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About the author:
Tanika L. Smith is a longtime resident of Maryland. She is now an assistant professor of communication at Prince George's Community College, but has worked in the field of education - including secondary education and private industry instruction - for nearly 15 years.
Tanika earned her bachelor's and master's degrees in Mass Communication from Towson University located in Baltimore County, Md. She has a passion for personal development, improving relationships, and using communication as a tool. Eventually, she will earn a Ph.D. and her research efforts will center on intrapersonal and interpersonal communication.
In her spare time, Tanika enjoys watching legal dramas with her mom and helping other writers. She spends most of her free time penning works of different genres. Writing has been a love of hers for quite some time.
The author of a variety of screenplays, poems, and articles, Tanika had her first novel, Bound to Love, Book One in the Virtuous Love Series, published in 2012. Cause and (E)Affect: A Screenplay Text was her first solo print publication. Both books were published by Pages of Life.
Rising Flesh, Single Christian is Tanika's first non-fiction text to be published. She expects to release Volume I of her Knowing Self First: 1001+ Questions to Consider Before Ever Considering Marriage or Any Other Committed Relationship - An Exercise in Defining and Finding Self for Those Pursuing Healthy Romantic Relationships series in 2014.
Rising Flesh, Single Christian
The Four Rs of a Single Christian's (Non)Sex Life
Tanika L. Smith
Just what is a single Christian to do when flesh begins to rise? Do they just sit and burn with desire? Or, is there something far more practical they can do?
Rising Flesh, Single Christian: The Four Rs of a Single Christian's (Non) Sex Life examines this hot button issue and provides readers with contemporary and Biblically sound advice.
- Publication Date:
- 1490481532 / 9781490481531
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 5.5" x 8.5"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Religion / Sexuality & Gender Studies