Jean “Notewell” Williams’ new book “A Little More Cream and Sugar: featuring: Naliyah Nana's little Angel” speaks to the camaraderie of coffee drinkers, faith walkers and creative dreamers.
West Palm Beach, Fla. (PRWEB) January 06, 2014
Jean “Notewell” Williams’ new book, “A Little More Cream and Sugar: featuring: Naliyah Nana's little Angel” (published by AuthorHouse), speaks to the camaraderie of coffee drinkers, faith walkers and creative dreamers.
Williams was inspired to write by her granddaughter, Naliyah, who began a regimented medical treatment as a toddler with “prayer, courage and a vivacious disposition.”
Any reader who enjoys a smooth, full-bodied cup of coffee, luxuriates in inspiration or enjoys a good chuckle will enjoy meeting Naliyah, a stunning 9-year-old, multi-talented little girl who exudes sunshine and is overcoming a childhood syndrome. The book includes Jaffa/cappuccino facts and trivia, life lessons and captivating photography.
“We used a bitter – yet touching – cup of life and added a little more cream and sugar through the life of an endearing child,” Williams explains.
About the Author
Jean “Notewell” Williams is the author of several books, a world traveled missionary, artist and designer. She and her husband, Haywood, have been married for over 30 years. She has five children and 14 grandchildren.
Williams is also the author of “A Little Cream and Sugar: A Little Coffee Book for your Coffee Table,” among others.
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