Tonya M. Barber
Tonya M. Barber, also known as Lady T, currently resides in Newark, New Jersey with her three children. She has been writing poetry since the age of 12. A number of her poems have appeared in anthologies in the United Kingdom, and she also published a limited edition poetry address book and a poetry diary. Her recent works include A Journey Through The Window of My Soul, The Journey Continues, Drama in the Bricks, The Other Side Of Me,Changing The Game 1,2,3, Misty’s Blues and I Can Love You Past Your Pain.
ABOUT I CAN LOVE YOU PAST YOUR PAIN:
Jordan thought Steven was the love of her life and looked forward to a future together. That is, until the unexpected happened and things changed like the wind. A wanted pregnancy brought an end to what she thought was a forever. After much consideration, Jordan decides to take on motherhood despite the objections of the child’s father and even though her decision led to the destruction of her love life, she made a conscious decision to move on and forget about Steven. What was supposed to be one of the happiest moments of her life became the most tragic, leaving her bruised, broken, and discouraged, swearing off love forever. That is until she meets Elijah Roberts who turns her world from upside down to right side up but will Jordan trust her heart enough to let love in again or will she let her fears of being hurt sabotage her chances at true love? Find out in this riveting tale of love, betrayal, and heartbreak.
ABOUT NOT LIKE MY MAMA:
Grace was a beautiful young woman, full of life and promise when she met Bryce, the handsome man who swept her off her feet. What looked like paradise, quickly spiraled out of control. With no family and nowhere to turn, Grace endured the hand she’d been dealt as she smiled through her tears.
Rainy Day was more than just a name….it was the state of mind of a woman trapped in hell. Rainy was more than a hope, she was a cry for help and a prayer for a brighter tomorrow. Through Rainy, the promise of righting the wrongs of yesterday was ever present.
Rainy’s mantra is that she will not grow up to be like her mama, but will she be strong enough to recognize the signs and stay clear of present dangers or will she recognize true love and leave the bitter past behind in hopes of the brighter tomorrow waiting just past the rain?