Every year there are new authors coming on the book publishing scene–all with the same goals, and dreams of becoming the next best seller to have their books placed on “The New York Times Best Sellers” list. As reader enthusiast your to-read list is still growing thanks to all of the authors who produced such great books that came out within the last few years, but you still seem to crave those “new authors” with a series of titles that captivate your attention, and satisfies your taste for drama, suspense, romance, and mystery. Well, we’ve done our own title reviews during our search for the next new authors who’ve written that next New York Times Best Seller.
To our interest, readers can look forward to the release of great inspirational, real life debut novels, and new books by some of the newest authors to step on the scene who’s written the start of their best works that depict true stories of tragedy, and triumph that will help you digest the crazy world around us. Here are our favorite pics of the authors, and stories that touched our hearts that we we’re reading in 2019.
1. The Color Of My Wings: Zanette Lee Collins
“The Colors of My Wings,” is a story of a young woman’s trials and tribulations through life. Not ever seeing a possibility for hope and change she began to live her life as she saw fit. Zanetta did her best to function in what she thought to be a normal capacity, but internally she was broken and torn. Through molestation, homosexuality, anxiety, depression and even attempted suicides as a child. Zanetta founder herself spiraling out of control through life and just when she was in her darkest hour Zanetta reached out to God and even though she didn’t know it at the time God had wrapped his arms around her, picked her up off of that cold floor and placed His hand on her heart for change…and so it began….
2. Silence Her No More: Constance Burrell
As a adolescent I made plenty of mistakes; I’ve come to realize life is full of adventure and journeys so I’m constantly learning, growing and even making mistakes. Life can become very difficult (if your experiencing identity issues and aren’t seeking help ) those issues will slow the process of finding your purpose down.
4. Lou, The Grief Dog By: Teleah Scott.
Encourages pet adoption! A beautiful friendship story between a child and dog. Meet Willie and his faithful dog, Lou. Lou thinks Willie is the absolute best pal- and that it’s his job to cheer him up when Willie feels sad about his Dad dying. The colorful rhyming narrative and vibrant illustrations depict the unfolding bond of trust and affection as seen through the eyes of a loving pet.