Book Release- Jasmine Davis

Book Release- Jasmine Davis

Date and Time

Oct 27, 2019 5:00 pm

Location

Brookland

625 Monroe St NE, Washington, District of Columbia, 20017

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Description:

Jasmine became a wife and a mother at the very young age of 19 years old. She was a military wife so she moved from one duty station to another, frequently. Due to her circumstances, she was alone often and her inexperience caused more hell than she thought. Through her many lessons, she experienced growing pains that forced her to gain clarity in order to keep her sanity. This book is a reflection of the obstacles and life lessons that she has learned. She prays her testimony not only hugs you but, helps you to understand that you are not alone sunshine is soon to come.

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