Kendra Norman-Bellamy – Fifteen Years Blog Tour

About the Book

Josiah Tucker, the son of a substance dependent and neglectful mother, spent most of his childhood years in the custody of the State, living in foster homes throughout Atlanta, Georgia. At the age of fourteen, he was taken from the foster family that he had grown to love, the Smiths, and returned to his negligent birth mother. Enduring the hardships faced while living with his birth mother JT manages to make something of his life. However, fifteen years after being taken from the Smiths and at the peak of success, he finds himself feeling empty and at his lowest. When he decides to reconnect with the Smiths, JT finds his faith in God renewed and discovers his attraction to his foster sister.

About the Author


KENDRA NORMAN-BELLAMY is a national best-selling author and the founder of KNB Publications LLC. She is the organizer of Visions in Print, an Atlanta-based national organization for faith-based writers, and The Writer’s Hut, an online fellowship for African American Writers. She is the founder of Cruisin’ For Christ, a groundbreaking at-sea ministry that celebrates writing, gospel music and other God-glorifying arts, and also serves as a motivational speaker.

A native of West Palm Beach, Florida, Kendra currently resides in Stone Mountain, George with her family. For more information, visit

View the blog tour schedule and read an excerpt at




Related Posts:

Award-winning Author Vanessa Miller Stops By

Author Spotlight on Robin Shope

An Uplifting Story about Family and Faith by Stacy Hawkins Adams



9 Responses

  1. Wow, the last line of the book cover caught me off guard! Love the conflict, and the story sounds really good.

  2. Conflict is such a key ingredient to writing a novel a reader can’t put down and Kendra’s story sounds like a real page turner. Thanks, Georgiana, for stopping by today.

  3. Where do you find all these great writers? You must hang out at bookstores!!

    LOL and a great weekend!

  4. Patti, thanks to Twitter and Facebook I can cyber stalk awesome writers like yourself until they agree to an interview. LOL 🙂

  5. Sharon,

    Thank you for hosting Kendra today. I hope you get a chance to enjoy “Fifteen Years.” Have a Blessed weekend!

    – Ty

  6. Ty, it was my pleasure hosting Kendra today. Blessings, and have a wonderful weekend.

  7. I am blown away by Kendra’s story. It will make a great movie. Thanks for finding another great author.

  8. Mary, I think you’re on to something about Kendra’s book making a great movie. I hope we see it on the big screen one day. 🙂

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: