Author Releases Four Books in Ten Months

S. Denice Newton wants a better world for the next generation and is doing her part using the power of the pen. To date, she has written three books and recorded an audio book that addresses critical issues affecting communities of color

Wilson, NC, July 15, 2013 --( Her first book, "Two Continents One Hope," released September 10, 2012, chronicles a recent trip to Zimbabwe where she witnessed the severity of the AIDS/HIV crisis. The foreword was written by Thandi Lujabe-Rankoe, ambassador to South Africa. The book is also available in audio. Shortly after releasing the nonfiction title, Denice went to work on "Interception," a work of fiction that inspires readers to pursue dreams and aspirations in spite of obstacles. The presence of warring angels, a peek into the heavenly realm, an army of demonic forces, a young girl's determination to succeed, and rescue by a modern day prince, makes this book an excellent read for any audience. She also raises her voice in the brief poetic collection, "Poetic Pause." Each of these works are designed to inspire, empower, and raise awareness of issues that affect progress and the pursuit of dreams.

Denice is a powerful, inspirational speaker represented by the Coast2Coast booking company. From living with depression to empowering single parents, she engages audiences on a variety of subjects. LaMonique Hamilton, a writer for My Wilson magazine, described Denice as "fiesty and unapologetic" when it comes to issues that she advocates.

Denice is available for interviews and appearances. For booking presentations, media appearances, interviews and/or book-signings, or to purchase books, visit or email at
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