Sinning In My Bed
Paperback: 320 pages
Pat G'Orge-Walker delivers a wickedly funny, uplifting novel of
love and betrayal. . .good karma and bad karma. . .sin and
redemption. . .
Hardcover: 288 pages
In her latest, most soulful and
side-splitting send-up of church life yet, Pat G'Orge-Walker's
hilarious cast of parishioners battle their worst vices, the
funny and serious sides of aging, and each other... Mother Sasha
Pray Onn and Mother Bea Blister live on the edge--of
Christianity, that is, and they're about to knock Sister Betty
off her sanctified perch. As the senior citizen matrons of the
Ain't Nobody Saved but Us-All Others Goin' to Hell church, their
devotion to the Lord must compete with their secret passions for
gambling and grudges against each other. But their long-held
animosity is about to be complicated when the new pastor, the
Reverend Leotis Tom, wants to reorganize the Mothers Board in
time for the upcoming Las Vegas Conference and asks a reluctant
Sister Betty to run for President.
Eternal Ann Everlastin's Is Dead
Paperback: 320 pages
In this hilarious and heartwarming new novel, Pat G'Orge-Walker
of Gospel Today Television returns with the parishioners from
the Ain't Nobody Else Right But Us'All Others Goin' to Hell
church, while introducing another congregation of crazy
characters from the No Hope Now'Mercy Neva house of worship.
When Sister Betty sets out on a charitable mission to deliver
three million dollars to a religious conference, can chaos'and
laughter'be far behind'?
Paperback: 288 pages
In this sidesplitting send-up of church life, a hilarious cast of God-fearing, husband-hungry parishioners embark on a mission that's sure to give new meaning to the term man hunter...
The members of the Oh-Lawd-Why-Am-I-Still-Single church group have gathered to complain about the slim pickings in their little town of Pelzer, South Carolina. They're determined to revamp their man-chasing tactics. And newcomer Birdie Tweet, the only Caucasian member of the group, may offer just the opportunity they're looking for...
At forty-two and nearly six feet tall,
Birdie's love life has been as unpromising as the other women's
until a recent phone call from a man she met two years before.
Honey-colored and debonair, Lyon Lipps is an irresistible
Afro-Latino hunk. Unbeknownst to Birdie, he's also a con artist
who has seduced women of all ages, races, shapes, and sizes. Now
he's found Jesus and wants to reconnect with good Sister Tweet.
Betty! God's Calling you Again!
Mass Market Paperback: 240 pages
As the Bible thumpin', don't-you-dare-sass-me Sister Betty,
Pat G'Orge Walker performs at churches, universities, writers'
conferences, and on Chicago's WYCA radio. Now, she brings Sister
Betty and her adventures to a wider audience with this uplifting
collection of tales and spiritual teachings, straight from
Pelzer, South Carolina and the Ain't Nobody Else Right But
Us--All Others Goin' to Hell Church.
Betty! God's Calling You: A Gospel Comedy Experience
Publisher: Word For Word Publishing Company
Within minutes of entering Heaven, Angel-in-Training, Joe Bill received his first assignment. He thought it was going to be a piece of cake. That was until he found out he had to give some of the members of the famous Ain't Nobody Right But Us-All Others Goin' To Hell Church a spiritual make-over. He had heard about that renowned church, founded by the Reverend Knott Enuff Money, when he was on earth and vowed never to step foot through its doors. He found out, never say never.
Sister Ima Hellraiser: "I don't know why folks wanna believe everything they hear about me. Now they saying I've been calling Sister Aggi Tates house, hanging up trying to get next to her husband. It's a lie! A BIG LIE! As a matter of fact---THE ENTIRE TIME I'VE BEEN SEEING HER HUSBAND----I'VE NEVER CALLED HER HOUSE. I wish people wouldn't believe everything they hear about ME! (oh, she gets worse :-)
For The People: Contemporary African-American Stories
Paperback: 512 pages
If you can walk, you can dance. If you can talk, you can
sing." "Don't start none, won't be none." "If you don't stand
for something you'll fall for anything." Whether it was in the
church on a hard-shined wooden pew, or around the kitchen table
after, listening to the wisdom of mothers and fathers, aunts and
uncles, grandparents, friends, and leaders, the messages of the
proverbs resonate in the souls of most African-Americans'a sweet
refrain heard through striving, reaching, loving, and living. In
this powerful collection of stories based on African,
African-American, and Biblical proverbs, some of today's most
exciting new African-American writers tackle the unifying
themes, delicious wit and undeniable wisdom of the proverbs,
making them sing for a whole new generation.
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