NEW BOOK ALERT: Mississippi businesswoman Nicole Folson recalls her late mother’s life-altering legacy through a compelling book


“Children obey your parents in the Lord:  for this is right. Honour thy father and thy mother, which is the first commandment with promise. (Ephesians 6:1-3 KJV)


MAKING MOM PROUD

FINDING HER NICHE — A native of Springfield, Ohio who grew up in Huber Heights — the third largest suburb in the Dayton Metropolitan statistical area that is comprised of roughly 38,101 residents, according to the latest U. S. census — Nicole Folson is one of 15 co-authors who have collectively assembled Pendulum Of A Mother’s Love, Chase-Smith’s newly-produced written work that debuted in August 2020.

First time for everything.

In Nicole Folson’s case, she has been blessed mightily to take yet another monumental step toward her destiny, most notably in the ever-so-competitive world of authorship.
“I am a first-time author,” Folson said with much excitement during a weekend interview with Making Headline News. “I met Takia through another business and learned that she was looking for additional co-authors for this book project. I spoke with her about the details and her vision for the book and was very interested in participating.”
And the rest, as they say, was history.
It wasn’t long after Folson had crossed paths with Washington DC businesswoman Takia Chase-Smith that her quest to becoming an author was on the brink of coming to fruition.

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A native of Springfield, Ohio who grew up in Huber Heights — the third largest suburb in the Dayton Metropolitan statistical area that is comprised of roughly 38,101 residents, according to the latest U. S. census — Folson is one of 15 co-authors who have collectively assembled Pendulum Of A Mother’s Love, Chase-Smith’s newly-produced written work that debuted in August 2020.

For Folson, an accomplished businesswoman in her own right, her rise to finding her niche in the authorship arena comes amid much prayer, she acknowledged.

“After speaking to Takia, I prayed about the project and asked God to order my steps in writing my chapter, said Folson, alluding to featured piece entitled, Abiding Love. “I chose to participate in the book project because I had the honor of experiencing a positive, supportive, and loving relationship with my mom. I know what it’s like to have a great role model and friend.  I also know that everyone does not have or has experienced that type of relationship.”

THE JEREMIAH 29:11 AFFECT — Much to her delight, Folson is fully persuaded that even after six years removed from her mother’s passing, she still has more life to live.

As Folson recalls, she was initially approached June of this year about becoming a co-author for a book that has quickly become an international bestseller.

All she needed was just four days to assemble her life-enhancing chapter, something she’s confident her reading audience will come to enjoy for years to come.

“I sat down on Friday and wrote the chapter,” Folson said. “I had already prayed about it and it was easy for me to write from the heart about the person that meant everything to me.”

Interestingly, Folson’s authorship debut comes a little more than six years after her mother’s death.

Surely, she senses her beloved angel is peeping down from her heavenly post, smiling from ear-to-ear at her daughter’s latest milestone.

ROUND OF APPLAUSE — As Folson recalls, she was first approached June of this year about becoming a co-author for a book that has quickly become an international bestseller.

“This project was very personal and therapeutic for me because my mother went to her heavenly home in August of 2014,” Folson explained. “I lost the most precious and best friend that anyone could have. A strong and healthy mother-daughter relationship is a gift from God.”

Without question, Folson can greatly attest to this notion, considering her mother was alive long enough to witness her daughter’s maturation process, both in the natural and the spirit.

“I had the opportunity to have my mother into my adult years,” I gave my mom her flowers while she was here and have no regrets about our relationship. I don’t want anyone to lose their mother or daughter and have regrets about anything.”

For what it’s worth, Folson said she felt compelled to share her awe-inspiring story as a strategic way to inspire others whom, likewise, can attest to her fond memories.

“I wanted to share my mother-daughter relationship experience with others,” Folson said. “I wanted to show how I have dealt with her loss and stress the importance of starting the journey of repairing a damaged mother-daughter relationship…if possible). Whatever the reason for the mother-daughter conflict, strive to forgive, repair, and build the relationship.”

Having evolved as a fixture in her community as a resident of Water Valley, Mississippi, Folson said she doesn’t merely take lightly the favorable feedback she’s garnered since she became an author.

“I have spoken to many women who are excited and anxious to read the book,” Folson said. “I believe that God has purposed for me to share my experience with others who have lost their mother and stress how important this relationship is. It is both therapeutic for me, but I am also helping someone else cope and/or learn to cope.

“Also, I believe that meeting Takia and becoming a part of this book project was all in God’s timing. I never thought about becoming an author before this project.  However, I have met and networked so many women who have or are working on projects.”


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MOM KNOWS BEST — “I am a first-time author,” Folson said with much excitement during a weekend interview with Making Headline News. “I met Takia through another business and learned that she was looking for additional co-authors for this book project. I spoke with her about the details and her vision for the book and was very interested in participating.”

Much to her delight, Folson is fully persuaded that even after six years removed from her mother’s passing, she still has more life to live.

On purpose.

Just as her mother envisioned.

“God will lead me to my next project in His timing,” Folson said. “I must be obedient when the time comes.”

Much like she was back in July.

Yep.

First time for everything.


For more information about Mid-South  Author/Businesswoman Nicole Folson, to inquire about her book or a speaking engagement or book signing, connect with her via social media at: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nmfolson/; Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NicoleMarieFolsonAuthor; Send email to: kamkal@yahoo.com.

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