Megan Good is releasing a relationship guidance book which will offer her insight on maintaining a christian based relationship. The new book is entitled “The Wait” and will be written with help from her husband DeVon Franklin who is a Minister and also Senior VP of Production at Columbia Pictures, overseeing the production of hit movies like Karate Kid, Jumping The Broom, and Hancock. And this won’t be the first book released by DeVon, he has another christian based book entitled, “Produced By Faith” which has been featured on Oprah’s TV network, Own.
The newlywed couple’s book will be centered around their Christian faith and the experience of practicing abstinence until the couple married. In fact, both Megan and her husband were both celibate when they met. He once stated:
She was celibate before we got together and I was celibate. Let me just put it this way, [I’ve been celibate] over ten years.
Part of what I also do is preach and the thing that I couldn’t do, which was eating me apart…What was happening with me is that I would go and preach one thing but I was going and living another and I could not do it. I could not look at myself in the mirror. I was like, ‘No, I cannot live like this,’ so I had to stop and say, ‘You know what, until I get married, that’s off the table.
DeVon wasn’t the only one leaking the details, last year during a sit down with Wendy Williams, Megan revealed that she knew DeVon was going to be her husband the first time they met and that she was already celibate prior to meeting him.
[We dated] 10 months before we got married. It was one of those things where I knew he was my husband nine months before he even asked me on a date. So I had prayed on it and I had got confirmation and God was dealing with me on some issues that I had that I needed to work through and so when we got together, I knew and I just was waiting for it. When I told [my big sister in the business] Tasha Smith, ‘DeVon is my husband,’ She was like, ‘You know he’s celibate right. Like for real celibate’. I said, ‘I am too’ [but] It was only a couple of months. I was getting myself together.
“The Wait” is set to release early 2014.