Janice S. Ellis, M.A., M.A., Ph.D., a native daughter of Mississippi, grew up on a small cotton farm and came of age during the height of the Civil Rights Movement and the Women’s Liberation Movement. This multiple award-winning author shares her thoughts on how to keep your works relevant and her writing tips.
WISSAHICKON SOULS: A Wissahickon Creek Story (Vol. 1) by PJ Devlin – U.S. Historical Fiction, African American Fiction, African American Romance
Set in the early 19th century when trains are new and steamboats rule, here is a story of racism, slavery, and the chance two souls have to change their world.
FROM LIBERTY to MAGNOLIA: In SEARCH of the AMERICAN DREAM by Janice Ellis, Ph.D. – Memoir, Descrimination & Racism, Women
Powerful and gripping, Janice S. Ellis delivers a first-hand account of the 1960s through the eyes of a black woman - of prejudice, injustice, and violence – and ultimately, victory in her inspirational journey to attain the American Dream.