Lighthouse Spotlight

Books By LaTica McGhee

LaTica McGhee was born and raised in Omaha Nebraska. She started writing fiction at the young age of 15. Her risqué writing style centers around relationships, sex, drugs and other real life experiences. LaTica self published three books, This Is It, Now or Never & Just Like You. Her first book This Is It is a tantalizing page-turner followed by its sequel Now or Never. Her latest novel, Just Like You, touches on social issues from very unique perspective and is the start of a series. Her stories create immersive experiences to those who read them.

Ray “The Wealth Builder” Williams

Ray “The Wealth Builder” Williams is a financial educator, mentor, and speaker, and is a favorite for underserve consumers who have a desire to build wealth. Ray specializes in helping underserved consumers escape financial illiteracy, by using simple and easy proven stratgies that provides a road map for finanial success. Ray Williams inspires people to use financial education as a stepping stone to building personal wealth.

A deep, penetrating story by Abraham Lopez

Abraham Lopez born March 11, 1984, in Hoboken, NJ, and raised in both Bronx, NY, and Puerto Rico, Abraham Lopez is an American US Army Veteran enlisted in the US Army from 2005–2016. He was deployed overseas between 2008–2009 during Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) and Operation Endurance Freedom (OEF). He received three army commendation medals and three achievement medals, among others. "An Hero" is his debut novel. He is currently working on his second novel. He is married to Mileny Crews for 15 years and they have three children: Abraham Jr., 12, and Aleny and Alany, both 7.

Cynthia L. Matlock and "Dancing In The White Sand"

Cynthia L. Matlock grew up on a farm in Texas. Her debut novel is inspired by her Great-Grandmother, From Africa. To TEXAS. "HOME" She enjoys researching untold and often forgotten stories on African Dance, Customs, and Yoruba Language that Black Americans may have missed. She's a History Preservationist who encourages Survival skills in others. She has published several magazine articles.   "Dancing In The White Sand" is her second novel.

A Poetic Journey to Self-Love w/ Erin R. Joshua M. Ed

Erin R. Joshua is a librarian with Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in education. She is a self proclaimed “blerd” (black nerd). She was born and raised in Pine Bluff, Arkansas and now resides in Dallas, Texas. "Things I Only Say in My Head" is her first book. She enjoys spending time with her family, writing and performing spoken word poetry, reading, volunteering at her church, curating educational resources for children and advocating for underserved students. She plans to continue writing, working with children, and becoming sexual health and wellness educator.

Meet Marsha Kerr Talley

Marsha Talley has been a public education teacher for over a decade and has taught high school for the last six years with a Master's degree in Special Education. She teaches children with varying degrees of abilities and those who need specialized instruction, including autism, dyslexia, and intellectual disabilities. Currently completing her principal certification and maintaining her teaching certificates, her passion is to allow students to learn through a variety of ways that will enable them to tap into their potential.