Angelia Vernon Menchan

Angelia Vernon Menchan is an author, publisher and public speaker who owns two publishing companies, MAMM Productions and Honorable Menchan Media. Mrs. Menchan is also a Budget Officer and former Job Corps Counselor. To date she has published twenty-three books of her own work, both fiction and non-fiction and more than eighty ebook novellas on You can access her bibliography on search words: Angelia Vernon Menchan

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Phone numbers: 904 714 2272 904 303 2679

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Early Review for MIXED MARRIAGES and Other Relationships

Title: Mixed Marriage by Angelia Menchan Amazon: 5 Heading: Compromise Schae and Jay are back in Mixed Marriage by Angelia Menchan. Here you have a couple where they both worship a different denomination; Jay is a Muslim and Schae a Christian. This obstacle was never an issue for them as they fell in love and entered into wedded bliss. However, now that they are married Jay wants Schae to attend the mosque with him and his sons they are raising together. Schae being strong in her beliefs, she did not have any desire to go to the mosque. However, when a person from the past resurfaces, she is a bit uneasy about not wanting to join her man at the mosque. Does she really have anything to worry about? Regina James has returned to Center City. She had been gone for quite a while; nevertheless anyone who had any interaction with her remembers her well. She was an addict, but now she is clean and looking to make a life for herself. The life she is trying to get into might not be conducive for some of the people in Center City. What exactly is she up to? Who will be affected with her being back? Delia is getting her groove back with Thane. When they entered into their relationship it was simply to have fun. As time passed, they realized there was more to what they had than either of them expected. When Delia tried to get her personal situation in order, an unforeseen event happens causing her to think about her part in the matter. Will she and Thane be able to weather the storm? Or will this tragedy cause them to realize their relationship had run its course? I like the stories that Ms. Menchan writes. She creates characters that I cannot get enough of. I should not like Regina because she is the antagonist, but I did. She had me laughing and shaking my head. You will have to read Mixed Marriages to understand why. I recommend all of Angelia Menchan’s books including this one to mature readers looking for drama without the foul language and excessive bedroom action. I also believe that readers looking for deep, speak your mind type characters will enjoy these stories. .

Friday, August 10, 2012

MIXED MARRIAGES and Other Relationships coming September 10, 2012. “Schaelonda are you saying you won’t even consider attending the Mosque with me?” Jay looked at his wife of two months, as she prepared breakfast for their sons. The boys were a product of a relationship Jay had with Schae’s sister, but she had died and Jay had done a stint in prison and the boys had been awarded to Schae’s mother, and finally Schae. He and Schae had been enemies for a while but had been brought together by the boys, later falling in love and getting married. But the fact that Jay was a committed Muslim and Schae a Christian was becoming a bone of contention for them. He wanted her to attend services with him and the boys, but she refused to. Turning her golden eyes to him, she simply stared at him with a slight smile on her lips. “Well Schae?” “Thanks for remembering my name. No Jay, I am not going to the Mosque. I love you and you knew when we got married I was a Christian, we decided I would attend my church and take the boys every other Sunday and that you could take them to the mosque with you. I have zero interest in your religion.” He stared at the women he absolutely loved. She was so beautiful and serene looking but stubborn should have been her middle name. “That is very close minded, don’t you think?” “Not at all, Jay I believe in Jesus Christ as my personal savior and as such I'm not interested in going to mosque, a Buddhist temple, the Jehovah’s Witness or the Church of Latter Day Saints. I have no issue with you going to mosque. I will miss you once I’m in heaven but here on earth I think we are good.” “You think that’s cute, don’t you, but I really need you to honor me on this Schae.” “I know you do, and I have an issue with that because we discussed this. Jay I don’t believe in Allah and all that.” “Not even for the boys?” “Jay don’t use the boys like that. They are happy to go with each of us.” “Fine, but I'm not done with this, at all?” He leaned over to kiss her before walking from the room. She knew he was serious but she also knew she wasn’t going to change her mind. She had an appointment to talk to her pastor about this mixed marriage of hers.