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A Sinner's Cry January 2012 - 2012 NEXT GENERATION INDIE BOOK AWARDS FINALIST
Full Figured 5 September 2012
My thoughts on my A Sinner's Cry Reviews can be read at: www.prioritybooks.blogspot.com
Her motto is when all else fails, do it yourself. But if failure appears to be imminent, don't invite it in, cancel the invitation and schedule your own success.
A highly sought out public speaker and workshop presenter, Rose Jackson-Beavers represents new women that can and will do whatever it takes to inspire, encourage and to train up our teens as well as anyone who is willing to improve their lives through education and self-help. With more than 20 years of experience as a director and trainer, and ten years as a published writer, Ms. Beavers has presented at several major conferences, education institutions and trade programs. She is also owner of Prioritybooks Publications. Prioritybooks is a publishing company that helps authors achieves their dreams of becoming published. She has written for several publications including the Spanish Lake Work Newspaper, North County Journal and the East St. Louis Monitor. She also served as a columnist for AMAgazine. She has completed six books through her publishing company; two which she co-authored with Edward Booker, "A Hole in My Heart", and Caught in the Net of Deception. She has also written and published, "Backroom Confessions, and Sumthin' T'Say as well as co-authored Quilt Designs and Poetry Rhymes with world renown fabric artist, Edna Patterson-Petty.
Dubious experiences with local publishers motivated her to start her own company. As a result of having bad experiences and fearful of rejection, she decided to become her own publisher so that she would have the flexibility to publish what and when she wanted. As a result of taking on the task of publishing her own work she has gained valuable experience. With 6 books in print, she looks forward to writing more stories that will captivate and educate others about topics that are painful yet easy to overcome when the victim learn the skills necessary to pull up their own boot strings and tie them up and take big steps forward.
She hopes her words will inspire change, elicit courage, and show young and old people that you don't have to wait on others to accept you, when you accept yourself everything else will fall into place.
Mrs. Beavers received her Bachelor and Master degrees from Illinois State and Southern Illinois Universities. She spends her time working in church and volunteering her time to local organizations throughout her community.
Rose Jackson-Beavers is married to Cedric Beavers and they have one daughter, Adeesha.