Make way for new and exciting releases for the week!

Tate Music Group ends the week with new dynamic releases fit for every music lover. With a selection of genres, every music enthusiast will definitely find something they would definitely enjoy. Here are the releases for the week:


The Blameless Project


The Blameless Project lives to the ideals of being authentic in style and songwriting as well as bringing the message of Jesus and the Gospel for encouragement and inspiration. This band is out to share high energy rock music while sharing messages of faith to audiences of all ages. “Arise” brings out message of faith, hope and encouragement. Giving a unique and powerful mix to their music, this album is set to delight the masses.


Steve Ryan

Smooth Melodies

Throughout his career, Steve Ryan released multiple albums and books. This multi-talented singer, songwriter, actor and author knows how to connect to people through music. A perfect addition to one’s music collection, “Smooth Melodies” touches the heart and the soul. This collection leaves listeners in awe with sure fire hits that would touch the heart and soul.


Last Don aka Stallion

Suits and Roses

Last Don aka Stallion shares a great passion in music with his mother. He began writing songs of his own at the age of 16 and through time, he is bravely trying out new lyrical styles to expand his musical horizons. “Suits and Roses” describes love, romance through lyrics that portray its beauty in vivid detail. This album also brings a unique sound that appeal to audiences of many ages.


Cody Dell

Loved the Hell Right Out of Me

Cody Dell has been a fan of country music his whole life. This singer/songwriter from Texas began his professional musical journey in 2012. From the release of his debut record, he continued to soar. With passion and emotion, “Loved the Hell Right Out of Me” will surely delight audiences of all ages. This single definitely gives light to this country crooner’s one-of-a-kind vocals.


Chris Singer

Sons of Love

Throughout his career, Chris Singer enjoys sharing his original music and testimony in the Midwest. This singer/songwriter gets inspiration from for touching the heart and soul of many people. His debut album titled “Sons of Love” brings a dynamic collection of original music for all. This record is truly inspiring with a combination of graceful melodies and encouraging lyrics.


Henry Mwikhoma

Angels Cry

A pastor, worship leader and musician, Henry Mwikhoma creates melodies that speak about faith and encouragement. Throughout his journey, he released several albums that have become a vital part of his life’s mission. His new album titled “Angels Cry,” packs songs that bring out the warmth and peace that audiences will surely enjoy. This record leaves wisdom and knowledge that God is with everyone.


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EIN Presswire takes the spotlight to Tate author’s kid’s storybook

Tate author Sara Elizabeth Stone shares the wonderful story behind her thoughtful children’s book, “Colors,” in a featured article on the EIN Presswire.

“My Mom spent a lot of time in the garden and showed me as a little girl, how inside the smallest of bugs – so tiny you can hardly see it – there is a teeny heart, stomach, brain, eyes, etc.,” shares Stone. “That resulted in my life-long love of the ‘little miracles’ in God’s creation that are often overlooked. I began making a list of them; in hopes that someday I’d be able to show others perhaps in a book.”

“Colors” is Stone’s first book in a series about God’s loving hand revealed in the beauty of this world. Each book in the series captures a different aspect of God’s fingerprint on his creation, with this first book highlighting God’s use of color.

Read the full feature here.

EIN Presswire features Tate author Lanicka Bluett

Tate author Lanicka Bluett shares the inspiration behind her personal memoir, “Restorative Faith: A Testimony of God’s Promises,” in a featured article on the EIN Presswire.

“I wrote this book due to the fact that I was fighting some situations that I needed to let go and let God deal with issues that were not beyond my control I wanted God to lead me to be free and also in others who face some challenging situations in life that they feel they can’t overcome,” shares Bluett.

“Restorative Faith” is a resource to help readers get through the tough times of dealing with neglect, hurt, and feeling of worthlessness. The author has combined true experiences from her own life with the Word of God to create healing and time for reflection.

Read the full feature here.

Canyon News places the limelight on Tate author’s topnotch children’s nonfiction

Award-winning author Karen Ann Smythe shares the inspiration behind her book once again as well as her future plans for her whimsical book, “Fredrick the Butterfly,” in a featured article with the Canyon News.

“Fredrick the Butterfly” is a true and incredible experience shared by a family when they save a butterfly’’s life. This simple and heartwarming story celebrates the wonders of nature, inspiring not just children, but also adults, to embrace life and to live in harmony with all of God’’s creation.

“I had no clue how to do it. It was quite a process,” shares Smythe. “And, boom, I did it and then I won the 2015 Beverly Hills International Book Award. I am a first-time author. Now, the book comes with a sticker award seal on it. I am really happy about the book because everyone loves it, it has a great message, it has a great theme and it’s true.”


Read the full story here.

The Caller Times features nationwide release of Tate author’s children’s book

Corpus Christi’s The Caller Times proudly publicized Tate author Matthew Michael Hunt’s most recent published book in a media feature last October 5th.

Hunt’s storybook, “The Petting Zoo Estate: Plucky Ducky and the Tale of Nitty Twitty,” is a story of friendship, teamwork, bullies, forgiveness and love told through the lives of the animals living in Petting Zoo Estate.


Read the full feature here.

Del Mar Times features Tate author’s childhood-days-inspired storybook

Tate author Megan L. Nelson shares the inspiration behind her first children’s book, “Mae and Jane in the Rain,” in a featured article in the Del Mar Times.

“I always liked writing,” shares Nelson. “I wanted to write a rhyming story and this came back to my childhood, playing in the rain. Rain was always really special growing up in Carlsbad because it didn’t happen all that much.”

“Mae and Jane in the Rain” shares young readers a story about a little girl named Mae who learns that life is full of days of sunshine and days of gray. When it gets cloudy, Mae goes inside. It’s not until she meets Jane, who loves to play both on sunshine days and gray days, she then discovers that even rainy days could be special.

“It’s simple and sweet,” shares Nelson. “I just wanted to encourage kids to get outside and play.”

Read the full story here.

Tate author’s first ever fantasy novel takes the spotlight in the Austin Daily Herald

Tate author Kayla Sturm is honored to share her first novel, “Heartless,” and the coming sequel of the book she’s currently working on in a featured article in the Austin Daily Herald.

“Heartless” is a story about Leah, a girl who is set to find out a cure for her sister’s darkness whose heart was ripped and disappeared into the dawn lit-woods. Leah would go to the ends of the earth to find out – that is, if she could avoid the wrath of Queen Aaralyn long enough to get there. Along the way, she learns about herself and the secrets of her family in this tale of self-discovery and unexpected friendships.

“The idea just hit me one day,” shares Sturm. “I sat down with the idea I was playing with and started writing the first few pages. I sat on it, and then went back to looking over it.”

Sturm is thrilled of her soon-to-be-announced sequel of the book she’s working on. “I think I have  a long road ahead of me,” shares Sturm. “I’m 26 and I have plenty of years to put in the work. I just have to continue to grind.”


Read the full story here.

The EIN Presswire features lesson-filled Christian novel by Tate author Douglas Mullis

Tate author Douglas Mullis shares the inspiration behind his adventure-packed Christian fiction, “Gideon’s Warriors” in an article featured on the EIN Presswire.

“I was sitting in the co. jail for a patrol violation my ex arranged when I met a guy writing a novel. I had plenty of time so I decided to write a book myself. I finished it in about a month with a little re-write,” shares Mullis.

“Gideon’s Warriors” is a story about Tom who takes in an adventure that made him learn about God, forgiveness, salvation, redemption and the cost of fighting against the forces of evil.

Mullis lives in Jonestown, Texas and has been riding with the Christian Motorcyclists Association since 2003. He served four years in the Navy from 1972 to 1976. This is his first novel with more to come.

Read the full feature here.

The Boseman Tate authors reveal current situations of Islam in religious book on the EIN Presswire

Husband-and-wife team, Tate authors Anita and Vann Boseman, exposes intriguing study of Islam and its status quo in their book, “Radical Islam: Past, Present, and Future: What Moderate Muslims Will Not Tell You,” in a featured article on the EIN Presswire.

“Radical Islam: Past, Present, and Future” reveals the simple truth that Islam is Islam. The authors’ unique qualifications as students of history — along with the residency in Cyprus of one of the authors — provide a unique perspective not likely to be found elsewhere.

“This book was written in only a few months, but one of the authors lived in the Middle East for many years and understood what was happening with Radical Islam. It was a story we had to tell and with the addition of the detailing of the trans-Saharan slave trade, it put the lie to the idea that Islam is the ‘natural’ religion of people of color,” The Bosemans shared.

Read the full article here.

The EIN Presswire features America’s educational system with Tate author Gary Chattman

Tate author Gary Chattman shares the inspiration behind his thought-provoking book, “My Child Left Behind,” in an article featured on the EIN Presswire.

“I am a teacher and an administrator, and I am appalled at the educational conditions in the United States today. That’s the reason why I wrote this book,” shares Chattman.

“My Child Left Behind” is an exposé of the horrific conditions of the education system in America today, brought about by the uncommon core, corrupt standardized testing and the ridiculous rubrics in evaluating teachers.

Read the full feature here.

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