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At the top of the hour host Cyrus Webb welcomes author Altonya Washington back to Conversations LIVE to discuss her literary success and new titles. Then at 30 min past the hour Webb welcomes Duchess Jureesa McBride to the show.
AlTonya Washington is a South Carolina native and graduate of Winston Salem State University in North Carolina. She released her first contemporary romance with BET Books in 2003. Remember Love was nominated as Best First Multicultural Romance by Romantic Times magazine. In 2004 she was named Best New Romance Author by the readers of Shades of Romance magazine. Her second novel, Guarded Love, was labeled a Top Pick by Romantic Times magazine. Her third novel, Finding Love Again, won the Romantic Times magazine Reviewer’s Choice Award for Best Multicultural Romance of 2004.
2005 marked the release of her first Historical Romance, Wild Ravens, released by Genesis Press. In 2006, her fourth novel, Love Scheme, was nominated for the annual Romance Slam Jam Emma Award as Favorite Steamy Romance. She released her sixth novel in January 2006 (A Lover’s Dream) for the Harlequin/Kimani Press label. The sequel, A Lover’s Pretense, was released in August 2006. Also in August, she released her eighth novel, In The Midst of Passion, with Dafina Books. In March 2007 she released the third title in the Ramsey series, A Lover’s Mask, which has been nominated for the Romance Slam Jam Emma Award. In November 2007, AlTonya released her tenth novel, Pride and Consequence, with Harlequin/Kimani. The title was rated a Top Pick by Romantic Times magazine.
AlTonya Washington has been a romance novelist for 10 years. Her novel His Texas Touch was selected for Romantic Times Magazine’s Reviewer’s Choice Award 2012. She lives in North Carolina and works as an Academic Reference Librarian.
AlTonya Washington is a fan favorite with readers. Her work has led to many accolades and awards. She received the Romance Award for Best Multicultural Romance in 2004. She is also nominated for a 2013 Emma Award. Her most recent Kimani-Harlequin novel is Proactive Territory. The book is guaranteed to heat up the cold nights. AlTonya also has a alter ego , T, Onyx. T. Onyx enjoys tantalizing readers with great plots and steam. Certainly, we can’t forget the Ramsey/Tesano Saga. The characters in the Ramsey/Tesano Series have a legion of fans.
Recently, she received her Masters in Library Science. Currently, she resides in North Caro- lina.
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Altonya Washington is know for her riveting Ramsey series. However, this award winning author has more plots and characters to share with readers.
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At the top of the show host Cyrus Webb welcomes author AlTonya Washington to Conversations LIVE to discuss her literary journey and new book TABOO TREE. At 25 min. past the hour, Webb will introduce new music for the week followed at 30 min. past the hour with Gail Peterson of the Catholic Girls. Peterson will introduce the single SLEEP from their new album.
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Dave Nichols and Andy Holmes of District Sports Page discuss the Washington Redskins 19-17 win over the Tennessee Titans.
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Tonight we discuss the controversy surrounding the Washington Redskins' name. The United States Patent and Trademark Office has canceled six federal trademark registrations for the name of the Washington Redskins, ruling that the name is “disparaging to Native Americans” and thus cannot be trademarked under federal law that prohibits the protection of offensive or disparaging language. Tune in and listen to the hosts weigh in on this hotly debated topic.
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