Monday, July 28, 2008

African-American Christian Author Kimberly Cash-Tate

Kimberly Cash Tate will be joining Sarah Moore today on Writers in the Sky Podcast August 1, 2008 to discuss her book Heavenly Places.

Kimberly Cash Tate is an exciting Christian author whose career began when she penned her spiritual journey in a compelling memoir entitled, More Christian than African-American: One Women's Journey to her True Spiritual Self in 1999. True to her calling as a published writer, she is back with a heart-warming fictional debut called, Heavenly Places, published by Walk Worthy Press, March 2008.

In addition to her passion for writing, she is the founder and president of Colored in Christ International, Inc., a nonprofit ministry dedicated to equipping and encouraging believers to walk with a true perspective in Christ.

Prior to writing full-time, Kimberly was a partner with Michael Best & Friedrich, one of the largest law firms in the Midwest, where she specialized in civil litigation.

She resides in Missouri with her husband and two children and is hard at work on her second novel.


Treva Langston has always felt inferior, thanks to her mother. She at least found her worth in a successful career …until it was gone. Now her life has suddenly been turned upside down. Without her high-powered job, she has returned with her family to her hometown and all the memories of heartache she’s fought to escape. Worse, she’s near her mother again, who hasn’t changed one bit. Beset with feelings of unworthiness, she’s filled with despair, until her sister coaxes her into a women’s home Bible study. Though Treva resists, and quits a couple of times, she comes to learn the importance of family, the blessing of friendship, and the powerful truth that conquers a lifetime of lies.

Heavenly Places is fiction that feeds the soul! Heavenly Places is available wherever books are sold and online

Visit her online at and blog at for more information.

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