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Imani Wisdom is the founder of Pink Noire Publications, a groundbreaking company with an unpredictable brand of literary storytelling. Wisdom is also the creator of Pink Noire Blog, which hosts inspirational posts for the soul, along with social commentary. Born and raised in Indianapolis, Wisdom spends her days overseeing a family of five, writing short stories and books, cooking vegan dishes, running 5Ks and mini-marathons, and enjoying quality time with her friends and family. Wisdom is a graduate of Ivy Tech Community College, earning a degree in Paralegal Studies. As a blogger and author, she has received numerous honors. Her works include Zion's Road: A Love Story about Faith and Redemption, The Shattered Mogul, and her debut novel, The Journey of Ruthie Belle. # # # Big Bodys Rock! Advocate Michelle ?Big Body? Cuttino, author of six books, works with authors and experts who need free publicity to promote their new releases, and grow their business. Once a month, she emails writing tips, free promos, and information about upcoming literary events. Subscribe at www.MichelleCuttino.com. Let's Connect! Facebook.com/MichelleCuttino Twitter.com/MichelleCuttino Instagram.com/MichelleCuttino
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