HATS OFF: New York City native Genisha Morton’s massive dreams as an accomplished author are coming full circle


Therefore, my beloved brethren, be steadfast, immovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, knowing that your labor is not in vain in the Lord. (1 Corinthians 15:58 KJV)


DREAM SEASON 

A MASIVE MUST READ — Memphis author Genisha Morton’s cherished masterpiece was finally completed as The Commons: My Life In A Dream made its much-anticipated debut in October 2011.

For Genisha Morton, flashes of her rise to authorship success was first discovered when she was child.

“I started having dreams about this book as a child,” Morton, during an interview this week with Making Headline News, said, recalling the memorable developments that led to the production of her featured book. “I only thought they were nightmares that wouldn’t go away. My first attempt to publish was in 2011.”
Approximately seven years later, Morton’s cherished masterpiece was finally completed as The Commons: My Life In A Dream made its much-anticipated debut.
A book that’s comprised of 167 pages in length, Morton’s The Commons: My Life In A Dream vividly tells a story many of us are afraid to tell, according to a detailed synopsis of this Memphis-based author’s book at Amazon.com.

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“We’ve either been called liars or secrets were buried in the closet under a rug in an effort to keep up an appearance that doesn’t really exist,” an Amazon spokesperson for Morton’s featured book said. “We hold on to secrets feeling that if we hid them, then the bad memories and events in our lives will disappear. This story tells what happens when you run from the truth, how secrets will cause you to face them and confront the fears we have. Watch each individual as they go through their own personal journey dealing with secrets.”

To her credit, Morton’s The Commons: My Life In A Dream comes amid a season during which she endured the dreaded spirit of fear. Regardless, her most prized and enshrined published work has come full circle, all the while being as good as advertised in the process.

SIGNED AND SEALED — A book that’s comprised of 167 pages in length, Morton’s The Commons: My Life In A Dream vividly tells a story many of us are afraid to tell, according to a detailed synopsis of this Memphis-based author’s book at Amazon.com.

“Prior to (the release of my book), I’d always said my books would be in bookstores all over the world and maybe I should just try it,” Morton recalls. “It was fun at first, but I was still afraid.”

Nowadays, it seems Morton no longer harbors such fears, particularly as it pertains to emerging as an accomplished author.

That because this native of New York City has written 149 books to date — with Book No. 150 scheduled to be release by December 1, she told MHN.

Fortunately for Morton, she has at her disposal a solid supporting cast to help steer her in the right direction.

“In 2018, I met my coach, and she changed my world,” Morton recalls.


UNCOMMON FAVOR 

DESTINY STEPS — “I started having dreams about this book as a child,” Morton, during an interview this week with Making Headline News, said, recalling the memorable developments that led to the production of her featured book. “I only thought they were nightmares that wouldn’t go away. My first attempt to publish was in 2011.”

Interestingly, once she resumed composing The Commons: My Life In A Dream, she didn’t merely let us, needing somewhere in the neighborhood of two months to make her featured book a reality.

“I started writing it again in October 2018 and finished in December 2018,” Morton said.

Much to her delight, other books have followed and, according to Morton, other published works are forthcoming.


CONNECT WITH AUTHOR MORTON: https://www.facebook.com/authorgenishamorton

“Since then, I’ve written the second and third book to the trilogy along with other books,” Morton said, alluding to sophomore book, Imani, and her third project, The Community.

Other notable books by Morton are: She Never Saw It Coming, Her Name Is Luna, her poetry project entitled, A Book Of Gratitude, and Her Name Was Luna, among others.

As for promoting her book, Morton has announced that official book launches are scheduled for December 1 and December 5, with speaking engagements forthcoming in early 2021.


AUTHOR MORTON’S EVENTS 

DECEMBER  1: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/124793275045

DECEMBER 5: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/124448038433


For more information about Memphis Author, Genisha Morton, to inquire about her books, a speaking engagement, or book signing, connect with him via Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/authorgenishamorton; Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mysteriousblue2/; Twitter: https://twitter.com/mysteriousbluez. Send email to: genishamorton@icloud.com.

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