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Product Details

  • Paperback: 310 pages
  • Publisher: Prioritybooks Publications (December 23, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0983486034
  • ISBN-13: 978-0983486039
  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x 0.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 14.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,086,624 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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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.

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Denise was in love with the man of her dreams.
B. Wallace
Long story short, GREAT book that was beautifully written with very slight grammar issues.
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It had a great mix that made A Sinner's Cry an excellent read!
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By peace seeker on May 22, 2013
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Be warned!!! This story is not what I would call a Christian novel. It talks about church, Christ and the Holy Spirt. All the while containing EXPLICIT SEXUAL CONTENT about the character comitting adultry, being rapped, and then fornicating with the pastor. I read part way into the book then skipped toward the end to see if it got better. It didn't!!! I deleted the book. Really wish I hadn't read what I did. Hope I can help someone else from making the same mistake. Whatsoever things are pure, holy, and good; these things set your mind on.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Shelia E. Bell on February 16, 2013
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Successful, got it going on, single, social worker, Denise Reese is like an untold number of women today - she's in love. However, Denise discovers two years into their relationship, that Darren is a married man. Now she must decide whether to follow her heart or her convictions. To make matters worse, Denise is estranged from her church and her Seventh Day Adventist faith. When she evaluates her life and her immoral relationship, she follows the advice of her mother and returns to her church family for solace and healing. Immediately she feels the attraction of the handsome, debonair and dashing Pastor Davis. Enter the nosy, trouble starting, loud mouth, Sister Clay and you have all the makings for an entertaining, eventful and engaging story.

Rose Jackson-Beavers delivers a story laced with spiritual nuggets and biblical truths. You are sure to finish this story with the assurance that God really does hear even A Sinner's Cry.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mzleolady on May 31, 2013
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This was a great book what I liked about it the most was even though it was a Christian story it had real life situations that even the holiest person may go though. And plus the realistic feeling that we all have about gossipers and phony people with in the church. As a newly baptized woman I could relate to a lot of what she was going thru and feeling, I would definitely recommend this book to all my Christian friends. Plus I loved the input of the bible verses as references.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Frances C. on July 19, 2013
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I am not a prude, but the graphic sexual content does not qualify it to be called a Christian story. The author used this book to justify sexual misconduct in church members. It is an example of what is wrong in the church today. It was full of excuses for behaviour that was wrong. If you want a clean romance, this is not the book for you. The situations presented in this book could have been handled in a way that was not so graphic. Shame on you, Ms Beavers.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By OOSA Online Book Club on June 3, 2012
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After dating Darren for two years, Denise finds out he is married. To say that she is devastated would be an understatement. There is only one person she wants to talk to right now and that is her mother. Mrs. Reese tells her she should go to church so she can get her spiritual life back in order; even though she sinned, God forgives.

Denise decides to take her mom's advice. While attending church, Denise notices that there are some changes that have been made at Shiloh Seventh Day Adventist Church. Pastor James Davis is new to the church. He is single and fine. Denise, though, is not interested in Pastor Davis because she feels that because she is a sinner she's not good enough to be a pastor's wife.

What does God have in store for Denise to get her through this Christian journey?

This book was a good vessel. I highly recommend "A Sinner's Cry." I especially enjoyed the history of the Seventh Day Adventist.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Shanie B on June 23, 2013
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4.5 stars. It started off a little slow and boring and had boring spots, but overall it was a great book with a great message. I thought it was a bit raunchy, but it showed that all have sinned and fall short of His glory. I look forward to reading more from this author.
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I greatly anticipated to read this book because of the cover, the title and the author. Yet I cannot put my finger on it why certain parts didn't connect or flow well for me. However, I got a great message from it overall, and the Word of God was spoken in text. I was also glad that Denise learned the difference between a convenient, counterfeit mate versus a covenant, committed mate. I believe this was the overall message Rose Beavers Jackson was hoping the reader would take from this read.

Moreover, I also took that many of us go to church for various reasons and we all know a Sister Clay, who is there for self-righteous, and only to gossip and slander people in the church while thinking she is doing justice. I also know many of us are/were sinners and seeking God's glory, real salvation and deliverance of our sins; we do not need church members to remind us of our sins. We may be Christians but not necessarily living a saved life, as we saw with Denise until she met the right man who connected her back to Jesus and the Church.

I received a complimentary copy from the author at Urban Reviews event to provide a review.

Adrienna Turner
Dream4More Reviewer, www.dream4more.org
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By Rebecca Anderson on September 18, 2013
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I have heard that things in the black church are different than I thought, but is this what is really going on??? People falling in and out of bed and not thinking a thing of it? If so, this was an eye-opening book to me with way more sex scenes than I anticipated in a Christian book. If it is not the norm, I hope someone will direct me to a more realistic book. Yikes!
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