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Are you a writer, hoping to make it in the exciting world of Indie publishing?
Then tune into the this show, where two talented and top selling authors share their stories, strategies, and techniques for writing books that sell.
Our special guests: Paul Levinson & Joe Nobody
You don't miss our fascinating conversation with these two authors.
Donisha Derice is an up and coming author bringing her creativity to life by penning tales of fiction. Born and raised in Indianapolis, IN, Donisha had only dreamed of being two things: a lawyer and a writer. Receiving degrees in Paralegal Studies, Criminal Justice, and Public Management, she worked as criminal defense paralegal for over four years. After realizing she no longer desired to become an attorney, Donisha decided to follow her other dream. Her first novel, The Hustle, was completed while Donisha’s plate was full with motherhood, college, and her full-time job. Writing a book and receiving a publishing deal all within a year, Donisha knows she has found her true passion and calling—and it is in writing.
Jai Darlene is an army brat who traveled all over the world with her family before settling down in Fort Wayne, IN. She later moved to Indianapolis and obtained a juris doctorate from Indiana University School of Law, where she discovered an aptitude for writing, earning herself a spot on her school’s Law Review. After practicing law for five years, Jai discovered her artistic talent through using her creative skills to litigate countless jury and bench trials. This inspired her to pursue her passion by harnessing her imagination to make fictional characters come to life.
With self-publishing becoming more streamlined, more and more entrepreneurs are able to reap the rewards of writing a book about their business. Putting pen to paper – or fingers to keyboard – can instantly give you credibility, evolve your status as an expert in your field, and create awareness about you, your brand, and your business. So then, why might you write your book? That is our focus on this edition of, “The Strategist Radio LIVE."
Writing Royalty Radio
Topic: "One Good Spark...Starts the Flame..”
Phnewfula and Agya Frederickson
Miss Nkiyasi Helm (Ki ya si) is a 12 year old enthusiastic motivational speaker. She is capable of connecting with children and adults. Many of the presentations conducted by Miss Nkiyasi pertain to different forms of bullying, child literacy and obesity. At the age of nine she won the Calbery Writing Award at Cumberland Elementary School for her first book, The Best Camping Trip Ever. Since then Nkiyasi has written several more books. She is a mentor, 4.0 GPA student, Example Of Excellence, participant of Tim Horton's Leadership Camp, Student Athlete, and a role model in her community.
Amirah Johnson is a six year old first-grader who loves to talk and make people laugh. She wants to have her own talk show like Steve Harvey, support people and eventually be in a movie with Kevin Hart. She loves reading, swimming, her favorite food is spaghetti and her favorite color is green."
Author Rumont TeKay had a thirty-five year prison sentence in front of him by his eighteenth birthday. With only a bleak appeal hearings to look forward to. The gang life, fast money, fly whips, and cherry-picking women, was nothing more than just a painful memory. Like many of his peers, Rumont took to the streets at the impressionable age of 10 years old. After his initiation, he quickly climbed the ranks within a notorious street organization out of Chicago aka Chiraq. At eighteen, he’d grown to become one of its largest distributors in the cocaine trade. Twelve years later, Rumont has been released from captivity with a different vision: Spread Venom through his Mighty Pen!
Author Nicole Jackson was born and raised in Houston, Texas. She graduated in 2003 from Kashmere Senior High School. She is actively pursuing a bachelor's degree in communications. She has an undeniable passion for writing, and utilizes her skills at any given opportunity. Currently, she has released three eBook novels titled She Got It, Hold It Down: Like Sister and Brother, and The Way It Is, under the urban fiction genre. Writing poetry comes naturally to her, and she's now attempting to acquire the skill of song writing.
Author Ingrid Brown was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma and was educated in Illinois, Oklahoma and Kansas. She receive a Bachelor's degree in Social Work from Wichita State University in Wichita, Kansas and a Masters in Social Work from the University of Oklahoma. After working in a number of fields of social work including adoptions, mental health, higher education and working as a medical social, Ingrid is now retired and is free to pursue her first love; writing. Ingrid is the author of a mystery entitled Village Vengeance and has a new release, Miss Sadie's Song, a work of historical fiction.
Special Exclusive Writing Royalty Radio Show
Guest Author: Alicia "The Bawass" Howard
Author Alicia Howard is a woman of God first, then a mother, founder, CEO, & Author at Loyalty Ink Publications. Her children are the reason she writes, they are the inspiration that keeps her moving forward in life.To know her is to love her; but inorder to love her you have to get to know her. Author Alicia Howard is proud of the gift that god has blessed her with and nothing short of him will stop her from using it. She is the author of Vicious, Duffle Bag Bitches, STL Finest, and Teflon Mafia and she plans to pen many more.
Author S.Chameleon was born in Saginaw, Michigan. From there she moved to Grand Rapids, Michigan where she continued to flourish. Chameleon has always been a "Boss" as a wife and a mother of two. Writing is a talent she never took for granted as she strove to perfect her craft with every stroke of her pen. Therefore, when she realized she had a story to tell she carefully adapted her pen for the challenge. S.Chameleon has a unique style that comes to life between the pages of her novels defining the saying,life is art.
Boo Jackson was born in Kansas City, Kansas. Boo endured her fair share of hardships but still managed to graduate from Wyandotte High School with honors in 2002. She went on to college to study Psychology and Social Work, in college she was grabbed by a burning desire to share the many stories inside of her. Her first novel was penned at the tender age of 20, while working as a security guard. `Boo is able to grab her readers with engaging, unique story lines. She touches on all subjects from romance, street life, lust and even racism. Her style is fast paced while still being detail orientated, witty and extremely humorous. Boo's literary diversity led to her ranking on the Amazon's best sellers list several times and her interaction on social media gives her readers a front seat look into who this woman behind the pen really is.
The Ultimate True Crime Author
Guest Author: Cathy Scott
Author Cathy Scott is a veteran crime writer, award-winning investigative journalist, public speaker and Los Angeles Times bestselling author. Her books have been reprinted in the U.K. and in Poland. Scott's work has taken her to Somalia, Saudi Arabia and Panama, as well as all over the U.S. Author Cathy Scott has written 10 books, she is best known for penning The Killing of Tupac Shakur and The Murder of Biggie Smalls, her work has appeared in The New York Times Magazine, New York Post, San Diego Union-Tribune, George magazine, The Christian Science Monitor, Las Vegas Sun and Reuters news service. Cathy taught journalism at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas for five years until she traveled to the Gulf region with a magazine in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and stayed four months, resulting in the book Pawprints of Katrina with a foreword by actress and animal activist Ali MacGraw. She has covered the mob extensively, including murdered Mafia daughter Susan Berman and racketeer "Fat Herbie" Blitzstein. Her latest books are The Millionaire’s Wife and Murder in Beverly Hills, which was awarded a Silver Award Fore Word magazine’s 2013 Best True Crime Books of the Year. Her recent TV appearances include Investigation Discovery, CNN, VH1 and A&E. Cathy blogs about forensics and evidence for Psychology Today. A native San Diegan, she is based in Las Vegas and has a second home in the mountains of San Diego County. Her current book which she co- wrote with Freeway Rick Ross titled Freeway Rick Ross: The Untold Autobiography is available now.
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