Thursday, May 19, 2016

#WNLBOOKTOURS Author Spotlight T. K. Ware, Trial Of Injustice, #Christian #Fiction #Mystery

Today I'd like to welcome T.K Ware to my blog. 

We chopping it up about his latest release

Trial Of Injustice

Tshombye Kentrell Ware, raised in Albany, Ga. A young man endowed with creativity, moved to the city of Macon Georgia, to continue his education. Upon graduation the creativity began to emerge. Kentrell would often times would drift away and find himself writing from the imagination that lingered within. This led to the creation of a Christian CD entitled "L.O.C" The Love of Christ. Upon completion of high school, Kentrell traveled to the great state of Alabama by way of an athletic scholarship to Lurleen B Wallace College. Kentrell, being a man of vivid imaginations, would discover his creativity while obtaining studies at the local college. 

Kentrell was drawn to particular classes that promoted his creativity. These included Psychology, English, and History courses just to name a few. As the years progressed, so did his creativity. Oftentimes Kentrell would share his faith with other collegiate students through a gift called the spoken word. As the door to inspiration continued to open, Kentrell became drawn toward writing; which led to his inspired creations.

T.K. Ware has a passion for writings that offer a subliminal message that minister to the body, soul and spirit. A firm supporter to those who seek to employ the world through inspired writings. Many of his titles are unpublished. He has chosen to release certain titles throughout the days, months and years, as the seasons change.

Banker, Alabama
will never be the same again....

On a Thursday morning in Banker, Alabama the body of a twenty-one year-old woman was discovered murdered. After the police and forensics inspected, with the help of eyewitnesses and fingerprints, the man responsible for the heinous was identified as Pastor Thaddeus Ganvis.

After finishing another victorious case, Charles returned to his office. As the day continued, he found himself logging into Facebook, and nearly dropped his phone when he discovered that his former pastor was arrested for first-degree murder.

Without a second thought, he flew to Banker, Alabama to prove the innocence of a godly man. Along the way he discovers the opposition that threatens.

What do you hope this book accomplishes?

I hope my book opens the eyes of the readers to see how faith operates. Moreover, to show the true power of forgiveness.

Who (or what) is your greatest encourager when you write and why?

My greatest encouragement is the simply fact that I'm able to implement a gospel message within my stories. Instead of pounding someone on the head with biblical principles, I found it easier to display those principles in a way that's easy to understand.

Upcoming events?

We have a couple of book tours coming in the July. Once the locations are set, all the information will be posted on my website.

Any tips for upcoming authors?

Don't give up on your dream. Continue to work on the craft. Anyone can write a book, but only a few will take the time to learn the craft. In doing so, you'll stand out from the millions of authors and those who are yet to come out.

How can readers connect with you?

Twitter & Instagram @GospelWriter8, Facebook: TK Ware , and through my personal website.

What genre is your book? Christian fiction/mystery

Is there a biblical scripture that would sum up your novel? Why?

Yes. Proverbs 3:5-6 'Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding.6 In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths.'

The lawyer defending Pastor Gavis lives by this particular scripture. There are severa moments where he turns to the guidance of the Lord to clear his mind of doubt.

Can you explain your writing process? 

Yes. Writing comes to me in seasons. There are moments when my dreams are invaded with insightful ideas. I can't count how many times I've been awaken by an idea, which later turned into a book. When the idea is upon me, I follow it's leading until I have developed the idea into a story.

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