Chicago, IL – Sept. 1, 2022 – Award-winning indie author and poet, Pam R. Johnson Davis, announced the release of her newest book, “No Unpaid Passengers.” The eagerly awaited publication is now available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle edition.
Everyone has moments in their life they’d rather not contemplate. Johnson Davis addresses that issue head on through the lens of her own life. She takes readers on a journey of self-discovery and what it means to ‘choose yourself.’ Individuals will accompany the author as she moves through her life’s memories. Johnson Davis explores themes encompassing childhood trauma, divorce, Blackness, church politics and more through her collection of heartfelt poems.
“No Unpaid Passengers” is an awakening for readers, helping them understand and lose the toxic elements in their life through the lens of Johnson Davis’s own story. She asks the question, “What does it mean to truly live the decision to choose yourself?” as she sheds the people, places and things that have been extra baggage along the way.
Johnson Davis writes unapologetically, with passion, clarity and a healing touch. She always seeks to explore, understand and uplift women on their own journey of wellness and healing.
Johnson Davis’s first book, “Seasons (I’ll Be Seeing You): A collection of poems about heartbreak, healing, and redemption” debuted in the No. 1 spot for new releases in African American Poetry and Women’s Poetry Worldwide on Amazon. It’s a position the book held on the Amazon best-sellers list for several weeks in 2020. The author and her book have won a long list of prestigious awards.
“No Unpaid Passengers” is an emotional and freeing experience that gives women permission to be themselves, find their center, and eliminate the baggage that they all carry. The book is a life affirming tribute to self-care and healing of the mind and spirit.
The book is available on Amazon, in both paperback and Kindle editions: https://a.co/d/c2Zsx5d
About Pam R. Johnson Davis
Pam R. Johnson Davis is an award-winning writer, singer, historian, educator, TED Talk speaker, and originator of the “Unapologetically Pam” blog. She’s been named one of the 29 Black Bloggers Making a Statement and been featured in a variety of online literary and art publications. Her work has received the Best Urban Poetry Book Award, the Gold Book Award, and the Readers’ Favorite Silver Medal. Her R&B track, “Soul,” was named Track of the Month at Tracks Music Awards, Best American Roots Song at One Earth Awards, and her album “Call Home” received bronze medals for Best Emerging Artist and Best Lyrics/Songwriting at the Global Music Awards. Her work has also been chosen for two film festivals.