Passion, suspense, and love are the main ingredients in God’s Sacred Feast. Set in Sipsey, Alabama, in the 1960s, the characters face life-loving as well as life-threatening conflicts. Deacon Branhope “Sugarfoot” Collins is the town’s hero and the center of drama in this captivating novel.
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Carol Gosa-Summerville is living her dream of becoming a published writer. As a public school teacher for many years, she challenged her students to explore all genres of writing to discover the power of the written word. Her goal in writing is to bring characters, locations and their conflicts together to create stories that are compelling, humorous and offer insight into the life and lives of the people living in a close-knit, small town community. Her first novel, “The Burden of Sweetberry” is a favorite in African-American fiction.