Jan-Carol Publishing Announces Featured Books for Black History Month!

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Feb. 11, 2021 - PRLog -- Jan-Carol Publishing, Inc., (JCP) of Johnson City, Tennessee is proud to announce their featured Black History Month books, God's Grace and Mercy Are With Me Always by Cynthia M. Smith and The Voice by Reynald Altema!

Cynthia Smith was born at a Naval Base in Corpus Christi, Texas. Smith began writing poetry at 16. After moving to Taft, Texas, Smith met her husband, Harold E. Smith Jr., to whom she has been married for nearly 18 years. Currently, Smith and her husband live in Cypress, Texas. She is a worshiper of God, and attends Church on Sundays to read a spiritual poem to the congregation. In her spare time, she writes short stories intertwined with poetry.

The prose and the poetry that intertwine throughout Smith's God's Grace and Mercy Are With Me Always express in a simple way how to live for God, and to see how His grace and mercy go a long way, which is very important in the world that we live in today. One cannot go at it alone; we must have a personal relationship with our Heavenly Father.

Born in Haiti, Reynald Altema immigrated to the US at age 16 and has been living there since. He is a physician and was in a private practice for over thirty years; for the past 15 years, he has been doing volunteer work in the Caribbean, Central America, and even Africa.

In Altema's The Voice, poet Roger is controlled by a Voice. He runs away from his family and friends, and is now homeless. Disheveled, injured, and brought to the ER, Roger is discovered by Cathy, his high school sweetheart, who is now married and a nurse. Tiffany, Cathy's younger sister, has a melodious voice that helps to wrest the Voice's grip on Roger's mind. Along the way Roger keeps describing his tribulations in vivid poems.

God's Grace and Mercy Are With Me Always and The Voice can be found on Amazon, Barnes&Noble.com, and directly through JCP.

Jan-Carol Publishing, Inc. includes various imprints, each specializing in a particular genre—from Appalachian stories to children's books and more. At JCP, we believe 'every story needs a book.'

For more information, to schedule a book signing, or to submit a manuscript, contact Jan-Carol Publishing, Inc., at 423.926.9983, or visit jancarolpublishing.com. Follow JCP on Facebook and Instagram.

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