Street Disciples Book Cover


Y’all just don’t know…ever since the short story “Word on the Street” appeared in Elissa Gabrielle’s award-winning anthology The Triumph of My Soul, I have been working diligently to bring y’all the novel. The editor is almost finished and my loving wife, Allyson M. Deese sent me a draft of the cover this morning. After a long day at work on third shift, the concept of having a brand new cover got us excited. I loved the text layout but I wanted a different picture.

I got some rest and about an hour after I woke up–my wife showed me the cover you see on your left.

I feel like a kid in the candy story. Street Disciples is  getting closer and closer to print and not only do I have a great editor working on the project (along with my wife, who also edits, y’all should check out her website on the links page), I have a wonderful cover.

Right now, I don’t have pre-order information but this book, along with BROKEN BUT I’M HEALED will be released on the same day when I launch my new publishing company at the end of the summer.

Synopsis: Following the death of one of the members of the Street Disciples Ministry, the surviving members must move forward to spread the Word of Jesus Christ. Rahliem must watch over his new flock while saving souls, taking on new leadership roles and connecting with the love in his life. Shadrach has to bridge the gap between the elder barbers and the young ones joining the flock. Felton continues to strip and dance for anyone who will come his way, all the while denying the power of Jesus Christ. Join Isaiah David Paul as he recounts the latest tale glorifying the Lord where street-lit meets faith fiction in this fast-paced action-packed saga. No one will be left the same.

Published by isaiahdavidpaul

I am an Christian street lit novelist and all of my "hood" books under this name are Christ centered.

One thought on “Street Disciples Book Cover

  1. I couldn’t see the cover art, but I can’t wait to pre-order. I read Still Standing and I’m looking forward to reading more of your work. I’m looking up for my next novel, too. Seems the devil doesn’t want us changing his game plan, but we know who wins. Keep up the good works. God bless you and your wife.

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