango" on Amazon.
Dr. Cadmus Hull
Dr. Hull earned an Associate Degree in Education from Cumberland County College and both a Bachelor’s Degree and a Master’s Degree from Glassboro State College, now Rowan University. His educational path led him to Nova University where he achieved his ultimate goal of a Doctorate Degree in School Leadership.