Me, Myself and Him

Christian Books, Family & Relationships

By E. N. Joy

Publisher : End of the Rainbow Projects


E. N. Joy
BLESSEDselling author, E. N. Joy, is the writer behind the five book series, “New Day Divas,” coined the “Soap Opera In Print.”  Formerly writing secular works under the names Joylynn M. Jossel and JOY, this award winning author has been sharing her literary expertise on conferenc More...


“How was Locksie supposed to tell her boyfriend that she’d gone to church and fell in love with another man…”


Locksie had a feeling that overcame her that she couldn’t understand.  She was happy with her career as a hair stylist and even happier with her relationship with her live-in boyfriend, Dawson.  She loved Dawson and would do anything for him, but lately, something didn’t feel right at all.


She tried talking with her client and confidant, Hannah, but Hannah was facing issues of her own. Hannah’s husband had cheated on her, and the result was present in a three year old son and a crazy baby’s mother.  As much as Hannah wanted to offer good advice to her friend, she needed some advice of her own.


Although Locksie didn’t like where the conversations would often lead, she turned to her favorite aunt for advice.  Aunt Mary was saved and always encouraging Locksie to go to church and seek God for all her answers.  But Locksie was convinced that she didn’t need to go to church just to be told by some preacher man that all of her problems were a result of not living right.  After all, she was content with life as it was…except for the annoyingly weird emptiness she kept feeling.  Would Locksie ever be able to figure out what was going so wrong in a life that, for years, she had thought was so right?

All New York Times Bestselling Author,Carl Weber, CEO of Urban Books, ever knew me as was an author who wrote secular novels that included street lit and erotica. When I informed him of the change in my life-the change in my walk-which ultimately resulted in a change in what I wrote, he never questioned my sincerity or capabilities. Instead, he provided the platform I needed to do just what I wanted to do with this book, which is to minister God’s word through my gift of written word. Me, Myself and Him is my debut novel into the Christian fiction arena.