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Book Review: by Dr.Afshan Hashmi
Dilip Kumar - The Substance and the Shadow : An Autobiography by
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Live Today Author Larry Earl Toombs will Discuss How he survived drug rehabalitation att Nunan Drug Center in 1998 in Greenville M.S. Toombs will also talks in depth details about the sojurn of how he survived being homeless in the cold weathers in Saint Louis Missouri.. He will discuss fun times at West Tallhatchie High School in Webbs M.S. and also Northwest Sentatobia M.S. Toombs will discuss many more topics about his life story. The Life Story Of Author Larry Earl Toombs, He will also describe what motivated him to write his own autobigraphy at only age 44. His autobiography and other works are availble on amazon.com at www.amazon.com/author/larrytoombs paperback and kindle digital downloads to smart phones
Kendra Y. Adams was born in Duncan, Oklahoma, but raised in Houston, Texas. She is a wife, mother, administrator, and founder, alongside her husband, of Heaven on Earth Marriage Ministry, a community-based ministry that encourages, enlightens and empowers marriages.She is a minister and teacher of the gospel, certified Christian counselor and mentor. With more than twenty years in ministry, Kendra loves to serve and has held various leadership positions in the area of women’s ministry, youth, music and marriage ministry. She is also a contributor to two published books.Kendra is an encourage r and a firm believer in marriage maintenance and mentoring. She and her husband are passionate about empowering couples with tools to be successful in their marriage. In addition, Kendra has a heart for teen moms. Because of her life experience, she stands as an encouragement to let them know that God loves them and has a plan and purpose for their lives.
Writing your autobiography can be a fascinating adventure, particularly if your life has been interesting or you're a public figure. But how much should you reveal about the people who are a part of your life? Should you give real names? Should you tell intimate personal details about love relationships? If your story has already been a media scandal, should you capitalize on the attention? Journalist, author and former elected official T.D. El Amin discusses his new autobiographical novel and his upcoming memoir
Need a little inspiration? Join Writestream founder Dariaanne on Tuesday, January 13 when she welcomes author Franco Antonetti to the program to discuss his memoir I Wouldn't Die:
This unusual autobiography begins with me looking back on my early life and wondering how it is possible that I lived to see my first birthday.This is my life lived to the fullest,and for some reason I simply wouldn't die.From the first sentence to the last you will wonder just as I,how and why miracle occur.My story and life experiences is about miracles.
I was born during war torn Rome,and believe me,my near death experiences were not from me attempting daring events, just unusual circumstances that for some reason,I was allowed to live through them. As reviews have stated repeatedly,"A must read for many."
During the live show, host and guest welcome your calls at (347) 945-7246. Tune on on Tuesday, January 13 at 1 p.m. Eastern for Writestream Tuesday with author Franco Antonetti!
Ricky Donnell Ross, better known as “Freeway" Rick Ross, is one of those rare figures whose experience as a drug kingpin has lead him to a life of rebuilding the community in which he once helped destroy. According to the Oakland Tribune" In the course of his rise, prosecutors estimate that Ross exported several tons of cocaine nationally, and made more than $600 million in the process. Counting inflation its 1.6 billion dollars comparing 1986 to 2010.
Report of DEA investigation But Ross is the first to admit that being in the right place at the right time had almost nothing to do with his amazing success. Other L.A. dealers, he noted, were selling crack long before he started. What he had, and they didn't, was Danilo Blandon, a friend with a seemingly inexhaustible supply of high-grade cocaine and an expert's knowledge of how to MARKET it.
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Join me as I interview author of I'm Still Here, Mary Magee. Listen as she tells of her heartbreaking upbringing, tumultous relationships, and various other trials and tribulations she's had to overcome.
About the Book:
This story is about a simple country girl, Mary Magee, who experiences more than her share of abuse, tragedy and disaster. But with the help of God, she is able to persevere, overcome obstacles, and boldly declare...I'm Still Here!
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Removing The Bandages with host, SylindaD welcomes special guest Precious Anderson. A powerful young lady from Cleveland, Ohio that has survived being raped, kidnapped and abuse. She has used her adversities in life to speak on platforms into the lives of others that have faced the same or similar situations about how she overcame. She ministers at different prisons,to the youth and homeless men and women in the Ohio area. She is a Christian Poet/Rapper and writer. She is currently working on her autobiography as well as short stories and plays.
1. In the News 2. Book TV's Presentation of "American Sniper: The Autobiography of the Most Lethal Sniper in U.S. Military History" Chris Kyle discusses his career as a Navt Seal. 3. Book Talk 4. Listener Calls
Chris Kyle's Story Highlights: While serving in Iraq from 2003 to 2009, U.S. Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle accumulated more officially confirmed kills than any other sniper in U.S. military history. In his best-selling autobiography, "American Sniper," Mr. Kyle wrote about his early career as a professional rodeo rider, the challenges he had to overcome to become a SEAL, and his experiences in Iraq. Chris Kyle died on February 2, 2013, at the age of 38.
Chris Kyle received two Silver Stars, five Bronze Stars with Valor, and two Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals with Valor for his service in Iraq. He was honorably discharged from the Navy in 2009. After leaving the Navy, Mr. Kyle co-founded Craft International, a security services company based in Dallas. Chris Kyle was killed on February 2, 2013.
Today we will focus on three books on their way to the Harlem Book Fair. These three Memoirs, Biography and Autobiography will brighten the day for readers and will enlighten them on how to aim for success and arrive there. Ali Al-Rahman PhD, Rev. Lillie Mae Ragland, and Ms. Danielle Nosworthy. All worthy of awards and recognition. Tune in and hear their stories TODAY!
Join us each and every Sunday on Luv 4 the Locked Down Radio as we dedicate each and every show to our sisters and brothers on #LOCKED DOWN
This Sunday January 18, 2015 @ 6pm pst & 9pm est our special guest will be LUV 4 the LOCKED DOWN's own
Author Godfather. He will be talking to us about his long journey through the prison system as well as all of the books he has under his belt and what we can expect from him in 2015.
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Allegra Kent, legendary ballerina and muse of George Balanchine and Joseph Cornell, started studying ballet at 11, with Bronislava Nijinska and Carmelita Maracci, in Los Angeles. At 14, she came to New York as a scholarship student at The School of American Ballet. The following year, George Balanchine invited her to join the New York City Ballet, where she danced for the next 30 years.
Allegra is the author of several critically acclaimed books, including her autobiography, Once a Dancer. . .and her first book for children, Ballerina Swan, which has recently leapt from the page onto the stage, courtesy of Making Books Sing. In 2009, she was a recipient of a Dance Magazine Award. She writes frequently for Dance and has written for The New York Times Magazine, The Washington Post, Vogue, and Allure. Most recently, she has contributed an essay to The Pew Center for Arts and Heritage. She lives in New York City.
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