Raleigh, NC, July 19, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- Author V.K. Fields introduced her novel “Forbidden Fruit” at the 2006 National Black Arts Festival, July 13-16, in Atlanta, GA. The National Black Arts Festival (NBAF) aims to bring diverse communities together through art and culture. Its mission is “to develop, expose and educate audiences to the arts and culture of the African Diaspora and provide diverse opportunities for artistic and creative expression.” In addition, Fields will host a book signing on Saturday, August 26th, beginning at 2:00 p.m. at the Barnes & Noble bookstore at Brier Creek shopping center in Raleigh, NC.
Classified as Christian fiction, “Forbidden Fruit” focuses on a budding relationship between Mia, a Christian career woman, and Evan, her personal fitness trainer—who does not share Mia’s faith or spiritual beliefs. Fields said, “This book isn’t just for Christians. It’s for anyone who has ever had to make a choice between a want and a need; and sometimes those choices are easier said than done.” Fields is a minister, businesswoman, entrepreneur and avid volunteer. She is founder of Miracle Ministries—a healing place for hurting people—and CEO of V.K. Fields & Co. Public Relations & Copywriting Firm in Raleigh, NC (www.vkfields.com).
“I’m pleased to introduce ‘Forbidden Fruit’ at the National Black Arts Festival because it’s a venue that encourages diversity of thought and presence,” Fields said.
To purchase a copy of “Forbidden Fruit,” call (866) 484-6184 or log on to www.csnbooks.com; ISBN 1-59352-167-7.
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