Audra Russell speaks with Christian fiction author D.A. Bourne.
D.A. Bourne is the author of The Phat Five series and DON'T PUSH ME. His goal as a writer is to bring integrity and faith through urban fiction.
D.A's latest release, DON'T PUSH ME, was inspired by the social justice movement of 2020. It was a Sunday following the George Floyd tragedy that he was listening to a sermon series at his home church called "Silent No More". It had such a spiritual impact on D.A. that he stopped writing Book 4 of The Phat Five series and immediately began to write a story about a group of autoworkers that deal with racial conflict.
D.A currently lives in the Greater Toronto Area with his wife, four children, and a cast of characters that stay awake in his mind 24/7!
D.A. and I talk about his thought-provoking new novel, Don't Push Me, and have a heartfelt discussion about race relations.
This episode is sure to make you think, so sit back, grab your favorite beverage, and lend me your ear.
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