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Latoya Chandler, a New York-based writer, enjoys a career as an executive assistant to the CEO of a non-profit organization. When not busy writing or burying her nose in books of the urban romance/fiction persuasion, Latoya enjoys spending time with her family, consisting of her five loving children and her very patient better half.
In October of 2013, Latoya's life changed drastically when she realized she wasn't crazy and the people talking--or the voices in her head--were actually the voices of her potential characters desperately wanting to be heard. She began writing and before she knew it, she had penned her first novel, Torn: I Don't Need You, But I Want You. Latoya's pride and joy is scheduled to be released and published this winter from her long-desired personal publishing company, Passion Publications.
Connect with Latoya and get to know the woman behind the pen by clicking on her Facebook author page at
Dr. Bridget Cantrell, expert on Post-Traumatic Stress and Tracy Della Vecchia, Founder and Executive Director of MarineParents.com discuss the critical issues of Post-Traumatic Stress during the holiday.
Join me Wednesday, October 15, 2014 @ 8pm EST as I talk with author LaToya Hankins about living the words that we write…
LaToya Hankins is the author of SBF Seeking, and K-Rho: The Sweet Taste of Sisterhood. She is a native of North Carolina and currently resides in Raleigh, NC. She is an East Carolina University graduate who earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism with a minor in political science. During her college career, she became a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Lambda Mu chapter. She currently serves as the publicity chair of the Chapel Hill, N.C. graduate chapter. Hankins currently works for the State of North Carolina in a division of the state’s Health and Human Services department. Prior to her current employment, she worked seven and half years in the field of journalism.
She is a co-founder and currently serves as the chair of Shades of Pride, a LGBT organization that hosts a yearly event in the Triangle area. SOP’s mission is to create opportunities to acknowledge and celebrate the diversity of North Carolina’s LGBTQ communities. Hankins considers writer and fellow Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. member Zora Neale Hurston as her role model for her ability to capture the essence of the African American Southern experience and living the motto, “I don’t weep at the world, I’m am too busy sharpening my oyster knife.”
Email- firstname.lastname@example.org Website- www.latoyahankins.com
Facebook- www.facebook.com/latoyahankins Twitter- @hankinslatoya
Join us THIS MORNING on the DC REAL TALK LIVE RADIO SHOW from 8:00am to 10am (EST). Our topic is "WHEN A WOMAN IS SILENT". You don't want to miss this. Listen by phone at (646) 721-9565 or by internet, details will be on my wall later on. My co-hosts will be Storm Harris, LaToya M. Newton, and Veronica Making Lifestylechanges!!!!!
On Sunday October 19th, we will speak with LaToya Parker, competitior on 'Nail'd It'. LaToya, a Hairstyllist and Nail Artist will join us to talk about her experience on the new Oxygen show focused on Nail Art. We invite you to join us for more inspiration at 9pm EST/6pm PST. To join the conversation with your comments or questions, please give us a call at 914.803.4399.
Dr. Bridget Cantrell, expert on Post-Traumatic Stress, and Candice Fields, the Outreach Programs Coordinator at MarineParents.com, discuss self care for warriors with PTS.
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TOPIC: "CAN I KEEP MY TEENAGE DAUGHTER FROM HAVING SEX?”
DC REAL TALK LIVE RADIO SHOW – SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 17TH FROM 8:00AM TO 10:00AM. (EST) – It’s rough for teenagers these days because the image of sex is all around them. They see it on TV, they read about it in books and magazines, they see it in movies and on the internet. Their bodies are going through hormonal changes and some of us as parents can’t imagine and don’t want to imagine our children engaging in sex. Is there any way that you can keep your teenage daughter from having sex? And what about our boys is there a double standard here? Are we equally concerned about them engaging in sex as well? Join me, Storm Harris, and LaToya M. Newton as we attempt to discuss this subject. You can listen to my show anywhere in the world by phone at (646) 721-9565 or by internet.
Latoya C. Smith, formerly an editor at Grand Central Publishing, is the current Executive Editor of Romance at Samhain. Latoya will be overseeing the publication of the erotic romance line.
In addition, Samhain will launch two new lines under Smith’s direction including an African American line of romances showcasing voices of color as well as a romance line with love stories told by and for the LGBT community.
Latoya Smith worked for Kensington Publishing and was most recently Associate Editor at Grand Central Publishing. She has acquired a variety of titles from hardcover fiction and non-fiction, to digital romance and erotica titles and has worked with NYT bestselling authors Carl Weber, Mary B. Morrison and Mimi Jean Pamfiloff to name a few. She was also the acquiring editor of Cecilia Tan’s award-winning Slow Seduction series. Smith was awarded the 2012 RWA Golden Apple for Editor of the Year and has been featured in Publishers Weekly, USA Today and C-Span2.
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Happy New Year to ALL! As we enter into a new year, for many of us, it is a time of hope for better days and an attitude of "good writtens" to the old. We reflect on what is behind us and take assessments of the fragmentsleft behind. Was there a purpose for our pain? Can anything good come out of the heartache, adversity and misfortune of previous years? Will we ever see the "best days" promised us before the season of adveristy came to try us?
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