TV and radio personality Willie Moore Jr. (“Willie Moore Jr. Show”/Reach Media) hosted the Atlanta stop of his book tour celebrating the release of his new critically acclaimed relationship book, “Happily After All.” The premiere party held at Atlanta’s, The Gathering Spot, was completely sold out and held in partnership with Atlanta’s Praise 102.5fm.
Sponsored by: Reaching America and Fueling Us Forward, the event featured comedic relief by Palmer Williams Jr. (“Love Thy Neighbor”), relationship advice from actress Kim Fields (“Living Single”) and her husband Chris Morgan, as well as Q. Parker (“112”) and his wife Sharlinda Parker.
For Valentines Day 2017, Moore spoke with the ChristianPost.com and said: “”People have so many different cracks in their foundation but yet they say they want to be in a relationship. Yet, they’re preparing to be single or divorced,” he asserted. “The Bible says you reap what you sow, not what you plan to sow.”
The event proved to be a break-through for many couples. Wille told his story of being adopted and how his mom said she didn’t want to meet him. His transparency led to another gentleman experiencing the same rejection to finally verbalize, “I love you mom.” Never take the privilege of knowing who your parents are for granted.
If you’re in a blended family, need guidance on dealing with finances as a couple, want to handle conflicts or simply want to improve your communication with each other, this book is for you.
“Happily After All.” is available for purchase now via Amazon.com and HappilyAfterAllBook.com.
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Photos: Michael Walker/UMeek Images, Jerome Dorn/IndaHouse Media