Which five words best describe A Sinner’s Cry? Entertaining, Obsessive, Spiritual, Edgy
Can you share one highlight from the book?
Denise Reese falls in love with a man with a secret. She awoke to her phone’s ringing to get the surprise that crushed her heart and sent her rushing to her mom and the church. After falling prey to love, her broken heart is tied like tight shoelaces that will not loosen its tight grip from her heart.
What is the purpose of this book?
To show people that when we sin and stumbled, our attempts at redemption is a reminder that, as humans, none of us are perfect. However, it is the way we get back up that defines our character. Whether you are weak or strong, my book helps lead the reader to the forgiving power of God, whether struggling saint or crying sinner.
Are there themes that you find turn up again and again in your work? Again I didn’t realize my life works would fall off the pages of my passion. A person has a mental illness in this book.
Which character or part of the book was the most fun to write?
I love writing about James. He was a solid Christian that wanted what we all wanted, and that is to be loved. He was single among many beautiful women but wanted God to send him his soulmate. I loved that he showed his weakness and that, like all of us, we all fall short of the glory of God. We are human and make the same mistakes others make because we are not perfect. But he understood God’s love for him, and that kept him praying.
Can you tell us something that even your most loyal fans may not know about you?
I dream about all my stories. I write the book in my head first, and I don’t forget the chapters, characters, or struggles.
Is there anything else you would like to share with our readers? Although A Sinner’s Cry is based on a Christian lifestyle, problems, and redemption, I considered it an edgy Christian Romance. Still, I classify it as Contemporary Fiction because the sexual imagery is strong, and some Christians were very upset with the book’s content. But Christians are not perfect.
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Rose Jackson-Beavers, Chief Executive Officer of Prioritybooks Publications, grew up in East St. Louis, Illinois. She communities. Rose is the author of ten books and has worked with over 100 authors and over 100 books through her company. You can reach Rose at firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit her website at http://www.rosejacksonbeavers.com.