Satisfaction by LaRonda Coleman

I asked readers and authors to write a short story or poem to this prompt: His misty black eyes pierced her soul and caused her body to tremble. He began to speak.

*Disclaimer- Mature readers only.

His misty black eyes pierced her soul and caused her body to tremble. Her eyes tracing over the silhouette of his lips. She hardly noticed she was biting her bottom lip. In that moment she felt an oddly familiar sensation breezing down her neckline, following the course of her pulsating veins…hunger! She began to imagine kissing his lips, caressing his frame as he pulled her closer and closer. Returning the kiss, he gently stroked her nipples as they pierced through her blouse. She began to tremble. Her legs became weak and in that moment he led her to the couch slowly lying her down. His fingers gently gliding down to her thighs maneuvering his way to her womanhood. Slowly he inserted his fingers deep inside as she took a long, deep breath. She could no longer contain herself as she reached the peak of orgasm. Tears of pleasure streaming down her cheeks. He slowly begins to kiss her, sliding his tongue between her lips and into her mouth. As they kiss, he penetrates her with his swollen manhood. She whispers, ‘Oh God, thank you. I have so missed this feeling”. Paige! Did you hear me? he asks.

-LaRonda Coleman, Author of Journey to Forgiveness: Surviving Childhood Molestation

Book Spotlight – Order in the House – Felice

  • Which five words best describe Order in The House Who’s Leading You?

Bringing the family back to biblical principles.

  • What is the purpose of this book?

To bring the family back to biblical principles.

  • Are there themes that you find turn up again and again in your work? A common thread?

Faith, perseverance, true issues, Family, God

  • Which character or part of the book was the most fun to write? Which part was the hardest? 

It was fun because it was true life experiences, it was also hard because it is based on true life experiences.

  • Is there anything else you would like to share with our readers?

 If you want to get to know more things about me personally  read  Order in the House. It is my second book so it is being revised.

Book Spotlight – Melody Knight – Tony Lindsay

How do you get the idea for your book, Melody Knight?
I wanted to write a powerful speculative fiction piece, and I wanted it to be “action packed.” I lot of speculative fiction lags in plot action; I combined the difference of speculative story and the action of a thriller.

What is your favorite line from your book question?
There are those that want the war between vampires and humanity, but there are those like me whose purpose is to keep peace, to keep the balance.

Which of your characters do you believe are most like you and why question?
Daniel Knight, the father, because of his love for his three daughters; I have three daughters and relate to his dedication.

What message do you hope readers will take away from your book?
Those who people think of as evil can do good.

How did you get published?
I used the services of Atmosphere Press

What have been your greatest literary accomplishments?
Getting published, writing in different genres, and continuing to write despite diminishing financial gains.

Do you have any new books in the works?
Three are in my mind: a historical fiction novel about Nat Turner, another mystery, and another speculative piece about an American voodoo priest.

Is there anything else you would like the readers to know?
Yes, thank you for your lasting support.

Book Spotlight – Finally – Rolanda Pyle

Which five words best describe FinallyPoems from my heart & soul

Can you share one highlight from the book?  I wrote a poem FINALLY to highlight that I finally did it.  I finally published my book.

What is the purpose of this book? To share my poems.

 Are there themes that you find turn up again and again in your work? A common thread? 

These are poems from my heart and they are to inspire others.  The theme about my faith in God and a theme about family.

Can you tell us something that even your most loyal fans may not know about you?

I’m a social worker, but my first goal was to become a teacher.  Then while in Junior High my classmates were so hard on the teacher that I decided, no, I’m not going to do this. I wanted to help people and that led to my becoming a social worker. For years I wrote poems and shared them at events. It wasn’t until I was encouraged to put them together in a collection that I decided to try it and then to self publish.  Hence, the title “Finally” because it finally happened.

Book Spotlight – Lucy’s Worth (Book 1) – Letrise T Carter

Which five words best describe Lucy’s Worth?

Eager, Naive, determined, Choice, and Self-Discovery,

Can you share one highlight from the book?

Lucy is young searching for love and attention because she is not getting it at home. She will have one of the hardest decisions to make that her life will depend on it.

What is the purpose of this book?

The purpose of this book is to address abuse at such a young age that happens to man teens as young as 16 years old. The story will help teach them self-worth.

Are there themes that you find turn up again and again in your work?

In this short story series, the theme that keeps showing up is Young Adult pain, experiences that go unanswered, and life lessons. A common thread?

Yes, there is a common thread which is Hope, Love, Self-Worth, and Faith.

Which character or part of the book was the most fun to write?

It was fun to write Lucy’s victory in this first installment of the short series.

Which part was the hardest?

The hardest was writing the abuse scenes because I reflected back to friends, family, neighbors, and myself at one time. It was extremely hard to write the physical scenes because they reminded me of a friend whose life was lost due to abuse. I know this story she would be proud that I spoke life into this for many young and seasoned women to hear that they too will choose their worth over abuse.

Can you tell us something that even your most loyal fans may not know about you?

I became a Nana aka G-mom this fall that is so exciting.

Is there anything else you would like to share with our readers?

The next story in this series is Lucy’s Faith which is available now for readers on amazon as a paperback or ebook on sale till November 30th for $2.99. I do have autographed copies available on my website at

Link to purchase:


First, I want to thank you for taking the time to do this interview with me!

When did you know that writing is what you were called to do? When I was 10 years old I wrote a poem about Martin Luther King that gain the attention of several people at my school. The poem won first place at my school.

What is it about being a writer that you love the most?

Being able to use the platform through my writing to help influence others to live their best life by overcoming any opticals they may have.

Can you tell us a little about your book(s) and where our readers can find out more about them and you?

My books are on Barnes and Noble , Amazon, Walmart

Several outlets globe under the pen names Felice S.C,

Felicia S.Cauley, and Felice


Where do you draw your inspiration from for the stories that you manage to weave together and the characters that you create?

Life experiences and things that are going on in the world. Most of all my books have positive outcomes.

Do you have a schedule for when you write?

No, I don’t have a writing schedule. I always have thoughts and ideas. I don’t get writer’s block, just too tired to write. I have voice apps on every device I have.

Do you outline your novels?

Yes, and no, I write as the idea comes. All of my writings are inspirational; meaning I don’t just sit and decide to write something or outline it unless it is for school.

How long does it take you to finish a novel?

I have taken as long as two years to complete a non- fiction book

And less than a month to complete a children’s book.

What projects are you currently working on?

Comics, Romance and Mystery

What’s the first book you ever read that really moves you emotionally?

Maya Angelou

Who is your favorite author to read?

Lanston, Hughes, Maya Angelou, EN Joy

What has been your most significant achievement as a writer thus far?

My children’s series

My anti- bullying book

How have you dealt with rejection within your writing career?

Yes, I believe all writers have. It all boils down to what Genre the readers are looking for.

What is your advice for other writers to better be able to cope or navigate their way through the publishing process, be it traditional or self-publishing?

Do not rush your book, go through the process

Check with Right Side Publish for Guidance or other resources like Path to Publishing who will have your best interest at heart.

Do you find it hard to juggle the creative side of being a writer against the business side of being a writer, in terms of marketing and promotion and things of that nature?

For me, it is not hard to balance because I take my business cards and books everywhere I go. I market what I have to offer my knowledge and experience wrapped up in a book and much more.

How does writing help you to be more empowered in your purpose?

I love people. My writing has empowered me in my purpose to use my gift to touch on sensitive issues such as hopeless, immoral lifestyles, depression, clean living, and education. I am a leader and my purpose is to meet people on a common ground no matter what their lifestyle is, and lead them to christ.

How can readers find you and your books? Barnes and Noble, Amazon, Walmart, many outlets?

Google Felice S.C, Felicia S. Cauley, and Felice

Email me at