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Author Donna Dandie gets in the flow and shares her new book, "Building on Life's Broken Pieces". In this interview she'll talk about her continual healing and deliverance, and talks about those things that the church is unable to talk about from rape, masturbation, loneliness, and more. Join us for this broadcast on IN THE FLOW LIVE (Full interview will viewable on IN THE FLOW LIVE TV soon! Log on for listings www.lifeintheoverflowmag.com)
Tune in on Friday, October 23rd at 12:00 PM CT for the interview with Minister Shanica Bell:
On this broadcast of In the Flow LIVE Radio, Host Shanica Bell chats with J. Santana of J. Santana Ministries about his motivation behind the music, how Sickle Cell Anemia changed his life, ministry, music, and his mission to change the world in the Spirit of Excellence.
IN THE FLOW LIVE RADIO returns with host Lady Shanica LaShay (Minister Shanica LaShay Bell) sharing the current June 2015 issue of Life in the Overflow Magazine with Ron McAllister.
Join us as we talk about the Legacy issue, as well as hear music from our Ministry in the Music Artist Spotlight, EXZavier and music from more gospel artists in the flow!
MINISTRY. MEDIA. MUSIC.
So of course we'll have our news and comment in the first hour.
Which Will include this Tess Munster or Tess Holiday person because she buys into this idea that black males in general all have such low self esteem that we just settle for any fat white woman that we might have a chance with.
Then we'll break away into the second hour and discuss, yet another rapist that weasled into our social justice circles and into the groups that are considered safe spaces.
As I type up these notes, I know we have Tim Hansma, Lauralia Bailey, Amy Rebecca Boyer, Natalie Durcain, Lashay Kilpatrick and now Elizabeth Costello, who also goes by Elizabeth Binary.
This person is an admitted rapist with a creepy cult of followers.
On this episode of SWAG Radio, Yara Kaleemah and Deidre Lashay will be interviewing A'Zayler and Dimitria Davenport.
Patrice Watts is a Graduate student furthering her knowledge of Criminal Justice at Troy University. She is expected to graduate in 2016 with her Master’s degree. She’s a graduate of Columbus State University, where she obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Sociology. She has plans of becoming a social worker for juvenile offenders, and adopted children upon completion of her second degree. When asked about what compelled her to writing she answered, her love for reading. She says reading provides her with a plethora of ideas, and imaginable escapes from reality. Growing up, reading was her favorite past time and still is today.
Dimitria Davenport was born in Jersey City NJ. She attended Bethune Cookman College but left shorty after and begain a career in Business Mgt.She enjoyed her job but knew she was destine to become writer.She'd been writing poetry since 7th grade.From poetry to Writing short stories.At the age of 17 she begin dating drug dealers who'd quickly introduce her to another form of living.From there she had a serious addiction to greed which inspired her very first novel "Token" Although the character is completely the opposite the one Dimitria a lot of the events hold truth.With more great stories to come Dimitria is definitely the new Author to watch.Dimitria now resides in Florida with her lovely Husband and best friend of many years Jesse and her sons whose also known as her boyz :Justin ,Carlton,(CJ) Elijah.
Briana Cole is an Atlanta native and proud mother of two. Having graduated from Georgia Southern University in 2009, she immediately began working for the federal government. Briana enjoys acting and public speaking but writing is her first passion. She has coined the term 'spiceual' to describe her style of writing; a mix of spicy and sensual romance that stimulates the reader mentally, physically, and emotionally. Tired of reading the same type of books in the urban industry, Briana prides herself on bringing unique plots and a distinct voice to the bookshelves. Her debut novel, Heart Breaker, is only the beginning in, what Briana considers, ‘a new experience’ in African-American literature.
Her motto and ultimate drive towards success is a famous quote from Mae West: "You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough."My name is Margaret Flack and my pen name or other persona is Mz. Demeanor. I am a 32 year old Louisville, Kentucky native (Derby city stand up). In October of 2014 author and CEO of Write House Publishing, Cole Hart signed me. In November 2014 I came out with my first book series called Bout Last Night. As of March 26 My second series A Hood Love in Atlanta was published. When I am not writing I am working on my masters in criminal justice which I will complete in October. I have no children right now just a husband and a very spoiled dog named Gnarls Barkley. I am not sure what the future holds because I allow God to order my steps. I appreciate the blueprint that I have been given and I intend to keep building from it.
Kenni York is the author of over 11 titles to date. Kenni's love for the literary arts drives her every move. She has ghost written several novels, teaches creative writing classes for youth and adults in Atlanta, serves as the creative and executive producer for the online series Literary Ladies of the ATL, while still finding the time to pen her own titles. Kenni's works have a creative flare that is a combination of mind blowing dialogue, vivid details, and compelling story lines. Her goal is to make a difference with all of her projects and not just a dollar.
In southern Dallas, Texas, Sunny Giovanni, or "Gio" as she likes to be called, was born on the fifth day of June in 1989. Born to a mother who was a teacher and a graduate from Texas A&M University, you couldn't so much as watch a Disney movie if you hadn't read the book before hand. Gio has had a very strong history with literature, diversifying from poetry (winning placements in oratorical contests), to thriller short stories as a way to vent her frustrations.
My name is Sherene Holly Cain. I was born prematurely 3 months early in a car to Gwendolyn Baker and Sammie Holly. I was raised in Compton, CA. I'm 40+ and married to a wonderful man by the name of Darrell Cain. I have 3 beautiful children. My oldest son Demetri is 23 and I have a set of twins, I'munique and Shameek, age 15.
I love reading, singing, cooking, and of course writing. I have a full time government job but hope to one day pursue my writing on a full time basis. Writing has been my passion for as long as I can remember. I wrote a stage play at age 9 and several poems, songs and short stories thereafter.
On this episode of SWAG Radio Deidre Lashay and Yara Kaleemah will interview romance author, Xyla Turner.
Xyla Turner was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. She has always been a writer, even as a teenager, she wrote short stories and essays that won awards and nation-wide competitions. Xyla is an avid reader of romance novels and a sucker for sassy females and dominant males. She is a lifelong learner, Vice-Principal at a Brooklyn High School and a pretty good Auntie. Outside of reading, Xyla likes to spend time with her family and friends, experiment with dangerous adventures and travel. She writes different genres, but her favorite is contemporary romance.
Xyla has her Bachelor’s degree in Education and Masters in Education Administration. She is also a web designer and a Life Coach. She will forever be an educator, innovator and entrepreneur.
Ready to break into the writing scene with her debut novel The Chase, Xyla will merge her interest in social nuances and incorporate them into romantic story lines.
Latoya Chandler is a New York-based writer. She enjoys her 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, which includes 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 was released and published January 1st through her long-desired personal publishing company, Passion Publications.
Writer’s Bio Karen N. Cummings
Karen has had a love for words since she has been able to speak. Her passion began with her competitive classroom spelling Bees. Her love for speaking continued into High school when she placed third in a state public speaking competition for VOCA. Her dad proudly displays the plaque on his wall to this very day. She never saw her passion developing into what she can only describe today as an amazing blessing. Karen has worked in the medical field for 25 plus years and continues to do what she does best, be a support system for others and provide comfort. She has combined her love and passion to create books of entertainment while touching on real life situations. Karen's first title, "Grey Family Preys" was published in June 2013, via Amazon Kindle as well as paperback, and touches on Child Molestation. She later signed with World Haven Agenda for a short period before gracefully departing with the Publishing group.
Karen is now the entrepreneur of Pensive Publishing, a small publishing company that she began in June 2014, and delivered "She Me We", as the first title, a short story written by Neal. This story touches
Tonight on SWAG Radio, Deidra Lashay and Yara Kaleemah will be chatting live with Shantay and a host of authors from Boss Chic Publications.
Boss ChicEmpire is ran by Shanty, author of the Boss Chic Series.
Shantay is the CEO of Boss Chic Empire Publications. At only 19-years-old writing comes easy to her. She first hit the literary scene in July of 2014 where she was signed to Sullivan Productions, LLC. Her first debut novel was entitled "A Boss Chic: A Love Story" by the end of the weekend her book skyrocketed to number one on the Urban Best Selling Charts on Amazon. She stuck to her guns and made her first novel be the motivation she needed to continue.
Shantay had dabbled in writing before but it didn't seem to work out for her. She was more into reading Urban Fiction. When she was convinced and persuaded by her best friend to try and write again for a hobby she was shocked that her story was flowing naturally. When she found her pace and her flow she took further steps of being a published author.
Bring you to today she is currently working one of her many books and running the company. She started Boss Chic Empire to target young girls that have a bright literary future to take under her wings. She is currently molding and shaping her authors to bring out the best that they can be.