Black Author Spotlight: Denise Renee Ervin

About Denise Renee Ervin

Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, Denise Renee Ervin has always dreamed of being an author. A Glimpse of My Soul, a poetry chapbook, was her first offering in 2003. In 2009, she published a novel entitled, Prelude to Praise: A Word of Testimony under her own publishing company, The Write Ingredients.

Denise was educated in the Detroit Public School system, graduating with honors from Cass Technical High School. She completed her B.A. in English at Wayne State University in and her M.B.A. in Marketing at Davenport University. While pursuing a M.Ed. degree and Secondary Teacher Certification at Marygrove College, Denise landed a position as an Adjunct Instructor at a local community college and fell in love with teaching. Denise now shares her love of the written and spoken word in the classroom as well as on the page and stage.

Denise’s calling is to revolutionize the literary marketplace and she plans to do so through The Write Ingredients. Her next project, a novel tentatively titled The Learning Curve is slated for a Fall 2012 release. More information can be obtained on this imminent literary success through her website at http://www.thewriteingredients.net or by contacting her at denise.ervin@thewriteingredients.net.

Learn about Ervin’s work:

Prelude to Praise synopsis
This tale of inspirational fiction chronicles the life of Kyla Woods through both natural and spiritual transformations, emphasizing the need to always move forward. From details about her marriage and divorce to her struggle for fulfillment and happiness as she seeks her place and purpose in the world, this story exposes the life of a Christian for what it truly is: a veritable roller coaster ride with valuable lessons embedded in every twist. Scriptural references from Genesis, Exodus, and Revelations help underscore the theme of redemption without succumbing to the triteness often present in Christian fiction. This story confirms for everyone, believer or no, that “a bend in the road is not the end of the road . . . unless you fail to make the turn.” (Anonymous)

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