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Monday, March 31, 2014

Today's Spotlight: Author Marian Thomas

Today’s spotlight shines bright on Marian Thomas.

Clean Fiction novelist Marian L. Thomas is a dynamic story-teller with four engaging and dramatic novels to her credit. Her books have been seen on national television stations and featured in print magazines and newspapers. She has also been a guest on many broadcast and online radio stations. Her titles, My Father’s Colors and Strings of Color both received the USA Best Book Finalist Award. Mrs. Thomas might be the first African-American pioneer of contemporary women’s clean fiction. She refuses to lace her work with explicit sexual themes or profanity. (Taken from her website

On April 4, 2014, Mrs. Thomas releases her 5th novel, Blue Butterfly.

Available on Kindle 4/4/2014
Publisher: LB Publishing
ISBN-13: 978-0984896752
314 pages

Is The World Ready For A Black Ballerina?

Precious Blue Johnson, young, country and na├»ve, from Lutts County, Georgia, is 
traveling to the energizing city of New York to search for her birth father and perhaps
make history by becoming the first black ballerina. Her simple mocha skin and thick 
lips will put her in the center of a movement, expose secrets and unlock the past as
she steps onto the stage as the Blue Butterfly.

She will be guided by the vivacious and wise Ms. Ann and fall in love with the
alluring Ray Silvers. 

Ray brings the whole package. Enchanting eyes, a bright future as a doctor, and a
willingness to love completely. 

To Precious, he is perfect. Except Ray’s package includes his deadly past. Will 
their love survive the one person who could end it all—his drug-addicted mother?

Come back tomorrow and check out my interview with Marian.