Available on ITunes, CD Baby, Amazon, or wherever music is sold. For those who like to sing, an instrumental version is also available.
Jackie’s Terrible Temper- Jackie is a little girl who has big problems managing her anger. Often bullied by two neighborhood boys, and feeling sadness over her parents marriage problems; Jackie feels as if the only answer to her problems is fighting. But when an altercation with one of the boys goes too far, Jackie feels compelled to try to figure out another way to solve her anger problem, but she simply doesn’t know how to change her ways. Join Jackie and her friends in the first of the Jackie book series to find out how Jackie learns new ways to solve problems and cope with life’s difficulties.
Scenes from the City
-Snap! Your fingers as award winning Word Artist Lena Arnold paints vivid mind scenes of life in the city. Take a trip through a poetic adventure designed to delight. Travel with her
as she calls out to the voices of the lost and to those stumbling in the dark to wake up! As you read the smooth Lyrics of Life, you will think you are hearing music. Cry with her as she ruminates on racism, while at the same time
encouraging readers to fight injustice, face the facts of our own shortcomings, and break the chains that bind; which include addictions to sugar, cigarettes and spandex! You will laugh and cry throughout this poetic journey through love scenes, church scenes, and all scenes in between. Think of it as poetic cinema, and as with all good pictures, you will want to share it with your friends! Scenes from the City: Poetic Pictures of Urban Life.
In the Absence of My Father–
Author, poet, and motivational speaker L
ena Arnold was compelled to write this book after viewing a talk show where a male guest, convinced he was unimportant stated, “Everyday my mother told me she didn’t need a man to raise me… I turned out fine without my father and my son will be fine without me!” In this compelling poetic treatise, the author seeks to affirm to men how valuable they are to the development to their children and to the world at large. In an age where women can go to other women for strength, sex, and sustenance, it is understandable that men can become disillusioned and confused concerning their place in the earth. But contrary to what messages the world has sent, men are needed for our nourishment, they are important to our growth, and that they are valuable to our development. For without the presence of strong, competent and loving men– hearts are broken and love often dies.
For This Child We Prayed
-The assumption is that if a woman or man cannot have children; it must not only be God’s will, but true evidence of God’s wrath in action. In For This Child We Prayed: Living with the Secret Shame of Infertility, Lena Arnold dispels this horrendous misconception through personal insight, and reflection. In her struggle to have children, she invites us to journey with her. It is a tremendous journey, which takes us through the heartache of a crying, barren womb to sitting with Hannah in the scriptures as she bargains with God for a child.to the man at the pool of Bethesda who experienced the miracle of Christ’s healing.to her own personal thoughts as she writes to her future children like Celie wrote to Nettie in Alice Walker’s book “The Color Purple.” Anyone who has a promise or a dream can benefit from For This Child We Prayed, it teaches you that faith can help you wait as you believe, no matter how long it takes.
For This Dream I Prayed: Companion Journal is written by the author of For This Child We Prayed: Living with the Secret Shame of Infertility and it allows readers of the book to chart their own personal dreams in an inspirational format. Anyone who is believing in a dream can benefit from this book as the author uses inspirational quotes, biblical verse, and practical applications for helping readers set and maintain personal and spiritual goals.
Strong Black Coffee–
Poetry and prose to encourage, enlighten, and entertain Americans of African descent…The term African-American to me implies that we are a peopl
e whose original home was Africa, i.e. we are recent immigrants from her hallowed shores. The implication therefore is this: that we are secondary U.S. citizens. In reality we are descended from a people whose original home was Africa. The journey from freedom to bondage, to freedom again changed us. The rape and miscegenation mixed our blood with many of slavery’s willing participants from Asia, Europe, and the Middle East. We used to think of our blood as tainted, and indeed, there are many people who still feel that way. That feeling has divided us…and it’s too bad because…we are Americans first…and if you are an American of African descent, a descendant of the people, most of whom,were brought here by force, then you are in everyone and everyone is in you! This is your poetry. This is the voice of a motherless and fatherless child. This is the STRONG voice of a lost one now found. Now grab this strong cup of black coffee, drink it up, and let it strengthen your soul!
Free to Fly:Wisdom for the Seasons in a Woman’s Life-
The inner strength of women that causes them to stand with confidence when their wings have been broken is beautiful. Free to Fly: Wisdom for the Seasons in a Woman’s Life is a celebration of this strength. The contributors to this collection have opened their hearts to expose you to experiences that could have broken them, yet they emerged Free to Fly with a testimony. These writings will provoke discussion, inspire you to dream and encourage you to ponder your own freedom.
Speaker Anthology–The Speaker Anthology, Vol. 1 is a collection of 101 inspiring stories from the most successful motivational speakers from around the country. These speakers are the lifeblood of this country, inspiring religious groups, corporations, clubs, convention centers, stadiums and classrooms…Open any page for inspiration!