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Category: Community - Original Published on Friday, 12 April 2013 08:00 Written by Amber L. Bogins, Entertainment Editor
Detroit author Dr. D. C. Wiggins is releasing her debut novel, “Their Darkest Hour.” The novel is a revealing tale chronicling the hidden complexities of relationships. Not wanting to perpetuate the romanticized myth of marriage, “The Darkest Hour” offers a tale of a woman who is emotionally malnourished mentally stressed and physically drained.
Inspired by true events, Dr. D. C. Wiggins tells the story of Desiree and Malik. The couple’s relationship begins to disintegrate following Malik’s recovery from a surgery to remove a brain tumor. Instead of leaning on Desiree for support during the difficult time, Malik shuts her out and finds himself more and more frustrated with his wife and himself. The couple’s journey takes them through the depths of temptation and forces them to learn the importance of truth and wisdom despite their circumstances.
Dr. D.C. Wiggins, born Dr. De’Andrea Wiggins, has had a love for reading and writing since she was a young girl. She is an author, speaker and facilitator who has presented at corporations, universities and churches around metro Detroit. Dr. Wiggins has been an educator for over fifteen years. Dr. Wiggins is committed to helping people grow spiritually and excel professionally.
Currently, she is a blogger and book review for the Tyndale Blog Network, Waterbrook Multnomah and Thomas Nelson Publishers. She is an independent contributor for the Examiner.com as the Detroit Christianity and Culture examiner. She is also the interim director of Diversity and Inclusion at Wayne State University’s School of Medicine. Her diverse backgrounds and interests coupled with a long-held passion for literature and fiction gives her a unique perspective as a fiction writer.
A book signing for “Their Darkest Hour” will be held on Sunday, April 14, 2013 at 1:00 p.m. at the gymnasium at Impact Church located at 12844 Elmdale at Dickerson on Detroit’s east side.
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