Marjorie Delores’ Latest Novel, ‘The Coming of Grace,’ is Slated to Release on September 1st

(August 23rd, 2021) – “The Coming of Grace Part I” by author Marjorie Delores will be out on September 1st and available on This book is about an immigrant woman called Rebekah Masters and her moving experiences to her new home, America.

Marjorie Delores is an exceptional storyteller who has authored books like ‘The Winter Years of Life’ and ‘Through the Corridors of Time II. In her latest, she paints vivid imagery of Rebekah Masters’ journey to America and how she adapts to the American way of life. The narrative is filled with suspense, drama, humor, and moments of inspiration that are bound to capture the reader’s interest till the last page. This is a story of a woman fighting with grit and determination and emerging as the winner. The Coming of Grace is a tribute to women who have struggled in life and may have become silent, and the book also celebrates the women who reached their desired goal in life.

“There are moments in life that changes everything, and The Coming of Grace is a story that captures this truth,” said the author about her latest release.

The Coming of Grace narrates human resilience and touches upon the special bond that everyone has with God. That connection with God is integral to Rebekah’s story and how it guides her in difficult situations.  Her faith in God and her confidence helped her come out as a winner and fulfill her purpose in life.

“The Coming of Grace Part 1” will be releasing on September 1st and available on This book promises to be a treat for the readers and must not be missed.


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In the coming weeks, “The Coming of Grace” part one of a two parts series will be highlighted through excerpts within this medium. I’ve worked on this series for several years, to pay it forward to the countless of lives that intersect mine and are responsible for who I’ve become today. The message behind my body of work pushes me into a place to look beyond myself to many of who I admire and love. Their resilience and tenacity, all trademarks of which I’ve gathered strength and encouragement, paves the way to becoming their voice.

My objective is to use this story and others to capture the multi-layers of the human conditions, which crosses race, background, belief system, and socioeconomic conditions. To highlighted lives, some fractured, some lost, while others are imprisoned where they are their own wardens. They are captives, immobilized through fears from their yesterdays.  There are no set rules or answers to offset or remedy social or psychological disorders imposed or inflicted; however, through open and honest engagement, the first–step initiated will become pebbles in the ocean of our human conditions to meaningful change.

Excerpt from chapter one, page 6 of “The Coming of Grace 1.”

Without any warning, she felt someone grab her from behind, and before she could let out a scream, she was pinned to the floor by what felt like an elephant. A hand went over her mouth, muffling her cries. The force that impacted her filled her lungs, to where she felt as if it is about to explode. He had almost knocked her unconscious, and mercilessly he ripped away from her innocence, leaving her in a pool of blood. She lay on the floor like a discarded ragdoll; whimpering in pain, she rolled over to see the monster cleaning himself off. Glaring down at her, he angrily instructed her, “Clean up this mess, and if you ever say anything to anyone, I will come back for you and Winifred…!”

From the Author’s desk.

Marjorie Delores

My objective is not to simply use stories as a catalyst towards a larger conversation but rather, be honest and thoughtful within my exchange towards a difference. Hopefully, a girl or boy somewhere will benefit like I had as a thirteen-year-old when I read the book. “I’m a beautiful Stranger,” which not only breathes renewal but also thrusts me unto this path, empowering me to believe in myself even when others didn’t. The Coming of Grace is my paying it forward to those like that thirteen years old who rouse above. It would be a double blessing if these books were to fall into the hands of adolescents who are perplexed or feeling lost. The coming of Grace is a two-part series.

The Coming of Grace


Marjorie Delores

It’s within His grace was where she finds love

Coming soon to Amazon

Part One of a Two parts series, available on Amazon August 15th, 2021

 “The Coming of Grace” chronicles an immigrant woman’s life experiences before and after transitioning to her new homeland, America. The protagonist, Rebekah Masters odyssey, is layered with suspense, drama, humor, with moments of inspiration. Rebekah’s story pays homage to women, some of whom have become silent or, tragically, they are no longer here.  Rebekah captures the essence of their struggles while celebrating those who arrived at their desired station in life. Rebekah’s life goes beyond giving a bird’ eye view of such a life. It encapsulates and reverberates the dynamics of the human condition in the nucleus of its resiliency to thrive when it all seemed impossible. Rebekah’s story, of which some are factual events, showcases the goodness of God, a centerpiece throughout Rebekah’s life, and how pivotal it is never to lose faith even when situations seem insurmountable. With her confidence and unwavering stance, knowing God would see her through, she came out on top into the fullness of her purpose.

Ocean of Tears

Like the waves of the sea,

You seek to erode my emotions,

Bringing in tides of fear and despair,

To cause distortions

Like water without salt

You take the savor of my peace,

Replacing it with seaweeds of deadness,

Sadness and grief!

Don’t you know the ocean claps her hands?

At my praise to God on high,

While its shores hold my tears and kiss it

So softly to the skies

Like photosynthesis, it evaporates

Into golden vessels carried by angels above,

Placed on the altar of incense

Surrounded by his love.

So let the waves roar, and make the tides ride,

For my tears have a language

That only heaven can transcribe.

                                           Reflections for the poem “Ocean of tears.”

Fear is the enemy that everybody has to deal with daily. It always lurks over our shoulders, waiting for an opportunity to come into our hearts, to distort our perceptions.  By finding a path through our belief systems, it executes its destructive devices on our hearts, soul, and minds, frequently leaving us vulnerable to life’s many pitfalls.  Our faith will never stand without the opposition of fear. So continues in  “Purpose Within Every Promise,” a poetry anthology that reaches you wherever you are in life, bookend by words of wisdom, which is food for the soul. Now on sale on Amazon

This is one of my favorite poems by Sophia, I couldn’t help but reposed it. I hope you will like it as I do!


I am not wise or smart enough to offer solutions to the complexities of life.

Neither have I lived long enough to understand the intricacies of life’s numerous wonders,

Ever unfolding through the corridors of time and space.

One day it’s me, the next it’s you, like a game of chess within the circle of life,

Giving way to the beauties array, from a baby’s cry to the sweet fragrance of daffodils,

One evoking the senses, while the other soothes it

Although separate, yet together each giving rise to its whole,

It’s for us to touch, taste, feel, and see the gifts of it all.

Which lies within you and lies within me, captured at our first given breath, we casually call life;

Even though it may be hard at times, it’s ours to have paid with a price by His omnipotence called “God.”


 Marjorie Delores

How Can I Retrace My Steps

How can I retrace my steps to better


When love enfolds my days and permeates my


How can I retrace my steps to better


When the sound of your name quickens my

pulse and expands my heart.

How can I retrace my steps to better


When my heart beats like a drum at our

anticipated bliss,

Affirmed by the tenderness of your lips.

How can I retrace my steps to better


When the big things didn’t matter much,

It was those little things that captured my


How can I retrace my steps to better


Or should I?

Knowing those yesterdays fortified my today!

How can I retrace my steps to better


Now that you’re gone, how can I retrace my steps to better yesterdays?


Marjorie Delores

Love Assured

He loves beyond comprehension,

It is a blessed assurance,

His Love takes away the fear,

Knowing he is always near,

The Love of God fortifies; it exemplifies,

This Love of God;

It’s supernatural, forever abundant,

It’s absolute, this fulfilling Love of God,

It qualifies, it justifies, and it satisfies,

This Love of God,

It defies judgment and shirks classification,

It cannot be contained or simplified,

This Love of God,

It is inexplicable, and it sanctifies, and it qualifies,

And his Love is where we live,

This Love of God.


Astoria Nickerson

Food for Thought

At times during interactions with others, at best, can be challenging. The pervasive ignorance mingled with intolerance breeds the worst of experiences.  However, life’s unpredictability, an equalizer, and non-selectiveness placed all in the crosshairs of circumstances to which no one is immune is a reality check. Even if someone is insulated through privileged with many resources, life holds the key to our existence. No one is invincible or has exclusive access to life’s unknown. This is something to think about. No matter how different we are by nature’s selection, the basic desires we strive for are the same, being heard, acknowledged, and love. And only time and chance have the answer to this, which we will never know. So, while we anticipate a response, let us acknowledge the importance of who we are to each other by accepting each other. Marjorie Delores


A smile can be inviting, mystique, and tender, yet it never really gives us a real picture of the full condition of the heart. How many times have we had to put on a smile when our hearts are breaking on the inside? We sometimes wear a mask to hide our pain, while laughter holds our spirit together. Some of us are expressive and open about our feelings, problems, and family issues, while others based on culture and perception handle pain and process it inwardly and secretly. Isn’t it amazing the most powerful tool we have, which is our mouth, holds such a mask for us to camouflage our disappointments and pain caused by the daily complexities of our lives?

This excerpt was taken from “Promise within Every Purpose” by Sophia Mahalia Lyttle. You can read the full quotation in her book, which is available on Amazon in paperback, Kindle, and eBook.

The Mystery of a Smile

A smile is a mystery of hidden stories

Of laughter, pain, and old glories

Its silence whispers unspoken words,

Of dark places never heard.

Its painted patterns hide the scars

Of stolen dreams and broken hearts

It casts a shadow of hidden doubt

Of moments caught in twilight sprout

A mystic gloat that ebbs and flows

Upon a wave of silent notes

A hush, a whisper, a tender gesture

Of life’s mixture, a blend of splendor.

“A smile is a secret kiss of the heart….”