Frankfurt International Book Fair 2022 provides authors with a stage on which to promote their writing to a large audience, which includes influential figures of the literary and publishing worlds. Attendees will include prospective brand ambassadors and business owners in addition to readers and fans. It is a gathering for brilliant ideas and visionaries. The chance has now presented itself for Daisy M. Jenkins and her book “Heaven on Eartha” to broaden their audience and share their important beliefs.
“Heaven on Eartha” captures the importance of virtue and fairness.
The author shows that the greed for power and dominance will always be detested by the universe and will lead to misfortune for the sinners. The novel is an eye-opener, a must-read for those who care about justice and accountability for the wretched individuals who exploit others for their own selfish advantage.
Daisy M. Jenkins successfully concocts a delightful mix of politics, societal issues, and tensions. “Heaven on Eartha” revolves around 5 female astronauts and their ship straying from the programmed path. They started losing hope one by one only to find themselves landing on a planet very similar to earth. It had only one starking difference- Eartha is ruled by women.
The author manages to take on societal issues through an engaging science fiction novel packed with action and suspense. Now, the unassuming astronauts are given the biggest mission yet- to bring to Eartha the greatest sinners of Earth.
“Heaven on Eartha” illustrates the importance of dealing with social issues plaguing humanity before they will bring one's downfall. It takes readers from one unexpected twist to another. It hangs the readers on the edge of their seats in a constant question of what is to follow.
The book compellingly bends the border between science and fiction while adding a dash of immortality and justice.
Can the sinners be forgiven or will they answer their reckoning?
“Heaven on Eartha”
Written by Daisy M. Jenkins
Publisher: Wheatmark Date
Published: March 15, 2021
About the Author
Daisy M. Jenkins, Esq., is president of Daisy Jenkins and Associates and a retired human resources executive with more than forty years of experience in the defense and healthcare industries. She has written two previous novels, Within the Walls: A Journey Through Sexism and Racism in Corporate America and The Green Machine, which capture the devastation of the mass imprisonment of Black males. Jenkins has also published several articles in The Root, Ebony.com, and the Huffington Post, including Pro Athletes, Big Winners, and Losers When the Career Clock Goes to Zero; The Roberts Court Gave Affirmative Action Its Last Rites, It's Up to Us to Revive It; Justice Department's Anti-Smoking Efforts Exclude Black Media; Teaching Black Girls to Be Beautiful. She is a woman of faith and a staunch education advocate, and she mentors diverse professionals across the country. Jenkins and her adorable husband, Fred, have been married for fifty-six years and have two sons and ten amazing grandchildren.
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