KEITH THOMAS WALKER
Ramona B said on May 18, 2020 1:02 AM
I know you did your homework on children and parents and our human condition., sin. I am inspired and Blessed by how you put this together and allowed her to be healed by her father accepting his part in his daughter, sin never just affects one person but more and more. Excellent, Creative, Exciting, Sexy (Smoking) and yet, hopeful, that there is redemption for all! Congratulations on another home run!!!!!
Ms. A said on May 18, 2020 1:00 AM
This book was about a woman who exposed pastor that committed adultery. She had unresolved issues with her father that caused her to lure men. It also addressed why women stay with husbands , blame the other woman. Her life was turned upside down after serious incident and she had to make a decision to self destruct or get freed.
Edwina said on May 18, 2020 0:56 AM
Wow! This book was incredibly intense from beginning to end, and I was on an emotional rollercoaster the entire read. The characters were so well-developed that I could envision them: Shayla Humphries and her questionable, disruptive, yet beneficial side-job; her ride-or-die BFF Lisa; her loving yet judgmental sister Carla; and her father, Rev. Bennie Humphries, whose adulterous act contributed to Shayla's estrangement from him and God, and her take-down side job. This book deals with so many relevant issues of today: the sins of the father and its impact on children, counseling among African Americans, adultery among ministers, and stalking, just to name a few. Keith Thomas Walker is one of my favorite authors, and his reissue of this book allowed me to read it for the first time. As always, he didn't disappoint. Kudos Mr. Walker! #CillasBookmaniacs
Iris said on Jan 2, 2019 9:36 PM
I'm an English professor, so it is my job to read a lot of books; books that may not interest me too much (like Shakespeare...ewww..lol). In my spare time, romance novels are my only Go To books. So when one of my favorite authors recommended this book, I hesitated, but I bought it anyway. Anddddd, as it turns out, this is one of the best books I have read this year (and I read a lot)! The story had intrigue, suspense, action, great poetry, and even a little romance. Kole was a great hero ( or anti-hero/reluctant hero). He was the kind of hero I wouldn't mind seeing in my beloved romance novels. He was pure raw and invigorating testosterone. Characterization, lyrical poetry, dialogue, raw imagery...these things made this story Great. But the superior writing style msde it amazing. I am so glad I stepped out of my comfort zone to test the 'reading waters' of Keith Thomas Walker. P.S. Kole needs a sequel.
Shannon said on Oct 1, 2016 1:13 PM
Hotline fling is soooo hot. I didn't expect that much heat and depth from that story, because it's not a full length novel. But you managed to pack a lot into those pages. Sonya and Reggie have a great relationship. I was rooting for them from page one! Bravo!
Tonya said on Dec 22, 2015 11:22 PM
I love to read books from hometown authors. I've only read The Realest Christmas but looking forward to the rest of your work and what's to come.
Steve Manning said on Jun 18, 2015 7:44 AM
Hello, I'd like to extend an invitation for you to be one of our speakers at the DFW Writers Conference, or DFWCon, July 25-26 at the Wyly Theatre in downtown Dallas. We'd ask you to present a class on writing either romantic suspense or urban fiction, whichever topic you prefer. In return for speaking you'd be able to attend the entire conference Saturday and Sunday free of charge. Lunch is provided both days and there is a reception Saturday evening. We'd love to have you with us for the whole weekend, but if that's not possible we'd work with your schedule as best we can on the timing of your class. DFWCon is in its eighth year. We are expecting 300 to 350 attendees. More information can be found at www.dfwcon.org. I hope you can join us and look forward to hearing from you! Steve Manning [email protected] 682-230-4723
Denise Gary Fizer said on May 30, 2015 9:00 AM
Awesome author love his books.
Kevy Rousseau said on Apr 9, 2015 9:18 AM
Hello Mr. Walker, When is your next book coming out? I've been waiting.
Kevy Rousseau said on Mar 14, 2015 5:01 AM
Dear Mr. Walker, I love your books and I am so glad I discovered them they have depth, and such love and meaning. I just adore them but allow me to ask if you don't mind you seem to be a Christian, and as such we should love and not judge but we still do because we are human beings with that said I was wondering what made you write "Could be Bi?" I was just curious of course people with all kinds of lifestyles enjoy your work because you are an excellent writer, and honestly I've been eyeing that book for a while of course I wasn't curious enough to purchase it I was busy with your other novels but I just had to ask. I hope I did not offend you because as I said everyone loves your books and I am sure you have all kinds of readers. Keep writing!!!