Mount Pocono, PA, May 15, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- "I Am Rahab: A Novel" is a three-part book series about a young woman navigating her way through life under the pressures of poverty, abuse and abandonment. From her humble beginnings in the Bayou of Louisiana to the battlefield of Charlotte Street in the South Bronx, "I Am Rahab: A Novel" is a must read for 2019.
This tale is a multi-generational fictional journey mimicking the biblical account of Rahab the prostitute and is the link between the past and the present that this generation has been looking for.
Set against the urban landscape of the bustling boroughs of New York City, and reflective of the popular mid-80s and 90s culture; this coming of age tale will leave you breathless.
New York Times bestselling author of "Soul Food," Dr. LaJoyce Brookshire said, "JC Miller is a profound and prolific writer! Using the Holy Spirit and her gift with the pen, she takes us on a journey of a story ages old that still has value for our lives today." Dr. Brookshire is a Naturopath and the host of, "Ask The Good Doctor" on SiriusXM Urban View.
"A resounding tale of sacrifice then redemption, followed by tragedy, despair, and spiritual triumph, 'I Am Rahab: A Novel' is JC Miller’s brilliant breakout novel,” said Clifford Mason, Author of, "The African-American Bookshelf: 50 Must-Reads from Before the Civil War through Today."
The "I Am Rahab: A Novel" three-part book series are the first publications from Jess, Mo’ Books LLC, an independent, boutique publishing company co-founded by JC Miller and her childhood friend, M.R. Spain in 2017. The agency intends to continue producing inspirational literary works that inspire, heal, and enlighten.
JC Miller is a freshly anointed, faith-based literary artist. Raised by her mother in the Bronx, New York, she uses her childhood experiences to capture the soul of the ghetto within her storytelling. As a former student of Chicago’s, Moody Bible Institute, and a graduate of Te'Hillah School of Urban Ministry, she produces a depiction of the pop culture era in which she grew up in and creatively intertwines it with biblically based characters and their divine accounts.
She is also the co-founder of a nonprofit called Diamond Daughters Inc., an organization developed to help educate and uplift women of abuse. She has a sincere passion for baking as well, and her talent is truly inspired by the gospel; her first paperback was a motivational cookbook self-published in 2012, titled: "Finding God in the Kitchen," and featured some of her favorite cake recipes.
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