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~~Nicole Red is the author of Free To Fly: After The Love is Gone. Free To Fly is a novel inspired by actual events. It is geared to encourage and empower victims of domestic violence. Nicole, spent her childhood watching her father verbally, mentally, and physically abuse her mother. Free to Fly: After The Love is Gone tells a chilling story how the affects of the abusive relationship between her parents transcended into her very own marriage.
Being a victim of domestic violence, Nicole shares how she escaped her abuser and became determined to reclaim her dignity, reconstruct her life, and rediscover what it is to live a life of peace.
Domestic violence is real. It happens to women all over the world from all walks of life. Everyone's journey is different, but the story is the same. Nicole hopes Free To Fly will make a difference. It is her hope that this book will help encourage women to take the steps needed to stop being a victim, see their worth, break out of the cage, and gain the courage to be free to fly.
March 5th, 2015 - Call in 1-347-884-9479 and join us this week as we welcome independent wrestler Roni Nicole! Roni will share her story, talk about her dream matches, name her favorite matches of all-time, and much more! We will then discuss the looming WWE Wrestlemania XXXI card in great detail, including picking winners and losers! We will also discuss the season finale of The Walking Dead; predict the success of the upcoming Star Wars film; and review the Great Lakes Comic-Con!
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On today's show we will be interviewing K. Webster, a woman of many talents! She writes contemporary romance, erotic romance, historical romance, and paranormal romance. Join us as we discuss her book ALPHA & OMEGA, and delve into her mind for a little while.
Nicole Newman, CEO, Newman Networks
Newman Networks is known for cost-effective business solutions for small businesses generating 50K to 500K to increase their profitability.
Nicole is an inspiring motivational speaker, technology writer for the national on-line newspaper, the examiner and exceptional business networker. She was recently honored with Universal Muslim Business Association Outstanding Leadership award, The 2011 Madam CJ Walker award presented by the National Coalition of 100 Black Women (Pennsylvania Chapter) and The Business Center’s 2010 Awardee for Best Practices in Creative Marketing, in addition to The Philadelphia Tribune’s 10 under 40 to watch of Influential African Americans.
On this episode of SWAG Radio, Yara Kaleemah will be talking with Ms. Michelle Nicole.
About Michelle Nicole:
Michelle Nicole was born in Brooklyn, New York and raised in Newark, New Jersey. She began writing poetry at the age of 15. Her writing style developed into short stories as a young adult. With over 20 poetry pieces written and three books self-published, she plans to continue her independant writing career for as long as God gives her the strength.
Not only is she a writer, she is also the founder and CEO of a nonprofit organization which focuses on healing and positive engagement for youth that are affected by domestic violence. Within this organizational umbrella, services provided span from community outreach, youth workshops that cover topics such as teen dating violence, bullying and suicide prevention, and camps that focus on music and literacy development.
With all of this, Michelle Nicole has also returned to school to complete her degree in Psychology. She plans to complete the Ph. D program in the future and use her skills and knowledge to work with youth in crisis.
The Sting - Released August 2014
Can one man make one woman do things that she knows deep down inside is wrong? Manipulation is a terrible thing. It can make one really good person fall victim to one really bad act. This can be simply stated as random moments of insanity. In the end, the really good person is the one who pays for the sins of both. When you have a weak minded person and a strong minded person, someone is bound to get hurt. Stacey is no exception to the rule. She put herself in a situation that could have been avoided if she would have just followed the path God had for her.
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