Korika L. Johnson, award-winning author and native Washingtonian, was born the youngest of five children. In her free time, she enjoys baking, reading, and family nights at home. She attended Allen County College in Iola, Kansas as a Journalism major.
Korika is a committed Christian who has been tested and tried and knows with certainty that God causes all things to work together for good to those who love Him, to those with whom deliberate purpose He has called. In 2006, Korika was forced to leave her job with the District of Columbia government because of illness. She subsequently returned to writing as an outlet of healing. Dedicated to a ministry of H.O.P.E. (Helping Other People Endure), Korika encourages readers that God has purpose behind, presence during, and preservation after every storm that may come their way.
A living example of hope in the face of three chronic illnesses, Korika is committed to producing and sharing contemporary works that bring hope, glorify God, and impact lives – Giving Glory Through Stories of Hope! She presents real characters with real issues and encourages others to trust God at all cost. To believe that He is…!
Korika is currently a member of The Lord’s House of Glory in Suitland, Maryland, and a member of the Lupus in Color Foundation. She resides in Maryland with her husband and their two daughters. Joy Comes in the Mourning is her debut novel. She is currently working on her second novel.